Spiritwear Sales

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T-shirts - $20-$25
Crew Neck Sweatshirts - $30
Hoodies - $35 - $50
Don't forget to get your chair $30 or umbrella $25 while supplies last

SPECIAL ADDITION T-SHIRTS - Support the Hawks for their amazing accomplishment in becoming the ECNL Club Champions 2015.

Sunday 10/4/15: 291 Highlands Drive, Canton from 10am to 2pm**  will be offering personalization with players number for $5 at this location only.

Big sales:

**Buy a chair get a free gift**

Last years shorts $10 while supplies last

Long Sleeve Red and Gold jerseys $20

Lots of $5-$10 items

Look for the black trailer and we accept cash, checks or credit cards.

Malia Berkley and Natalie Winters go to National Camp

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The U.S. Under-19 Women’s National Team will hold its fourth and final training camp of the year when it comes together from Oct. 3-10 at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, California.

The U-19 WNT is finishing its first year of programing since 2004 when the age group switched to Under-20s as FIFA’s world championship moved from a U-19 competition that was staged in 2002 and 2004 to the U-20 Women’s World Cup which has been held every two years since 2006.

All the players in this age group are eligible for the team that will attempt to qualify for the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup to be held in Papua New Guinea.

Of the 24 players called up, 15 were born in 1997, and eight were born in 1998. Jan. 1, 1996, is the age cutoff for the next U-20 Women’s World Cup. Jitka Klimkova, one of the USA’s Women’s Development Coaches, will run the camp and has also called up Gabby Seiler from the University of Florida as an overage player to do some evaluation for possible inclusion in upcoming U-23 Women’s National Team events.

U.S. U-19 WNT Roster by Position:

GOALKEEPERS (3): Jordyn Bloomer (FC Wisconsin Eclipse; Hartland, Wis.), Lauren Rood (Crossfire Premier; Camas, Wash.) Brittany Wilson (Real Colorado; Littleton, Colo.)

DEFENDERS (8): Malia Berkely (Michigan Hawks; Liberty Township, Ohio),  Brooke Bingham (NC Fusion; Jefferson, N.C.), Holly Daugirda (Utah Avalanche; Salt Lake City, Utah), Taylor Hallmon (Concorde Fire; Panama City, Fla.), Gabby Seiler (University of Florida; Peachtree City, Ga.), Mackenzie Smith (Empire United SA; Bath, N.Y.), Amanda Visco (PDA-Arsenal; Manalapan, N.J.), Natalie Winters (Michigan Hawks; Plymouth, Mich.)

MIDFIELDERS (6): Grace Bahr (Internationals SC; Broadview Heights, Ohio), Alyssa Baumbick (Internationals SC; Avon Lake, Ohio), Angeline Daly (Jacksonville FC; Ponte Vedra Beach Fla.), Cadie Higginson (Albion Hurricanes FC; New Orleans, La.), Julia Lenhardt (Dallas Sting; Frisco, Texas), Christina Trickett (Internationals SC; Independence, Ohio)

FORWARDS (7): Jenna Bike (Connecticut FC; Trumbull, Conn.), Sydney Brackett (FC Stars; Hollis, N.H.), Mia Corbin (Crossfire; Maple Valley, Wash.), Stefani Doyle (Dallas Sting; Lewisville, Texas), Cyera Hintzen (Dallas Sting; Plano, Texas), Malia Lyken (Cook Inlet Soccer Club; Anchorage, Alaska), Katie Pingel (So Cal Blues SC; Torrance, Calif.)

Abby Rubinson Cup 2015

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The U9 Wolves 07 team participated in the Abby Cup this past weekend, Sept 25-27.  The boys went undefeated and took home the Championship trophy.  We were pleased to be able to participate in this tournament for a great cause and raised funds to donate to The Rainbow Connection which is an organization that supports families whose children have cancer.

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Michigan Wolves-Hawks Winter 1 Classes

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The Michigan Wolves and Hawks Finishing

The Michigan Wolves and Hawks will offer Finishing Classes this winter that are open to players from any club. Players will spend the hour finishing with both feet and with all different surfaces. We will take no more than 45 player registrations due to space limitations.

