TAMPA – Innovation, diversity, inclusion. Whatever your name, the Bucs do it, especially when it comes to promoting the role of women in game soccer.
“Coach (Bruce) Arians is always looking to move forward. He was progressive. He wants to do what’s right, and that’s what he believes in, ”said Maral Javadifar, assistant strength and conditioning coach.
As part of the organization’s goal of continuing to give exposure to girls and women in soccer, the team kicked off the high school girls’ flag football season on Thursday night with the third annual pre-season classic. -season. It is the largest women’s flag football tournament in the country, with nearly 50 teams representing 13 counties.
“Watching them present themselves as the athletes they are is amazing,” Bucs co-owner Darcie Glazer Kassewitz said. “My daughter also plays flag, so to…
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