** The Camp is open to players from any club**

The Michigan Wolves and Hawks will offer a Winter Break Camp.  In addition to quality Instruction by our club coaches with the club's proven curriculum, each player will receive a camp t-shirt.  Players will be placed into groups based on both age and ability after the first day.

Camp Staff: Doug Landefeld, Adil Salmoni, Sam Cheaib, Michelle Krszinik and other club coaches.

Dates: December 27th - 29th at Total Sports Farmington, 22777 Farmington Road, Farmington, MI 48336

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost: $85 or Drop in is $35 per day

To register for the 3 day camp please use the following link: https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/93364

For Drop in, please bring a check made out to Wolves-Hawks Soccer club to the Dome on the day of the drop in.


Crew SC Academy Wolves would like to thank the following colleges and professional organizations for watching our U19 / U17 Academy teams at the Winter Showcase at Lakewood Ranch, FL

Colleges in Attendance    
Air Force Georgetown Rochester
Alabama - Birmingham Gonzaga San Diego
American International Greensboro San Diego State
Appalachian State Hartford Santa Clara
Babson Harvard Seatlle
Barton High Point Seattle Pacific
Belmont Hobart South Carolina
Bethany Holy Cross South Carolina Upstate
Boston University Indiana South Kentucky
Bowdoin Indiana Wesleyan Southern Florida
Bradley Indianapolis Spring Arbor
Bridgeport IP - Fort Wayne Springfield
Brown Jamestown St. Francis
Butler Johns Hopkins St. Mary's (TX)
Cal Poly Kentucky St. Mary’s (CA)
Cal State - Fullerton Kentucky Stevenson
Campbell Lehigh Stony Brook
Carnegie Mellon Lewis Swarthmore
Case Western Limestone Texas Rio Grande
Case Western Lipscomb Transylvania
Central Florida Loyola - Chicago Trine
Charleston Loyola - Marymount UC - Irvine
Cincinnati Marshall UCLA
Clemson Maryland UMass
Colby Memphis US Carolina
Colgate Michigan Utah Valley
Columbia Michigan State Vassar
Concordia Muelberger Villanova
Connecticut Navy Virginia
Cornell Nienhaus Washington - St. Louis
Creighton NIU West Point
Dartmouth NJIT West Virginia
Davidson North Carolina Western Illinois
Dayton Northern Illinois Western Michigan
Delaware Northwestern Wheeling Jesuit
Denver Notre Dame Wisconsin
Drexel NYU Wisconsin - Green Bay
Duke Ohio State Wofford
Elon Pacific Wright State
Emory Penn Xavier
Fairfield Portland Yale
Florida Coastal Presbyterian College  
Florida Southern Princeton  
Fordham Quinnipiac  
Franklin Pierce Roanoke  
Pro Scouts in Attendance    
FC Cologne (Germany)    
Hamburger SV (Germany)    
Mallorca (Spain)    
Manchester United (England)    
Marbella United FC (Spain)    
Molde FK (Norway)    

The last sale of the year will be Monday 12/11 from 5-8pm. In the Schoolcraft dome.

Winter jackets will also be available for purchase. Adult X-Large have arrived.

Please note sizes are limited.

The super popular tailgate hoody. $50 Hoody comes in both Hawks and Wolves.

Hooded pullover $40. Women’s cut comes in both Hawks and Wolves.

1/4 zip lightweight pullover. $50. Pullover comes in both Hawks and Wolves.


Only eight teams are left in the NCAA men’s Division I tournament, with all the top performers from third round action popping up into the penultimate Team of the Week.

One ensured his team stayed alive, as Fordham goalkeeper Rashid Nuhu’s penalty kick heroics led the Atlantic 10 side to the quarterfinals. Nuhu made a couple of spots in the shootout to secure progress for Fordham.

Player of the Week: Rashid Nuhu, Fordham

Below is a rundown of some of the other top performers from last week.

Team of the Week (November 20-26)

GK Rashid Nuhu, Fordham – The Rams goalkeeper stopped a decisive spot kick from Carter Manley in the fifth round that kept Fordham alive after a 2-2 draw. He then stopped another PK to secure an 8-7 win in the shootout.

D Tanner Beason, Stanford – Beason played the full 90 in the Cardinal’s 2-0 victory over Coastal Carolina, converting the winning goal from the penalty spot early in the second half.

