TWO GENERATIONS OF THE LERMAN FAMILY WILL SKATE FOR GOLD AT THE 20TH WORLD MACCABIAH GAMES

Philadelphia, PA, June 5, 2017 – The Maccabi USA family is about to get a whole lot bigger as another family of athletes joins Team USA for the 20th World Maccabiah Games, July 4-18 in Israel. Ari, Danny, Marc, Max, and Billy Lerman will be competing in the Juniors, Open, and Masters Ice Hockey Divisions. During the Opening Ceremony, they will march in as father and sons, uncles and nephews, brothers, and teammates.

Billy was a member of the 2013 Masters Ice Hockey Team and he recruited his two sons, Ari for the Juniors’ division, and Max for the Open division, as well as his two brothers, Danny and Marc to join him on the Masters squad at the 2017 World Maccabiah Games. Although the Lerman family are frequent travelers to Israel, the Games will be the first time all will compete together internationally, adding a family component to their experience at the Games. They have been training together to prepare for the competition in Israel and are looking forward to the team camaraderie and meeting other Jewish athletes from the USA and around the world. 

“We have three in the same division, Billy, Marc and I. Then Max in the Open division and Ari in the Juniors,” said Danny Lerman. “We will watch each other’s games and have a blast together. It makes it fun competing with family. Additionally, many of our family is coming over to watch and enjoy the experience with us as well.”

Maccabi USA will bring a team of 1,100+ athletes who will be part of the 10,000 Jewish athletes from 80 countries, participating in 43 different sports, comprising one Jewish team. Since 1932, over 62,000 athletes have participated in the Maccabiah Games, in a celebration of Jewish Strength and Solidarity. Team USA’s success is not only measured by the medals won, but by the impact that the Maccabiah experience had on their lives as well as the friendships they formed.

Maccabi USA builds Jewish pride through sports, generating the emotional intensity, high ideals, and powerful camaraderie of competition.  We connect athletes, volunteers, and supporters with the global Jewish community.  Our athletic, educational, and cultural experiences build Jewish identity, perpetuate Jewish continuity worldwide, and strengthen support for the State of Israel.

About the organization:

Maccabi USA (MUSA) is a federally-recognized not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Organization with an extensive history of enriching Jewish lives through athletic, cultural and educational programs.  The Organization is the official sponsor of the United States Team to the World Maccabiah Games, and the Pan American and European Maccabi Games, as well as a sponsor of the JCC Maccabi Games for teens in North America.  As the official Maccabi representative in the U.S., Maccabi USA supports Jewish athletic endeavors, enhanced by cultural and educational activities in the United States, Israel and throughout the Diaspora.

MUSA develops, promotes and supports international, national and regional athletic-based activities and facilities. It strives to provide Jewish athletes all over the world the opportunity to share their heritage and customs in competitive athletic settings. MUSA supports programs that embody the Maccabi ideals of Jewish Continuity, Zionism and Excellence in Sport.  Maccabi USA Builds Jewish Pride Through Sports.

Maccabi USA has been selected by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) as a Multi-Sport Organization (MSO). The nonprofit Organization becomes one of 35 MSOs nationwide to be recognized by the USOC for its ability to cultivate a national interest in sport and increase opportunities for participation internationally, nationally and at the grassroots level.

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MACCABI USA ANNOUNCES THE MASTERS ICE HOCKEY TEAM FOR THE 20TH WORLD MACCABIAH GAMES

Philadelphia, PA, May 18, 2017 – The Maccabi USA Ice Hockey Co-Chairs Steven Cohen, Devra Schorr Pulley, and Philip Pulley, along with Head Coach Billy Jaffe are pleased to announce the Masters Men’s Ice Hockey Team for the 20th World Maccabiah Games, which will take place July 4-18, 2017 in Israel. Maccabi USA will bring a team of 1,100+ athletes who will be part of the 10,000 Jewish athletes from 80 countries, participating in 43 different sports.

