Looking for Players

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The Michigan Wolves-Hawks Soccer Club is looking for more players for the following teams:

U9 Hawks Red - call Tia Perry for more info 734-756-3970

U7 Hawks - call Tim Ernst for more info 734-323-3680

Hawks 01 advance to Finals at Nationals

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Game 1 vs Dallas Kicks: Kaya Frazier started off the scoring with a long left footed shot from outside the box.  In the second half, Erin MacDonald scored a header goal off of a corner kick.  Then Lily Lucas placed a free kick perfectly under the crossbar from outside of the 18.  Kaya Frazier finished off the scoring with another left footed rocket shot.

Game 2 vs South Shore Select(MA):  The first half was scoreless as the teams got to know each other.  Lily Lucas scored the only two goals of the game on a PK and a long shot from way outside box.

Game 3 vs San Diego Surf Academy: The third game of round robin play featured the top two rated teams in the country.  The first half was scoreless as both teams had good opportunities.  Lily Lucas scored the games only goal two minutes into the second half on a shot from 40 yards out.

The Finals are on Saturday at 6:00PM.  The Hawks will have a rematch with the San Diego Surf Academy.  The game will be streamed live on the internet at http://championships.usyouthsoccer.org/live

Go Hawks !!!!

Wolves Summer Camp

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The Michigan Wolves U8, U9, and U10 Boys finished up their fourth day of team camp with a day at the beach. Team camp was 9AM-2-PM Monday-Wednesday on the grass and Thursday on the sand.

We wish these boys the best of luck in their 2014-2015 Season.

 

Summercamp

Live games from 2014 US Youth Soccer National Championships

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Our U13 Hawks 01 and U15 Wolves 99 are playing in the USYSA National Championships this week. The games start tomorrow (Tuesday). Please see the information below regarding how to live stream the games and how to follow the scores. Go Wolves and Hawks!!!

http://championships.usyouthsoccer.org/live__stream_2_PM/  is the live stream of U15 wolves.

 

Live games from 2014 US Youth Soccer National Championships announced.  Play begins Tuesday, July 22 at 8 a.m. ET  Live Game Schedule

Follow the moments: Official Website | Scores and Standings | Video | LIVE GAMES
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GERMANTOWN, MD. (July 21, 2014) — US Youth Soccer will provide ongoing live coverage of the 2014 US Youth Soccer National Championships, presented by the National Guard, with more than 80 live games available next week. The National Championships will begin Tuesday, July 22 with first games scheduled for 8 a.m. ET.

“Every year US Youth Soccer looks to provide more to best highlight the achievements of these youth athletes as they reach the highest level of play for male and female players in the United States,” said Todd Roby, director of marketing and communications for US Youth Soccer. “A few years ago we launched live scoring on our championships website and then began broadcasting the storied Under-19 Boys McGuire Cup. This year, proving once again the commitment of US Youth Soccer to the game, we are taking live to another level with over 80 games showcasing our athletes as they make the most of their moment.” 

All live games will be available at no cost and in high definition, with commentators calling the action to further showcase the nation’s top athletes. To access the live streams for group play games on July 22-24, as well as semifinal and final matchups July 26-27, go to http://championships.usyouthsoccer.org/live.

Each of the 14 National Championship final matches, as well as broadcasts from several games each day throughout group play and the semifinals, will allow family, friends, scouts and fans live access to the moments that make the championships youth soccer’s highest achievement. Viewers can access the schedule of games to be shown each day during group play by going to http://championships.usyouthsoccer.org/live.

Tourbeau Sports Group, production partner for the National Championships, is a leader in live broadcasts, producing some of the most elite sporting events in the country. It works with groups such as U.S. Soccer, MLS, NWSL, NCAA and more — leveraging the latest technologies to become a cleaner, faster, more mobile company, while providing HD-quality productions to clients at every level of the industry. 

Pool play will take place July 22-24 and feature 96 teams playing three games each, with matches from select fields streamed live throughout the three days. As the field narrows to 28 finalists vying for the National Championship on Saturday, July 26 and Sunday, July 27, live broadcasts will be available as each team aims to complete the final step of its journey and write its name in the history of youth soccer.

Share this link, http://championships.usyouthsoccer.org/live, with anyone who is interested in watching the games live.

