2014-2015 Crew Soccer Academy Wolves

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Our U15/16 Development Academy had a phenomenal season finishing 1st in the Central Conference Mid-American Division with a record of 20-2-5.

Our keepers, Jake Crabtree and Hunter Morse, along with our strong defensive line including Bobby Hickson, Quinn Loosle, Louie Meeks, Dominic Nardozzi, Napoleon Outlaw, Matt Phillips, and Michael Pimlott allowed only 24 goals this season. Our midfielders, Giuseppe Barone, Brayden McNitt, Jordan Salhani, Tommy Tenuta, Suniel Veerakone, and Marc Ybarra, along with our forwards Farai Mutatu, Val Qejvani, Anthony Tocco, and Daniel Wright worked seamlessly together scoring a total of 61 goals leading the division in goals scored.

Ranked 4th nationally out of 77 Academy teams, the U15/16 CSA Wolves are attending playoffs in Indianapolis the week of June 22, 2015. Good luck Wolves!

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2015 Summer Goalkeeping Camp

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The Michigan Wolves-Hawks Soccer Club will be holding a summer Goalkeeping Camp.

For: U10-U18 Goalkeepers from any club or team.
When: July 7th 5:30-8:30pm
             July 8th 5:30-8:30pm
             July 9th 5:30-8:30pm
Where: Jaycee Park, 19800 Mayfield Street in Livonia.
Cost: $175 (deadline to register is July 1st)
How to register:  Please complete form, including waiver, and mail in check

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

TO REGISTER FOLLOW THE LINK: https://docs.google.com/

CHECKS MADE TO: WOLVES-HAWKS SOCCER CLUB with PLAYER NAME on "Memo" Line

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

LOCATION: JAYCEE PARK

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.

MDL Regionals

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Good Luck to the U14 Wolves 01 team and Coach Dave Hicklin at the NPL/MDL Regionals this weekend in Waukegan, IL

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WSSL Champions 2015

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Congratulations to the nine teams that won their WSSL Divisions:

U9 Division 1 Winners - U9 Wolves 06 (tied for 1st)
U11 Division 1 Winners - U11 Wolves 04 Black
U13 Division 1 Winners - U12 Wolves 03 Black
U9 Division 2 Winners - U8 Hawks 07
U9 Division 3 Winners - U9 Hawks 06 Red
U10 Division 1 Winners - U10 Hawks 05
U11 Division 1 Winners - U11 Hawks 04 Black
U11 Division 4 Winners - U11 Hawks 04 Saginaw
U13 Division 1 Winners - U12 Hawks 03 Black

Kaya Frazier heads to Portland for U16 WNT Camp

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The United States Under-16 and Under-15 Girls’ National Teams will hold a combined training camp from May 30-June 6 as 48 players born in 2000, 2001 and 2002 gather in Portland, Oregon.

The U-16s, under the direction of Women’s Development Coach Mark Carr, have called in 24 players almost all of whom were born in 2000, with two born in 2001. The U-15s, under the direction of Women’s Development Coach Tricia Taliaferro, features 24 players born in 2001 and four in 2002.

The players born in 2000 are age-eligible for the next FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, which has an age-cut off of birthdays on or after Jan, 1, 1999. The players born in 2001 and 2002 are age-eligible for the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, which will feature an age cut-off of players born on or after Jan. 1, 2001.

U-16 Girls’ National Team Roster By Position:
GOALKEEPERS (3): Katherine Asman (Concord Fire; Roswell, Ga.), Hensley Hancuff (OFC; Edmond, Okla.), Katie Meyer (Eagles; Newbury Park, Calif.)
DEFENDERS (6): Maycee Bell (Sporting Blue Valley; Wichita, Ks.), Cameron Brooks (Lonestar; Round Rock, Texas), Brianna Martinez (New Mexico Rush; Albuquerque, N.M.), Kylie Minamishin (Honolulu Bulls; Mililani, Hawaii), Kennedy Wesley (So Cal Blues; Rossmoor, Calif.), Julietta Thron (Albertson Fury; Caldwell, N.J.)
MIDFIELDERS (7): Croix Bethune (Concord Fire; Alpharetta, Ga.), Coriana Dyke (Colorado Rush; Littleton, Colo.), Kaya Frazier(Michigan Hawks; Rochester Hills, Mich.), Nohemi Mendoza (Heat FC; Las Vegas, Nev.), Allison Schlegel (Colorado Storm; Parker, Colo.), Summer Yates (Pacific NW; Pasco, Wash.), Kali Trevithick (San Diego Surf; Temecula, Calif.)
FORWARDS (8): Sierra Enge (Carlsbad Elite; Cardiff, Calif.), Sophie Hirst (Crossfire Premier; Seattle, Wash.), Catiana Lychywek (Solar Chelsea; Plano, Texas), Rae Perez (Arsenal West; Diamond Bar, Calif.), Ashlynn Serepca (Charlotte Soccer Academy; Cornelius, N.C.), Sophia Smith (Real Colorado; Fort Collins, Colo.), Audrey Weiss (Colorado Rush; Greenwood Village, Colo.), Olivia Wingate (FC Stars of Massachusetts; Wilmington, Mass.)

