Aztec Soccer welcomes Molly Poletto to the senior girls’ coaching staff. Molly grew up in Colorado, where as a high school goalkeeper, Poletto was named Most Outstanding Player three straight years (2008, `09, `10) at Cherry Creek. She helped lead CCHS to the 2011 Regional Championship, while also participating in the U.S. Women's National Team Youth program, including U17 Youth National Team camps in 2009.
Molly comes to us through our Technical Director, Mo Keita. This August, Molly was named to the United States Soccer 30 Under 30 Class, which speaks volumes of the type of person Molly is.
“Molly will fit right into the strong community of coaches we have here at Aztec," said Mike Kersker, President. “We are beyond excited to have Molly here on board with us.”
Molly holds a USSF "B" license and serves as an instructor for the USSF "E" licenses. After graduating cum laude from the University of Utah in 2015 with a degree in communications and a minor in psychology, she completed her Master's degree in sports psychology in the spring of 2017.
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We are delighted to announce that Aztec Soccer has joined in a strategic partnership with South Shore Select and a collaboration with FC Boston Bolts for the benefit of all of our players. This partnership will work cooperatively to improve club best practices, improve player development, provide additional opportunities and improved platforms for player showcasing, as well as tournament and league support. We are very excited about the short term opportunities this will bring our players and the long term potential of this collaboration for the club.
The partnership between Aztec and New England Rush solidifies Aztec’s presence in Northern Massachusetts and the entire Boston area. As of today, there will be two Aztec regions: Aztec Central and Aztec Boston both representing the core values held in high regard: leadership, unity, accountability and transparency. The synergy between the clubs speaks to the value that both organizations place on the stewardship of their staff, players and families. “Our values are similar and our missions are aligned,” says Aztec President, Mike Kersker. Executives from both organizations offer reassurances to their respective families that teams and staff will not change. Instead the expansion should be seen as benefiting everyone with the implementation of sustainable best practices, improved programming and enhanced credibility within our college recruitment process.
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