To develop youth athletes through well-organized sports programs.
I grew up on a dairy farm in Buckingham which my grandfather had started and my father currently owns, and is now a crop farm raising corn, soybeans and hay. This is where I learned the core values of hard work and dedication which helped shape the person I am today.
As a kid I played both soccer and football through high school and into college. I never really had the advantages that kids have today. Working on the farm always came first which interfered with my development as a player. If I had the classes and training that players have today I feel I would of been much more of a complete player than just an athletic player. I always had the heart and determination but was never pushed, as work came first. I wanted to do something different when I became a father and wanted to be more involved in my son's life and help give him everything possible to achieve his goals.
I have been involved in youth sports for the past 12 years. I’ve coached baseball, basketball, soccer, futsal and summer select teams in various sports. I’ve been a coach at CBAA, Buckingham United, Tri-Township, United German Hungarians, Hulmeville and Phoenix First German Club. I felt like I was always looking for a home for my son as well as myself. We were never completely satisfied with many of the organizations in our area. There are always positives and negatives to every club. Now my son is getting ready for the next chapter in his life as he nears the end of his high school days. I still want to be involved with youth sports and was looking for a place that demonstrated the core values and dedication to the development of its players. I never found it, so I wanted to take part in creating a club that did those things, as well as give back to the local community. This is how Penn Athletics Club was formed.
Penn Athletics Club of Bucks County is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Corporation.