Monday, May 2, 2016

U16G Girls Youth Soccer

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Anonymous said...

How dense are you? Nobody plays for free. At their ID sessions, Spirit DA is quoting a price tag of $7k, including travel. Do you really think a organization that can barely break even as it is can afford to pay full freight for 100+ kids per year (Spirit also has a MD academy).

Now try again but this time bring a legitimate argument, not something based on a complete misrepresentation of what is actually going to happen.

Anonymous said...

7 K inc. travel?

Not too bad

Anonymous said...

***Stay Away from PDA! ** Splash - until The Beard is replaced. Worst coach in soccer. Has no clue what he's doing.

Anonymous said...

Everyone hates a coach when you lose. Everyone loves a coach when you win. When Splash starts winning those negative posts will stop.

Anonymous said...

It'll stop as soon as the PDA GDA soccer tryouts are over this weekend.

Anonymous said...

Why?

Anonymous said...

Playing along as well. Sounds to me like someone with a grudge against Spirit DA or someone not wanting some key players from kids' ECNL team to leave for GDA. They have very good coaches, great facilities. Great start already.

Anonymous said...

Geared toward 11:40 am reference.

Anonymous said...

No matter where your daughter is trying out for DA, it comes down to evaluators and decision-makers. An existing "top" player should have a leg up. Or an evaluator has a list of existing players that are "bubble", looking for replacements.
I don't think these tryouts will be any different than any others.
Bashing clubs to keep people away from tryouts is ultimately lame....

Anonymous said...

Chiming in - agree with you but it happens. People are very territorial.

Anonymous said...

PDA tryouts or ID for outsiders?
A bit early for tryouts no?

Anonymous said...

Splash won't start winning until that loser the Beard, brings in new players. He has already been recruiting. He's a loser!

Anonymous said...

And that's because JB can't coach. The girls he has are fine. He's the reason they are losing!

Anonymous said...

So if they play DA they don't have to worry about him.

Anonymous said...

I agree 11:33 - If the team is going to lose at least 10 players for the GDA team - bringing in new players is a sign the NPL teams don't have 10 replacements. So if the kids play GDA they are fine if they are not good enough and play ECNL then they will make their own opinions of the coach.

PDA's Pyramid am I correct

Sky Blue - PDA 20 players (10/10 between 02'sand 01's) or could be more than 20.

Two ECNL teams - 2002 to use NPL players and 2001 to use NPL players.

NPL teams might fold as I am sure PDA will try to get two ECNL teams in each age group.

What happens to the NPL Clubs not in the ECNL? Do they still think this is the way to go? or do they go back to USYS Regional and National league?

For example Massapequa, NYSC, Manhattan, NJ Crush, STA, NJ Stallions, SJEB, NJ Wildcats, LVU to name a few.

or does the ECNL adopt the Boys ECNL model where they take NPL champions?


GDA - very simple approx 80 clubs for girls and 160 for Boys - I can see the girls number increasing. TOP of the PYRAMID

Level 2 - very good college recruiting level
ECNL - US Club
NCS/National League - USYS

level 3
NPL - Us Club
Regional Leagues - USYS

level 4
Other Regional Leagues CCL, NEP, EDP to name a few from both US Club and USYS

We saw BYC this season - and next year the Pyramid power play as parents look to put their kids in the best situation for their family.

Just a shame this didn't happen when our kids were u10.

Anonymous said...

Blah blah blahhh

You don't know diddly

Anonymous said...

hey 8:48 - 1:41 here - you got that right pal. Just a goomba with a girl that loves this game.

Anonymous said...

How were tryout numbers at various clubs in the region this past weekend?

Anonymous said...

strong...........

I wonder who attended multiple sessions - or if players are throwing all eggs in one basket, so to speak

Anonymous said...

PDA did a nice job keeping the turnout small

Anonymous said...

PDA Splash team is one of 3 in top bracket at Jeff Cup. Being from NJ I would want to be in one of those 3. Top bracket, Jeff Cup at U16! That is pretty awesome.

Anonymous said...

Yes, indeed

Hope they continue to represent NJ well.