D Jimmy Fiscus, Michigan State – The senior defender was not to be denied, scoring the winning goal as Michigan State came from behind to defeat Western Michigan in a wild Saturday third round match.


Atlanta United signs goalkeeper Mitch Hildebrandt

Atlanta United today announced it has signed Mitch Hildebrandt. The 29-year-old goalkeeper spent the last two seasons with FC Cincinnati and was named the 2016 United Soccer League (USL) Goalkeeper of the Year.

“Over the last two years, Mitch has done a notable job at the USL level and has earned an opportunity to play in MLS,” said Atlanta United Vice President and Technical Director Carlos Bocanegra. “We’re pleased to add him to our roster and are confident in his ability to add to the overall quality of our goalkeeper contingent.”

Hildebrandt joined FC Cincinnati prior to the club’s inaugural season in 2016 and guided it to back-to-back USL Cup Playoffs appearances. In 2016, he was named the league’s Goalkeeper of the Year after compiling a 0.862 goals against average with 10 clean sheets. He helped lead the team to a third-place finish in the Eastern Conference. A Livonia, Michigan native, Hildebrandt began his professional career in 2012 with the Minnesota Stars of the North American Soccer League, now Minnesota United of MLS. He is a graduate of Oakland University where he played collegiately for the Golden Grizzlies.

This year, Hildebrandt backboned FC Cincinnati to the 2017 U.S. Open Cup Semifinals where the club ultimately lost to New York Red Bulls 3-2. In five matches, he produced three clean sheets in matches against Louisville City FC (June 1), Columbus Crew SC (June 15) and Miami FC (Aug. 3). Then in the Round of 16, Hildebrandt heroically saved three penalties in a shootout to lead FC Cincinnati to an upset win over Chicago Fire. In league play, Hildebrandt started all 32 games and helped lead the club to a sixth-place finish. He also led USL in saves.

The MLS offseason officially begins Sunday, Dec. 10 with a half-day trade window from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Newcomer LAFC will take part in the MLS Expansion Draft on Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 2 p.m. Free agency will then officially open later that day at 3 p.m. The Waiver Draft will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 13 at 3 p.m. before the Re-Entry process begins with Stage 1 on Friday, Dec. 15 (3 p.m.) and Stage 2 on Thursday, Dec. 21 (2 p.m.).


Name: Mitch Hildebrandt
Position: Goalkeeper
Birthdate: Nov. 12, 1988 (age: 29)
Birthplace: Livonia, Michigan
Height: 6-1
Citizenship: USA
Previous Club: FC Cincinnati
Transaction: Signed with Atlanta United on Dec. 1, 2017


Ashton Miller and Duke head to
College Cup - Final 4

Ashton Miller helps Duke past Baylor to go to Orlando and Women’s College Cup


MSU Advances to Elite Eight
Jimmy Fiscus, Hunter Barone, Guiseppe Barone, Ken Korlicki, Michael Pimlott

MSU starts 4 Wolves start and 2 Wolves score as MSU heads to Final 8 with a victory over WMU, and there 3 Wolves, Kosti Moni, Ben Thornton and Drew Shephard


Izzy Verdugo and Alexa Spaastra go to U18 USYNT Camp

Izzy Verdugo goes to first ever YNT Camp and joins Alexa Spaanstra in San Diego.  That makes 10 Michigan Hawks invited to USYNT Camps since September. Also, Izzy becomes the fourth Michigan Hawks in the last 4 years to go to their first YNT Camp at the age of 18, following Lexy Warner, Natalie Winters and Dani Stephen!



Congratulations and best wishes to our alumni who have advanced to the 3rd Round of the NCAA Division 1 National Men's Soccer Tournament.

Colgate: Chase Pagani (Captain) and Ben Snider

Duke: Suniel Veerakone and Daniel Wright

Louisville: Connor Brazil

Michigan State: Jimmy Fiscus (Captain), Ken Krolicki, Giuseppe Barone, Michael Pimlott, Hunter Barone, Hunter Morse, Philip Stair, and Zach Kovan

Western Michigan: Drew Shepherd, Ben Thornton, Kosti Moni, and Brandon Eklund

Local Game:  Saturday (November 25) Western Michigan @ Michigan State at 6:00 PM