Thursday, May 19, 2016

U15 Girls Youth Soccer

U15 young women players are not playing for fun, they are playing to win.

Best to step aside, because they are about to barrel through...

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Anonymous said...

All you USYS guys are pretty funny, okay we get it, enough already, since there are a total of 2-3 of you, relax with the updates, and unsolicited comments already.

Anonymous said...

4:14 You not feeling it goomba.

I'm 3:59 from NY and I responded to 3:38.

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Anonymous said...


Who won region 1 semifinals.

Anonymous said...

4 BRYC 01 Elite (VA)
1 NJCSA Elite (NJ)

This makes 1 of the 2 spots available for the NL open and also makes me 1 for 1.

Anonymous said...

Too easy for a regional semifinal game.

Anonymous said...

6:53 I agree - NJCSA had the luck of the draw and showed their true colors when they played quality.

Since my boy doesn't like my USYSA posts, I put together a list of clubs that might be the next wave of GDA clubs.

NEXT UP for GDA on our side of the map

NWSL & ECNL
Western NY (NY)

WPSL, BDA & NPL
FC Westchester (NY) /New York Soccer Club (NY)
Seacoast United (NH)

WPSL & ECNL
FC Bucks
FC Stars

WPSL & NPL
NJ Wildcats (NJ)
Richmond Strikers (VA)
Yankee Lady FC (CT)

BDA & ECNL Clubs
Bethesda-Olney (Bethesda, Md.)
Richmond United (Richmond, Va.)
Continental FC DELCO (West Chester, Pa.)
World Class FC (Orangeburg, N.Y.)
Albertson SC (Great Neck, N.Y.)

BDA & NPL Clubs
Lehigh Valley United (Whitehall, Pa.)
Prince William Courage (Woodbridge, Va.)
NJCSA (Aberdeen, N.J.)
Oakwood Soccer Club (Glastonbury, Conn.)

UWS & NPL Clubs
New Jersey Copa FC
TSF Academy Valkyries

ECNL Only Clubs
Connecticut FC
East Meadow Soccer Club
FC Virginia
FSA
Maryland United FC
Match Fit Academy
Mclean Youth Soccer

BDA Only Clubs
PA Classics (Manheim, Pa.)
Beachside SC (Norwalk, Conn.)
Baltimore Armour (Ellicott City, Md.)
Cedar Stars Academy (Carlstadt, N.J.)
Met Oval (Queens, N.Y.)
BW Gottschee Academy (Queens, N.Y.)
Everton FC Westchester (Scarsdale, N.Y.)
FC Boston Bolts (Waban, Mass.)

Anonymous said...

GDA as of today

1. Boston Breakers (Watertown, Mass.)
2. Sky Blue FC-PDA (Bernardsville, N.J.)
3. Penn Fusion SA (Westtown, Pa.)
4. Washington Spirit (Boyds, Md.)

If Boys DA is the model, we could see another 16 clubs before the 1st season?

U15/16, U17/18
EAST CONFERENCE

10 teams NORTHEAST DIVISION
10 teams ATLANTIC DIVISION
20 teams

U13/U14
7 teams NORTH ATLANTIC DIVISION
9 teams METRO DIVISION
9 teams NORTHEAST DIVISION
25

on par with ECNL

ECNL
12 teams Northeast Conference
12 teams Mid-Atlantic Conference
24 teams

Would love to see ECNL adopt the boys ECNL model allowing the NPL champions play ECNL.

You see I can talk USYSA, US Club and DA and call it like it is in addition to posting results, GS rankings and Youth Soccer rankings

Anonymous said...

South Shore won on PKs after 1-1 game

Anonymous said...

657. Thank you! NJCSA is an awesome team who played phenomenally. So proud of our team! So nice of others to see this. You did mean that comment as a compliment , yes? Because I can't think of any reason why you wouldn't unless you are just a complete ass or a sore loser

Anonymous said...

Congrats to manalapan. Good to see you guys make semis. From the guy called pda shill, MF coach, your coach, Wildcats coach.

Anonymous said...

9:27 do you really need a translation of the 6:57 comment?

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Anonymous said...

BRYC beats South Shore 1-0 in Region 1 final.

Anonymous said...

Yeah I just watched the game on Youtube, and BRYC forward pushed the SSS girl before her shot, that is a foul. Female Ref. was awful, really really awful.

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Anonymous said...

Where is the link to the game

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Anonymous said...

5:54

You have never beaten us

Anonymous said...

PL i assume? Or should I say former PL? Hope your kid can hang wherever she went because there's more to the game than knocking players to the ground.

Anonymous said...

