NPL Partners with Surf Cup
NPL Partners with Surf Cup
Unique partnership gives NPLs around the country slots at the 2015 Tournaments for top teams.

US Club Soccer is proud to announce a new partnership with the Surf Cup in San Diego, Calif., and the Jefferson Cup in Richmond, Va., to provide top NPL teams slots at both events in 2015. These prestigious national tournaments will complement the existing US Club Soccer NPL Showcase events to launch the NPL Showcase Series.

The NPL Showcase Series provides NPL players with opportunities to participate in premier national showcase events while competing against top teams from across the country.

Slots in each of the four NPL Showcase Series events will be awarded to top NPL member teams. More details will be made available soon about applications, acceptance and team allocations for all events.

The 2015 NPL Showcase (Boys) in Las Vegas, hosted by Heat FC, will return next year after a successful debut in March.

The 2014-15 NPL Showcase Series:

  • NPL Showcase (Girls): Dec. 31, 2014 - Jan. 2, 2015 in Palm Coast, Fla. | Open to U-15 through U-17 girls
  • Jefferson Cup (Boys): March 6-8, 2015 in Richmond, Va. | Open to U-16 through U-18 boys
  • NPL Showcase (Boys): Early March 2015 in Las Vegas, Nev. | Open to U-16 through U-18 boys
  • Surf Cup (Boys, Girls): Summer 2015 in San Diego, Calif. | Open to U-16 through U-18 boys and girls

“We want our NPL clubs and players to have the opportunity to compete against top teams in the best environments possible, and having berths at the San Diego Surf Cup and the Jefferson Cup help achieve that goal,” said Bill Sage, US Club Soccer’s Executive Director. “The NPL Showcase Series was designed with high-school age players in mind, to help provide more opportunities to be seen by college coaches at high quality tournaments.”

Created in 1981 and entering its 35th year, the Surf Cup has grown to become one of the top college showcases in the country. More than 400 college coaches and scouts have attended each year since its inception.

“We are pleased to have the US Club Soccer NPL teams participate in the San Diego Surf Cup,” said Surf Cup Director Mike Connerley. “These teams will be treated to the Surf Cup experience – an event, not just a tournament. All of the NPL teams will play at a very high quality soccer venue, while showcasing their team in front of the top colleges and universities in the United States.”

The Jefferson Cup, which enters its 35th edition in 2015, boasts an impressive array of field complexes, including 24 turf fields for difficult weather conditions, in and around Richmond, Va. While the tournament annually accepts more than 700 teams from throughout the country, its status as a premier showcase event has caused officials to turn down about 500 teams per year in the past four years.

“This new relationship with US Club Soccer, the NPL and the Surf Cup only increases the value and experience of the Jefferson Cup Tournament Series,” Chris Friant, Jefferson Cup Director, said. “The Jefferson Cup and the Surf Cup are both outstanding events, and now NPL teams and players will have the opportunity to showcase their talents on both coasts on the best fields, in the best environments and in front of hundreds of college coaches.”

US Club Soccer’s 2014-15 NPL Showcase (Girls) will be held Dec. 31-Jan. 2 at Indian Trails Sports Complex in Palm Coast, Fla. Top-performing teams from the previous NPL season are given priority in the application process. Sept. 30 is the deadline to submit applications. A number of elite teams have already committed to compete.

 

ABOUT US CLUB SOCCER:

A National Association member of the U.S. Soccer Federation, US Club Soccer is an organization committed to the development and support of soccer clubs in the United States.

US Club Soccer offers youth and adult registration, league- and cup-based competition platforms at the recreational and competitive levels, as well as a variety of other programming, including the Olympic Development Program-sanctioned id² Program and Player Development Programs.

Through US Club Soccer, all of a club’s programs – recreational, competitive and adult – are able to be united under one organizational umbrella, creating a “members for life” culture within each club. US Club Soccer is sponsored by Nike and Army National Guard.

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NPL Partners with Surf Cup

US Club Soccer is proud to announce a new partnership with the Surf Cup in San Diego, Calif., and the Jefferson Cup in Richmond, Va., to provide top NPL teams slots at both events in 2015. These prestigious national tournaments will complement the existing US Club Soccer NPL Showcase events to launch the NPL Showcase Series.