How many of them will be playing Academy?

Anonymous said...

Judging by numbers over the weekend, they will be all be rostered DA

Anonymous said...



Hmmmmmmm

I am very certain that someone in a prior post said Baltimore Armour wouldn't have GDA and that players in the Baltimore would come to Central PA.....maybe the left over players..


-The Washington Spirit has added Baltimore Armour as a U.S. Soccer Girls’ Development Academy partner for the state of Maryland, which will now be called “Washington Spirit Baltimore Armour.” This partnership adds to the relationship already in place with Montgomery Soccer Incorporated (MSI), creating a direct “path to the pros” for over 11,000 female players in one of the nation’s top soccer player development markets.

“When we began the process of creating a U.S. Soccer Development Academy, this Spirit Baltimore Armour partnership was our optimal vision to add to MSI,” said Washington Spirit professional team head coach and Academy technical director Jim Gabarra. “The commitment this partnership represents will provide a platform to develop world class players and coaches here in Maryland.”

Baltimore Armour was created in early 2015 through a partnership between Soccer Association of Columbia (SAC) and Pipeline Soccer Club (Pipeline) and currently boasts one of the top U.S. Soccer Boys’ Development Academies in the nation. By partnering with the Washington Spirit, Baltimore Armour is now directly connected to a professional club in the top female league in the world, the National Women’s Soccer League.

“This is a monumental day for girls soccer in Maryland,” said Pipeline Soccer Club co-founder and vice president, as well as former U.S. National Team and D.C. United star Santino Quaranta. “The staff at Baltimore Armour are thrilled to work with the Washington Spirit and build a world class academy.”

Washington Spirit Baltimore Armour will be managed overall by Spirit 1st Assistant Coach Denise Reddy, who will be naming the full coaching staff in the coming weeks. With Reddy at the helm, players involved in the Development Academy will have unprecedented access to learn from and impress someone who not only knows what it takes to succeed as female professional players, but someone who can provide them with that opportunity directly when the time comes.

The clubs will announce the first opportunity for female players born from 1999-2005 to show off their talent later this week. Teams will be formed in the 19 and under, 17 and under, 15 and under, and 14 and under age groups, with exceptionally talented players born in 2005 also considered for the 14 and under team. Additionally, travel soccer players on teams at SAC, Pipeline, and MSI as of the fall 2017 season, will be eligible to participate in Development Academy activities and a limited number of games as “Developmental Players.”

Anonymous said...

Intersting
Link please?

Anonymous said...



http://washingtonspirit.com/pro/washington-spirit-baltimore-armour-join-forces-for-u-s-soccer-girls-development-academy/

Anonymous said...

Jeff Cup schedules are out

http://events.gotsport.com/events/Default.aspx?eventid=53446

Anonymous said...

Top bracket will be exciting to watch!! Anyone of the teams has equal shot at coming out on top

Anonymous said...

So how exactly will PDA get 2 ECNL teams???? Why wouldn't they move the Hornets to ECNL and leave South team at NPL and maybe move Shore to NPL?

Anonymous said...

How did they get two NPL teams? Stars could of had 3 NPL teams!

I don't think Hornets would be ECNL - I think South makes more sense since the GDA is North, Shore is in the USYS Regional with national league on the horizon since they will get the nod for any open spot if they don't qualify directly.

North - GDA
South - ECNL
Shore - USYS
North - NPL

Anonymous said...

Sky Blue PDA - approx 10 players from Splash.

Splash ECNL - will need 10 players from Hornets/South

Hornets NPL - will need 5 players
South NPL - will need 5 players

So we read Splash looking at 6 players (as reported on this board) could be to determine where they stack up with NPL players before tryouts in regards to spots on Splash.

Anonymous said...

The North definitely has a larger pool of girls to choose from. With their location they could pull girls from north and south Jersey.

Anonymous said...

If there is still a half a team of ECNL players that are all from the north area, I doubt they would uproot those girls and force them to travel to the south complex.

Anonymous said...

Seems there are mergers every week lately, in preparation for GDA

Anonymous said...

10:37
Do you care to share whose merging?