Wow! A bunch of Jersey girls going out West to the U14 National Team Camp. Very impressive.
Good for NJ soccer.

Anonymous said...

928 Yes impressive representation by NJ. Still do not understand US federation concept of select picking girls at such a young age that not even in HS yet. Many things can change in the next 4 years of growth.

They should of regionalized it not like ODP or anything but at least keep the pool large enough to not chase away girls/boys with future talent that may jump into another sport like Lacrosse because of dreams are not there anymore.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like someone is angry their non-ECNL daughter wasn't selected.

Anonymous said...

No it doesn't. Sounds like someone being realistic.

Not all the girls selected were from ECNL clubs.

Anonymous said...

323 agree and many girls are still growing, developing, and maturing so the percentages they will be overlooked is higher now since they narrow down the pool every time they call girls over for training. They are chasing the less then 1% to early.

Anonymous said...

The likelihood of the girls in the current u14 NTC still being in these national camps come u18 for example is slim. Too many changes will occur between now and when it actually matters but still some very cool bragging rights!

Anonymous said...

22% of the U14 GNT were non-ECNL. In that mix is a non-ECNL Jerseyite. Congrats to her!

Anonymous said...

Where do you find the list of girls going to National camp, I want to see if my daughter's name is on it.

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Anonymous said...

8 46 has to be a MF parent.

Anonymous said...

It's more than bragging rights. These kids are already on the top schools radar by virtue of this appointment. They will have a decided advantage I. The recruitment game. If they stick to u16 next cycle they have a golden ticket.

Anonymous said...

9 out of 36 from NJ-NY-CT. Something is being done right in our area.

http://www.ussoccer.com/stories/2016/07/01/12/46/160701-u14gnt-heads-to-colorado-for-36-player-camp

Anonymous said...

If you are going to include CT include all Region1

2 PDA
1 South Jersey Elite
1 Matchfit Academy

2 East Meadow SC
1 Albertson SC

1 Penn Fusion

1 FC Virginia

1 South Shore Select

1 Connecticut FC

Anonymous said...

9:44 The MF basher troll is now bashing on the MF parents... You have a few missing chromosomes.

Maybe that parent needed some information, you took it upon yourself to dismiss it and to trash a group of parents that have nothing to do with you.

I am sure you must have a lot of issues.

Anonymous said...

Or I have never been a MF fan. Don't like the parents, coaches, club. My boy got burned by this club. It's all the same on boys program to girls programs. MONEY MONEY MONEY

Anonymous said...

If you goto the U15 YNT out of 24 there are 10 from East coast.

1 NYSC
1 RIchmond United
3 Tophat
1 TN SC
1 PDA
1 PF
1 FC Stars
1 BRYSC

If you jump to the U16 YNT out of 26 only 3 from East coast.

1 MF
1 WC
1 FC Stars

If you look at the U17 YNT out of 26 only 4 from east coast

1 PDA
1 PF
1 Richmond United

At U18 YNT out of 20 only 4 East coast

1 NEFC
1 NYSC
1 FC Rev
1 PDA


What does this show? Maybe the weather has something to do with development? Warmer climate means more touches. I know even in the winter most of our teams go inside and practice but the girls have a tougher time doing work on their own. They cant just walk to a local field and practice shots or dribbling.

Anonymous said...

Manalapan is now GotSoccer's top-ranked team, just ahead of the team that trounced them 4-1.

Gotta love GotSoccer

Anonymous said...

8:47 - Interesting analysis.

Weather could definitely be the issue. Maybe Region 1 club coaches have more pull with national coaches at the younger ages to get players placed? Maybe our kids start training earlier and are more advanced than other regions early-on, but other areas catch up to us as the kids go through puberty? Maybe this trend with U14's will carry through and we'll start to see more Region 1 kids each year?

Anonymous said...

The last time the U15s got together there were 3 PDA kids there. There is a U15 CONCACAF cup in August at Disney. Team has not been announced I don't think.

Anonymous said...

8:47 & 9:31 I'll give you the GS4 spin.

Maybe girls are going to clubs that have the connections earlier for placement but these clubs aren't as good at development as they are at placement so their development is lacking and they fall off.

or

Maybe our kid's as a state/region just aren't as good.


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Anonymous said...

A lot of the girls are not developed on an ECNL team but ended up there.

It will be much like the DA, girls will have to play somewhere in the years before they get to the DA. They will have to develop the skills that allow them to make the DA somewhere.

Anonymous said...

