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Hey all, I wanted you to know that in the last few weeks the difficult decision has been made that this past season will be my last on NBC’s Premier League Coverage. I’m humbled and proud to have been a part of the special coverage we’ve delivered over the past 7 years. It has been one of the joys of my life to have been on this incredible journey, but it’s clear the time has come for me to take on new challenges. It’s with tremendous gratitude, and appreciation, that I say goodbye to my NBC Soccer Team. I’ll still be there every weekend, but now as one of the many fans waking up to watch the best team in sports, cover the best league in the world. Love you guys! -KMart
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Thursday, August 20, 2020
Kyle Martino, a member of the @UVAMensSoccer program from 1999-01, stepped down from his role as a studio analyst on NBC’s Premiere League Coverage after seven years, posting this farewell on his Instagram account.
Look Hoos Talking
DYK that one of @UVASoftball's assistants played on the first Tom Sox team? @jakesidwell_UVA joins @maddmcnamee to reminisce on his time with the Sox & @DavidsonBASE and talk about his current work in Cville 🔥
WATCH NOW ➡️ https://t.co/PuTi4yIjST#GoSox pic.twitter.com/0MABVN6Yus
— Charlottesville Tom Sox (@CvilleTomSoxVBL) August 17, 2020
@UVASoftball assistant coach Jake Sidwell caught up with the TomSox to reminisce on his playing days with the summer league club.
We continue our state of the program series with a look at the #UVa men's soccer team. After a narrow loss in the national championship match in 2019, the Cavaliers prepare for a season full of unknowns. https://t.co/NVgBVJ1M37 pic.twitter.com/uGvpnU7LpG
— Cavalier Insider (@cavalierinsider) August 19, 2020
The Daily Progress continues its series of State of the Program features by speaking with Geroge Gelnovatch