Head Coach Jaffe is currently an NHL Analyst for NESN and the NHL Network, and co-host of the Roenick Life Podcast. The athletes are Joshua Bluman of Amherst, NY; Gregory Busch of Chesterfield, MO; Steven Cohen of Brooklyn, NY; Jeremy Freid of Newton, MA; Craig Izenstark of Glencoe, IL; Steven Kohn of Glencoe, IL; Jason Kurland of Dix Hills, NJ; Daniel Lerman of South Bend, IN; Marc Lerman of South Bend, IN; William “Billy” Lerman of South Bend, IN; Todd Lewis of Manhattan Beach, CA; Robert Master of Larchmont, NY; David Rosenfeld of Paradise Valley, AZ; Douglas Sharfstein of Winnetka, IL; Robin Solomon of Glencoe, IL; Aaron Vickar of St. Louis, MO; David Wit of Larchmont, NY; and Willie Zimberoff of Deerfield, IL.

“We have comprised a great group of guys to represent Team USA in Masters Ice Hockey this summer,” said Jaffe. “The team is made up of diverse players from all over the country, including a nice amount of returning players from the 2013 Masters team that won Gold. Everyone is training hard in preparation and all are excited to experience the 20th World Maccabiah Games!”

Since 1932, over 62,000 athletes have participated in the Maccabiah Games, in a celebration of Jewish Strength and Solidarity. Team USA’s success is not only measured by the medals won, but by the impact that the Maccabiah experience had on their lives as well as the friendships they formed.

Maccabi USA builds Jewish pride through sports, generating the emotional intensity, high ideals, and powerful camaraderie of competition.  We connect athletes, volunteers, and supporters with the global Jewish community.  Our athletic, educational, and cultural experiences build Jewish identity, perpetuate Jewish continuity worldwide, and strengthen support for the State of Israel.

For more information, please contact Maccabi USA Program Director Shane Carr at 215-561-6900 or by email at scarr@maccabiusa.com.

About the organization:

Maccabi USA (MUSA) is a federally-recognized not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Organization with an extensive history of enriching Jewish lives through athletic, cultural and educational programs.  The Organization is the official sponsor of the United States Team to the World Maccabiah Games, and the Pan American and European Maccabi Games, as well as a sponsor of the JCC Maccabi Games for teens in North America.  As the official Maccabi representative in the U.S., Maccabi USA supports Jewish athletic endeavors, enhanced by cultural and educational activities in the United States, Israel and throughout the Diaspora.

MUSA develops, promotes and supports international, national and regional athletic-based activities and facilities. It strives to provide Jewish athletes all over the world the opportunity to share their heritage and customs in competitive athletic settings. MUSA supports programs that embody the Maccabi ideals of Jewish Continuity, Zionism and Excellence in Sport.  Maccabi USA Builds Jewish Pride Through Sports.

Maccabi USA has been selected by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) as a Multi-Sport Organization (MSO). The nonprofit Organization becomes one of 35 MSOs nationwide to be recognized by the USOC for its ability to cultivate a national interest in sport and increase opportunities for participation internationally, nationally and at the grassroots level.                                  

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RIVERA BROTHERS WILL TEAR UP THE ICE AT THE WORLD MACCABIAH GAMES

Philadelphia, PA, March 30, 2017 – The Maccabi USA Ice Hockey family is about to get a whole lot bigger as another family of athletes joins Team USA for the 20th World Maccabiah Games, July 4-18 in Israel. Jake, Luke, and Nick Rivera will be part of the Open Ice Hockey Team. During the Opening Ceremony, they will march in as both teammates and brothers.

The Maccabiah Games will be the first time the Rivera brothers have competed as Maccabi USA athletes; it will also be their first time playing on the same team, and going to Israel. They are excited to learn about Israeli culture and visit the historic sites with other Jewish athletes. Hockey is a lifestyle for the brothers as Luke began skating around 4, following Jake around the ice, with Nick joining shortly thereafter. The brothers, Division I and Division III collegiate athletes – Jake played at the State University of New York-Potsdam, Luke plays at the State University of New York-Fredonia, and Nick plays at Minnesota State-Mankato – are excited to put on their red, white, and blue, hockey jersey and represent Team USA.

When asked why competing as a family at the Maccabiah Games is so important the brothers agreed, “We have all been dreaming of putting on a Team USA jersey and representing our country. The ability to play alongside each other is an incredible opportunity that will make for an even more memorable experience. To make it that much more special, we will be able to do it front of our entire family, on their first trip to Israel, a very proud moment for all of us. We are also looking forward to the possibility of winning a Gold Medal for the United States, something that has never been done before. Win or lose, the memories from the Maccabiah Games will be moments we will always cherish.”

