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Four Hawks head to WNT Camp in California

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CHICAGO (May 6, 2015) – The U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team, under head coach B.J. Snow, will hold a training camp from May 9-16, at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif. Snow has called up 28 players for the event, with six born in 2000 and the rest in 1999, as the squad continues its long-term preparation for qualifying for the 2016 U-17 Women’s World Cup

Hawks Spring College Combine Announced

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The Michigan Hawks will host its second spring College Combine.
"This Camp is open to any and all girls soccer players limited only by number, age, and/or grade level"

  • Who: Uncommitted Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors.
  • When: Sunday, June 7th from 11:30am-8pm
  • Cost: $80
  • Where: JayCee Park, 32500 Pembroke, Livonia
  • Format: There will be 4 X 1 hour and 50 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.
  • Registration Deadline - May 14th
  • Acceptance emailed out - May 16th
  • Payment Due - May 23rd

4v4 Scramble

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The 4v4 Scramble is a modern version of the 4v4 Games made famous with the Dutch Coaching Schools. The 4v4 Scramble involves every player being shuffled or scrambled every game. Simply, each game will involve new players to form a team. Scores will be kept on a win, loss, and draw basis, with individual prizes for the highest tally. Space is LIMITED. The 4v4 Scramble is limited to 60 players. You must attend each day. Cost, $60.00 for a complete Session (3days)

MON - WED Aug 10,11,12

Session ONE- $60.00 Birth Years - 04, 03, 02 10am to 11.30am

Session TWO- $60.00 Birth Years - 01, 00, 99 12 to 1.30pm



ADDRESS CHECKS: 21252 Parklane St. Farmington Hills, MI 48335


All queries, contact Bryan Thorp, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

YOU must mail payment to SECURE your spot prior to the session.

U14 Hawks ECNL Recap

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The U14 MI Hawks secured the Midwest Conference this week with wins over Vardar, SLSG-MO and SLSG-IL.

On Tuesday, the Hawks played their in state rival Vardar.  Kaya Frazier starting off the scoring early in the first half.  Additional goals were added by Sam Sklarski, Bria Telemaque and two goals from Emma Hiscock who was playing up for the game.

Saturday was a gorgeous spring day in Southeast Michigan.  The Hawks squared off with second place SLSG-MO.  Hailey Hartwig started off the scoring with a nice breakaway on a long feed from Madeline Carlson.  Kaya Frazier scored the second goal on a great left footed kick that went just under the crossbar.  SLSG did have a PK attempt after a hand ball in the box but the shot by Lilly Schnieders missed the net.  The Hawks defense, anchored by GK Maciah Lipsey, delivered another shutout.  Their ninth shutout of the year.

On Sunday, Bria Telemaque started off the scoring early with a goal in the first 5 minutes.  She added the second goal of the game when she stole the ball from the goalie and then put it in the back of the net.  Samantha Sklarski's first goal came off a corner kick, Lily Lucas sent in a beautiful ball which was headed by Erin MacDonald, hit the crossbar and then put in the back of the net by Sam.  She then contributed two more goals for the hat trick.  The rest of the goals were scored by Lilian Lucas, Samantha Lopez, Kaya Frazier(2) and Ashley Armstrong.

Blue Chip Showcase

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The U15 Wolves had a great weekend March 24-26 at the Blue Chip Showcase in Oxford, Ohio.  The Wolves team led by Coach Sam Cheaib recorded a shut-out in all 3 matches.  Winning big in their first game vs. EUSA of NewYork 5-0, the boys continued with 2-0 wins  and 3-0 finally on Sunday.    Congratulations to our Wolves 00 team and keep up the good work.

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Two Wolves Finalists at Sockers Tournament

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After a great weekend of soccer in Chicago the club had two Wolves teams finish as Finalists.

Congratulations to the U11 Wolves 04 team and Coach Aaron Brown as they finish the weekend as Finalists in the FC Sockers Tournament.

