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2015 State Cup and Junior State Cup

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The race is on for State Cup titles. Who will advance to the State Cup Finals and Regionals?

Going into the Semi-Finals of Junior State Cup and State Cup the Michigan Wolves-Hawks Soccer Club will have the most teams per club with14 teams competing to advance to the Finals.
Join the action on Saturday May 30th and Sunday May31st in Saginaw, MI as the Michigan Wolves-Hawks reach for the stars.  Each year our teams strive to put another star on our club logo by winning a National Championship.  The drive starts at the semi-finals but how far can each team go?  Check out our teams:
Saturday, May 30, 2015
TimeHome TeamResultsAway TeamLocation
9:00 AM
U18 GR CREW JUNIORS 97 GOLD 3 - 0  U18 MICHIGAN WOLVES 97 Saginaw #2
11:30 AM U17 MICHIGAN WOLVES 98 1 - 2 U17 MICHIGAN IMPACT 98 WHITE Saginaw #7
11:30 AM U15 MICHIGAN JAGUARS 00 GREEN 1 - 0 U15 MICHIGAN WOLVES 00 Saginaw #2
4:30 PM U13 WAZA FC EAST 02 JUNIORS   U13 MICHIGAN HAWKS 02 Saginaw #7
9:00 AM U12 MICHIGAN WOLVES 03 DA 1 - 2 U12 KINGDOM SELECT 03 DA Saginaw #19
11:00 AM U12 MICHIGAN HAWKS 03 DA 8 - 2 U12 MI JAGUARS GREEN 03 DA Saginaw #20
 1:00 PM U11 MI JAGUARS GREEN '04 DA   U11 MICHIGAN WOLVES 04 DA Saginaw #18
 3:00 PM U11 MICHIGAN HAWKS 04 DA   U11 MI JAGUARS GREEN '04 DA Saginaw #17
Sunday, May 31, 2015
TimeHome TeamResultsAway TeamLocation
4:30 PM
9:00 AM
U18 Semi-Finals A Winner   U18 Semi Finals B Winner Saginaw #3
11:30 AM U17 Semi-Finals A Winner   U17 Semi Finals B Winner Saginaw #6
2:00 PM U16 Semi-Finals A Winner   U16 Semi Finals B Winner Saginaw #3
11:30 AM U15 Semi-Finals A Winner   U15 Semi Finals B Winner Saginaw #3
2:00 PM U13 Semi-Finals A Winner   U13 Semi Finals B Winner Saginaw #6
4:30 PM U13 Girls Semi-Finals A Winner   U13 Girls Semi Finals B Winner Saginaw #3
9:00 AM U12 Boys DA Semi-Finals A Winner   U12 Boys DA Semi Finals B Winner Saginaw #7
11:00 AM WAZA FC East 03 Juniors   Michigan Hawks 03 Saginaw #7
1:00 PM U12B 2nd Div Semi-Finals A Winner   U12B 2nd Div Semi Finals B Winner Saginaw #7
 3:00 PM U12G 2nd Div Semi-Finals A Winner   U12G 2nd Div Semi Finals B Winner Saginaw #7
1:00 PM U11 Boys DA Semi-Finals A Winner   U11 Boys DA Semi Finals B Winner Saginaw #14
3:00 PM U11 Girls DA Semi-Finals A Winner   U11 Girls DA Semi Finals B Winner Saginaw #14
9:00 AM U10 Boys Semi-Finals A Winner   U10 Boys Semi-Final B Winner Saginaw 5A

Hawks ECNL teams qualify for National Championship Tournament

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The U16 Hawks ECNL team ended the weekend with a 2-1 vs Penn Fusion.  An early goal by Megan Young  and then a late goal by Maddie Lucas proved to be enough to cap off a tremendous weekend for the team.  This game followed yesterday's 3-3 tie with National Runner-Up DeAnza Force.  In that game, the Hawks were down 3-0 with 15 minutes left in the game.  Lexxe Lipsey then scored 3 goals in 7 minutes tie the gamet.   The 16s ended the regular season ranked #3 in the nation.

The U15s registered three 2-1 victories vs FC Stars of Mass, PDA and World Class.  Goals today by Madison Myers and Ariana Griffin secured the win vs host club PDA.

The 17s tied Penn Fusion today 3-3, with goals by Emma Toykuma, Josie Fowler and Ani Ramon.

For the second year in a row all 5 Hawks ECNL teams qualify for the National Championship Tournament.  Last year the Hawks were one of 3 clubs to have all 5 in the Championship.  Great job girls and thanks to the parents for all your support.