The NPL Showcase Series provides NPL players with opportunities to participate in premier national showcase events while competing against top teams from across the country.

Slots in each of the four NPL Showcase Series events will be awarded to top NPL member teams. More details will be made available soon about applications, acceptance and team allocations for all events.

The 2015 NPL Showcase (Boys) in Las Vegas, hosted by Heat FC, will return next year after a successful debut in March.

The 2014-15 NPL Showcase Series:

  • NPL Showcase (Girls): Dec. 31, 2014 - Jan. 2, 2015 in Palm Coast, Fla. | Open to U-15 through U-17 girls
  • Jefferson Cup (Boys): March 6-8, 2015 in Richmond, Va. | Open to U-16 through U-18 boys
  • NPL Showcase (Boys): Early March 2015 in Las Vegas, Nev. | Open to U-16 through U-18 boys
  • Surf Cup (Boys, Girls): Summer 2015 in San Diego, Calif. | Open to U-16 through U-18 boys and girls

“We want our NPL clubs and players to have the opportunity to compete against top teams in the best environments possible, and having berths at the San Diego Surf Cup and the Jefferson Cup help achieve that goal,” said Bill Sage, US Club Soccer’s Executive Director. “The NPL Showcase Series was designed with high-school age players in mind, to help provide more opportunities to be seen by college coaches at high quality tournaments.”

Created in 1981 and entering its 35th year, the Surf Cup has grown to become one of the top college showcases in the country. More than 400 college coaches and scouts have attended each year since its inception.

“We are pleased to have the US Club Soccer NPL teams participate in the San Diego Surf Cup,” said Surf Cup Director Mike Connerley. “These teams will be treated to the Surf Cup experience – an event, not just a tournament. All of the NPL teams will play at a very high quality soccer venue, while showcasing their team in front of the top colleges and universities in the United States.”

The Jefferson Cup, which enters its 35th edition in 2015, boasts an impressive array of field complexes, including 24 turf fields for difficult weather conditions, in and around Richmond, Va. While the tournament annually accepts more than 700 teams from throughout the country, its status as a premier showcase event has caused officials to turn down about 500 teams per year in the past four years.

“This new relationship with US Club Soccer, the NPL and the Surf Cup only increases the value and experience of the Jefferson Cup Tournament Series,” Chris Friant, Jefferson Cup Director, said. “The Jefferson Cup and the Surf Cup are both outstanding events, and now NPL teams and players will have the opportunity to showcase their talents on both coasts on the best fields, in the best environments and in front of hundreds of college coaches.”

US Club Soccer’s 2014-15 NPL Showcase (Girls) will be held Dec. 31-Jan. 2 at Indian Trails Sports Complex in Palm Coast, Fla. Top-performing teams from the previous NPL season are given priority in the application process. Sept. 30 is the deadline to submit applications. A number of elite teams have already committed to compete.

 

ABOUT US CLUB SOCCER:

A National Association member of the U.S. Soccer Federation, US Club Soccer is an organization committed to the development and support of soccer clubs in the United States.

US Club Soccer offers youth and adult registration, league- and cup-based competition platforms at the recreational and competitive levels, as well as a variety of other programming, including the Olympic Development Program-sanctioned id² Program and Player Development Programs.

Through US Club Soccer, all of a club’s programs – recreational, competitive and adult – are able to be united under one organizational umbrella, creating a “members for life” culture within each club. US Club Soccer is sponsored by Nike and Army National Guard.

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OPL Kicks off 5th Year!

The Oregon Premier League kicks off our fifth year of league play this season, and while 5 years may not seem like a long time, in the youth sports world, it's an important milestone to cross for long-term viability. 

Our fifth year kicks off among a flurry of changes, chiefly the move to small-sided at the U11 age group. Moving from a 11 a-side format to 9 a-side put the OPL on par with long-term player development practices around the world. Initially passed at the 2014 AGM as a move to 8 a-side, which is similar to European youth leagues, the league agreed to shift to 9 a-side over the summer to make the transition as easy as possible for teams who were playing in regional tournaments that were 9v9. 

"This is a move that's been in the making for several years," said Tualatin Hills United SC Director of Coaching Tom Atencio. "We have been looking for the right time to move forward with this, and the time is now. We want to give our players every opportunity to turn technique into skill; the players are at an age where they are at a peak in their development, and this gives them a chance to see the attacking and defending principles in more clear situations in smaller numbers, so they can practice and execute under pressure. Playing on the bigger fields does not lend to teaching effective and composed decision making - the games turns in to 'boot ball.'" 

