Columbia Infantry: More history made: Ownership notices

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This weekend, the Columbia Infantry completed and important mission. They put the league on notice for what’s to come. They defeated the Isanti Outlaws today 11-2, earned a big win over Richmond, and did a lot more this weekend. The ownership group had a lot to be proud of. Head Coach Jacob Smulevitch lead his troops and has lead them all year with assistance from the ownership group that has built the Charlotte Rush from the ground up. They love his passion and saw from the beginning even when points were not on the ledger what he was doing. They trusted him and it has paid off in spades. To make the playoffs, the Infantry need to finish fourth or better in their division and this weekend got them much more competitive for that.

Here’s what the ownership group of the Rush and Infantry said, we will have more on the Rush and Infantry in the Florida Showcase later on today.

““As we reflect as an ownership group we are very proud of what the Infantry accomplished at the Premier level. It shows the development plan we provide the organizations is working. They went to Florida and beat some very good organizations with rich history of winning. As an expansion program there is so much to be proud of going into break. Jacob and his staff along with our scouting team and management staff should be proud. From a family aspect I know Jacobs former team, staff and players are happy as it provided huge standings implications for the Rush. We are excited to see Jacob lead his troops in the second half.”

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