Gala Sponsorship

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There is still time for you to make the list of Wolves-Hawks Sponsors!  Here is our current list of Sponsors:

Level Sponsor Logo Website
Premier Platinum Schoolcraft College
Premier Platinum adidas
Platiunum Carhartt  Carhartt
Platiunum Bill Brown Ford  Bill Brown Ford
Platiunum Tony Ambroza Family    
Platiunum Tony Nam family    
Gold Claddahgh Irish Pub  Claddagh Irish Pubs & Restaurants
Gold Soccer World  SWLOGO5b.png
Gold BurgerFi (Northville)  BurgerFi
Gold Eric Spadafora family WOLVES  
Silver LaVida Massage (Canton)
Silver Fox Hills - FootGolf
Silver Bahama Breeze
Silver Rusty Bucket (Northville)
Silver Doug Landefeld    
Silver Coach Sam HAWKS  
Bronze Embassy Suites (Livonia)
Bronze Leo's Coney Island (Livonia)
Bronze MOD Pizza (Northville)
Bronze Arcade Cuts (Northville)
Bronze Wendy's (Northville)
Bronze Turton family WOLVES  
Bronze Sklarski Family HAWKS  
Bronze PF Chengs (Northville)
Bronze Andrew Craig Family WOLVES  
Bronze Dave & Busters (Livonia_
Bronze Renu Schack HAWKS  

Fox Hills FootGolf Sponsors Wolves-Hawks Gala

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FOX HILLS -  FOOTGOLF(a fun team-building activity for soccer players)

Footgolf combines the popular sports of Soccer and Golf. This new sport is sweeping the country with its popularity; anyone of any age and skill level that enjoys being outdoors will enjoy this game. FootGolf is played with a regulation sized soccer ball, cleat less soccer shoes or tennis shoes, a 21” diameter cup and on our Strategic Fox Course. The rules of Footgolf largely correspond with the rules of golf. 18 holes of Footgolf can be played in approximately 3 hours and Fox Hills is open from dawn to dusk, 7 days a week to enjoy this tremendously fun sport. You can call us at 734.453.7272 or go to our website:  to make a tee time. Fox Hills also offers group outings (great team-building), weekly leagues and 2 special nights during the summer to play “Glow Footgolf”. For groups of 20 or more players, please contact Kristina Fetter at 734.927.1021.  Put your skills to the test at the renowned Fox Hill Golf Course in Plymouth. 


Michigan Hawks Spring Combine

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“This Showcase is open to any and all female soccer players limited only by number, age, and/or grade level” 

  • Where: JayCee Park, 32500 Pembroke, Livonia
  • Who: Uncommitted Female Freshman, Sophomore and Junior Soccer Players
  • Cost: $85
  • When: Sunday June 12th  10:00 am-4pm
  • Format: There will be 4 X 1 hour and 30 minute sessions.  (Each player will be invited to attend one session.)  There will be goalkeeper specific sessions that each goalkeeper will be invited to in addition to their scheduled game.
  • Registration Deadline – May 25th
  • Acceptance and options for payment will be emailed out – May 27th
  • Payment Due – June 1st


Important: Registering for this event does not guarantee you a spot in the combine.  Only those who confirmed after May 27th and have submitted their payment by the June 1st deadline will have a spot at the combine.  

For additional information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The following college coaches attended this year’s Winter Combine:
Albion College, Notre Dame, Alma CollegeOakland University, Ashland, Oakland University, Bluffton University, Ohio Northern University, Bowling Green State University, Olivet College, Butler, Pittsburgh, California, Purdue, Calvin College, Ripon College, Central Michigan, Saginaw Valley State University, Clarion University, Siena Heights, Concordia University – Ann Arbor, Siena Heights, Dartmouth College, Slippery Rock, DePaul University, Spring Arbor, Eastern Michigan, Tennessee, Ferris State, Troy, Ferris State, Tiffin University, Findlay University, University of Findlay. Grand Valley State University. University of Florida, Illinois. University of Michigan, Indiana Tech, Washington&Jefferson College, Iowa, West Virginia, Kalamazoo College, Western Michigan University, Kent State University, Wisconsin, Lincoln University, WKU, Lourdes, University of Akron, Loyola University Chicago, Manchester University Marian Michigan State Northwestern

Michigan Wolves-Hawks Club Gala Event

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The club is proud to announce details for the first ever Michigan Wolves-Hawks Club Gala Event. The purpose of the event is to celebrate the Grand Opening of the clubs new home at Schoolcraft College in Livonia and to raise funds to help pay for modern/safe field equipment needed to outfit the complex.