One of the other primary reasons for the delay in moving to small-sided is the budgetary impact the move has on our participating clubs. Smaller fields are needed, as well as smaller goals to keep the game on par with what is age appropriate. This means renting other fields, if necessary, and buying smaller goals and nets.  The OPL has been talking with clubs about a potential move to small-sided for a few years, with the hope of giving clubs advanced notice to begin working these new costs into their yearly budgets. Additionally, the OPL has worked hard over the last several years to keep our league fees low so that clubs might be able to save money on their registration fees to begin to budget for these new costs to their programs. 

Another big change for the U11s is the introduction of a rule that prohibits punts and drop-kicks from the goalkeeper. With the study of the effect of concussions on brains still new to science, doctors and specialists are only now developing tools to assess the full scope of brain injuries in quantitative and qualitative ways. While the OPL is cautious about labeling this new rule a "heading issue," the larger issue we are hoping to address is the prevention of head trauma.

"The OPL is not aiming to remove heading from the game entirely," OPL Director of Operations Angela Harrison comments. "Players do need to learn how to head the ball properly, at a developmentally appropriate level. What we are doing is removing the instances of a ball dropping 30-40 feet out of the air and straight on to a player's head, who can't use proper technique to support themselves, nor may their muscular and skeletal frame be developmentally able to handle it." 

Many studies have shown concussions from heading are typically whiplash injury, with the side and rear of the brain most affected by repeated heading. The change in the rule will hopefully reduce instances where players are asked to head the ball time and time again during one game, putting them at a high risk for TBI/concussions with what's referred to as "2nd impact syndrome." This is when a person suffers a second serious blow to their head before symptoms of a first blow have subsided - which can occur minutes, days, and even weeks after the initial concussion.  Often times at this age, the more common cause of concussion/TBI in soccer players is several small instances in a short period of time that is seriously damaging for young players, rather than one big blow causing a concussion, which does happen from time to time

Lastly, another significant change is the removal of the NPL designation from the U11 and U12 divisions, instead using the "Premier" designation for the top division. The NPL (www.nationalpremierleagues.com) does not carry U11/12 divisions, so there is no need to enforce the same restrictions on those divisions, especially as it relates to participation in the OPL Director's Cup. In 2012 and 2013, the OPL began restricting participation in the Director's Cup tournaments to teams in the First Divisions and lower to ensure an enjoyable, competitive opportunity for those teams. However, fully aware of the value many teams place on this tournament as a fun, end-of-season opportunity for teams to look at their progress, the OPL re-opened the tournament to the premier level teams, and will have gold and silver divisions again for the first time since 2011. 

The progress has, at times, been slow, but the OPL continues our aim to serve our member clubs in a positive capacity, enabling each club to guide their growth and development according to their own beliefs and values. The league has seen our member clubs grow in size as well as make positive strides and player and team development, and will continue to support these clubs in their missions of providing invaluable opportunities within their communities for youth players to grow as players and individuals. Here's to another five years! 

OPL PA Summer Wrap-up

Though most of the OPL Player Academy took a summer hiatus to play with their clubs teams, there were a few age groups in action. 

HS Girls

The HS Girls academy was approached by US Club Soccer to feature in a scrimmage agains the best the country had to offer in the ECNL id2/Nike National Training Camp. This came featured 16 elite girls players born in 1999, and was the 2nd year for this prestigious opportunity, powered by the ECNL, with the camp being held at Nike World Headquarters. 

Representing the OPL PA: Alea Acosta (Crossfire United), Louisa Alstot (FC Portland Academy), Veronica Campuzano (Crossfire United), Haley Clark (Crossfire United), Hanna Clifford (Crossfire United), Hailey Clifford (Crossfire United), Olivia Dendinger (FC Portland Academy), Taylor Halquist (FC Portland Academy), Caitlin Kastelic (FC Portland Academy), Nia McFerrin (Crossfire United), Brianna Miyama (Crossfire United), Mia Palmer (Crossfire United), Ari Pumpelly (Crossfire United), Alex Qualls (Crossfire United), Corinne Togai (FC Portland Academy), Anna Verloo (Crossfire United).

