05/15/2012 9:24 AM
The Rochester Rhinos have not conceded a goal yet this season, and they are off to a 6-0 start for the first time since 1998. The Rhinos returned to Rochester late Sunday night after taking six points from a weekend trip to the Carolinas, and they will be out and about in the city this week.
Tuesday, May 15th
G.O.A.L.S. Program (Giving Opportunities to Athletes who Love Soccer)
6PM to 8PM
Rhinos assistant coach Bill Sedgewick’s award winning soccer program for developmentally disabled children, teens, adults, and their families returns to Sahlen’s Stadium for the third consecutive season. Sedgewick will be joined by midfielder Michael Tanke, 2012 leading scorer JC Banks, midfielder Drew Cost, defender Tyler Bellamy, goalkeepers Brandon Miller and Joe Marino, forward Conor Chinn, goalkeeper Kristian Nicht, striker Graciano Brito, and left back Michael Zaher. The G.O.A.L.S. program is run in conjunction with Heritage Christian Services and Pieter’s Family Life Center.
Wednesday, May 16th
Charles Carroll School #46
6PM to 7PM
Rhinos center back Tyler Bellamy will be at School #46 for their book fair family reading night. Bellamy will be joining other community members in reading with students and their families at the book fair.
Thursday, May 17th
Holiday Inn Rochester Airport
5PM to 7PM
Rhinos forward Thomas Kelly McManus, Rochester native Kyle Manscuk, star striker Isaac Kissi, 2011 MVP Tyler Rosenlund, and forward Andrew Hoxie will be at the Holiday Inn’s Client Appreciation Evening. The players will be on hand to meet and greet Rhinos fans and sign autographs.
Saturday, May 19th
East High School
11AM to 1PM
Rochester Rhinos star Isaac Kissi and center back Tyler Bellamy will be teaming up with the Rochester City School District for their health fair. One week after hosting 8,000 RCSD students at Sahlen’s Stadium for their second annual School Day the Rhinos will have an information table set up at the health fair where Kissi and Bellamy will be representing the club.