Anonymous said...

Regarding the mergers... our DOC said that both World Class and East Meadow will be outsourcing their GDA's. This allows them to keep ECNL.

The rumors are that:
NYCFC will run East Meadow's GDA.

Not sure who World Class is teaming up with?

Anonymous said...

Is that allowable? Sounds shady. Why bother applying for GDA then?

Anonymous said...

NYCFC has now been tied to East Meadow and to World Class

And you dont think there is any MONEY in this?

Anonymous said...

PDA so weak at this age,they to look some where else for players

Anonymous said...

3 kids committed high D1 already, 2 as freshmen. Thats just the ones I am aware of.

Yeah, weak group.

Anonymous said...

http://www.ussoccerda.com/20170216-feat-miriam-hickey-director-of-us-soccer-girls-development-academy-qa

Anonymous said...

PDA was very busy recruiting players last spring and over the fall and winter. Don't worry about them not having enough talent. There are players at practices all the time looking to get on the team!

Anonymous said...

Presentation from FC Virginia townhall:
https://sports.bluesombrero.com/Portals/6404/docs/...hall_Final%202_15_17%20re2.pdf

First part is club specific info but last section is on DA. FCV says they have meet criteria to have both DA and ECNL but haven't received word back from ECNL if they'll be allowed to have both. Consensus around northern Virginia is they will NOT have ECNL. Most other stuff is generic DA info. Estimated cost is $2750/year plus travel, which they think will be less than ECNL travel costs.

TIFWIW

Anonymous said...

I forgot, they also have hired Julie Shackford, former Princeton women's coach, to work in the DA.

While their tryouts are just starting, FCV is much further in organization than Spirit VA.

Anonymous said...

Any word on how Penn Fusion will be handling Girls DA and ECNL? are they dropping ECNL and going GDA only next year.

Anonymous said...

I thought the DA was free like the boys side, just travel exp? What will PDA & CSA be charging?

Anonymous said...

It's cheaper than our ECNL fees, currently. Win, win.

Anonymous said...


Penn Fusion will have GDA. The ECNL told PF they are no longer in the ECNL after this year.

Anonymous said...

6:23 If you are top of the roster player it will be free.
Approx 10 roster spots per club will be free everyone else pays.
The Boys DA is not a free ride for all yet, noway the GDA can be.

Anonymous said...

12:14 - PF told ECNL they were going GDA as they want to continue to be in the top of the pyramid. They want their players to be ready for the next level and beyond. Exciting times for sure.

Anonymous said...

Most of the membership at PF, along with 2 of the PF ECNL coaches are not happy about GDA. Those that think it is exciting times don't seem to understand what is coming. GDA at a NWSL makes sense, so guess we will see what happens here.

Having 30 girls on a GDA roster, most coming from the existing PF NPL and ECNL teams won’t make for a great experience for the kids. Kids want to play in games and there simply won’t be enough games to play for all the players. Especially when a significant amount of the players on the roster won’t be able to play at the GDA level, but the club will have to keep the player pool high for a number of reasons, player quality not being one of them. The best kids will be fine; the problem will be that there aren’t enough top level kids for consistency and that means players won’t get playing time. Also, not all the good girls want to play GDA and give up on high school soccer.

We were told about 30 players per team, 18 being able to dress and then having limited subs because of the substitution rules will make for some very unhappy parents and players. Parents are also disappointed that there doesn’t seem to be a quality option outside of GDA. Not all of the girls even want to do GDA. After losing the ECNL option people have some difficult choices to make.



Anonymous said...

Okay - we got the GDA vs ECNL thing down.

How about NPL leagues with club "A" teams. What happens to NYCSL or EDP NPL? Do these apply for ECNL or leave NPL like Massapequa is going to do.

With NPL being relegated below GDA and ECNL these clubs/teams are crazy if they don't switch back to USYS. USYS is set up with pro/rel in many ways.

Regional League >>> National League >>> USYS Championships
State Cup >>> Regional Championships >>> USYS Championships

two ways to ge to their National Championship which many say will be equal to ECNL Championships.

oh the drama

Anonymous said...