It was a great match between the two squads. The NTC/ECNL group took control of the game early on, holding steady possession and taking their fair share of chances. They squandered an early penalty, and had a couple of chances go off the posts before the half time break. 

After making a few tactical adjustments at halftime, team OPL PA exerted a lot more control on the game by switching to high pressure defensively, doing their best to force turnovers deep in their attacking half by forcing the backs to play out. This strategy ended up paying off for our players when Anna Verloo (Crossfire United) won a ball on the side of the field near the endline, dribbled at the keeper and lashed a shot that when in near post. 

The OPL PA group continued to be impressive, only tiring near the end of the match when the NTC/ECNL id2 team subbed on fresh legs who managed turn the tide a bit back in their favor by keeping the ball with lengthy runs down the sidelines; with only minutes left in the game, one of these runs ended with a cross that resulted in a tap-in goal for the NTC/ECNL id2 team. The game ended in a 1-1 draw. All of the players featured for the OPL PA will have their chances against many of these players again as they join the ECNL this year with either Crossfire United or FC Portland. 

Anna Verloo (11) fends off a defender down the right sideline. 
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West Coast PDP Showcase

In what is becoming a yearly event for our players in the id2 selection age groups, the OPL PA sent the '01 boys and the '00 girls down to Medford for a mini-camp, with the chance to play some of the best players from the West Coast in the NorCal Premier League PDP and the Puget Sound Premier League PDP. 

The 2001 Boys, coaches by Clackamas United DOC Adam "Gaff" Leyland had the more difficult competition of the week, facing off against the bigger, faster, stronger boys of the other teams, who brought their 2000 age group boys. Their first match against the PSPL team was more than a handful, as the PSPL added a few '99 boys for good measure and showed no mercy to their younger counterparts, going up 5-0 at half, before closing out the the game 8-0. With a day to regroup and redouble their efforts, the boys hit the training pitch and worked extensively on how to stay organized on both sides of the ball, as well as their speed of play once they do win the ball. This paid dividends for them in their Thursday game against NorCal. While they didn't end up winning, but they created more quality chances for themselves, and showed a tremendous improvement in their organization and overall quality from their first game.

"I thought the boys had a great week, and stepped up time and time again when I asked them to," Gaff Leyland said following the trip. "It's never easy to come together for a trip like that, especially when you're going to be playing older, more physically developed players, so you're always going to be outmatched in that area. But it gave our players an opportunity to use their mental tools and push themselves to think a bit more tacticially about how they play as individuals and in groups around the field when you're opponent are stronger and faster. Overall, I'm very pleased with how the boys played and their progression through the week." 

2001 Boys

Keita Bacon (NEU PDX), Justin Ching (NEU PDX), Jared Debban (Crossfire Oregon), Narain Dubey (NEU PDX), Nate Feltner (TFC Barcelona), Antonio Feroglia (Pacific FC), Grant Gardner (Crossfire Oregon), Kyle Gregg (Crossfire Oregon), Chase Hoffinger (Crossfire Oregon), Lorenzo Lopez (Crossfire Oregon), Micah Mizushima (FC Portland Academy), Cade Moore (THUSC), Adam Sommer (Crossfire Oregon), Luke Tamimi (Crossfire Oregon), Matthew Vanderipe (Crossfire Oregon), Joshua Verrinder (Pacific FC), Andrew Walker (Crossfire Oregon), Dylan Wehrli (BSC Portland), Morne Wolmarans (FC Portland Academy)

The 2000 Girls, coached by Willamette United and Crossfire Oregon's Kasey Saito, had a better week with their match-ups, facing their own age groups in the NorCal and Puget Sound Premier Leagues. Their biggest liability was not having a regular goalkeeper for the trip, with the players there volunteering their services for a half a game in goal throughout the week. The girls got off to a great start in their first game, winning 3-1 over their northern counterparts. Abi Hoffman (TFA Barcelona) stepped up to the penalty spot to put two chances away, while Madi Ellsworth (THUSC) added the third. Coach Saito put them through their paces the next day at trianing, working on combination play through the middle and final thirds, working to prep the group for their tough match the next day against NorCal. This game is where a goalkeeper would have made a big difference in the outcome, as the girls lost 2-4 to NorCal, despite the plethora of good chances created. It was a good battled through the middle of the field for both teams, and it was Hoffman again stepping up to hit a critical freekick, and Kiyomi Boyes (NEU PDX) burying a penalty kick. 

