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Shore Boca adds coaches
March 22, 2001

Local Notebook: Shore Boca adds coaches

Published in the Ocean County Observer 3/22/01

Staff report
Walt Pericciuoli, director of coaching for the Jersey Shore Boca soccer team, has announced the club has added four individuals to the youth coaching staff.

Adam Curtis, Eddie Decker, Kirk Pericciuoli and Shawn Graul have been added.

Curtis owns a USSF B coaching license, the second-highest soccer coaching license in the nation. He is the assistant women’s coach at Georgian Court College. He is a Pennington Prep High School graduate. He played at the University of Rhode Island and professionally in New Zealand with Canterbury FC. He also has competed at the pro level for the New Jersey Stallions.

Curtis will focus on overall player development and team tactical awareness, concentrating at the under-16 level.

Decker, a Stafford resident, graduated from Toms River High School East and East Stroudsburg University. He has played professionally for the Boca Raton Phantoms, Philadelphia Freedom, Central Jersey Riptide and the New Jersey Stallions.

Decker will focus on overall player fitness throughout the club. He also will work closely with the Boca under-18s in various technical and tactical areas.

Kirk Pericciuoli is the son of Boca director of coaching Walt Pericciuoli.

Kirk Pericciuoli is a former Central Regional and Arch Bishop Ryan High School of Philadelphia player. He has played for the University of Wisconsin, the Stallions and the South Jersey Barons. His responsibilities will include overall player development at the under-14 level for the club.

Graul is an assistant coach at Toms River South.

He has played for Toms River East, Kean University and the Stallions. He will be responsible for the training, fitness and technical development of the Boca goalkeepers.

Jersey Shore is conducting tryouts and evaluations for under-14 to under-18 players who hope to play on one of the Boca Super Y League teams this season.

For more information, call (732) 269-0838.