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Professional Soccer Player Rachel Breton Joins iSport360 as Spokesperson to the Youth Soccer Community

Monmouth County, NJ (Monday, February 21, 2017)–iSport360, Inc. (, an early stage youth sports software company has announced that professional soccer player Rachel Breton has been named its soccer spokesperson.  Breton will share iSport360’s goal-setting tools, fair player evaluations and objective player feedback platform with the youth soccer community.
“iSport360 is helping youth sport coaches, parents and players share feedback in a way I’ve never seen before,” said Breton, who mentors, trains and coaches young soccer players during her off-season. “Its app gets coaches, parents and players on the same page…..which makes life a whole lot easier for a young player.”
The iSport360 app enables coaches and parents to share objective player feedback throughout the season and at tryout time.  The company also publishes a biweekly sports-parenting newsletter “The Chaotic World of Youth Sports,” which provides an informative, and frequently funny, view of youth sports.
Founder and CEO Ian Goldberg is a sports dad and a coach of two young daughters who is on a crusade to improve the youth sports experience for coaches, parents and most importantly the young athletes.  “Not only is Rachel an elite athlete, but she’s an effective, disciplined and academic youth soccer coach who knows how to get the most out of her players,” Goldberg says.  “She also understands the important role that sports parents can play in the development of their young players when they are properly engaged.”
Rachel Breton is a professional soccer player for Sky Blue FC,  New Jersey’s professional women’s team, and was a former Big East Conference All-Star at Rutgers University.  She also gives her time to organizations that nurture strong, smart, healthy youth athletes including the New York Red Bulls, Pro Performance and Athletes for Hope.
Soccer Parents and Coaches who would like to share objective player feedback throughout the season and at tryout time should visit
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February 23, 2017

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