U19 Boys Coach - Jim Enser
In his third year with the club including acting as last year's U16 coach.
With a promising playing career cut short by injury, Enser turned to coaching during his sophomore year at Fredonia State. He now has over 35 years experience coaching kids ages 5-19. In 2011 he retired from his full time Public Health Sanitarian job.
With infant children, in 1988 he co-founded NCSA Inc, the regions largest youth soccer club where he currently is vice president for travel soccer. Coach Enser holds the USSF National "D" license and has attended countless clinics and trainings. He was the Fredonia State men's junior varsity coach for 20 seasons until the program was eliminated in 2000.
During that time he learned from some of the best in the business; Tom Prevet, Nelson Cupello, Mike Middleton and PJ Gondek. Then came 10 seasons coaching at Dunkirk High School before joining the Black Watch staff in 2011.
Coach Enser is also a highly rated Section 6 soccer official and serves as Black Watch's top recruiter, always on the lookout for talent.
Coach Enser resides in Dunkirk with his wife Diane. They have two adult children, Jenn and Ben. Ben continues to play competitively for the University of Melbourne (Australia) while attending graduate school.