Where: Total Soccer Wixom, 30990 South Wixom Rd, Wixom, MI

Camp Staff: Doug Landefeld, Adil Salmoni, Michelle Krzisnik, and Sam Cheaib

Dates: Sunday November 8th, 15th, 22nd and December 6th, 13th

Time: 3:50pm for ages 9-11

4:50pm for ages 12-14

Cost: $105 ($120 after October 20th)

Please register by going to the link below and then send a check for $105 (or $120 after October 20th).The checks should be made out to Michigan Wolves and Hawks Soccer Camp. Please send check to:

Michigan Wolves Soccer Camp, 34735 Bristol St, Livonia, MI 48154


Michigan Wolves and Hawks Friday night Technical Sessions

The Michigan Wolves and Hawks will offer Friday Night Technical Sessions beginning November 5th. Cost for the 6 sessions will be $75 if registration is received by October 15th. After October 15th, the registration fee will increase to $90.

These technical sessions will focus on very specific skills that will help each player's ability to perform on the field.

*The camp is open to players from any club*

Camp Staff: Doug Landefeld and Sam Cheaib, plus additional Wolves and Hawks Coaches

Dates: November 5th, 12th, 19th and December 4th, 11th

Time: 6:00- 7:00PM for Ages 9, 10, 11

7:00 - 8:00PM for Ages 12, 13, 14

Cost: $75 if received by October 15th, after October 15th the fee increase to $90

***Technical Sessions will be limited to 30 players***

To register, please click on the list below and send a check for $75 (or $90 after 3/15).  The checks should be made out to Michigan Wolves and Hawks Soccer Camp and sent to:

Michigan Wolves Soccer Camp 34735 Bristol St, Livonia, MI 48154


Winter College Combines
 Michigan Hawks January 23rd
Michigan Wolves January 24th

Registration details out soon!

U7 Hawks win Force Invitational

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The U7 Hawks 09 team played in the Force Invitational this weekend, coached by Tia Perry. The girls out scored their opponents by a margin of 43 goals with only conceding 3 goals. They played Michigan Jaguars 09 Green in the final game, with a result of 6-3 to win the championship! Great job HAWKS!

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Hawks and Wolves in College this week

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Erin Doster scores first collegiate goal in UMASS 1-0 win. http://www.umassathletics.com/sports/w-soccer/recaps/091715aaa.html

Brenna Lovera scores first collegiate goal in 1-0 for Northwestern over Purdue.'Cats Open League Play with Win at Purdue

See what Ashton Miller says about the ACC and after she scores goal for Duke.Miller Talks About Opening ACC Action Sunday
Blue Devils Erupt for Six Goals Against App. State

Mallory Weber scores winning goal for Penn State vs Wisconsin.  No. 4 Nittany Lions Blank Badgers, 4-0 - Women's Soccer - Penn State University Official Athletic Site

Alexis Warner scores both goals as MSU gets past Iowa 2-1. Spartans Snap Hawkeyes Winning Streak - Michigan State Official Athletic Site

Sam Thorton starts for Slippery Rock as they win and move to 4-1.  Rock cruises to 4-0 win vs. IUP

Sam Riga assists on two goals in GVSU win.  #10 Lakers Win Big in Rainy GLIAC Opener

Jimmy Fiscus and Ken Korlicki play well in tie vs Maryland for MSU.   No. 20 Michigan State Mens Soccer Battles No. 8 Maryland to 0-0 Draw Friday - Michigan State Official Athletic Site

Morris Kamara scores goal in win over Roosevelt  Spring Arbor University Athletics - Men s Soccer downs Roosevelt, Cornerstone

Chase Pagini assists on winning goal as Colgate gets past UC Riverside.  Ouligian’s OT Game-Winner Lifts Raiders

Andre Morris plays 90 minutes as U of M shuts out Northwestern.  Win 150: U-M Blanks Northwestern for Milestone Victory

Rhys Moller records first collegiate win as Cornell beats Air Force and wins tournament defensive MVP.  Men’s Soccer Earns First Victory, Wins CU Inaria Cup

Andrew Prince and Bobby Budlong score as Albion beats Kalamazoo 2-1. Prince Nets Game-Winner

Hawks 05 Schaumburg Soccerfest Finalists

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The 2014-2015 tryout season brought many new players to the Hawks 05 team this year, making our first out of town tournament exciting to watch.