Maccabi USA will bring a team of 1,100+ athletes who will be part of the 10,000 Jewish athletes from 80 countries, participating in 43 different sports. Since 1932, over 62,000 athletes have participated in the Maccabiah Games, in a celebration of Jewish Strength and Solidarity. Team USA’s success is not only measured by the medals won, but by the impact that the Maccabiah experience had on their lives as well as the friendships they formed.

Maccabi USA builds Jewish pride through sports, generating the emotional intensity, high ideals, and powerful camaraderie of competition.  We connect athletes, volunteers, and supporters with the global Jewish community.  Our athletic, educational, and cultural experiences build Jewish identity, perpetuate Jewish continuity worldwide, and strengthen support for the State of Israel.

About the organization:

Maccabi USA (MUSA) is a federally-recognized not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Organization with an extensive history of enriching Jewish lives through athletic, cultural and educational programs.  The Organization is the official sponsor of the United States Team to the World Maccabiah Games, and the Pan American and European Maccabi Games, as well as a sponsor of the JCC Maccabi Games for teens in North America.  As the official Maccabi representative in the U.S., Maccabi USA supports Jewish athletic endeavors, enhanced by cultural and educational activities in the United States, Israel and throughout the Diaspora.

MUSA develops, promotes and supports international, national and regional athletic-based activities and facilities. It strives to provide Jewish athletes all over the world the opportunity to share their heritage and customs in competitive athletic settings. MUSA supports programs that embody the Maccabi ideals of Jewish Continuity, Zionism and Excellence in Sport.  Maccabi USA Builds Jewish Pride Through Sports.

Maccabi USA has been selected by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) as a Multi-Sport Organization (MSO). The nonprofit Organization becomes one of 35 MSOs nationwide to be recognized by the USOC for its ability to cultivate a national interest in sport and increase opportunities for participation internationally, nationally and at the grassroots level.

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THE COHEN FAMILY WILL DOMINATE THE ICE AT THE 20TH WORLD MACCABIAH GAMES

Philadelphia, PA, March 17, 2017 – Maccabi USA Ice Hockey Co-Chairs, Devra Schorr Pulley and Philip Pulley, are pleased to announce the appointment of Elias, Ethan, and Steven Cohen to the Juniors Boys’, Open Men’s, and Masters Men’s Ice Hockey Teams for the 20th World Maccabiah Games, which will take place July 4-18, 2017 in Israel. Maccabi USA will bring a team of 1,100+ athletes who will be part of the 10,000 Jewish athletes from 80 countries, participating in 43 different sports.

It is a rare circumstance that Maccabi USA fields a family of athletes in the same sport. As alumni of Maccabi USA and the Maccabiah Games, Steve and Ethan Cohen, father and son, have recruited a third member of their family, Elias, the youngest brother, to experience the 20th World Maccabiah Games with them this summer in Israel. In 2013, Steve was a member of the Masters Men’s Ice Hockey Team, Ethan was a member of the Juniors Boys’ Ice Hockey Team, and Elias, too young to play, helped as a manager for the Juniors Boys’ Team. This year, Elias will compete as a Juniors athlete in Israel, along with his brother Ethan, an Open athlete, and his father Steve, a Masters athlete.

“The ability to participate in the Games as a family may be the ultimate Jewish experience. It gives me a special sense of pride, community, and commitment, and it will be shared by every family member that will make the trip to watch” said Steve Cohen.

Since 1932, over 62,000 athletes have participated in the Maccabiah Games, in a celebration of Jewish Strength and Solidarity. Team USA’s success is not only measured by the medals won, but by the impact that the Maccabiah experience had on their lives as well as the friendships they formed.

Maccabi USA builds Jewish pride through sports, generating the emotional intensity, high ideals, and powerful camaraderie of competition.  We connect athletes, volunteers, and supporters with the global Jewish community.  Our athletic, educational, and cultural experiences build Jewish identity, perpetuate Jewish continuity worldwide, and strengthen support for the State of Israel.

About the organization:

Maccabi USA (MUSA) is a federally-recognized not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Organization with an extensive history of enriching Jewish lives through athletic, cultural and educational programs.  The Organization is the official sponsor of the United States Team to the World Maccabiah Games, and the Pan American and European Maccabi Games, as well as a sponsor of the JCC Maccabi Games for teens in North America.  As the official Maccabi representative in the U.S., Maccabi USA supports Jewish athletic endeavors, enhanced by cultural and educational activities in the United States, Israel and throughout the Diaspora.

