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Bellingham United FC Names New Head Coach 

March 28, 2018 

Jason Conway has been named the new head coach of Bellingham United FC. The soccer club made the announceement via their website Wednesday.

 

Conway is quoted on the bellinghamunited.com website, “I look forward to working with the players and staff of the United as well as continuing and enhancing my community involvement as I’ve done since 1997.”

Conway replaces Lance Calloway who announced in February he was stepping down. Calloway had led the Hammers since their inception back in 2011. 

Conway, a native of Dublin, Ireland, has a long coaching resume. He was involved at the high school level an assistant coach at Gonzaga Prep in the mid-to-late 90's and was the Technical Director at Bellingham High School in the mid-2000's. Conway spent 21-years involved locally with the WFC Ranger program coaching teams from U12-U19 and was named the WFC Rangers Boys Technical Director in 2013.

Bellingham United FC will open up the 2018 Evergreen Premier League Washington season May 5th on the road versus the Oly Town Artesians. The club is holding open tryouts on April 5th (8pm -= 10pm) and 8th (11am - 1pm) at the Phillips 66 Northwest Soccer Parks. 

- Doug Lange

 

 

  

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