Congratulations Hawks 05 in making it to the finals at the Schaumburg Soccerfest!

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Hawks in College #3

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Allison Krause scores golden goal to beat New Mexico. Spartans Vanquish New Mexico in Overtime - Michigan State Official Athletic Site

Ashton Miller scores golden goal for Duke.  Miller's Golden Goal Lifts No. 15 Duke Past Samford

 Michelle Manning scores golden goal for Northwestern NU Defeats Colorado to Close Non-Conference Slate

Courtney Scott scores game winning goal for Northwestern 'Cats Strike Twice in Win Over Rams

Mallory Weber gets game winner vs Santa Clara Weber Tallies Game Winner Against Santa Clara


Weber Tallies Game Winner Against Santa Clara

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Summer Green scores again to help UNC past UCLA.  Green & Scarpa Lift #4 Tar Heels Past Bruins

Rachel Marble assists goal for Miami of Ohio to get past Rice.  Zalar Zaps Owls Twice in RedHawks' 2-0 Victory Miami University RedHawks Official Athletic Site

Jenny Fichera gets goal and assist vs Dayton  Dayton Defeats Soccer Team 5-2 Friday Night

Sam Riga gets two assists for GVSU to beat Cal State Bernadino http://www.gvsulakers.com/news/2015/9/11/WSOC_0911155055.aspx?path=wsoc

Jessie Bujouves scores tying goal for IU.  Indiana Draws with Ball State, 1-1

Captain Shannon McCarthey leads University of Miami Florida to 3 straight wins.  @CanesFutbol Captain’s Corner: Sept. 10, 2015

Caitlin Clem earns first career shutout for Wisconsin.  Battling Badgers earn second-straight double overtime draw - UWBadgers.com - The Official Athletic Site of the Wisconsin Badgers

Hawks in College Labor Day Weekend

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Megan Buckingham scores first goal in first game coming off injury. Buckingham’s Late Goal Earns Tar Heels Draw 1-1

Taylor Lambouris scores first collegiate goal in victory http://www.loyolaramblers.com/sports/w-soccer/recaps/090615aaa.html

Ashton Miller chosen to all tournament team featuring UNC, USC, Duke and California.  Blue Devils Fall, 3-1, to No. 25 California Sunday

Michelle Manning scores for Northwestern.  'Cats Defeat Billikens 2-1 in Toyota Park Debut

Paige Dobbs, Tiffany Buckler help WMU tie Notre Dame. Women's Soccer Ties No. 6 Notre Dame 2-2 in 2OT

Jenny Fichera assists on tying goal for Rice. Owls & SMU Finish In 1-1 Deadlock

Lulu Haidar scores in win vs Portland. Wolverines Thump Portland in Game One of Husky Invite

Blake Townes has game winning assist for Notre Dame

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - After more than 200 minutes of scoreless soccer, the University of Notre Dame men's soccer team got the breakthrough it was waiting for. Freshman Thomas Ueland connected on the winning goal with 1:28 left in the second overtime to send the No. 4/10 Irish to a 1-0 victory over No. 14/13 Indiana on Sunday in the final game of the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic in front of a raucous 4,226 fans at Armstrong Stadium.

Notre Dame (1-0-1) earned its second straight shutout after previously tying No. 13/6 Maryland 0-0 on Friday in the season opener for both teams. Indiana (1-1-0) held a 14-6 edge in total shots, but the Irish finished with a narrow 3-2 lead in shots on goal.

A cross from the left flank by Blake Townes found Ueland in the 18-yard box in the 109th minute. Ueland made the most of the opportunity, sending a high shot past Indiana goalkeeper Colin Webb and into the right corner of the net at 108:32 for the game-winner.