MUSA develops, promotes and supports international, national and regional athletic-based activities and facilities. It strives to provide Jewish athletes all over the world the opportunity to share their heritage and customs in competitive athletic settings. MUSA supports programs that embody the Maccabi ideals of Jewish Continuity, Zionism and Excellence in Sport.  Maccabi USA Builds Jewish Pride Through Sports.

Maccabi USA has been selected by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) as a Multi-Sport Organization (MSO). The nonprofit Organization becomes one of 35 MSOs nationwide to be recognized by the USOC for its ability to cultivate a national interest in sport and increase opportunities for participation internationally, nationally and at the grassroots level.

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MACCABI USA ANNOUNCES THE OPEN MEN’S ICE HOCKEY TEAM FOR THE 20TH WORLD MACCABIAH GAMES

Philadelphia, PA, March 1, 2017 – The Maccabi USA Ice Hockey Co-Chairs, Steven Cohen, Devra Schorr Pulley, and Philip Pulley, along with Head Coach Greg Gardner and Assistant Coach Casey Fratkin are pleased to announce the Open Men’s Ice Hockey Team for the 20th World Maccabiah Games, which will take place July 4-18, 2017 in Israel. Maccabi USA will bring a team of 1,100+ athletes who will be part of the 10,000 Jewish athletes from 80 countries, participating in 43 different sports.

The athletes are Joshua Beck of Scituate, MA, Babson College; Sammy Bernard-Boymel of Lafayette, CO, Sacred Heart University; Max Blitz of Chino Hills, CA, State University of New York-Fredonia; Ethan Cohen of Brooklyn, NY, Middlebury College; Joshua Dickman of Kapaa, HI, St. Michael’s College; Zachary Feldman of San Diego, CA, Lake Forest College; Chad Goldberg of Agoura Hills, CA, Tufts University; Carter Horwitz of Tustin, CA, Endicott College; Eric Israel of Huntington Woods, MI, Robert Morris University; David Jacobson of Calabasas, CA, State University of New York-Oswego; Max Kalter of Highland Park, IL, University of Connecticut; Jonathan Lazarus of Syosset, NY, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Max Lerman of South Bend, IN, Culver Academy Prep; Tyler Levine of Laguna Beach, CA, Philips Andover Academy; Matthew Mendelson of Pittsburgh, PA, Pennsylvania State University; Benjamin Pulley of Huntington Valley, PA, University of Connecticut; Jacob Rivera of Pacific Palisades, CA, State University of New York-Potsdam (’16); Luke Rivera of Pacific Palisades, CA, State University of New York-Fredonia; Nick Rivera of Pacific Palisades, CA, Minnesota State University-Mankato; Jacob Schechter of Naples, FL, Northeastern University; Benjamin Sharf of Williamsville, NY, Colgate University; and Joseph Shecter of Farmington Hills, MI, United States Military Academy-West Point.

Since 1932, over 62,000 athletes have participated in the Maccabiah Games, in a celebration of Jewish Strength and Solidarity. Team USA’s success is not only measured by the medals won, but by the impact that the Maccabiah experience had on their lives as well as the friendships they formed.

Maccabi USA builds Jewish pride through sports, generating the emotional intensity, high ideals, and powerful camaraderie of competition.  We connect athletes, volunteers, and supporters with the global Jewish community.  Our athletic, educational, and cultural experiences build Jewish identity, perpetuate Jewish continuity worldwide, and strengthen support for the State of Israel.

For more information, please contact Maccabi USA Program Director Shane Carr at 215-561-6900 or by email at scarr@maccabiusa.com.

About the organization:

Maccabi USA (MUSA) is a federally-recognized not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Organization with an extensive history of enriching Jewish lives through athletic, cultural and educational programs.  The Organization is the official sponsor of the United States Team to the World Maccabiah Games, and the Pan American and European Maccabi Games, as well as a sponsor of the JCC Maccabi Games for teens in North America.  As the official Maccabi representative in the U.S., Maccabi USA supports Jewish athletic endeavors, enhanced by cultural and educational activities in the United States, Israel and throughout the Diaspora.

MUSA develops, promotes and supports international, national and regional athletic-based activities and facilities. It strives to provide Jewish athletes all over the world the opportunity to share their heritage and customs in competitive athletic settings. MUSA supports programs that embody the Maccabi ideals of Jewish Continuity, Zionism and Excellence in Sport.  Maccabi USA Builds Jewish Pride Through Sports.