For female players that want to play in college, ECNL and GDA will be the two best ways to get there. The other options will continue to be the path for kids that don't want to play college soccer or are just looking to play D-III.

Perhaps some might want to go back to the days of USYS of having to travel to Barboursville, WV or Rhode Island to play on dirt fields against rec level teams from Vermont, New Hampshire, Western NY and West Virginia, but those that have had the chance to play in the ECNL or DA are not going back to USYS. There is a massive difference between the quality of ECNL and USYS. Even the boys are pulling out of USYS to do boys ECNL. USYS will continue to be for lower level participation based soccer and not competitive soccer.

Anonymous said...

3:39 Jefferson Cup is split 50/50 between USYS National league and ECNL teams. Yup they are not equal.

USYS NATIONAL LEAGUE
1. 1776 UNITED FC XTREME
2. BRYC ELITE ACADEMY 01/02
3. CINCINNATI UNITED CUP 01 GOLD
4. NJ STALLIONS ACADEMY 01
5. SJEB RUSH 01 GIRLS ACADEMY
6. SOUTH SHORE SELECT U16 AP
7. TOTAL FA TFA ELITE 01
8. UNITED FUTBOL ACADEMY

1. ALBERTSON FURY '01 ECNL
2. BETHESDA SC ECNL UNION 01
3. CASL 01 GIRLS ECNL
4. FC VIRGINIA ECNL 01
5. MCLEAN YS 01 GIRLS ECNL
6. PDA SPLASH 2001 ECNL
7. PENN FUSION SA ECNL 2001
8. RICHMOND UNITED 01 ECNL

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ECNL teams not in top flight

CONNECTICUT FC ECNL U16
MARYLAND UNITED FC 01 ECNL
EAST MEADOW SC 01 ECNL

USYS Regional 1 Championships in VA not WV
Yup instead they play CFC Delco, FC Bucks, WNY Flash My kid played u14 last year and these teams wouldn't stand a chance vs my kid's team but it'snot about team any longer it's about the players and being in the top flights. correct?

Again my question is about NPL Clubs not in ECNL Manhattan, Massapequa, NJ Crush, NJ wildcats, NJ Stallions, SJEB.

in VA/MD the top CCL teams play USYS NCS.

Will these teams continue the US club route or are you saying all the players on these teams should go to the 5 ECNL teams in those 2 states? Wow that would be a huge roster.

Again do these teams stay NPL (US Club) or do they start leaving NYCSL to join LIJSL or EDP to play NCS and region 1 league?

PS. Region 1 league plays 6 games at two tournaments and a few local games, not the old USYS you remember.

Anonymous said...

GDA and ECNL at the top. Region I League and NPL are below, Different standards that won't change.

Anonymous said...

Was at the indoor state cup last night and saw some good soccer played by some very talented young ladies. Competition seem to be about even with 1 or 2 teams really standing out. However there was 1 coach whose team and name I will not mention that acted like a complete jackass. Please explain how screaming at your players with vitriol and anger make them better!

Anonymous said...

Some NPL teams may be ADDED to ECNL

Anonymous said...


No NPL teams will be added, the league has added clubs, some of which may be NPL programs to replace the ECNL clubs that left for the GDA.

Anonymous said...

I dont think the ECNL landscape is quite set yet for September

Anonymous said...

2:37 - I am a member of PF and I disagree with your comments. Many of us, including the kids and the coaches are excited. Those that aren't happy will move. And, those slots will be filled immediately.

Anonymous said...

Saw your post 2:37 - and agree with the above poster. I am not a member. Your assessment as to who will be filling the Penn Fusion GDA slots is incorrect also. The presentation noted that the best players will be there whether those players are PF or not. Sounds like sour grapes to me. Enjoy your drink.

Anonymous said...

2:37 - oh you apparently were not at the meeting, 22 per roster.

Anonymous said...

12:21am is it true PF will be rotating the 6 players from their Pre academy into the Academy roster?

Anonymous said...

I was at meeting and heard that they will have up to 4 development players (not necessarily) that will practice, but are not on the roster. They may earn a roster spot based on development, but not a guarantee.

