Cincinnati United Premier is happy to announce the promotion of current CUP U15 Development Academy (DA) coach Michael Litvack to the position of Academy Manager. Boys CUP Technical Director Scott Bower expressed his excitement, saying, “I am thrilled for Michael and this new opportunity. Based upon his personal development plan, it was clear that this was a step in reaching his professional goals. This move will allow me more time with CUP and growing the CUP programming in conjunction with new leaders Manoj (Director) and Phil (Zone 1), and above all, it allows our staff to serve our players more effectively.”
Originally from Chicago, Michael Litvack came to Cincinnati United SC to lead the CU Lakota/Monroe silo while coaching various CUP teams. He has his USSF ‘B’ and National Youth licenses, as well as his personal training certification. Michael played at Ohio Wesleyan University and the Chicago Storm of the Major Indoor Soccer League.
Litvack stated, “I am excited for the opportunity and humbled the club has trusted me with a already great program. I will work tirelessly to give the kids the best training environment and club culture we can. Thank you to Scott Rodgers, Dan Kunkemoeller, and Scott Bower for supporting me. I look forward to continuing to build our great club.”
Cincinnati United Soccer Club is the fastest growing and most competitive club in the tri-state area of Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana. The club currently fields over 215 teams of over 2,700 players. For more information on the club go to www.cincyunited.com.