Former Wolves player awarded All-MIAA

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Former Wolves player Andrew Prince was awarded Second Team All-MIAA by the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association for his 2014 season with the Albion Britions.  Andrew was an outstanding Wolves player on the Wolves 95 team from U10 to U19.  In 2013 he was part of the NPL National Championship team coached by Dave Hicklin. Andrew is currently a sophomore at Albion College where he puts his leadership skills he learned to good use both on and off the field.

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2014 Fall WSSL Division Winners

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Congratulations to the following teams for winning their division of the Fall 2014 WSSL league:

U8 Girls Division 2        Hawks 07 Black

U9 Girls Division 4        Hawks 06 Red

U11 Girls Division 1       Hawks 04 Black

U13Y Girls Division 1     Hawks 03 Black

U13Y Boys Division 1     Wolves 03 Black

Congratulations to the two teams that were Finalists in their division:

U8 Boys Division 3     Wolves 08

U9 Boys Division 1     Wolves 06

Buckingham named ACC Freashman of the Year

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GREENSBORO, N.C. - Heading into this weekend's ACC Tournament, five Tar Heel women's soccer players were named to the All-ACC first, second and third teams Thursday in a vote by the league's 14 head coaches.

UNC had two ACC All-Freshman selections and freshman forward Megan Buckingham (Hawks Alumni) was named the ACC Freshman of the Year.

Carolina, 12-2-2, shared the ACC regular season championship with Florida State ths year.  The Tar Heels finished 9-0-1 in the ACC, earning its 21st conference regular-season crown in history.

Senior defender Satara Murray and junior defender Katie Bowen were rewarded with first-team All-ACC status.  Sophomore midfielder Joanna Boyles was named second-team All-ACC while sophomore forward Emily Bruder and freshman forward Megan Buckingham were tapped for the third-team All-ACC Team.

Both Buckingham and freshman defender Jessie Scarpa were named to the ACC All-Freshman Team.  Buckingham, who is tied for second on the team in goals scored with four, is the first Tar Heel to be named the league's freshman of the year since fellow Michigan native Lindsay Tarpley in 2002.  She is only the sixth Tar Heel to ever be named ACC Freshman of the Year.

Bowen and Murray have led a defense with has allowed only 12 goals this season.  Both players have played virtually every minute in every game this season.  Both players have started all 16 games.  Bowen has played 1,510 minutes of the 1,517 Carolina has played this year and Murray is second on the team with 1,501 minutes played.

Boyles and Bruder, both sophomores, are Carolina's top two scorers.  Boyles leads the team with 13 points and is tops on the squad in assists with seven.  Bruder is second on the team with 11 points and leads the squad in goals with five.

Carolina will play in the 2014 ACC Women's Soccer Championship beginning Friday at UNCG Soccer Stadium in Greensboro, N.C.  The fifth-ranked Tar Heels (12-2-2) will meet the fourth-ranked Virginia Cavaliers (17-1-0) in the second semifinal game Friday at 8 p.m.  Top-seeded Florida State, the 2013 ACC Tournament champion, will play fourth-seeded Notre Dame at 5:30 p.m. in the first semifinal game.

The ACC champion will be crowned Sunday in a 1 p.m. game at Greensboro which will be televised nationally by ESPNU.

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Michigan Hawks College Combine

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The Michigan Hawks are excited to host the first 2015 Michigan Hawks Winter College Combine on January 24th. In coordination with the combine, the Hawks will also host a College Recruiting Forum the night before, Friday the 23rd, (site to be determined). Only players and parents that are registered for the combine will be invited to attend. The guest speakers scheduled to lead the discussion about the college recruiting process will be Erica Walsh, Head Coach Penn State and Dave Diiani, Head Coach, University of Iowa.

Registration for the combine is open exclusively to players from the Michigan Hawks Soccer club until November 16th. After that, registration will be open to the entire state, so please register early.

To register please go to College Showcase Registration Link.

Here are the details for the Combine:

  • Where : Total Soccer Wixom, 30990 S Wixom Rd, Wixom, MI
  • Who : Uncommitted Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors from any club.
  • When : Saturday, January 24th 11am-6pm
  • Format:  There will be 4 X 1 hour and 45 minute sessions.  (Each player will be invited to attend one session.)  There will be a 30-minute goalkeeper session at the beginning of each session which will also include a small sided warmup session for the field players with college coaches.  Then, the players will participate in a scrimmage, 2 X 35 minute halves.
  • Cost  : $40 for players playing for the Michigan Hawks, $75 for players who are not playing in the club.  All players will need to register online to apply for a spot.  An email confirmation will be sent out verifying that registration was received, however, a spot in the combine will not be secured until payment is received.

Important:  Registering for this event does not guarantee you a spot in the combine. Once accepted, we will send you payment info. Only those who have submitted their payment will have a confirmed spot at the combine.

For additional information, please contact Doug Landefeld, Michigan Hawks Director of Coaching at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The following college coaches attended our June Showcase: Michigan, Purdue, Ohio State, Illinois, Indiana, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Maryland, Central Michigan, Western Michigan, Indiana, Northwestern, Davenport, Saginaw Valley State, Virginia, Bowling Green, Western Michigan, Grand Valley State University, Ohio, Ferris State, Oakland, Alma, Cleary University, Dartmouth, Iowa, Loyola of Chicago, Dayton, Pittsburgh, Depaul , Virginia Tech, Wisconsin, St. Louis University, California, Cincinnati, Akron, Toledo. (An updated list for the winter showcase will be put out in January.)

Finishing Classes Offered

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The Michigan Wolves and Hawks will offer two sesssions of 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 20 player registrations per one hour session due to space limitations. (Goalkeepers are encouraged to register and then attend their age appropriate hour at no cost.)

Where - Total Soccer Farmington, 22777 Farmington Rd, Farmington, MI
Camp Staff – Doug Landefeld, Adil Salmoni, Michelle Krzisnik, Sam Cheaib

Session I Details:
Dates – Sunday November 23rd, Dec 7th, 14th and 21st

3:00-4:00 - U9, 10, 11
4:00-5:00 – U12, 13, 14
5:00-6:00 – U15, 16, 17, 18

Cost – $85

Session II Details:

Dates – Mondays: January 5, 12, 19, 26 and February 2, 9, 16
Time – 4:30-5:30 All age groups
Cost – $125

Please register for the Session I online at

Please register for the Session II online at

or send emails directly to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Emails will be sent out upon acceptance into the class. Please bring the form below with a check or cash to the first day of camp. Checks should be made out to Michigan Wolves and Hawks Soccer Camp.

Session I Medical Release Form
Session II Medical Release Form


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