U17 Hawks advance to Nationals

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Congratulations to the U17 Hawks as they finish up at Playoffs witha 2:0 win versue SC Del Sol and advance to Nationals. ECNL Finals will be held in Germantown, MD on July 8-9th, 2016.

 

GO HAWKS!!!

Jaycee Park Parking/Speed Reminders

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It is very important that all drivers are aware of the speed limit and the parking restrictions in the neighborhood and in the park itself. Again, I was notified last night that there were multiple cars parked on the grass.

For all home games at Jaycee Park, please ask all of your families to park on the school side parking lot. This will allow our visitors to park in the main parking lot on the west side of the field and hopefully avoid the grass parking.

Jaycee Park is in a residential neighborhood. The speed limit is 25 mph in the neighborhood. Police presence is very high during the soccer seasons. The speed limit in the park is 15 mph. In the community and within the park there is high pedestrian traffic, please adhere to the posted speeds and stop signs.

Jaycee Park has parking on both sides of the park. As you enter the park, you may want to turn to the left where there are ample parking spots available near the play structure. There is absolutely NO PARKING on the grass or along the drive. Cars not parked in designated parking spaces will be ticketed. The circle drive MUST be kept open for emergency vehicles.

As a club we take pride in our relationship with the city of Livonia and its residents. Please help us maintain that relationship by following all of the above rules, by disposing of all garbage in the trash receptacles, and by treating the entire park with respect and care.

Academy Standouts

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DA Showcase: U14/16 standouts on Thursday

FRISCO, Texas — Showcase action returned to the forefront in North Texas, as U14 and U16 teams stepped back on the pitched to compete under the searing sun.

MORE: 2016 Development Academy Showcase + Playoff Coverage

The morning saw 10 U16 games take place in front of college coaches, while U14 teams played their final game of the 2015-16 season.

There was plenty of excitement and entertainment taking place in the shadow of Toyota Stadium. Here is a look at some of the top individual performances watched by TopDrawerSoccer on Thursday.

M Kellan Landefeld, Crew Soccer Academy Wolves U14 – Simply put, Landefeld was brilliant. Deployed as a wide midfielder, he hardly put a foot wrong, scoring a sensational goal and moving the ball extremely well as the Wolves defeated De Anza Force 2-0.

DA Playoffs: Opening U16 + U18 Standouts

FRISCO, Texas — After two days dominated by showcase action, the Development Academy playoffs kicked off on Wednesday night in North Texas.

The intensity of matches was hit or miss, as players adjusted to the heat, sun and higher stakes offered by playoff soccer.

There were close games aplenty, as the chase for quarterfinal spots officially began.

Here’s a look at some of the top individual performances spotted by TopDrawerSoccer.

GK Logan Kowalczyk, Crew Soccer Academy Wolves U16 – Timely saves from Kowalczyk ensured that the Wolves would preserve the shutout against Sacramento Republic, who really dialed up the pressure as the game went on.

D Seth Chapman, Crew Soccer Academy Wolves U16 – Steady and solid at the back, Chapman put in a full shift as the Wolves won their opener 2-0.

F Roderic Green, Crew Soccer Academy Wolves U18 – Behind Green’s two goals, CSA Wolves got off to a quick start against Georgia United, eventually finding a way to win 3-2. Green’s aggression in the final third was a huge asset, as he pressured defenders with or without the ball.