NCAA ALL-TIME HIGH SCORER signs with The CT Wildcats.

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Jerry Trecker about the Wildcats: “In announcing their first two signings this past month, they have pleassantly suprprised with the fact that both players are Americans”

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CT Wildcats: Tickets, Envelopes and Business Cards

Our envelopes at the top were a bit busy, but it was a great advertisement tool. Next is a red ticket for the 1974 World Cup Satellite game in Bushnell, sponsored by the Wildcats.  To the right of that is one of the eight business cards of the 6 Full time staff and coach and trainer.  On the bottom is the front and back of free tickets that were given out once a year to all JR Soccer Team Members, with the Wildcats schedule on back.

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CT Wildcats Player has what may be the “Worlds Fastest Foot”. Dr. Eli K. Dabora, Professor at The University of Connecticut, an Aerospace Engineer, did the Research.

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Connecticut Wildcats sign Secret Weapon

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Connecticut’s First Major League Soccer Team, The 1973 CT Wildcats

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The 1974 CT Wildcats Team – A much better picture will be in the Wildcats Book.

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Hartford Civic Center was not build yet, the game was played in the Providence Civic Center, at that time the best Indoor Stadium in New England.

Advertisements like this one were put up all over CT and RI as well as in the Boston Globe, etc…. The 6 against 6 game  featured 7 National Team Players, 5 from the US National Team.

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Two of the Best Coaches In the US are going Head to Head in this First New England Premier Indoor Game. Wildcats Coach Rene Koremans against Manfred Schelscheidt, the next year’s Head Coach of the US Nationals Men’s Team (1975) and Head Coach of US Olympic Team (1984)

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Constantine Seredin, Co-Founder of the American Basketball Association and the Hartford Bisons. What is this about? Answer in the CT Wildcats Book.

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