U12 Wolves '03 Black Junior State Cup Championship Report

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Wolves03Black SCIn our semi final in the pouring rain we started the game strongly and after 10 minutes we scored a goal to fit the occasion with a fantastic drive from 30 yards out from our defensive midfielder, Roberto Molina. We then added a second with a strike from the edge of the box 5 minutes later and we took that 2-0 lead into the break. After the break we quickly added a third and with 20 minutes to go it was 4-0. The whole squad played a part and with 5 minutes left it was 5 - 1 and at the end the Wolves were comfortable winners after a great performance, 5-2.

On Sunday there was no rain but there were winds of around 15 mph or more. In the first half we ended up playing into the wind and we played some great possession soccer the first 15 minutes and moved the ball up the field and were predominantly in the opposition half. At that stage, we then were caught on the break and a momentary lapse in concentration let in Birmingham United to take the lead. Our team had not been behind in any group or qualifying game in the state cup and we did not panic and resumed control and drew level through Jad Yazbeck with 8 minutes left in the half. At 1-1 we started the second half pressing with the wind at our back. The second half was one where there was a lot of tough tackling by both teams and while the Wolves had the majority of possession, Birmingham did not give up many clear chances and were dangerous on the break.

The game moved to extra time and each team had a good chance to score but both keepers made great saves and so the game moved to penalties. Our keeper Haley Craig became the hero pulling off some brilliant saves with Birmingham missing their first 3 penalties and we were able to score our first three to win the cup in dramatic fashion.

U12 Hawks '03 Black win Junior State Cup Championship

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Congratulations to the Hawks U12B team on winning the Michigan Junior State Cup this weekend!

It was hard to believe it was the last weekend in May as the rains came pouring down and the temperatures dropped to, what felt like, sub freezing temperatures due to a nasty wind. The otherwise maintained field became a bog of standing water, yet the girls fought for every square inch of it. The Hawks and their Midland foes traded goals back and forth in a physical battle, ending at 2-2 in regulation time. The girls came off the field shivering and blue, but determined. As they slogged their way through two 10 minute overtimes, they continued to have faith in themselves and each other until they were able to sneak a goal into the corner of the net 5 minutes before the end of overtime. Final score 3-2.

Luckily, Sunday wasn't raining, though the winds had everybody decked out in full winter gear. Lakeshore FC showed up with a fast and furious frontline, which the Hawks were able to match due to smart play and physicality. On the attacking end, the Hawks made good use of wing play and quick passing to set up 3 good goals from open play to win the Championship. Final score 3-0.

All in all a truly great team performance and one each and every member should be proud of. Go Hawks!Hawks03Black SC

Megan Buckingham and Courtney Petersen go to U20 4 Nations tournament

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CHICAGO (May 25, 2015) – U.S. Soccer will stage a four-team Under-20 women’s international tournament from June 2-6 as the USA will host Brazil, Japan and Mexico in the 2015 U-20 Women’s NTC Invitational. All the matches will be played on the Glenn “Mooch” Myernick Field at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, California.

Each of the match days – June 2, 4 and 6 – will feature a doubleheader with the USA playing the second game of the day. The winner of the competition will be based on total points with the first tiebreakers being overall goal difference and then total goals scored. Admission to the matches is free to the public. Parking is free on June 2 and 4, but not on June 6 as there is a Los Angeles Galaxy game that evening at the StubHub Center. All tournament matches will be streamed live on ussoccer.com.

