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NorCal Premier Hires its First Communications Manager

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Oct. 24, 2016) — In a move consistent with the continued growth and development of the organization, NorCal Premier Soccer announced the hiring of Evan Ream as its first-ever Communications Manager Monday.

Effective immediately, Ream will serve as the primary media contact for all media requests for NorCal.

“We are very excited to welcome Evan to play a key role in developing this aspect of our organization,” said NorCal President Benjamin Ziemer. “From communications, to coaching education, to celebrating the accomplishments of clubs, players and coaches, we believe that Evan will be a vital part of the next phase of club soccer development in Northern California.”

Ream, 27, brings a wealth of experience to the position, having spent nearly three years covering club, high school, UC Davis and Sacramento Republic FC soccer for The Davis Enterprise, where he also serves as a weekly columnist.

In addition, the 2012 Southern Oregon University graduate has written for prominent national soccer websites including SBI Soccer, and Top Drawer Soccer, among others.

Ream is currently finishing a full-length nonfiction book on the establishment and notable events from the early years of Sacramento Republic FC.

“I’m excited to join an organization that holds so many of the same values that I do in my own life,” Ream said. “NorCal already has amassed an incredible body of work in a relatively short time. I look forward to better sharing it with a wider soccer audience in my native Northern California, as well as nationally and internationally.”

About NorCal Premier Soccer

A California Nonprofit Benefit Corporation, NorCal Premier Soccer is the top organization for developing players, clubs, coaches and referees in the passionate soccer region that is Northern California. Through affiliations with 212 different clubs, NorCal Premier Soccer provides an unmatched level of quality programs assisting the development of the overall soccer structure in Northern California.