I'd don't live out West so I'm making some assumptions here but I'd argue that the larger proportion of Northeast girls on the younger national teams iss less about poor development and more that it's easier for those girls around here to be seen at younger ages. Given the population density, top tournament density, and relative close proximity of national training centers, ODP camps, PDP/ID2, etc., younger players are more likely to travel to the places where the national team selectors will see them. In other regions, many parents of skilled younger players might have to travel much further to reach the training locations and so might be less willing to make the trek at the earlier ages. As the kids get older, top teams will travel to further locations (showcases, etc.) where their top players are more likely to be seen, and parents have a better feel for their kid's skill level so may be more likely to invest the time/money to travel to NTCs/ID2 etc type events.

Anonymous said...

8:47, thanks for the list, and Go NYSC!

Anonymous said...

2015-16 National League U14 Girls Final 4

R1. (OH) CUP Gold 01/02
R2. (NY) Greater Binghamton United FC
B1. (TN) Tennessee SC 20
B2. (MI) PSG MI Gators 02 Orange

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2015-16 Elite Clubs National League U14 Final 4

1. (CA) So Cal Blues SC ECNL U14
2. (OH) Ohio Premier ECNL U14
3. (CA) Eagles Soccer Club ECNL U14
4. (GA) Concorde Fire ECNL U14

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Next Up NPL Finals - July 14-18, 2016 | Aurora, CO

Flight A
NEFC Elite
FC Virginia United Elite 01
Davis Legacy 02
Space City FC

Flight B
Massapequa SC Lil' Rowdies
FC Florida 01/02 Elite Blue-NPL
LVU 01 Girls
BRSC 02 Girls Black

Flight C
PDA South 01 NPL
Claremont Stars SC Stars 01
Lonestars 02G Red SA
EGA Maroon 01 02

Anonymous said...

The population from DC to Boston is about 10% more than the entire state of CA, and the demographic is similar. You should see roughly the same number of players from these areas on these teams. I don't think there is any legit reason for younger or older teams to have any geographic bias unless there is a real bias or in these cases, the sample size is too small. Over time, there should be no difference.

Anonymous said...

I have a slightly different rationale. I have lived on both coasts and i think the west coast in general focuses more on team skills than individual skills. At the same time in nj at least there are a lot of international trainers that are bringing the individual skill level higher than the west coast. I think the more athletic girls are probably so cal but the most skilled are from the ny/nj area.

Anonymous said...

They don't play field hockey and lacrosse in CA to the extent they do in the Northeast.. The reason may be that there are more and varied sports played in the Northeast, which tends to dilute the athletic talent pool in any given sport.

Anonymous said...

Here are the state breakdown for YNT

U15
5 CA
4 GA
3 NC
3 NJ
3 TX
2 HI
2 MI
1 NY
1 VA
1 TN
1 IL


U16
4 CA
3 WA
2 CO
2 NJ
2 OR
1 FL
1 GA
1 HI
1 IN
1 MA
1 MD
1 MI
1 NC
1 NM
1 OK
1 TX

u17
8 CA
3 CO
2 MI
1 KS
1 IN
1 MD
1 WA
1 FL
1 GA
1 NC
1 NJ
1 TX

u18
7 CA
2 WA
2 MI
1 TX
1 OH
1 NY
1 OK
1 MA
1 NV
1 CO
1 PA
1 NJ



Anonymous said...

I do think the FH and Lacrosse make a big difference.

U15 and U16 both have girls from HI. What are the odds they stay on the team? What kind of competition do they get year round in HI?

Anonymous said...

944,not a MF parent,although sometimes I wish I was.Thanks to who ever posted the link.

Anonymous said...

Womens Soccer
375,681 High School Players
26,995 College Players
7.2% Overall % HS to NCAA
2.4% % HS to NCAA Division I
1.9% % HS to NCAA Division II
2.9% % HS to NCAA Division III

and you guys are talking about

92 Players listed in 2:02's post
0.02% High School players to NT camps

I get the facination with it, as we all think our kids are stars.
But really - great for these kids - don't add pressure to the pressure they already have.
Acknowledge and move on, let them enjoy as they try to maintain that level of play

Since the NPL Finals are next up
July 14-18, 2016 | Aurora, CO

NEFC, LVU and PDA South win their group
The Wildcard is hard to call as 6 points will probably be what the team has but the goal differential is hard to call.
IfI had to guess I will gowith my sleeper pick from NY Massapequa or LoneStars.

I really don't see anyone standing in the way of NEFC defending their title before they move to ECNL next season.
They beat PDA South at the PDA event 4-1 and also beat LVU at the same tournament 4-0. The altitude might play a role but that will play a part in everyones game no team can use that as an excuse.

Anonymous said...

Massapequa got lucky, they are no shot, they won’t win a game, their flights will get delayed, their hotel rooms will be given away, their cars will brake-down, they will get lost going to the fields, they will get drunk and fall down, they will use their LI accents to amuse the Colorado faithful, and finally, they will probably have a great time, good luck you bastards....