Canton Cup Champions

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Congratulations to the Hawks 06 for winning the U9 Girls Division 1 Canton Cup Championship by outscoring their opponents 25:1. Coach John Buchanan also brought home the Championship in the U8 Girls Division 1.

Lots of smiles!  Go Hawks !!!

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US Youth Soccer National League announces expansion for 2016-17 season

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Beginning in the 2016-17 season, the US Youth Soccer National League will expand from 16 to 32 teams in each of the Under-15, Under-16 and Under-17 gender age groups.

The National League will continue with the same two-event format, as each gender age group will be split into eight-team divisions, with each side playing seven games. The increase in teams will allow for more qualification opportunities for the top performers from the four US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues, as the automatic qualifying spots for each Regional League doubles from two to four teams for the Under-15, Under-16 and Under-17 age groups.

“We have received feedback from club leaders in support of expanding the National League based on their positive experiences in the league,” National League commissioner Paul Luchowski said. “We value the input of those in the league and look forward to welcoming even more proven, top-level teams to the league.”

The National League is designed to reward teams for developing elite talent and earning success in US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues and Regional Championships, as the top finishing teams in these competitions directly qualify for the National League. Once in the National League, the top teams from each age group division also secure a spot to return to National League play the following season.

The league’s qualification format provides teams with an opportunity to test themselves against some of the most talented competition in the country, as each team has to earn its place in the National League based on league or cup success. With meaningful matchups against proven competition from across the country, the National League provides an avenue for continued development and opportunities for exposure at the collegiate, professional and National Team levels.

The 32 teams that qualify for the 2016-17 National League in the expanded age groups are expected to come from the following:

-- 4 top returning 2015-16 National League teams (a total of 4 teams)

-- 4 top teams from each of the four Regional Leagues (a total of 16 teams)

-- 4 Regional Championship Representatives to the 2016 National Championships (a total of 4 teams)

-- 8 additional teams to come from either Regional League, Regional Championship or National League play yet to be determined (a total of 8 teams)

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In addition to recruiting opportunities, the top National League teams earn a ticket to the US Youth Soccer National Championships, making each match valuable and creating an added element of pressure as players compete for a chance to play for the National Championship.

Beginning in the 2016-17 season, the Under-15, Under-16 and Under-17 gender age groups will be split into four divisions of eight teams, with the top finisher in each division earning an automatic berth to the National Championships. The National League’s automatic qualifiers will retain the current structure for the Under-14 and Under-18 age groups, with the top two teams from each of the two divisions advancing to Nationals.

Since its inception, National League teams have captured a combined 31 of 48 possible National Championships. For a list of past National League champions and history, click here.

Entering its ninth season in 2015-16, the National League’s alumni have gone on to prove themselves at the collegiate and professional levels, with former players competing in NCAA Division I, II and III, Major League Soccer, National Women’s Soccer League, English Premier League and the UEFA Champions League.

This summer, National League alum Morgan Brian will add the FIFA Women’s World Cup to the list when she competes in Canada with the U.S. Women’s National Team.

The National League is an extension of the highly successful US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues (US Youth Soccer Region I Champions League, Midwest Regional League, Southern Regional Premier League and Far West Regional League). For more information on the National League, visit

ECNL in New Jersey

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The Michigan Hawks went 2-0-1 on Saturday at the PDA Showcase on Saturday.

The U16s avenged last year's disappointing last season's final game vs Albertson Fury by scoring 3 second half goals, by Maddie Lucas, Sarah Clark and Izzy Rodriguez.  The 3-0 win was a great start heading into tomorrow's game versus last year's national runner up, DeAnza Force.

The U15 Hawks scored 2 second half goals, by Camryn Evans and beat FC Stars of Mass 2-1.  Julia Lower made two late saves to preserve the victory.

The U17s Hawks played a very entertaining game vs Real So Cal.  Kathleen McEachern and Bethany Kopel shared the shutout as the game ended 0-0.

Summer Camp July 2015

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Enjoy the summer while refining you’re skills before you join you’re new teammates. This Summer Training Camp was created to enhance and continue the development of the individual. For the forth straight summer we are offering 9 total sessions that cover different areas of the game (Dribbling, Passing, Finishing and Small Sided Games). This camp is a great tool to stay sharp throughout the summer in addition to attending weekly camps. Our camp is offered Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for 3 weeks of July. So come out and join us at the friendly confines of Jaycee Park in Livonia!

