Winter Youth Academy Registeration

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It is that time…Winter Youth Academy Session #2

The DEADLINE to register is FRIDAY, December 12th

Winter Youth Academy

Session 2 Training Dates Thursday – 

January 8, 15, 22 

February 5, 12, 15

6 training dates and 8 games ALL at TS NOVI

3-6 year olds train 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

6-8 year olds train 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

MORE Details:

Who: Soccer players age 3 to 8 years old.

What: Youth Development program with 8 games and 6 training sessions

When: Session 2 is held in Jan-Feb

Location: All training sessions and games will take place at

Total Soccer Novi:

41550 Grand River Ave., Novi, MI

Cost: $225 per session

Why: Train with one of the best clubs in the country

The DEADLINE to register is FRIDAY, December 12th

Winter Youth Academy Session #3

We do not offer a winter Session #3...we take that session off and then we start back up in the Spring...Mid April.

SPRING- Two Options

Option #1- Traditional Youth Academy

Train Wednesday Nights and Interclub game Saturday Morning.

Option #2- u7/u8 WSSL TEAM

We will form 2 new Wolves-Hawks Teams that will play in WSSL (Western Suburban Soccer League)... 8 Games between April 15 and June 15, along with 16 training sessions (Mon/Wed).

This will give players and families who are thinking about trying-out in June for the WHSC the best chance to be ready for tryouts and understand what the club soccer life looks like.

To register contact Amy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

2014 Boys High School Awards

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Congratulations to the following Wolves players for being recognized by the Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association:

Honor Name School Club Team Posistion Grade
Dream Team Zemanski, Jack Canton High School, Canton Wolves 97 Midfield 12
Dream Team Rutz, Connor Walled Lake Northern HS, Commerce Wolves 97 Midfield 12
           
Division 1 - First Team Zemanski, Jack Canton High School, Canton Wolves 97 Midfield 12
Division 1 - First Team Gotaas, Grant Clarkston High School, Clarkston Wolves 97 Keeper 12
Division 1 - First Team Rutz, Connor Walled Lake Northern HS, Commerce Wolves 97 Midfield 12
Division 1 - Second Team Falk, Patrick Berkley High School, Berkley Wolves 97 Midfield 12
Division 1 - Second Team Kaczmarek, Austin Stevenson High School, Livonia Wolves 99 Keeper 11
Division 1 - Honorable Mention Olson, Hunter Canton High School, Canton Wolves 98 Forward 11
Division 1 - Honorable Mention Blake, Michael Plymouth High School, Canton Wolves 98 Midfield 11
Division 1 - Honorable Mention Massey, Nick Salem High School, Canton Wolves 99 Forward 11
Division 1 - Honorable Mention Czajkowski, Peter University of Detroit Jesuit HS, Detroit Wolves 98 Defender 11
Division 1 - Honorable Mention Brown, Nick Walled Lake Northern HS, Commerce Wolves 97 Forward 12
Division 2 - First Team Thornton, Ben Linden High School, Linden Wolves 97 Midfield 12
Division 2 - First Team Wright, Kevin Linden High School, Linden Wolves 97 Forward 12
Division 2 - Second Team Omar, Shady Haslett High School, Haslett Wolves 97 Forward 12
Division 2 - Honorable Mention Tucker, Anthony Divine Child High School, Dearborn Wolves 99 Midfield 11
Division 2 - Honorable Mention Moreno, Ryan Notre Dame Preparatory School, Pontiac Wolves 97 Field Player 12
Division 3 - First Team DeSana, Kyle Grosse Ile High School, Grosse Ile Wolves 99 Forward 10
Division 3 - Honorable Mention Johnson, Abraham Lumen Christi Catholic HS, Jackson Wolves 99 Midfield 10
Division 3 - Honorable Mention Wilbur, Stephen Powers Catholic High School, Flint Wolves 98 Keeper 11
Division 3 - Honorable Mention Wahoski, Eric St. Mary Catholic Central HS, Monroe Wolves 99 Black Midfield 10
Division 4 - Second Team Deruiter, Christian University Liggett School, Grosse Pointe Wolves 99 Black Midfield 10
Division 4 - Honorable Mention Charlick, Micah Franklin Road Christian School, Novi Wolves 98 Midfield 11

Shaba scores two to help GVSU repeat as National Champions

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Grand Valley State captured a second consecutive NCAA championship with a 3-0 victory against Rollins at Owsley B. Frazier Stadium.

"This year, we were able to present a different challenge to them, being defending national champions," first-year coach Jeff Hosler said. "Being a new coaching staff, we never talked about being the national champions. Never once did the girls hear us talk about last year, or the national championship. That was our mentality all along: if we [win a national title] this year, it's going to be because we earn it; it's not going to be given to us because we won one last year."

Guiseppe Barone get 2 assists in the Academy Select game

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LAKEWOOD RANCH, Florida (Dec. 1, 2014) – The Academy Select Red Team (1998-99) defeated the Academy Select Blue Team (1998-99) 2-1 during the 2014 Development Academy Select Game at the Premier Sports Campus.

A game-winning goal in the 78th minute by forward Chaz Burnett (Players Development Academy) boosted the Select Red Team to victory, after a goal from Select Blue defender Sean O’Hearn (PA Classics) in the 50th minute had tied the score.

The Academy Select Game serves as a platform for Academy players who have been hand-picked by U.S. Soccer Technical Advisors and Youth National Team staff to show their skills and get the opportunity to be noticed by the scouting network in a competitive environment, with the potential opportunity to further their play in the Youth National Team system and beyond. The game consisted of two 40-minute halves.

The first half opened up with both teams trading passes and keeping much of the game in the midfield. However, in the 19th minute, Select Blue forward Brandon Purdue (Richmond United) produced the first real threat of the game.