Maccabi USA has been selected by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) as a Multi-Sport Organization (MSO). The nonprofit Organization becomes one of 35 MSOs nationwide to be recognized by the USOC for its ability to cultivate a national interest in sport and increase opportunities for participation internationally, nationally and at the grassroots level.

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MACCABI USA ANNOUNCES THE JUNIORS BOYS’ ICE HOCKEY TEAM FOR THE 20TH WORLD MACCABIAH GAMES

Philadelphia, PA, March 1, 2017 – The Maccabi USA Ice Hockey Co-Chairs, Steven Cohen, Devra Schorr Pulley and Philip Pulley, along with Head Coach Jon Sandos are pleased to announce the Juniors Boys’ Ice Hockey Team for the 20th World Maccabiah Games, which will take place July 4-18, 2017 in Israel. Maccabi USA will bring a team of 1,100+ athletes who will be part of the 10,000 Jewish athletes from 80 countries, participating in 43 different sports.

The athletes are Jacob Abene of Los Gatos, CA, Bellarmine College Prep; Ben Buium of Laguna Niguel, CA, Aliso Niguel High School; Elias Cohen of Brooklyn, NY, Poly Prep Country Day School; Hayden Fried of Jericho, NY, Shattuck St. Mary’s; Eric Gayzler of Brooklyn, NY, Midwood High School; Noah Gold of Brooklyn, NY, Kingsborough Early College School; Ethan Gorelkin of Syosset, NY, Choate Rosemary Hall; Isaiah Kahn of Chapel Hill, NC, Apex Learning Virtual School; Aaron Kellner of Delray Beach, FL, North Broward Preparatory School; Jake Lakatos of Brick, NJ, Brick Township High School; Ari Lerman of South Bend, IN, Culver Academy Prep; Jacob Lefton of St. Louis, MO, Mary Institute Country Day School; Simon Mandel of New York, NY, NYC iSchool; Jacob Mehl of Bronx, NY, Northfield Mount Herman; Jaxon Perlmutter of Bloomfield Hills, MI, Bloomfield Hills High School; Noah Petak of Tenafly, NJ, The Frisch School; Daniel Reuben of St. Charles, MO, St. Paul’s School; Zach Richterman of North Canton, OH, Culver Academy Prep; Alec Rovitz of Long Beach, NY, Long Beach Senior High School; Jacob Schapira of Farmingdale, NY, Compu High School; Aydin Schwetz of Thousand Oaks, CA, Century Academy; and Benjamin Tartakovsky of Manalapan, NJ, Manalapan High School.

Since 1932, over 62,000 athletes have participated in the Maccabiah Games, in a celebration of Jewish Strength and Solidarity. Team USA’s success is not only measured by the medals won, but by the impact that the Maccabiah experience had on their lives as well as the friendships they formed.

Maccabi USA builds Jewish pride through sports, generating the emotional intensity, high ideals, and powerful camaraderie of competition.  We connect athletes, volunteers, and supporters with the global Jewish community.  Our athletic, educational, and cultural experiences build Jewish identity, perpetuate Jewish continuity worldwide, and strengthen support for the State of Israel.

For more information, please contact Maccabi USA Program Director Shane Carr at 215-561-6900 or by email at scarr@maccabiusa.com.

About the organization:

Maccabi USA (MUSA) is a federally-recognized not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Organization with an extensive history of enriching Jewish lives through athletic, cultural and educational programs.  The Organization is the official sponsor of the United States Team to the World Maccabiah Games, and the Pan American and European Maccabi Games, as well as a sponsor of the JCC Maccabi Games for teens in North America.  As the official Maccabi representative in the U.S., Maccabi USA supports Jewish athletic endeavors, enhanced by cultural and educational activities in the United States, Israel and throughout the Diaspora.

MUSA develops, promotes and supports international, national and regional athletic-based activities and facilities It strives to provide Jewish athletes all over the world the opportunity to share their heritage and customs in competitive athletic settings. MUSA supports programs that embody the Maccabi ideals of Jewish Continuity, Zionism and Excellence in Sport.  Maccabi USA Builds Jewish Pride Through Sports.

Maccabi USA has been selected by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) as a Multi-Sport Organization (MSO). The nonprofit Organization becomes one of 35 MSOs nationwide to be recognized by the USOC for its ability to cultivate a national interest in sport and increase opportunities for participation internationally, nationally and at the grassroots level.