When: Tuesday’s, Wednesday’s and Thursday’s in July (7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23)
Who: All Players (U8-U18 5:30-7pm)
Jaycee Park, 32501 Pembroke St., Livonia, MI 48152
Cost and Packages: $199 for 9 Sessions, 6 Sessions for $150 or 30$ per session.
Registration Deadline: July 1st

What you get: Tuesday- Dribbling.   Wednesday- Striking and Finishing. Thursday- Passing and Receiving

Coaching Staff: Chris Stevanovic, Scott Duhl, Lars Richters, Bryan Thorp and other Wolves-Hawks coaches.

* If you have any question please contact Scott Duhl at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (734) 891-6272

Please mail in this printable form with payment

Ally Haran named on U19 WNT roster for Chula Vista Camp

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The U.S. Under-19 Women’s National Team will hold its second training camp of the year when it comes together from May 16-23 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif.

U.S. Soccer is staging U-19 WNT programing this year for the first time 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 in 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014.

The reinstitution of the U-19s is a part of an overall increase in programing for the USA’s youth women’s and girls’ national teams which now has teams at the U-14, U-15, U-16, U-17, U-18, U-19, U-20 and U-23 levels.

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. FIFA has announced that the tournament would be held in Papua New Guinea.

Of the 24 players called up, 18 were born in 1997 and six were born in 1996, which is the age cutoff year for the next U-20 Women’s World Cup. Four of the players are college.

At this camp the U-19 Women’s National Team is being guided by Women’s Development Coach Jitka Klimkova. Her staff will include U.S. Soccer Youth Women’s Technical Director April Heinrichs as well as Women’s Head Development Coach April Kater and Women’s Development Coaches Mark Carr and Tricia Taliaferro. 

U.S. U-19 WNT Roster by Position:
GOALKEEPERS (3): Ella Dederick (Washington State; Camarillo, Calif.), Devon Kerr (Glen Shields FC; Barrie, Ontario), Lauren Rood (Crossfire Premier; Camas, Wash.)
DEFENDERS (8): Schuyler DeBree (PDA; Fair Haven, N.J.), Indigo Gibson (California; Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.), Ally Haran (Michigan Hawks; Linden, Mich,), Shannon Horgan (Clemson; Long Beach, N.Y.), Ellie Jean (Oakwood SC; Coventry, Conn.), Parker Roberts (KC Metro Dynamos; Leawood, Kans.), Amanda Visco (PDA; Manalapan, N.J.), Michelle Xiao (Gretna Prima; Omaha, Neb.)
MIDFIELDERS (6): Dorian Bailey (Sporting Blue Valley; Mission, Kans.), Alyssa Baumbick (Internationals SC; Avon Lake, Ohio), Alissa Gorzak (Eclipse Select; Naperville, Ill.), Michaela Kovacs (Grand Rapids Crew; Hudsonville, Mich.), Carrie Lawrence (Florida Krush; Orlando, Fla.), Briana Solis (Florida Krush; Orlando, Fla.)
FORWARDS (7): Michaela Abam (West Virginia; Sugar Land, Texas), Hana Kerner (Match Fit; Upper Saddle River, N.J.), Madeline McCracken (Richmond United; Lynch Station, Va.), Taylor Otto (CASL; Apex, N.C.), Zoe Redei (Eclipse Select; Highland Park, Ill.), Kelly Sweeney (Vardar; Bloomfield Heights, Mich.), Alleandra Watt (Pride SC; Colorado Springs, Colo.)

MSYSA Boys State Cup 2015

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msysaGreat day at Saginaw Township Soccer Complex (3575 McCarty Road, Saginaw MI) on May 16th with our teams playing in the State Cup Round of 16. Sunday are the Quarterfinal matches which will be lots of great soccer matches to watch. 

Come out and cheer on all the Michigan Wolves-Hawks teams!!

Sunday May 17th Matches:

Age Time Home Team Score Away Team Score Field #
U16 9:00AM  Wolves 99  1  Canton Celtic 99 Black  2 #1
U16 9:00AM  Michigan Jaguars 99 Green  2  Wolves 99 Black  3 #6
U15 11:30AM  Wolves 00  3  WAZA FC East 00 Juniors  1 #6
U14 9:00AM  Michigan Jaguars CW3 01 Red  1  Wolves 01  0 #9
U14 9:00AM  Michigan Fire Juniors 01 Red  1  Wolves 01 Black  0 #8
U13 11:30AM  Wolves 02  6  TKO Crew Juniors 02 Gold  1 #7
U13G 2:00PM  Michigan Jaguars 02 Green  2  Hawks 02  3 #9
U12B-DA 2:00PM  Wolves 03  3  Alliance Academy  0 #1
U12G-DA 4:00PM  Hawks 03    Waza FC North 03 Black   #2
U11B-DA 9:00AM  Wolves 04  3  RSC Lightening  0 #17
U11G-DA 11:00AM  Hawks 04  6  Waza FC North 04 Royal  2 #14
U11G 3:00PM  Ann Arbor United  1  Hawks 04 Black  0 #18
U10B 9:00AM  Canton Celtic 05 Black  5  Wolves 05  1 #5B

