Manchester Wolves Coach Steps Down
Manchester, NH - Manchester Wolves' managing partner Steve Schubert today announced that after three successful seasons at Brady Sullivan Field, head coach Ben Bennett is stepping off the turf that he has proudly called home. Bennett wants to be closer to his family in Orlando, Florida.
"My years as coach of the Manchester Wolves represent a wonderful time for me, both personally and professionally. While I am excited that I will be able to spend more time with my family, I will miss the Wolves family that I am leaving behind," said Bennett. "I am pleased that during my tenure, the Manchester Wolves have become what I consider to be one of the stars of af2 and I know that the team's success will continue with strong leadership and outstanding players."
"Ben has done a truly remarkable job for us. We wish him luck in his future endeavors," said General Manager Peter Morris. "And while we are sorry to see Ben leave us, we are excited about the possibilities that lie ahead as we enter our fifth season."
"The team has seen great success under Ben's direction and we know that success will continue with a renewed energy, a strong team and a true desire to make the Wolves experience a memorable one for fans old and new.
For information on the Manchester Wolves, call 603.627.WOLF (9653) or visit www.manchesterwolves.com.
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