Justin Kahle '10 played in 78 consecutive games for the Friars.
The clinic will take place on Jan. 19.
The Men's Soccer staff will host a one-day clinic on July 20.
The men's soccer staff will host a clinic and two camps this summer.
The clinic will take place on Monday, Feb. 18.
Justin Kahle enters his third season as the Director of Soccer Operations at Providence College.
Among his many duties, Kahle will oversee scheduling, assist with travel arrangements, equipment and community relations.
Kahle was a four-year starting defender at Providence and led the Friars to two NCAA Tournament appearances (2006 and 2007). He played in every minute of every game. In all, he played in 78 consecutive games.
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