Saturday May 16th Matches:

Age Time Home Team Score Away Team Score Field #
U18 2:00PM  Wolves 97  1  Wolves East 97  0 #9
U17 2:00PM  GR Crew Juniors  0  Wolves 98  1 #2
U16 9:00AM  Wolves 99  3  United FC  0 #1
U16 9:00AM  Wolves 99 Black  2  RSC Lighting 99 Black  0 #6
U15 11:30AM  Wolves 00  2  Ole SC Academy  1 #4
U14 9:00AM  Carpathia Kickers  0  Wolves 01  1 #20
U14 9:00AM  Wolves 01 Black  4  United FC  1 #21
U13 11:30AM  Wolves 02  7  GR Crew Juniors 02 Black  0 #10
U13 11:30AM  Michigan Fire Juniors  3  Wolves 02 Black  1 #19
U13G 2:00PM  Hawks 02  4  Kingdom 02 Black  0 #20

The U13 Wolves advanced through this weekends State Cup playoffs winning 7-0 vs Grand Rapids Crew Black on Saturday.   It was a great team effort.  On Sunday, the boys faced TKO.  Again, the boys found the back of the opposing net often.  Finishing the game with a 6-1 win.  Good luck wolves in the semi-finals.

The U15 Wolves faced tough competition this weekend in Saginaw.  Saturdays game saw the boys enter into OT vs Ole of Grand Rapids. After 30 minutes of extra play, the Wolves were forced to PK's.  An unbelievable effort in the goal by Patrick Restum led the Wolves to a 4-1 PK advantage.  Sundays game vs Waza East Juniors was another great game. Michael Martinez led the scoring for the Wolves but a last second goal by Waza sent the boys again to OT.  This time, the Wolves were able to finish the job with goals by Keegan Gormley and Nick Isham.  The defense held strong finishing with a 3-1 victory.  Good luck in the semi-finals!

Jaguar Invitational 2015

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Champions:Hawks06Red Jags

The Michigan Hawks 07 team were Champion of the U8 Elite Division,

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the Michigan Hawks 07 Black were Champions and the Michigan Hawks 07 Black were Champions of the Girls U8 Gold Division. In the Girls U9 Division the Michigan Hawks 06 were Champions in the U9 Elite division and the Michigan Hawks 06 Red were Champions in the U9 Bronze Division.


The Michigan Wolves 08 Black team were finalists in the U7 Boys Gold Division.

Michigan Hawks U10-U14 Clinic

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The Michigan Hawks will host a clinic for U10-U14 girls, on Saturday June 6th, 5:00-7:00 pm, the night before our Spring College Combine. Each session will be run by college coaches, (colleges committed to coaching so far, Kentucky, MSU, Detroit and Western Michigan, the list will be finalized by May 1st). The session will feature different stations to address different aspect of the game. The camp will take place at Wixom Total Soccer.

"This Camp is open to any and all girls soccer players limited only by number, age, and/or grade level" 

  • Who: Any female player in the U10-U14 age groups

                     This clinic is open to players from all clubs

  • When: Saturday, June 6th, 5:00-7:00
  • Cost: $20
  • Where: Total Soccer Wixom, 30990 South Wixom Road
  • Registration Deadline: May 14th
  • Acceptance emailed out:  May 16th
  • Payment Due: May 23rd

Please register at

For additional information, please contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 660-473-6604

The following college coaches attended the Winter Combine: Albion Alma California Central Michigan Cincinnati Citadel Dayton Depaul Detroit Duke Duquesne Eastern Michigan Grand Valley State Illinois Indiana Tech Iowa IPFW Northwood Indiana Kalamazoo College Kansas Kent State Kentucky Louisville Marquette Maryland Michigan Michigan State Miami of Ohio Morehead State Northwestern Notre Dame Oakland University Ohio Ohio State Penn State Pittsburgh Purdue Rochester College Seton Hall St. Louis Stanford TCU Toledo Valparisio Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest West Virginia Western Michigan Wisconsin Milwaukee Xavier Youngstown State