Anonymous said...

6:25 what do these clubs do from the NYCSL NPL? As you said they are now tier 3 and can't play in GDA or ECNL the only way they can get into National league is by playing Region1 or NCS and both are USYS not US Club so they don't have the passes. What now for them? NPL is like the President's Cup on the USYS side. The Regional Championships, USYS NAtional League/NCS Championships still get the coaches so to call them a step below is not true.

What do these clubs do? Stay tier 3 NPL or do they move to USYS side since they can't move to ECNL?

Brentwood Youth Soccer Club NPL-01
Manhattan Soccer Club NPL-01
Massapequa Soccer Club NPL-01
New York Soccer Club NPL-01
NJ Crush FC NPL-01
NJ Stallions Academy NPL-01
Princeton SA NPL-01
Quickstrike FC NPL-01
STA NPL-01
SUSA FC NPL-01

We will see what the NJ NPL teams do once the NJ NCS teams are announced. I am willing to bet all are playing.

ALLEYCATS 2001G NPL
CEDAR STARS ACADEMY - MONMOUTH 2001
FC COPA ACADEMY G01 BLACK
JERSEY UNITED SOCCER SPARTANS 01G EDP
NJ WILDCATS FURY-NPL
TSF ACADEMY 2001G

BETHESDA SC STORM 01
MARYLAND RUSH RUSH 01G NPL
NEW JERSEY RUSH 02 GIRLS WHITE
PIPELINE SC BLACK
SAC PREMIER BLUE
SJEB RUSH 01 GIRLS PREMIER WHITE

so while 6;25 is saying "GDA and ECNL at the top. Region I League and NPL are below, Different standards that won't change." THREE region1 teams in top flight at Jefferson Cup over Three ECNL teams,something doesn't add up 6:25

PS. Let'sget one thing straight GDA is the top of the Pyramid ECNL is tier 2
just like USYS National League / NCS. There will always be teams like PA Strikers that can't play ECNL or GDA and are equal to them in talent so the alternate is USYS National league for those teams

Anonymous said...

Heard PA Strikers are moving the team over to an ECNL club for the 2017-18 season.

Anonymous said...

They are coming late to the party. Why play the 2nd tier?

Anonymous said...

Love what STA is doing to get their teams college exposure!

Anonymous said...

Please share what STA is doing. The comment is very random. Would like to hear what they are doing differently than other clubs.

Anonymous said...

??? Isn't everyone? That's the name of the game. These kids aren't playing just for fun, sadly. It's about getting looks to play in college or beyond.

Anonymous said...

So PA Strikers won't be free anymore?

Anonymous said...

Where have you been? They haven't been free in at least a year.

Anonymous said...

WOW - thanks 11:23 didn't know that.

Anonymous said...

While you guys go back and forth GDA vs ECNL, I am going to start talking about something really taboo, results in the now 2016/2017. Starting off with the current top of the pyramid which looks like this going into the spring.

Champions League Qualifiers
McLean Youth Soccer ECNL U16 [2.69]
Penn Fusion SA ECNL U16 [2.50]
FC Virginia ECNL U16 [1.79]
Bethesda SC ECNL U16 [1.64]
FC Bucks ECNL U16 [1.50]
East Meadow SC ECNL U16 [1.17]
Connecticut FC ECNL U16 [1.00]
Albertson Fury ECNL U16 [1.00]

Champions League Wild Card Qualifiers
Maryland United FC ECNL U16 [1.89]

North American Cup Qualifiers
Boston Breakers Academy ECNL U16 [2.33]
FC Stars of Massachusetts ECNL U16 [2.33]
Continental FC ECNL U16 [2.00]
World Class FC ECNL U16 [1.33]
FSA FC ECNL U16 [1.33]

Showcase Qualifiers
Richmond United ECNL U16 [1.16]

Not Qualified - Post Season
WNY Flash Academy - ECNL U16 [0.80]
PDA ECNL U16 [0.67]
FC Boston Scorpions ECNL U16 [0.33]
Match Fit Academy ECNL U16 [0.00]

Anonymous said...