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Greg Gardner was the first player EVER signed by the then-expansion Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League on May 4, 2000; he is now aiming to become the first Head Coach of Maccabi USA’s Open Men’s Hockey team to capture the gold medal at the World Maccabiah Games.

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(Greg signing his contract with Columbus)

A native of Westside, Toronto, Greg is in his third year as the Assistant Men’s Ice Hockey coach at Mercyhurst University in Pennsylvania, his tenth year as an NCAA Division 1 coach. He grew up as many Canadian children do, with a hockey stick glued to his hands. He found his calling as a Goalie playing Triple AAA hockey and travelling throughout Canada competing, eventually earning a four-year scholarship to play at Niagara University in New York. He achieved great success there, leading the NCAA in goals against average during the 1999-2000 season and setting the record for the most shutouts in a season in the process.

In 1996, during the summer before his sophomore year of college, his father approached him with an idea. “A newspaper advertisement came across my dad’s desk for something called the Maccabiah Games,” recalled Greg. “I wasn’t too sure what to expect, but I drove to Montreal and made Team Canada.”

Generally the only Jewish athlete on his teams throughout his youth and college, Greg’s experience in Israel in 1997 helped shape him into who he is today. “Playing in the Maccabiah Games is an incredible memory and one I’ve carried with me forever,” exclaimed Greg. “It’s an experience that can’t properly be explained unless you are a part of it.” In an ironic twist, Greg led Maccabi Canada to the gold medal in Open Men’s Ice Hockey at the 1997 World Maccabiah Games, defeating Team USA in the finals.

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(Greg in 1997  wearing a USA jersey (center)… He swapped jerseys with Team USA’s Goalie)

Despite his success on the ice, Gardner’s best memories from the Games happened off the ice. They include: Going to the Western Wall and travelling throughout the desert with his teammates, walking on the border of Lebanon through Metula, and traversing Masada. “Winning a medal is/was important,” explained Greg. “But it’s really about connecting with Israel and forming relationships with Jewish athletes on your team and from around the world.”

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(Team Canada posing on a tank in Israel at the 1997 World Maccabiah Games)

As the Head Coach of the USA Open Men’s Ice Hockey team at the 2017 World Maccabiah Games, Greg’s goals are twofold. He wants to provide his team with the right environment for them to experience a lifetime of memories, and of course to win a gold medal. “The goal is to bring the team together quickly, have an experience of a lifetime prior to playing Hockey and then perform at the highest level possible during the competition,” said Greg. “I feel blessed to have this experience and opportunity to be a role model for these young men at the Maccabiah and in Israel.”

Maccabi USA is currently seeking Jewish Ice Hockey players for a Juniors Boys’ team, for those born between 1999-2002, an Open Men’s team, 18-39, and a Masters Men’s team, ages 40+. To apply, click HERE! For more information, please contact Shane Carr, Program Director, at 215.561.6900 x. 4147 or scarr@maccabiusa.com.

 

Previously:

From Running in to Coaching at the Maccabiah with Jordan Schilit

Building Maccabi USA’s Lacrosse Program with Eve Levinson

Maccabi USA Baseball with Eric Holtz

From the Maccabiah to Maccabi Young Leadership

Maccabi USA Cricket led my Former Israeli National Team Cricketer

Judo: A Family Affair with Adam Moyerman

Tennis in Santiago with Natasha Dabrowski

Maccabi USA Golf with Dan Frankel

Swimming for a Purpose with Sarah Solomon

Maccabi USA Field Hockey with Rebekah Abrams

Breaking the International Maccabi Games Golf Scoring Record at the European Maccabi Games

Ori Hoffer on Preparing for his First Maccabi USA Experience

Half Marathon with Melissa Perlman

Women’s Soccer with Catie Chase

Coaching at the EMG with Scott Garson

Maccabi USA Soccer with Morry Steinbach

Prepping for the European Maccabi Games with Zak Elfenbein

Maccabi Memories with Caroline Post

Maccabi Memories with Dallen Stanford

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Halpern

Maccabi Memories with Charly Santagado

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Monheit

Maccabi Memories with Lenny Krayzelburg

Maccabi Memories with Rachel Magerman

Maccabi Memories with Noah Springwater

Maccabi Memories with Stuart Weitzman

 

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