Anonymous said...

9:06 - that was funny!

Noo Yawk ....

Anonymous said...

Supposedly next batch of GDA clubs being announced today. Predictions?

Anonymous said...

Yes, Go NYSC!

Anonymous said...

World Class

Nobody else local

Anonymous said...

World Class sucks, terrible coaching, crooked CEO, no integrity, but otherwise great!

Anonymous said...

thanks MF DOC

when you point the finger, remember 4 are pointing right back at you

Anonymous said...

12:16 if that was MF they would have bragged about being GDA.
Where is my boy that thought this would be different than the ECNL?

Boca United (Boca Raton, Fla.)
FC Stars (Acton, Mass.)
San Juan Soccer Club (Rancho Cordova, Calif.)
Charlotte Soccer Academy (Matthews, N.C.)
FC Virginia (Chantilly, Va.)
Shattuck-St. Mary’s (Faribault, Minn.)
Clay County Soccer Club (Fleming Island, Fla.)
IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.)
Sting Soccer Club (Addison, Texas)
Dallas Texans (Plano, Texas)
Jacksonville Armada Youth Academy (JFC) (Jacksonville, Fla.)
TSC Hurricane (Tulsa, Okla.)
LA Galaxy San Diego (San Diego, Calif.)
Davis Legacy (Davis, Calif.)
LA Premier FC (La Canada, Calif.)
Virginia Development Academy (Woodbridge, Va.)
Eagles SC (Camarillo, Calif.)
Legends FC (Chino, Calif.)
West Florida Flames (Brandon, Fla.)
East Meadow SC (East Meadow, N.Y.)
Lonestar Soccer Club (Austin, Texas)
Weston FC (Weston, Fla.)
Eastside FC (Preston, Wash.)
Match Fit Academy (Morris Plains, N.J.)
World Class FC (Orangeburg, N.Y.)
Eclipse Select (Oak Brook, Ill.)
Midwest United FC (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
Washington Spirit-Maryland (Boyds, MD.)

Anonymous said...

Our region1 GDA as of today.
53 clubs to date.

1. Boston Breakers (Watertown, Mass.)
2. FC Stars (Acton, Mass.)
3. East Meadow SC (East Meadow, N.Y.)
4. World Class FC (Orangeburg, N.Y.)
5. Sky Blue FC-PDA (Bernardsville, N.J.)
6. Match Fit Academy (Morris Plains, N.J.)

7. Penn Fusion SA (Westtown, Pa.)
8. Washington Spirit (Boyds, Md.)
9. Washington Spirit-Maryland (Boyds, MD.)
10. FC Virginia (Chantilly, Va.)
11. Virginia Development Academy (Woodbridge, Va.)

Anonymous said...

They also said -The 28 clubs will join the Girls’ Development Academy along with the initial group of 25 clubs that were announced on June 30 with more announcements taking place in the near future

Anonymous said...

Non-ECNL/NWSL/MLS GDA teams out of 53
1. Beach FC (Torrance, Calif.)
2. Lamorinda (Moraga, Calif.)
3. Davis Legacy (Davis, Calif.)
4. LA Premier FC (La Canada, Calif.)
5. Legends FC (Chino, Calif.)
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6. Clay County Soccer Club (Fleming Island, Fla.)
7. IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.)
8. Weston FC (Weston, Fla.)
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9. Eastside FC (Preston, Wash.)
10. Cincinnati Development Academy (Cincinnati, Ohio)
11. Shattuck-St. Mary’s (Faribault, Minn.)
12. Midwest United FC (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
13. Charlotte Soccer Academy (Matthews, N.C.)
14. Virginia Development Academy (Woodbridge, Va.)

Anonymous said...

Surprising Match Fit.

Anonymous said...

Well done......

Myabe they have a field leasing agreement in place

Anonymous said...

The 1st Washington Spirit DA was Washington Spirit VA. It will be run by a collection of 4 clubs: Arlington, BRYC, Loudoun Soccer, and SYA. Today's Washington Spirit DA will be based in Maryland.

Anonymous said...

MF was surprising because they said they didn't want to be part of the DA. Not surprising they would get one.

Anonymous said...

Maybe all the girls who left MF will now want to come back?

Anonymous said...

Previously PDA and Match Fit were the class on NJ before these announcements. Now they both have really separated themselves by a very wide margin.

It's not even close.

Anonymous said...

You expect an argument?

Anonymous said...

And they aren't done yet. More coming folks.... Wiping out ECNL as we know it.

Anonymous said...

4:19 No, but feel free. People like to argue here.

