The Puma Futbol Club (FC) Salina is proud to announce the addition of Trey Crow to their coaching staff. Crow will start with the club during the 2019/2020 season and will coach girls teams in the under 11/under 12 division.
Crow has coached the Salina South High School (SHS) Girls Soccer Team for the past 16 years, and is the current coach for the Salina SHS Boys Soccer Team. He will be in his fifth year as head coach this upcoming season. From 2000-2005 and in 2017, Crow was the assistant for the SHS Boys Soccer Team. He was the head coach from 2006-2008 and has been since 2018. As head coach, Crow has over 100 wins.
Crow attended Bethany College from 1997-2001 where he was a four year starter for the soccer team, two-time Team Player of the Year, and a captain. He has also coached or assisted numerous boys and girls YMCA and club teams in Salina from under 8-under 14. Crow has taught at SHS and South Middle School for the past 19 years. He holds a "D" License from the state of Kansas.
City of Salina Soccer Recreation Supervisor Dave Ouderkirk coaches the Salina Central Boys Soccer Team. He said, "With the addition of Crow, we are pleased to now have partnerships with three or four high school programs in town. We have the foundation of building a culture of soccer in Salina that will go all the way through high school."