Golden Goal Names Steve Parseghian Sports and Facilities Director

Fort Ann, NY – April 4, 2012 — Golden Goal Sports Complex is pleased to announce that Steve Parseghian has accepted the position of Sports and Facilities Director. Steve brings to the organization over 25 years of skills and experience as a seasoned athletic administrator and multi-sport coach. Parseghian brings a unique skill set to the sports complex, and he will directly oversee all tournaments and camps including soccer, lacrosse and field hockey.

“Steve Parseghian comes to us with experience in facility management, athletic administration, and coaching and tournament leadership” Golden Goal’s CEO Jonathan Jossen said. “Through his leadership and his collegial style, he can dramatically add value to Golden Goal and to our partners both on and off the field. We welcome his enthusiasm and creative ideas as we kick off the 2012 season.”

Parseghian has been committed to youth lacrosse and soccer serving as both a coach and an official. Over the years, he has moved through increasingly responsible roles in both sports, adding to the mix his passion for USA Cycling in his status as a certified Category 3 road racer and promoter. According to Parseghian, “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the new management team at Golden Goal. The complex is unquestionably the premier venue in the east. There is no other facility that combines professional grade fields with the residential camp environment, the team building and the sports nutrition components.”

Parseghian earned his BA in biology from Saint Michael’s College, is an experienced businessman, and for more than 25 years, he has been a manager and a senior executive with Deerbrook Fabrics.

He resides in Wyckoff, NJ with his wife, Barbara and his three children. He will be a resident of Fort Ann during the active season at Golden Goal.

Golden Goal Sports Complex is located outside of Lake George, NY. The facility encompasses 200 acres, 4 lighted turf fields and 4 lighted grass fields, as well as the ability to house more than 700 athletes in the Olympic Village.

The 4 lighted state-of-the-art turf fields combined with 4 finely manicured, irrigated, grass playing fields allow for continuous play regardless of weather conditions. The on- site Olympic style Athlete’s Village offers 36 team cabins where players can stay with their team for pre or post season training. The main tournament field has spectator seating for more than 1000. The fields are organized in a circle around the dramatic ‘Tournament Central’, where players and families can gather for refreshments and information. The Golden Goal pro shop is adjacent to the concession stand, retail store and bathroom facilities. Parking with ample space per field ensures teams coming for the next game will have access to the complex. There are also 24 hour medical and security facilities on site.

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