Anonymous said...

MF gave up their boys DA. I don't know why they want girls DA.

Anonymous said...

4 06, no as long ecnl Director and doc is there, then there will be no training of any sort

Anonymous said...

5:36 My daughter's best training in her short lifetime has come from the DOC, and ECNL director from MF... after those two coaches the drop off is immense.

You can hate all yo want, but those guys are as good as it gets.

Anonymous said...

5:11 girls soccer is a cash cow. ECNL tested the waters with the big rosters and found parents will pay. ECNL made nice with GDA no one wants to pass on all that money and now they have the USSF backing them cha ching.

There will be some other other clubs asked to the party - as so many have said previously nothing will change we will just call it something else and i am curious what the tuition will be? 3,500 per player?

GDA top of the pyramid for 02/01 girls in year one. I hope no bridges were burned.

ECNL & USYSA NL = level 2

NPL & USYSA ERL and other regional leagues = level 3

EDP, CCL & NEP plus others = level 4

Anonymous said...

Let’s talk about pending HS season, ugh. Our varsity team is participating in a summer-type of league, its laid-back, but it is a pretty good barometer of what can be expected, ugh again. At first, I though I was over-thinking this, and seeing things that were not there, sadly they were real. The perfect vindication for this was my humble wife’s reaction to watching a game recently, bascially she wondering what sport they were playing, uber-ugh.

Anonymous said...

Sorry bro, but ECNL is above USYNL, again I am truly sorry, don't blame the messenger.

Anonymous said...

East meadow is now SUSA FC Academy.

You are so right, I'm sure those players on those teams could do better than play in NC 45 mins from CASL, Disney & Jefferson for showcases and their own national championships plus other showcase events and league games. I agree 100%

Anonymous said...

5 40. As Cris Carter would say. Come on Man

Anonymous said...

Sorry, ISA is now SUSA not EM, come on man....

Anonymous said...

6:59 - not in the loop?

http://home.gotsoccer.com/rankings/team_prev.aspx?teamid=263223

Anonymous said...

So does that make SUSA FC Academy a GDA

SUSA, ISA and EM - should be a strong team no?

Anonymous said...

Come on.... Where are all the July 1 and July 2 posters saying there's no way MF gets a DA.... Hello? You there?

Anonymous said...

Just watched BRYC and SSSE play sorry but actually a little faster pace than the MF vs MI game was a little surprised to see that type of game after reading this board - yes some long balls but both teams tried to play and connect passes also. With both these teams in the NL I would say the quality is right there.

I agree 7:48 where is all those that smack talked this team, I hope they didn't burn bridges. This just means they will get lots of interest come next season. PDA can only take what 12 per age group. let's see if there will be some additional comp from other clubs. I can see NJ having at least 4

Anonymous said...

7:48 I never thought MF would get it. well I was wrong. Who will be the first club to lose this status?

Anonymous said...

6:59- I'm not sure but I think only the hotshotz team from east meadow is now Susa- the whole east meadow club did not merge with Susa- the best as club merged with Susa. That hotshotz team has been together with that same coach forever and didn't want to separate by birth year

Anonymous said...

So you're telling me the Hotshotz parents gave up ECNL to join SUSA, so that they can stay together as a team, are you for real?

Anonymous said...

Sorry, I got autocorrected. I meant to say above that as far as I know only ISA And SUSA merged. Not east meadow.

Anonymous said...

10:23. I don't know for sure. But ECNL is not as highly respected on Long Island as it is in NJ. Also Many of these girls are already identified and don't need the "help" of the ECNL.

Anonymous said...

MFA has very close ties to the national teams. They were vocal about the ECNL, but that was emotion. Had heard some other rumors, but we'll see about those.

Anonymous said...

10:32 do not follow your post

Anonymous said...

Here is what I mean. Over the last 5-6 years for the size of the club they have put as many kids on national teams as anyone. They recently hired a national team staffer as a coach. The ECNL they are very passionate about and had said they were riding that horse. Something obviously changed their minds. Which is fine. Good luck to them. As far as rumors, there are always good ones in this business.

Anonymous said...

First 53 GDA Clubs

the Impact

152 - A license coaches
100 - B license coaches

217 - Full Time Coaches

580 - YNT/WNT players

166 - Pro players

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$4.69 million in scholarships
or
758 full scholarship players
or
14 full scholarships per club
or
4 full scholarships per club per age group.

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Anonymous said...

Are the scholarships for the best players or for families in need of them?

Anonymous said...

That is the million dollar question and the credibility of the program weighs in the balance of the answer. Likely it is a grey area at best.

Anonymous said...

South Shore Select announced they are joining NENPL.