Date

Teams

Kickoff (PT)

Location (U.S. Soccer NTC at StubHub Center)

Tues., June 2

Mexico vs. Brazil

3 p.m.

Glenn “Mooch” Myernick Field – Field #1

Tues., June 2

USA vs. Japan

6 p.m.

Glenn “Mooch” Myernick Field – Field #1

Thurs., June 4

Brazil vs. Japan

3 p.m.

Glenn “Mooch” Myernick Field – Field #1

Thurs., June 4

USA vs. Mexico

6 p.m.

Glenn “Mooch” Myernick Field – Field #1

Sat., June 6

Japan vs. Mexico

12 p.m.

Glenn “Mooch” Myernick Field – Field #1

Sat., June 6

USA vs. Brazil

3 p.m.

Glenn “Mooch” Myernick Field – Field #1

All of the teams are currently preparing for qualifying for the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup which will be held in Papau New Guinea. Like the USA, Brazil has participated in all seven of the FIFA U-19/U-20 Women’s World Cups that have been contested thus far. Japan has participated in four tournaments and Mexico has played in all but the 2004 tournament in Thailand that was a U-19 event.

U-20 Women’s National Team head coach Michelle French has called in 20 players for the tournament, seven of whom are already in college (two players enrolled early and have yet to play a college season in forward Kelcie Hedge (University of Washington and defender Kaleigh Riehl (Penn State) with seven more graduating this summer and heading off for their freshman seasons this fall.

Seven players on the roster were born in 1996, which is the age cut-off for next U-20 Women’s World Cup. Nine were born in 1997 with midfielder Jordan Harr, midfielder Savannah DeMelo and forward Mallory Pugh (all 1998s) and forward Ashley Sanchez (1999), the youngest players on the roster. Pugh was a starter for the U.S. team at the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, while Sanchez was recently called up from the U-17 WNT and is age-eligible for the 2016 U-17 Women’s World Cup to be held in Jordan.

U.S. U-20 Women’s National Team Roster by Position
2015 U-20 Women’s NTC Invitational:
GOALKEEPERS (2): Samantha Leshnak (Ohio Elite; Liberty Township, Ohio), Casey Murphy (Rutgers; Bridgewater, N.J.)
DEFENDERS (6): Alana Cook (Match Fit FC; Far Hills, N.J.), Maddie Elliston (Penn State; Omaha, Neb.), Sabrina Flores (Notre Dame; Livingston, N.J.), Natalie Jacobs (Slammers FC; Coto de Caza, Calif.), Courtney Petersen (Michigan Hawks; Canton, Mich.), Kaleigh Riehl (Penn State; Fairfax Station, Va.)
MIDFIELDERS (8): Megan Buckingham (UNC; Novi, Mich.), Marley Canales (San Diego Surf; San Diego, Calif.), Savannah DeMelo (Beach FC; Bellflower, Calif.), Jordan Harr (Dallas Sting; Sachse, Texas), Mikaela Harvey (Texas A&M; Liberty Hill, Texas), Kelcie Hedge (Washington; Post Falls, Idaho), Emily Ogle (Penn State; Strongsville, Ohio), Parker Roberts (KC Metro Dynamos; Leawood, Ks.)
FORWARDS (4): Hana Kerner (Match Fit FC; Upper Saddle River, N.J.), Mallory Pugh (Real Colorado; Highlands Ranch, Colo.), Taylor Racioppi (PDA; Ocean Township, N.J.), Ashley Sanchez (SoCal Blues; Monrovia, Calif.)

Additional Notes:

  • The CONCACAF qualifying tournament 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup will be held in December in Honduras.
  • Each team is allowed to name 20 players on its tournament roster.
  • Teams will be allowed six total substitutions per game with no re-entry. In the second half of the matches, a team may stop the game a maximum of three times to make substitutions. During each of these stoppages, a team may make more than one substitution, up to the limit of the six total per match.
  • After goal difference and goals scored, the next tie-breakers will be the head-to-head result.
  • Players eligible for the 2015 U-20 Women’s NTC Invitational must have been born on or after Jan. 1, 1996, which is the age cut-off for the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.
  • There will be no suspensions for accumulation of yellow cards during the tournament, but a player receiving a red card will have to sit out a minimum of one match.