"The girls had a fantastic week, despite the ending," said Kasey Saito. "It wasn't the ending we wanted or deserved, but these players did a great job all week, every training and both games. It was a bummer we didn't have a keeper make the trip, but I'm so proud of the group for stepping up in ways I didn't think they could at first. They worked hard for themselves and each other, and you could see it pay off on the field. I am very impressed with the overall quality of this group, and look forward to continuing to work with them." 

2000 Girls 

Elise Adams (THUSC), Kiyomi Boys (NEU PDX), Maddison Ellsworth (THUSC), Janeah Greagor (Hillsboro SC), Abi Hoffman (TFA Barcelona), Krystal Kaufman (FC Salmon Creek), Ally Lee (NEU PDX), Niamh McDade (Southside SC), Laura Mickel (FC Salmon Creek), Kira Saito (Willamette United SC), Sami Siems (THUSC), Nitholi Tate (NEU PDX), Ally Thom (THUSC)

SIMPLY AWESOME

Fingernails are in short supply around the players, coaches, and families of the GU13 FC Salmon Creek Nemesis. Their five-game run through the National Championship at the NPL Finals saw them win 4 of their 5 games by slim, one-goal margins before finally, triumphantly hoisting that trophy. Adjusting to the heat and humidity throughout the tournament in North Carolina wasn't easy for the Nemesis, but they managed to put together some of their finest performances of the year against top competition from around the country. 

"I am very proud of how my team stepped up and adjusted to the different style of play that was presented," said Salmon Creek coach Tina Ellertson. "Their mental toughness and belief in each other was amazing."

Salmon Creek's draw had them matched up against nationally-renowned Match Fit Academy from New Jersey on day one of the competition. A pitched, back-and-forth battle, Salmon Creek and Match Fit traded goals over the 70 minute game, with Nemesis finishing on top at the final whistle, 4-3. Maddie Goss delivered in a big way for her team, with two goals for the Nemesis scoring effort, including the game-winner, while Brin Wolvert and Ava Benedetti scored the other two. 

NEFC, based in Massachusetts were the day two foe for Salmon Creek, but the Nemesis were up to the task earning a 1-0 win. Again it was Goss playing the hero, connecting with a Savanna Harshbarger corner for the goal's only game. Nemesis also got a big game from goalkeeper Hallie Byzewski who kept NEFC off the scoring sheet for the shutout. 

With 6-points and sitting at the top of their group, Nemesis had a little breathing room for their third game of group play; while there were multiple scenarios for advancement for the whole group, a tie was all they needed to assure their advancement to the semifinals. Playing the Mississippi Rush, who desparately needed a win to force tiebreakers for advancement, the Salmon Creek players were stellar on defence, stifling the attack from the Rush, ultimately drawing 1-1. Bella Serrano made a run out of the back and played a give and go with Bendetti before burying the ball in the back of the net for Salmon Creek. 

Ellertson didn't have long to prep her team for the next day's semis, so rest and recovery were key for Salmon Creek before they took on the Michigan Hawks the next day. "It's a great challenge for the girls," Ellertson remarked after the tournament. "It's always great to get your team out of the area competing against teams they have never seen."

After dispatching teams from New Jersey, Massachussets, and Mississippi, the Michigan Hawks were the next team between Salmon Creek and the National Championship. It would again take another outstanding performance from Byzewski in goal for the Nemesis to push them to the final. She came up huge time and time again, earning her second shutout of the tournament. On the offensive end, it was Goss finding the goal again for Salmon Creek, her team-leading fourth goal of the tournament and second gamewinner, winning 1-0. 