This formal all-inclusive event offers adult club members, friends, coaches, soccer fans, and local businesses members a fun packed evening of:

  • LIVE ENTERTAINMENT - Featuring Special Guest John Pullum (America's Funniest Mind Reader, you may recognize him as the host of the Discovery Channel series "More Than Human" (Now viewable on HULU) as well as numerous other national and international television shows)
  • FOOD & DRINKS (one free drink ticket per attendee)
  • IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENTS                                                                 
  • SPECIAL CLUB MEMBERSHIP CARDS: ($20.00 value) included in ticket package

To learn more and to order tickets, please visit the event website at .   Tickets are limited so order early, while supplies last.   (approximately 1/2 of the ticket proceeds will go directly to the clubs Equipment and Player Safety Fund)

Club collects donations for local food pantry

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Press Release by SpinalColumn:

The U12 Hawks and U13 Hawks, part of the Michigan Wolves-Hawks Soccer Club, recently collected more than 7,000 pounds of food to donate to Hospitality House. The U12 Hawks and U13 Hawks, part of the Michigan Wolves-Hawks Soccer Club, recently collected more than 7,000 pounds of food to donate to Hospitality House. Two teams that are part of the Michigan Wolves-Hawks Soccer Club recently donated more than 7,000 pounds of food to Hospitality House.

In less than a week, members of the U12 Hawks and U13 Hawks collected more than 7,000 pounds of nonperishable food to donate to the Hospitality House in Commerce Township.The food drive was part of the group’s recently-established program aimed at giving back to the community, although several individual teams have previously participated in various charity work.

“We’re really excited about it because, over time, we have realized that soccer is a small part of what these kids get out of this club,” U12 Hawks Coach Doug Landefeld said. “We hope they find social responsibility and find growth as people.”

The food was delivered to Hospitality House on March 12. Following the delivery, members of the two teams loaded and sorted the food. The food was delivered to Hospitality House on March 12. Following the delivery, members of the two teams loaded and sorted the food. According to Landefeld, the food drive was the suggestion of Molly Midgley, whose daughter Macaira plays on the U12 Hawks team.

“Molly takes all the credit for it. She’s been pushing for it,” Landefeld said. “We’ve made some club changes the last year or so and we have added a lot of programming. I talked to Molly almost a year ago and we talked about trying to incorporate some of this stuff in. She really was the driving force and we’re excited to add to it.”

Midgley, who lives in Wolverine Lake, collected the food, and on March 12, members of the two teams and their parents delivered the food to Hospitality House. Following the delivery, players loaded and sorted the food.

“It was an awesome community outreach. To do something off the soccer field for others, giving back, that’s what we’re trying to instill,” Midgley said. “Going to a club where kids are from all over, to bring everyone together to work for a common cause, I thought that was really cool.”

U20 WNT heads to Florida for training camp

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The U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team will continue its preparations for the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup with a training camp running from April 1-8 in Lakewood Ranch, Fla.

The USA is coming off a successful trip to La Manga, Spain, where it played three U-23 sides, drawing 1-1 with Sweden, defeating England 1-0 and downing Norway, 2-1.

U.S. head coach Michelle French will bring 26 players to the camp with only four of the players not currently in college. One of those younger players, Savannah Demelo of Beach FC has the most U-20 caps of anyone on the roster with 14. North Carolina’s Jessie Scarpa (five goals in nine caps) and Texas A&M’s Ally Watt (four goals in five caps) are the team’s current leading scorers. Watt scored game-winners against the England and Norway U-23s during the event in Spain. The roster features five players from reigning NCAA champion Penn State.

The USA earned its berth to the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup by winning its semifinal match of the CONCACAF qualifying tournament against host Honduras last December and then defeated Canada for the regional title, 1-0. The eighth FIFA Women’s World Cup for this age level (the first two were held as U-19 events) will take place from Nov. 13-Dec. 3 in Papua New Guinea.

The 16-team field for the tournament is strong, featuring Canada, Mexico, the USA, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Japan, Korea DPR, Korea Republic, Ghana, Nigeria, Brazil, Venezuela, France, Germany, Spain, and Sweden.

The Final Draw for the tournament was conducted on March 17 and the USA will face France, New Zealand and Ghana in Group C. The U.S. opens the tournament on Monday, Nov. 14 against France at 4 p.m. local time, faces New Zealand on Thursday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. and finishes the group against Ghana on Monday, Nov. 21 at 4 p.m.

The USA will play its first two group games at Sir Hubert Murray Stadium and its third group game at National Football Stadium. Both stadiums are located in Port Moresby, the capital city of Papua New Guinea.

The 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup features the 16 nations divided into four groups of four teams. The top two finishers in each group will advance to the quarterfinal stage to be held on Thursday, Nov. 24 and Friday, Nov. 25. The winners of those games will advance to the tournament semifinals on Tuesday, Nov. 29. The championship and third-place matches are set for Saturday, Dec. 3. All matches will be played across four stadiums in Port Moresby, with the final two matches being held at National Football Stadium.