Each summer, the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series crowns the boys and girls National Champion in seven age groups (Under-13 through Under-19). The finals are a culmination of a year-long series of competitions at the state and regional levels which provides approximately 185,000 players on over 10,000 teams from 55 US Youth Soccer State Associations the opportunity to showcase their soccer skills against the best competition in the nation.

Annually, the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series provides the nation’s top collegiate and professional coaches with the premier stage to identify and scout the most coveted players in the country.

Lars Richters awarded Coach of the Year in the Central Conference

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CHICAGO (July 20, 2014) - The U.S. Soccer Development Academy has named its conference award winners for Player of the Year and Coach of the Year. Additional accolades include a Starting XI for each conference at each age group, as well as team- and club-focused awards.

Jeremy Ebobisse (Bethesda-Olney) was named Player of the Year in the East Conference for the Under-15/16s (1997-98 birth years). Collin Fernandez (Chicago Fire) won the award in the Central and Sebastian Saucedo (Real Salt Lake AZ) in the West. For Coach of the Year, Matias Asorey (Kendall SC) was the winner in the East Conference. Lars Richters (Crew Soccer Academy Wolves) won in the Central and Teddy Chronopoulos (Pateadores) took the honors in the West.

For the Under-17/18s (1995-96 birth years), the Players of the Year were Brian White (Players Development Academy) in the East, Alan Winn (Solar Chelsea FC) in the Central and Adonis Amaya (LA Galaxy) in the West. Matt Pilkington (Bethesda-Olney) was the Coach of the Year in the East, with Tim Carter (Shattuck-St. Mary's Soccer Academy) and Derek Armstrong (Nomads SC) winning the award in the Central and West, respectively.

For the overall awards, the Philadelphia Union was named the Best Overall Club in the East Conference. FC Dallas earned the same distinction in the Central and the award went to the LA Galaxy in the West. To be considered for this award, a club must have a U-12 through Pro Development pathway.

In the Under-13/14 age group (1990-00 birth years), the Development Academy does not award individual players but does recognize Coaches of the Year, along with team and club awards. Marcelo Neveleff (Weston FC) took home Coach of the Year honors in the East Conference, with Dave Richardson (Sockers FC) and Shaun Tsakaris (De Anza Force) garnering the honors in the Central and West Conferences, respectively.

Wolves 00 have success in post-season play!

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The Michigan Wolves 00 team coached by Sam Cheaib have returned from a week of post season play at the NPL national finals in Greensboro, North Carolina.  The team earned a spot in the U14 division after winning the MDL regional championship in June.  The finals held at Bryant Park featured league winning teams from 16 NPL divisions.  The Wolves 00 team faced tough competition from the very beginning but came out strong with a 4-0 win vs Parsippany NPL99 from the Northeast league.  They tied the very physical team from Oregon the BSC Hood River Strikers 1-1 in a tough battle.  Their final bracket play was a 3-2 victory over the Santa Rosa United Arsenal from the Pacific Conference.   In their semi-final match,  the Wolves met Real Colarado U14 Athletico.  Equally matched in skill and possession the deciding factor in this 1-0 loss was a PK awarded to the opposing team.   Congratualtions to the Wolves 00 team.  They completed a wonderful season and ended with a total record of 47-3-4. 

Summer Camp July 28-31, 2014

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The Michigan Wolves and Hawks will offer a summer soccer camp, July 28th-31st at JayCee
Park, 19800 Mayfield Street in Livonia. Cost for the 4 day camp is $115, if received before
July 11th, $135, if received after. In addition to quality instruction with many of our club
coaches using the club’s proven curriculum, each player will also receive a camp t-shirt. This
year, the camp will be attended by one or more of the Columbus Crew Professional Soccer
Players who will sign autographs. During the camp, players will be placed into groups based on
both age and ability after the first day. The camp is open to players from any club.


Camp Staff– Doug Landefeld, Adil Salmoni, Sam Cheaib, Lars Richters and Bryan Thorp
Time: 10:00-12:00
Ages: 5-15

To register for camp, please complete form (link), including the waiver and send a check for
$115 if sent before July 11th ($135 after the 11th).

Also, please register on line at http://adisal.us3.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=14c68c89457fa63646ef5cc22&id=ce7ed224e4&e=af8375389c