"The atmosphere around the tournament was excellent," said Ellertson. "It was very well run, with great competition and great facitlities. With the quality of teams we played, we were thrilled to be in the final"

Salmon Creek would match up again with a team they dispatched in group play, the NEFC Elite. It wouldn't be easy this time around, as NEFC were ready for the team that had beaten them 1-0 a few days' earlier. After four days of playing on the humid fields of North Carolina, it would take an outstanding team effort from back to front. Nemesis earned their first goal when Mackenzie Ellertson connected with a Harshbarger free kick and the trophy was within reach. Nemesis would need one more goal to see off NEFC and it would be Ava Benedetti who delivered the gamewinner for her club. Byzewski was called upon several times in the last ten minutes to make huge saves in goal to keep the 2-1 scoreline. When the final whistle blew, the girls from Salmon Creek could definitively say they had earned their trophy and the National Championship medals they could now proudly wear around their neck. 

Ellertson high hopes for her team over the coming year. "I hope this tournament gives them the confidence to continue to push themselves collectively and individually," she said. With a strong core of players, the team is primed to make another run through the OPL NPL this year to earn a shot to defend their national championship next year.  "I am excited to see them grow over this year and I am super proud of each and every player."

 

 

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS X2

In a remarkable feat for a youth team from the Northwest, the girls under-15 team from Tualatin Hills United SC have won back-to-back National Championships for their club. Onyx, last year's winners of the NPL Finals at U14, ran rampant through the OPL Winter League's U15/U16 NPL Division to earn their way back to the NPL Finals to defend last year's championship, which they did in fine form going unbeaten and unscored upon for the duration of the tournament.

THUSC Director of Coaching, as well as the Onyx's head coach Tom Atencio was thrilled his team had a chance to play on the elite platform of the NPL Finals. "The benefit of the NPL  is to compete in an event outside of the NW against teams from the Midwest, south and Northeast, and we got to do just that against teams from Texas, Louisiana, New Jersey, and California. It was a great event for our team." 

THUSC got their trophy defense going with a steam-rolling of Baton Rouge SC in their opening game of group play, winning 7-0. McKenzie Weinert netted a brace for Onyx, while Hannah Clifford, Haley Clifford, Eileen Reyna, Haley Clark, and Lindsey Howard knocked in one apiece. 

In their next game, against newer club Space City FC out of Houston, Onyx continued to spread the scoring love around the team, with a different player scoring each of their four goals in their win. Haley Clark, Lacey Adye, Hannah Clifford, and Lindsey Howard were the goalscorers on Day 2, putting Onyx to the top of their group table, setting up a Day 3 showdown with perennial girls soccer powerhouse PDA, out of New Jersey, for group champion. 

The Day 3 showdown proved to be a cagey affair, with both teams needing only a tie to advance, based on the wild card rules to advance to the semifinals. Both coaches chose to not to tip their hand, with the potential to face each other again in the semis, and the game ultimately ended in a draw, with neither team scoring any goals. THUSC managed to stay at the top of the group on goal differential, but it didn't make much difference for they would have another shot at each other a day later in the semifinals. Said Atencio "with the heat and humidity in North Carolina, our players needed to be very disciplined with regard to hydration and rest."

In the penultimate game, THUSC managed to bring something different and just a little more to the game than their New Jersey counterparts, ultimately winning 2-0 on an early second half goal from Monet Kunz, with Haley Clark adding the second and putting the game out of reach for PDA and Onyx through to the final. 

The California-based opponent, Carlsbad United, had a similar romp through group play, as Onyx, going undefeated, and earning their spot in the final with the same 2-0 scoreline as Onyx. But the kids from Oregon were just too much to handle, overwhelming Carlsbad all over the field, winning 3-0 for their second national championship trophy. Hannah Clifford delivered in a big way for Onyx with two great goals, earning her the top scoring honors for her team with 4 goals. Monet Kunz also found the net in the final, ensuring her side would be hoisting that national championship trophy once more. 

And it has to be said, the goalkeeping tandem of Sarajean Edwards and Emma Hinson were outstanding for Onyx. Neither gave up a goal over the course of the 5-game tournament, giving their team a tremendous amount of confidence going forward knowing they had things in hand at the back. 

"This was such an outstanding tournament," Atencio commented after Onyx's win. "It was very well organized and the fields were good condition for the players to play at their highest level. As a group, we are so happy to finish our year like this, and as the club director I couldn't be more proud of them. This group, along with several key additions from around our area, will get to move into the ECNL with Crossfire United next year, the top proving ground for girls soccer in our country, and I think they are ready for the challenge."

For now, they'll get some much need rest and relaxation before taking on their respective high school soccer seasons and regrouping with their new ECNL club in November. 

 

 





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