U.S. U-20 WNT Roster by Position:
GOALKEEPERS (4): Emily Boyd (California; Seattle, Wash.), Rose Chandler (Penn State; Atlanta, Ga.), Samantha Leshnak (North Carolina; Liberty Township, Ohio), Casey Murphy (Rutgers; Bridgewater, N.J.)
Maddie Elliston (Penn State; Omaha, Neb.), Emily Fox (FC Virginia; Ashburn, Va.), Hailey Harbison (Pepperdine; San Diego, Calif.), Ellie Jean (Penn State; Coventry, Conn.), Natalie Jacobs (Notre Dame; Coto de Caza, Calif.), Taylor Otto (CASL; Apex, N.C.), Ally Prisock (USC; Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.), Kaleigh Riehl (Penn State; Fairfax Station, Va.)
Marley Canales (San Diego Surf; San Diego, Calif.), Savannah DeMelo (Beach FC; Bellflower, Calif.), Kelcie Hedge (Washington; Post Falls, Idaho), Emily Ogle (Penn State; Strongsville, Ohio), Courtney Petersen (Virginia; Canton, Mich.), Parker Roberts (Kansas; Leawood, Kansas), Shannon Simon (Washington; Torrance, Calif.)
Mimi Asom (Princeton; Fairview, Texas), Jorian Baucom (LSU; Phoenix, Arizona), Katherine Cousins (Tennessee; Forest, Va.), Mayra Pelayo (Florida; West Palm Beach, Fla.), Taylor Racioppi (Duke; Ocean Township, N.J.), Jessie Scarpa (North Carolina; Lakeland, Fla.), Ally Watt (Texas A&M; Colorado Springs, Colo.)

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Michigan Hawks Free Birth Year Clinic

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There has never been a better time to join us!


  • 1 National ECNL Club Championship
  • 1 U18 ECNL National Championship
  • 1 U17  MSYSA State Championship
  • 1 Rhodes Scholar
  • 1 NSCAA All-American
  • 2 Concacaf U17 Champions
  • 2 National ECNL Finalists
  • 2 Players Selected in NWSL Draft
  • 4 NCAA National Champions
  • 6 ODP National Championship Players
  • 13 US Soccer National Team Camp Players
  • 37 Graduating Seniors to play in college
  • 103 Michigan Hawks currently playing in college

The Michigan Hawks will offer a free 1-day clinic for female soccer players on April 3rd at JayCee Park, 32500 Pembroke, Livonia.  Come see why players thrive in our environment.  Work with our  club’s coaches,  experience our proven curriculum and understand why our players are maximizing their potential.  Players will be placed into groups based on both age and ability. In addition to the clinic, stay around or come early to watch our scrimmage between the U17 and u18 Hawks ECNL.  See why are club was the top club in the ECNL last year and is sending 37 players to play in college next year.

***The Clinic is open to female players from any club***

Clinic Staff – Michigan Wolves and Hawks Staff



  • 4:00-5:00 Birth year  2010, 09, 08, 07, 06
  • 5:00-6:00 U17 ECNL Hawks vs U18 ECNL Hawks
  • 6:00-7:00 Birth Year 2005, 04, 03, 02

Registration Link:

Joyelle Washington goes to U14 GNT Camp

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U.S. Under-14 Girls’ National Team head coach April Kater has called up 48 players for the first U.S. Under-14 Girls’ National Team training camp of the year which will run from March 19-26 at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, Calif.

The majority of the players were born in 2002, but 14 were born in 2003. The U.S U-14 GNT did not have programming last year as players born in odd years start with two years in the U-15 Girls’ National Team program. For this cycle, with the majority of players born in an even year, which are the age-cut-off years for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, the players follow the path of one year as U-14s and then move to the Under-16 GNT (2 years), Under-18 WNT (2 years) and Under-20 WNT (2 years).

The players are starting the path that for some may lead to the 2022 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup. For all of these players but two, this will be the first experience in the U.S. YNT program. 

MWHSC - Adopts-a-Highway

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The club has joined MDOT's Adopt-a-Highway program (I275 between Six Mile & I96). This is a great way for MWHSC (U13-U19) players to fulfill their community service requirements for school or the National Honor Society while building their resumes and making a difference in our community.

Participants will receive safety training, wear high visibility gear and clean up areas well away from traffic during low travel hours in good weather conditions only. A minimum of 1 adult per 3 player ratio will be maintained, so adults are welcome to join in our effort to improve our environment and mentor players.

We expect to participate in 3 clean-up sessions through the coming spring, summer and fall seasons. Information on dates and how to sign up will be provided in the coming weeks.