Purdue’s shot appeared to be headed to the left side of the net, but Select Red starting goalkeeper Andrew Panneberg (Charlotte Soccer Academy) was just able to get his fingertips on the ball and deviate it out of bounds to keep the match scoreless.

The Select Red Team gave itself a really good chance to take the lead before the half as midfielder Giuseppe Barone (Crew Soccer Academy Wolves) weaved through several defenders on the left side of the box and directed a crafty pass to Burnett whose shot went wide left.

The second half was a different story as both teams came out at full speed and without wanting to waste any more time. The first goal of the game came on the 43rd minute courtesy of defender Matthew Constant (Dallas Texans) who took a pass from Barone and knocked it in to give the Select Red Team the 1-0 lead.

Not wishing to lag behind, the Select Blue Team took advantage of a driven free kick from midfielder Matias Barraza (Weston FC) as he found O’Hearn at close range for the header toward the inside of the left post to even the score at 1-1 in the 50th minute.

With only a couple of minutes left in the game, Burnett broke the stalemate and gave the Select Red Team the win with a shot down the middle that was sent his way once again by Barone, who assisted on both goals for the Red Team.

Original Article from USsoccer.com

ECNL ALUMS DOMINATE AWARDS IN THE POWER 5 CONFERENCES

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RICHMOND, Va. (December 2, 2014) – In unprecedented fashion, alums from the Elite Clubs National League dominated the 2014 individual awards in the SEC, ACC, Big Ten, Pac-12, and Big 12, also known as the “Power 5” conferences.  The 2014 freshman class of ECNL Alums swept the awards for Freshman of the Year and accounted for 38 of the 55 total 2014 All-Freshman or All-Newcomer spots in the Power 5.  In total, ECNL Alums claimed 11 different Player of the Year awards and 118 All-Conference honors across the SEC, ACC, Big Ten, Pac-12, and Big 12. 

After only five years of ECNL soccer, the number of ECNL Alums playing at college soccer’s highest levels is staggering.  In total, the Power 5 feature more than 960 players that played in the ECNL as youth players:

  • Pac-12 – 208 ECNL Alums
  • Big Ten – 205 ECNL Alums
  • Big 12 – 149 ECNL Alums
  • ACC – 207 ECNL Alums
  • SEC – 194 ECNL Alums

Not only is the ECNL the broadest path to the top programs and conferences in the country, the best of the best in these conferences are also ECNL Alums.  The transformative impact of the ECNL has never been more apparent than the list of award winners in the Pac-12, Big Ten, Big 12, ACC, and SEC:

Pac-12

  • 2014 Pac-12 Player of the Year (Sam Mewis, Boston Breakers)
  • 2014 Pac-12 Freshman of the Year (Andi Sullivan, Bethesda SC)
  • 2014 Pac-12 Goalkeeper of the Year (Katelyn Rowland, San Juan)
  • 8 of 11 players in the 2014 Pac-12 All-Conference First Team
  • 12 of 20 players in the 2014 Pac-12 All-Conference Second Team and Honorable Mention
  • 9 of 11 in the 2014 Pac-12 All-Freshman Team

Big Ten

  • 2014 Big Ten Freshman of the Year (Emily Ogle, Internationals)
  • 7 of 22 in the 2014 Big Ten All-Conference First and Second Teams
  • 7 of 11 in the 2014 Big Ten All-Freshman Team

Big 12

  • 2014 Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year (Janine Beckie, Real Colorado)
  • 2014 Big 12 Newcomer of the Year (Michaela Abam, Texas Rush)
  • 10 of 22 in the 2014 Big 12 All-Conference First and Second Teams
  • 7 of 11 in the 2014 Big 12 All-Newcomer Team

ACC

  • 2014 ACC Freshman of the Year (Megan Buckingham, Michigan Hawks)
  • 2014 ACC Midfielder of the Year (Danielle Colaprico, PDA)
  • 7 of 11 in the 2014 ACC All-Conference First Team
  • 16 of 22 in the 2014 ACC All-Conference Second and Third Teams
  • 8 of 11 in the 2014 ACC All-Freshman Team

SEC

  • 2014 SEC Offensive Player of the Year (Shea Groom, Sporting Blue Valley)
  • 2014 SEC Defensive Player of the Year (Arin Gilliland, Ohio Elite)
  • 2014 SEC Freshman of the Year (Savannah McCaskill, Carolina Elite SA)
  • 10 of 14 in the 2014 SEC All-Conference First Team
  • 10 of 14 in the 2014 SEC All-Conference Second Team
  • 7 of 11 in the 2014 SEC All-Freshman Team

Across college soccer, the “ECNL player” has become the epitome of the next generation collegiate soccer player.  Congratulations to these players for continuing their journey of success in college, and representing what it means to be an ECNL Alum.

To learn more about the ECNL College Impact, visit www.amazingyoungwomen.com/p/the-impact.

Hawks 98 Black enjoy UNC Game

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While attending the CASL showcase in North Carolina the U17 Hawks Blacks players attended the UNC game to cheer on Summer & Megan. Great Club support. 

Go HAWKS !!!

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NSCAA announces 2014 All-American teams

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The National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced the 2014 NSCAA Youth All-America Teams, as well as the 2014 Youth Boys and Girls Players of the Year. A total of 80 players (40 boys, 40 girls) were named to the All-America Teams. All-Americans and their accomplishments will be celebrated and recognized at the NSCAA All-America Luncheon held during the 2015 NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia on Saturday, Jan. 17th, 2015.

Congratulations to Michigan Hawks Zoe Morse, Countney Petersen, and Kate Morris!