The U12 Wolves '03 and Coach Bryan Thorp played in the U13 CUP bracket and after wining their first three games 1:0, 4:0 and 12:0 they lost in the Final by one goal against the home team Sockers FC. Great performance boys!Wolves03 sockers

Michigan Rush Champions

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Congratulations to the U8 Michigan Wolves 07 Black team and Coach Tony Yazbeck on their championship win at the Michigan Rush Challenge Cup, held the weekend of April 24-26, 2015 in Northville, Michigan. The boys played very played very well all weekend and went undefeated, sweeping all three games of the round robin stage, with 4-2, 10-3, and 6-5 wins to earn a place in the finals.  The finals saw the boys continue to play very well, earning a 3-0 win over the Northville Rush. 

 Way to go Wolves.

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Wolves 05 win Sockers Championship

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Congratulations to the Michigan Wolves 05' Champions of the Chicago Sockers Tournament. 2-2 draw in the final and won via shootout 3-1. Great job boys!!!!!

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Hawks ECNL vs MTA

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The Michigan Hawks teams traveled to Minnesota to take on the Minnesota Thunder Academy this last weekend in ECNL action and came away undefeated.  The U18s played two very good games, winning 5-0 with a hat trick from Madeline Lucas, a goal by Alexa Spaanstra and one by Taylor Lambouris. Bethany Kopel was very good in goal, getting the shutout. After a quick 12 hour turnaround, the 18s came back from a 3-1 halftime deficit to tie 3-3 in their second game, behind two more goals from Madeline Lucas and one by Brenna Lovera.  With these four pints, the 18s move into the second spot in the Midwest Conference and are in line to qualify for Nationals in June with 2 games remaining. Elite Clubs National League Standings 

The U17s tied both games and with that qualified to be in the Championship group for Seattle this coming summer.  Terrific possession and two very good goals by Ani Ramon on Saturday resulted in a 2-2 tie.  The two teams turned around on Sunday to again tie 1-1. Elite Clubs National League Standings

The U16s played two tough games versus a spunky MTA team.  On Saturday, Gigi Parlove's first half goal was the difference.  Sunday's game saw the Hawks sprint out to a 3-0 lead behind two goals by Cathy Dager and Megan Young's first goal since returning from injury.  MTA scored to get back in the game but Grace Krygier's goal with 15 minutes left in the game ended up being the game winner.  The 16s remain in the number one in the Midwest Conference and the number one overall spot in the National ECNL Standings. Elite Clubs National League Standings

The U15s couldn't find the net in the first game on Saturday despite good offensive push by Emaly Vatne and Madison Myers.  On Sunday, the Hawks scored in the first minute and cruised to a 2-0 victory. The four points keep the 15s atop the Midwest Conference and seeded #7 over all in the national standings.  Elite Clubs National League Standings

The youngest ECNL Hawks, the U14s, found scoring to be difficult on Saturday, but a very good second half goal by Ally Childers and then a late goal by Lillian Lucas proved to be enough for the win.  Sunday was hard but several second half goals made for a comfortable 6-1 win.  The six points keep the 14s in first place in the Midwest Conference and #2 in the National Standings. Elite Clubs National League Standings

Congratulations Hawks!

Megan Buckingham Shares

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RICHMOND, Va. (April 21, 2015) - The 2014-15 ECNL season is dedicated to celebrating the Amazing Young Women that have helped mold this league into the top female youth soccer platform in the world.  As part of the campaign, the ECNL is encouraging amazing young women to share their stories.  Megan Buckingham is a current freshman student-athlete at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.  She is a member of the U20 U.S. Women's National Team and Michigan Hawks alum.  The ECNL caught up with Megan to learn more about her both on and off the field. 

Crossroads of America Showcase U18 Wolves

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The U18 Wolves 97 coached by Dave Hicklin were showcased at the Crossroads of America College Showcase.  Their first match was a 5:0 win against Kings Hammer, the second match was a 9:0 win against South Central and their third match was a 2:0 win against United 1996 FC. With three wins and a 8:0 record the Wolves were tied for first place.

Great showing Wolves!!!