Ogedegbe inducted into Huntsville Hall of Fame

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By John Egbokhan

Ex-international Nathaniel Ogedegbe has been inducted into the Hall of Fame in Huntsville Alabama, where he received several Resolutions and Proclamations from the State of Alabama, House of Representatives, County Commission, County of Madison and City of Huntsville, Alabama.

Ogedegbe, who was recruited by Tim Hankinson, currently the coach of the San Antonio Scorpions)to join the men’s soccer program at Alabama A&M University. Since graduating from AAMU, Ogedegbe has remained active in soccer.

After having a stint with Worcester Wild Fire in the A League, Ogedegbe, who is a United State Soccer Federation licensed coach, also coached Hampshire College Amherst Massachusetts before starting his own brand of soccer program,Flawless Soccer in 1993

A Civil Engineer by profession, Ogedegbe has worked for both private and public sectors as Airport Engineer at Galveston Municipal Airport, Assistant County Engineer with Franklin County Government, Engineer of Massachusetts Highway Department, Senior Engineer at CADD, Supervisor with City of Northampton Massachusetts, and presently Senior Engineer with the Town of Leesburg.. Ogedegbe and his wife Erika have three children Benjamin Oritsebawo, Michaela Jolomi and Kayode. Benjamin graduated from Academy of Science and Tuscarora High school in 2013 and received a scholarship to play division 1 soccer at Indiana University Perdue University Indianapolis.

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