June 09, 2015 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Katy Williams

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2015 – 2016

FC Dallas Special Olympics Unified Exchange Team

Athletes

Name

Sex

City

Bayona, Roy

M

Grand Prairie, TX

Cummings, Joey

M

Flower Mound, TX

Gracian, Chris

M

Keller, TX

Holt, Dakota

M

The Colony, TX

Holt, Tim

M

Lewisville, TX

Johnson, Erika

F

Murphy, TX

Johnson, Nicolas

M

Rockwall, TX

Malallah, Yosef

M

Coppell, TX

Parcher, Zachary

M

Mckinney, TX

Rodgers, Zac

M

Aubrey, TX

Sullivan, Douglas

M

Plano, TX

 

Unified Partners

Name

Sex

City

Brunts, Eli

F

Plano, TX

Cummings, Matt

M

Flower Mound, TX

D’Aloise, Alyssa

F

 

Domer, Allen

M

Lewisville, TX

Fairchild, Laurence

M

Coppell, TX

Hunt, Gracie

F

Dallas, TX

Scarlett, Ervin

M

Coppell, TX

 

Coaches

Cindy Schroeder           Kyle Schroeder              Craig Schroeder

 

SOTX Liaison

Mark Lund

 

 

 

As a member of the FC Dallas/Special Olympics Unified Soccer Team athletes and partners will participate in the following activities:  

-          Media Day with FC Dallas

-          Play a match at Toyota Stadium vs. LA Galaxy’s Special Olympics Unified Team

-          Travel to Los Angeles to play the LA Galaxy’s Special Olympics Unified Team

-          Practice at Toyota Soccer Center in Frisco with occasional appearance with FC Dallas Players & Coaches

-          Receive FC Dallas uniform and equipment

 

 

 

 

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