Anonymous said...

Best of both Worlds for SSSE

USYSA National League 7 games (NC & Disney)
USYSA ERL 7 games
New England NPL 7 games

That's 21 league games
with potential for NCS, Region1 Championships, USYSA National Championship games and NPL Final games

Plus any warm up showcase events like Bethesda, Jefferson and PDA/Delco to name a few a very busy Nov- July.

Say what you want 6:13 7/9 as the messenger but if i had a team in the area doing this vs one doing ECNL I would pick the SSSE model vs ECNL unless of course your kid makes the GDA team.

Anonymous said...

why did MF walk away from Boys DA but now has girls DA? Must have something to do with money

Anonymous said...

@748
"Anonymous said...
Come on.... Where are all the July 1 and July 2 posters saying there's no way MF gets a DA.... Hello? You there?
July 9, 2016 at 7:48 PM"

right here absolutely shocked, and I put no credence in the GDA application process because believe me if MF got it, absolutely no one investigated the club before the supposed "award", NO ONE

because even the DOC was looking for other jobs

Anonymous said...

3:32 The fired coach is back complaining about MF.

WC got one too... why are you complaining?

Unless they're already unhappy with you... That's my guess.

Anonymous said...

Yes Political power struggle in play not by club but at USSF GDA v ECNL league. Trying to make to force stronger ECNL clubs what direction to take as none of those clubs will say no once accepted. Smart move by GDA corner the ECNL market of strong clubs first to force the ECNL it's hand. Again you have PDA, MF, WC less than 1 hour from each other makes no sense of geographically.

Question will be which will drop ECNL from their programs? Doubt they will they will go teams of GDA/ECNL/NPL - can only see PDA holding those 3 groups with branches down south and at the shore.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like too many games 12:40

Anonymous said...

It is clear, 3:32 - that DA was meant to be a volume league

They arent being as choosy as they could/were expected to be.

Good for the clubs that were on the fence - or below it.

Anonymous said...

You don't join the NENPL, they are obviously supplying the Breakers B team this year. BTW, some clubs have already announced that this is the last year of the NENPL. Unclear if it's going away. If I count right, these clubs have not been admitted to the DA: Bucks, Continental, Albertson, FSA FC, Conn, FC Boston, WNY Flash.

Anonymous said...

MFA and PDA are in ECNL as long as it exists. DA is a small number of kids and many will not give up HS. ECNL still a strong league. I don't think they feel NENPL is viable.

Anonymous said...

3:44...at your next tournament or soccer event, introduce yourself to ANY 2002 World Class parent, that didn't follow the ex-MF coach, and get their thoughts. I've already ran into a few at tournaments this summer with my younger daughter. it's funny stuff. I wonder how much longer the head DOC at WC will let the girls DOC run their girls program into the ground. My guess is that he has one year left. I can't imagine the DA will allow these programs to continue operating with parent coaches and parent DOCs.

Anonymous said...

4:01... i agree, but i'm starting to doubt the "DA is for a small number of kids". Where are all of these new DA level kids coming from? So just talking about our area, PDA, MF, WC,EM were all granted DA's. They are all also ECNL clubs with arguably the best kids in their respective areas... yes, there are some girls out there not currently on an ECNL team that are worthy. but there aren't a ton and the older our girls get, the thinner and more concentrated the pool. so what i essentially see happening is a rebranding of the the ECNL teams to DA, and the NPL teams to ECNL. yes, i understand there are combined age groups - that will positivley impact the level of the team right below the DA.

Anonymous said...

DA will attract some kids that were either a firm NO or a MAYBE when it came to ECNL

Figure the makeup of the teams to change just a bit, maybe by close to half the rosters (10-12 being new)

Just a hunch

Anonymous said...

Teams on average will have 12 kids per birth year. ECNL teams roster 25. There are still good players at other clubs, so my guess is that in year 1, these DA teams are roughly 75% current ECNL kids, and the rest will come from other clubs and the rare NENPL kid that develops above the curve. So let's use for Example the PDA 2016/2017 2001s. Of those 25 kids, 8-10 will be in the DA. The other 15-17 stay on the ECNL team and that team adds 8-10 players.

Anonymous said...

4:14 I think that's the point of the DA - not small but large group of kids to avoid kids falling through the cracks.

Anonymous said...

US Soccer DA website:

Anyone interested in playing for a Girls' Academy club will need to contact the club directly for specific information regarding the player selection process. The Girls' Development Academy firmly believes that the traditional open tryout is a highly flawed and ineffective model for player identification and evaluation. The expectation is that Academy clubs move to using a more systematic scouting model to identify and recruit new talents and invite these players to trial for an extended period with the current player pool.