Thanks 5:40 - - a lot of these teams have played zero to 3 games...

Anonymous said...

Which ECNL club? I am guessing CFC for Strikers. Makes sense there is no compeition in the USYSA world. Their model, great as it was, is anachronistic. Sorry their daddy warbucks stopped infusing his money into it. It was a great thing with parents having zero influence. Coach's dreamworld.

Anonymous said...

How many of the Strikers will play DA?

May suck up some of the 30% scholarship money

Anonymous said...

@ 6:30 pm - i'm surprised they didn't make a move long before this upcoming spring season. As someone already posted, they are late to the party. Many of the top players across the country have moved out of various USYS teams, already.

Anonymous said...

11:15 - possibly. Many clubs will most likely reward the kids that helped them earn the emblem. The top players that can go anywhere and improve a team.

Anonymous said...


At this point I doubt you will see any kids from 1999-2001 FC Bucks, CFC and PA Strikers move to DA. It just isn't worth leaving high school soccer now as most of the DA level players are set with college. The most movement will happen with 2002 players and younger. The 2003 players won't have an understanding of high school soccer so it won't be an issue with making the DA commitment.

Anonymous said...

9:05 - You probably didn't think the GDA was going to happen this year, either.

Anonymous said...

If daughter is "committed", then ask future college coach where they recommend she plays. End of story!
They'll want the highest level possible.
Yes, my daughter asked. And no, HS was not included in the answer.

Anonymous said...


Our daughter is going to a program that was in the 2016 Final Four this year. He said to stay where we are because the coaching is better at our ECNL program. He also thinks the GDA is going to be a bust. If moving to the GDA was going to be a better option we would move, but at this point it won't. It is good people have options.

Anonymous said...

Yup
Check with future coach and go with it

Anonymous said...

10:25 - well I know kids that were supposed to go to the futsal finals as well and passed because it doesn't matter. Those kids are doing GDA. It's whatever you want to get out of it.

Anonymous said...

whoops, wrong blog. Erase, erase. Thought I was on futsal blog.

Anonymous said...

I'll play along...they played futsal and skipped finals for no good reason?
Went to chuck e cheese instead?

Anonymous said...

Hi 10:25 - interesting, but I am not sure I follow.
She "is" going or "was" going? And, were you leaving to go from one ECNL to another ECNL? And you are saying the ECNL coach from the team you were looking to join said don't join because the coaching at the team you were looking to leave is better (you must not have agreed if you were looking to leave)? Many holes in this one it seems.

Anonymous said...

I beleive the poster was talking about his daugher's college commitment, not one ecnl to another

Anonymous said...

My gal is going to a school that probably would have been in final four if they had their full roster (kids were at WCups) and her coach said to do GDA. Options.

Anonymous said...

Then that rules out UNC. He wasn't too happy about the whole red shirt season....

Anonymous said...

Can't name a school that liked it; unless their girls didn't opt in like Stanford. Not much they can do when it's an international sport and the FIFA WC's happen to fall during your college season. They do try to plan around it, but it's all about who gets called up.

Anonymous said...

Internationals coming in and playing 1-2 years NCAA is problematic.

Anonymous said...

Caveat no?
Many on this board have aspirations for their daughters to play NT.
then their daughter is in college and gets called up and that's a problem?
Choices, choices....

Anonymous said...

When did PA take over this blog. I would like to say congratulations to South Jersey Elite barons. Great job knocking off DCFA.

Anonymous said...

Where's PA?
Are you talking futsal?

Anonymous said...

Jeff Cup winners for top 3 divisions

SJEB Rush
Oakwood
PAC

Anonymous said...

