Without the dedication of our leadership team, the United States Power Soccer Association would not be able to accomplish our mission. It’s a delicate balancing act between ensuring that our established teams have the opportunity to play at the highest level of international competition, while also welcoming brand new athletes, volunteers, and coaches into the sport. But thanks to the work of our leadership, we never lose sight of our mission, or the core values that make us strong. Below, you can read more about the team of people that never take their eyes off the ball.
The mission of the United States Power Soccer Association (USPSA) is to provide persons with physical disabilities using power chairs the opportunity to play, learn, and compete in the sport of power soccer. The USPSA governs the sport of Power Soccer in the United States. The USPSA promotes the sport on a national and international level through tournament play, referee certification, training and continued growth.
When Tiffany was young, she played on an indoor soccer team using her walker at the local YMCA for two years. When she heard a demo of power soccer was being held at Turnstone Center, she thought she would attend. After that day, Tiffany has been involved with power soccer for the past 15 years. She has played on the Turnstone Furious Flyers and is currently the goalie for the Turnstone Flyers. During her time within power soccer, she has helped coach the recreational team at Turnstone, attained the 2007 National Championship, and placed 2nd in 2017 and 2018 Premier Cup. Tiffany does dog sitting out of the home full time. Aside from time on the court, she also enjoys writing, being outdoors, bonding with dogs, photography, home projects, and college sports. Tiffany and her husband, Sam have been married for 7 years and resides in Columbia City Indiana.