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Aaron Urban-Zukerberg named soccer coach at Boys' Latin

The Baltimore Sun
Urban-Zukerberg looks to build on BL's strong soccer tradition in the MIAA B Conference

Boys’ Latin has named Aaron Urban-Zukerberg its varsity soccer coach. Previously, Urban-Zukerberg served as the middle and upper school's futsal coach.

“Since his arrival on Boys’ Latin’s campus, Coach Urban-Zukerberg has been dedicated to our school community and our boys,” says Michael Thomas, athletic director at Boys’ Latin. “He has been a fixture at many of our events beyond soccer and futsal and has shown a true love for our school.”   

Before joining Boys' Latin, Urban-Zukerberg served as the junior varsity coach on the boys and girls soccer teams at Dulaney for 12 years. 

“I am thrilled to continue and expand my involvement with the Boys' Latin soccer program and to help continue its strong tradition of success. Boys' Latin is such a wonderful environment for boys to learn and grow,” Urban-Zukerberg said.

Urban-Zukerberg is a graduate of St. Mary's College, where he played three varsity seasons.  He was a three-sport standout at Owings Mills, where he earned 12 varsity letters in soccer, wrestling and lacrosse.

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