US Training Centers will have a huge impact here. Far more than the team they play for.

Anonymous said...

3 44 why are you tripping on ex MF coach. Get over it already that he did ask your little Suzie to play for his current team. I wasn't asked, not end of world. Happy to be at my current club

Anonymous said...

9:44 That's like being upset that NAMBLA didn't ask you to join. I am 100% positive no one is upset that suzie wasn't asked.

Anonymous said...

PA Parent

Reading posts from outsider point of view with no ties to Match Fit. My findings would point to a parent getting burned and attacking ex coach at every moment he or she can. Very obvious.

Anonymous said...

9:54 If you think it's one parent, you would be mistaken.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, 6:40

You too, 4:57. I had forgotten 2 birth years will be playing together.

So, do you guys think it will be harder to attend multiple DA tryouts than in the past (ECNL), given the info 6:40 provided?

Anonymous said...

Here is my view of what the DA will do to the ECNL. The top girls on ECNL teams will move to the DA. If a girl didn't come to ECNL then most likely they will not goto the DA and for go HS soccer. If the top girls go to the DA from most of the ECNL teams then the girls on the B team gets moved up. I dont care if it is only 8 girls, they were put on the B team for a reason. So, if there is a girls ECNL in 2018 it will be so watered down. There will be people willing to pay the huge price tag for ECNL. Which will now have the 2nd tier coaches because all the top coaches at a club will be coaching the DA teams.
If the DA is free at clubs it is only because people are willing to pay $3000 a kid to be on the ECNL team. Most of these clubs, PDA, MF, WC , PF, all have 3 to 4 teams at this age group. So the money will role in to help make the DA free possibly at those clubs.
Dont forgot ECNL knew all these was going to happen so they started a Boys ECNL league. Which I thought they were going to try and start up in 2017.

Anonymous said...

4:06 I am a WC parent, been there for years. Sorry majority of parent or parents do not show that same sentiment feeling that you expressed. I have 2 daughters in the program, This club shows high committment to its players and parents including the DOC.

Anonymous said...

7 22 Crush Parent here. As I wish my daughter (s) team (s) beat World Class. Many of our parents have respect for your club.

This parent who posted this is a former Crush parent that left 2 clubs for the oldest child and is at MF. This individual loves to stir the pot.

Anonymous said...

I don't think PDA or Match Fit non ECNL players are paying $3,000 per year. From what I have read on this blog, most of the top non ECNL teams charge on average over $2,500 per player. I don't know why an argument continues about whether these teams "B" teams are money grabs for the club. They charge nothing different than other clubs. Find a different argument!

Anonymous said...

8:09 I'll play along with you on this - I'll take the other side based on what I read and my research.

PDA/MF teams charge 2,500 for 3 events and league play with no state cups

Other Clubs charge 2,500 for 8 events and league play which includes both USYSA and USClub State cups.

Does PDA/MF have rosters over 18? If they do they play less games and a portion of the roster plays even less?

Are you saying this is the same? and this should be over looked?

Oh - the teams that play in more events chase GS points so they are evil forget that they give their players more games to develop their skills.

Anonymous said...

PF now charges $3600 for league play and 3 to 5 events.

Anonymous said...

11:19 but you can't talk about this because it's an old argument?

PF NPL
17 NPL Games
15 Showcase games (5 events)
0 State Cup games
32 games for $3,600 and 2 practices per week?

What is the cost for 1776? Below is what they did this year (HS team).
Showcase events
7 Region1 league games
27 showcase games (9 events)
3 State Cup games (NCS)
37 games for $???? and 2 practices a week. If they charge $2,500 you save $1000 for 5 games more

Anonymous said...

7:08. As was pointed out, each DA team is going to have the equivalent of 4-5 Full scholarships. The DA cost is roughly 6K. Most money provided will be need based. The great majority of players in the DA will be paying more than they are now.

Anonymous said...

http://www.soccerwire.com/news/clubs/ecnl/its-bullst-let-the-girls-play-real-colorado-coach-rips-ussfs-ecnl-scheduling-snub/

I think this article really sums up a lot of what I'm feeling about USSOCCER right now.

Anonymous said...

PF NPL 26 league games

http://nplnortheastgirls.demosphere.com/teams/78887602/71130003-78887666/TEAM.html

Anonymous said...

Great article I wish more people at this level would speak out. Things are getting out of control. My daughter will be an easy pick for ga, but I'm not looking forward to it. If it's really 6k, that may help in decision. Plus if my daughter is better than others getting scholarships, that says it all.

Anonymous said...

12:10 - I know girls that will in the DA that are no where near need based. Most of the girls playing on ECNL teams in NE are not need based girls.

