Ingrid found her passion for the game of soccer at just 5 years old. For Ingrid, being a referee is more than a way to make money.
Being a referee is a way to connect with the soccer community and give back to players much like herself.
Over the years, Ingrid has built lasting relationships with teammates, coaches, and fellow referees. Lessons learned on the field have proved to be
invaluable off of the field, as well. These connections have supported her throughout her soccer journey,
and she looks to support others in any way she can.
Ingrid is also already looking at moving up to Grassroots advanced. On top of being active in every state cup ranging from recreational soccer to
the female presidents and championship cup, she has recently been a part of the Seattle Referees Development Program. She attends the
ECNL open houses and the summer prep sessions the pro referee’s host.
Ingrid has also played in a variety of levels of play such as NPSL, RCL, and ECNL levels. Over covid, she and a group of friends
taught soccer drills to kids online through zoom from her garage. Ingrid has also volunteered for the Crossfire Futures program
where she ran sessions for U7 and U8 boys and girls over the summer.
Nicholas first started getting involved in soccer when his parents signed him up to play at 3 years old. He continued playing and then
began refereeing when he turned 12. Refereeing and soccer have had a strong impact on Nicholas as a person. It has helped him to grow and
look outside himself to be a good teammate.
Nicholas is a great presence and influence within the referee community in Quadco and the State of Washington.
Nicholas spends many of his weekends out on the fields mentoring our new youth referees. Being someone for them to both look up to and learn from.
On top of this he has made efforts to come and assist with new Referee Clinics, most recently assisting with a new referee clinic in Olympia.
Finally, Nicholas has been continuously focused on learning and growing as a referee. In the Quadco association he has been involved with
refereeing at all levels. He continued to referee at State Cups starting at the age of 14 then continuing on to work High School games at 15.
He also being recognized by others was brought in to work college spring assignments for the GNAC.