CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – University of West Florida men’s soccer head coach Bill Elliott led Chattanooga FC to a 3-0 win over the Indiana Fire in the National Premier Soccer League National Semifinal on Saturday, August 1. Elliott and CFC will now host the New York Cosmos B in the NPSL National Championship game on Saturday, August 8 at 7:30 p.m. ET at Finley Stadium. This is the third time in Elliott’s four seasons as head coach that he has led Chattanooga FC to the NPSL National Championship game. Elliot led CFC to national championship appearances in his first season in 2012 and in 2014. “I think this win speaks volumes to the commitment of our organization,” Elliott said. “Not only are we in a position to be back in the national championship game for a third time, but we are able to host the game at Finley Stadium. We broke the NPSL attendance record at last weekend’s semifinal match and the league and our organization are looking to break that attendance record again on Saturday.” Chattanooga FC fans set a NPSL attendance record of 9,236 on Saturday night in the semifinal match. Elliott recently led Chattanooga FC to the team’s second straight National Premier Soccer League Regional Championship with a 3-2 victory over Myrtle Beach on July 25. Chattanooga FC has had immense success with Elliott at the helm over the past four seasons. The team has won four consecutive NPSL Southeast Conference Championships, back-to-back NPSL South Region Championships and now three NPSL National Championship appearances. Elliott was also named the NPSL National Coach of the Year in 2014. The five-time Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year will enter his 21st season as the head coach for the West Florida men’s soccer program this fall. A trio of former West Florida men’s soccer student-athletes are on the Chattanooga FC roster, including CFC team captain James Moore, Matt Aldred and Stephan Hohn. Chattanooga FC will face the New York Cosmos B in the NPSL National Championship game on Saturday, August 8 at 7:30 p.m. ET at Finley Stadium.For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS#Print Friendly Version
Surujbali Persaud and Rawattie Shiwdin emerged as the top senior and junior shooter when the Smallbore Section of the Guyana National Rifle Association held a .22 Precision Pistol Shoot on Saturday last at the Tactical services Unit Range of the Guyana Police Force, Eve Leary. Competition was had at the 5m, 7m and 10m ranges respectively and turned out to be intense especially for the second and third positions.According to a press release, Persaud tallied 145 points to win the senior class ahead of Michael Tang (135/1) and Chad Melville on 135 points.There was a shoot off among Tang, Melville and Joshua Ramlakan, for the second and third positions since all three senior shooters ended on 135 points. There was also a similar shoot off for third place among the juniors between Jason Cox and Clayton Charles who were tied on 90 points each, the former eventually prevailed as he also had one V-bull.The winner, Shiwdin, had 110 points while Vyvian Crandon was second with 95 points.The shooters will be in action again on April 28 using 9mm Pistols only.