Thank You 10:48 - my top 2s and bottom 2s in every flight

U16 Championship
top 2:
MCLEAN YS 01 GIRLS ECNL
CINCINNATI UNITED CUP 01 GO

Bottom 2
UNITED FUTBOL ACADEMY UFA 01G PREMIER
NJ STALLIONS ACADEMY
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Elite Orange
top 2
OAKWOOD SC ATTACK
MARYLAND UNITED FC 01 ECNL

Bottom2
ARLINGTON SA 2001 GIRLS RED
PREMIER SC NAVY 2001
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Elite Black
top 2
CHARLOTTE SA 01 PREDATOR
GPS-MA NPL GIRLS 2001

Bottom 2
HARFORD FC UNITED THUNDER
PA CLASSICS ACADEMY '01
---------------------------------------
Superior Orange
top 2
VIRGINIA RUSH 01G
WATCHUNG HILLS NJ ELITE

bottom 2
BEACHSIDE SC CT
LOUDOUN SOCCER 01G RED
--------------------------------------
Superior Black
top 2
PDA SOUTH 01
LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED 2001

Bottom 2
SJEB RUSH 01 GIRLS PREMIER
TRIANGLE FC ALLIANCE 01G
-------------------------------------
Platinum Orange
FC STARS NPL 01
SOUTH CENTRAL PREMIER

bottom 2
JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC
------------------------------------
Platinum Black
top 2
EMPIRE UNITED SA ROCHESTER
FC STARS CENTRAL UNITED 01

bottom 2
RICHMOND KICKERS U16 G ELITE
FSA FC GIRLS NPL 01
-----------------------------------
Classic
top 2
PENN FUSION SA NPL 2001
RAMAPO VALLEY SC TORNADOS '

bottom 2
FC RICHMOND FCR MYSTX '01
TSF ACADEMY 2001G

Anonymous said...

Why is East Meadow in the 3rd flight?

Anonymous said...

BC their stats placed them there?

Anonymous said...

who are the idiots who schedule the games for the Jefferson Girls Showcase? Our team is coming from very far east and we have an early game on Friday and a late game on Sunday. Do the organizers give any thought to the amount of time the parents have to take from work and the kids from school? We have to take 2 days from work , the kids 2 days from school and by the time they get home Sunday, it could be 1 am. they then have to get up early for school Monday.

Thanks for the consideration (NOT)

Anonymous said...

Sounds like your coach didn't give you a heads up? Is it your first trip to Jeff Cup?
The early game Friday is why your team hotel booking starts Thursday night.
The latest game is 2:40 Sunday right?
Welcome to Jeff Cup!!

Anonymous said...

Jeff cup is awesome. Great fields, real bathrooms, and the best competition. Weather typically holds up, last year little rain, little cold, but not bad. Mild winter should help as well. Who knows with byc what is going on at jeff cup this year, many of those teams are changed.

Anonymous said...

8:52 - yeah, can be rough. A friend that is from a DI school on the west coast said it would burn him up when he coached youth that heading east to tourneys like Jeff Cup his club would get the early games first day and late games last day. He swore it was intentional. Is it? You would hope not, but.....

Anonymous said...

Word is that the $6-7k estimated cost for Washington Spirit Girls DA does NOT include travel. Because the academy has no existing teams to spread the infrastructure/administrative costs over (admin, fields, coaching, etc.), the DA girls will be paying all of those costs, so fee will be twice as much than the girls at the other local DAs with travel programs in place. Also Spirit was asking for major "contributions" for clubs to be an affiliate of the program to offset the costs but was offering very little in return.

That's a far cry from the free ride for the players that many people on here foolishly believe was going to happen.

Anonymous said...

High level youth soccer is for affluent girls. This is not news.

Anonymous said...

many girls getting DA callbacks?

Anonymous said...

Our club, like many, have only held id for players outside club.
Have only heard indirectly that some have been told to come back for general club tryouts

Anonymous said...

11:22 - i saw that on a comment in maybe it was this blog as far as cost for that club. No one gave it a yeah or nay. If you have any questions, i suggest you go to the source. The blogosphere isn't always correct. A lot of hype.

Anonymous said...

The cost is very subjective club to club. You have to ask the questions if you're uncertain. Many comments on the blog are not 100% fact for everyone...thank god by the way!

Anonymous said...

Or 100% fact, period. I find a lot of whisper down the lane with a keyboard.

Anonymous said...

Agreed. And some info shared may be intentionally misleading and some just silly gossip. Do your homework.

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