Anonymous said...

12:15 my bad i thought we were talking about 2016/2017. The days of playing in AUG-OCT are gone so I took the older PF team 17 league games plus 2 post season games if they qualify

Anonymous said...

12:12 you and that coach need to check yourself first.
Country before CLUB!!!!!!!!!! Anytime.

Everybody knew the 2016 FIFA Under-17 Women's World Cup
U-17 WNT September 30, 2016 - October 21, 2016

was this year and the team needs to prepare as many times as they can.
Could they have played another week in July? When exactly when their are so many national Championships going on? he doesn't care about that does he as long as it's not his ECNL right?

That's whats bull these girls are picked to win a spot on the roster to play in a world cup I think that trumps your league title game pal any day of the week.

The USSF should run the top of the pyramid league in the country and honestly I don't care what the ECNL and USYSA did prior to it who cares really. They still have their leagues and their brands.

This is the USA and for our premier athletes that's what matters and that's their dream to where the red/white and blue in a world cup game not play in a ECNL league final.

Ask any player if they would rather play in an ECNL game or train for a chance to play in a World Cup. I think we all know what they would pick.

Anonymous said...

Sorry for the grammar errors - maybe as a naturalized USA citizen it means more to me to play for your country than a league game.

Anonymous said...

My view on all this insanity has changed a lot over the past year. So much political crap I have seen occur it's nauseating. I paid just about $10K last year because I bought into the crap like so many. Yes it really is that much. The end game, wasn't worth anywhere near that kind of money. I now look at it this way, my kid is good, I know it and any coaches who see her play know it. She will be fine and good colleges will want her. All the money some of these clubs require is insane. No more. No thanks. Hoping the DA is not a money grabber like ECNL is because if so we'll pass on that too. I'll make sure she is seen and with my money in my pocket, not theirs.

Anonymous said...

U.S. Soccer covers many of the costs for clubs so they can reinvest these funds into their Girls' Academy Club and players. There are no referee fees for league games, showcases or playoffs. Clubs are not charged any event or showcase fees to attend. In addition, Clubs are provided with Nike Balls for training and games and receive Powerade coolers and beverages among other corporate partner benefits.

Anonymous said...

"Country before CLUB!!!!!!!!!! Anytime"

Give me an f'ing break.

With views like this regarding youth sports no wonder we have the crisis we have.

Anonymous said...

2:13 exactly - my comment is wrong with youth soccer.

But exactly what was wrong with that comment? The parent's of those 2 kids should have passed on the WNT camp for the ECNL league title?

or maybe you think the USSF should have checked with the ECNL before setting up their camp?

My point was the ECNL knew this was a world cup year and should have checked with the USSF before setting their dates hence country before club comment The coaches rant was just that a rant but yet you agree with it right?

Anonymous said...

Didn't this happen years back when Athletes were jumping from HS straight to Professional sports, to me USSF has been headed the wrong direction worry about developing our youth to pre-teens vs. nit picking and choosing players for DA and youth NT's. Those other sports are now mandated to play college first before turning pro which is the right thing to do. Many boys/girls in HS should be steered to wanted to play college first after the development years then worry about representing the Red/White/Blue.

Prime example even the youngest player on the WNT has chosen college vs. turning pro. Yes she is on the NT but that's the 1 special exception out of millions out there.

Anonymous said...

It's about letting the kids play. The odds of the these girls even starting on a U.S. Nat team are still very slim and they may never get a chance to play for a natl title, that's all he was saying. Let the kids play soccer, that's what they love to do, not go to practice camps. Even high school could be their best years ever, playing in front of their school, their friends and family. What the f is wrong with that? The U.S. Nat team will be just fine the way it is, it's not broken. You guys are over the top, My kid is one of the best in the state and has natl team potential, but I think it sucks. She can play any other sport just as well, that's what athletes can do and we probably will make the change.

Anonymous said...

My main issue with US Soccer is that they do not have our daughters best interests in mind. And I think that that article captured that.

By allowing 53+ teams there will be at least 3180 girls part of the program. However, the DA is really only created for the elite 100-players in entire country.

If the DA works out the way US Soccer wants, it will be become a primary recruiting ground for colleges and that will drive the players.

However, for the thousands that are not part of the youth national teams, the DA is being force-fed to them. If that want to play top level college soccer... or even mid-level maybe, they will need to give up other high school activities and play DA.

Players will live 2-hours from a DA site and feel that they MUST play on that team in order to amount to anything in soccer.

US soccer just isn't looking at it through the players perspective at all.



Anonymous said...

So for all the complainers about too many DA in north jersey area i would say the entire metro ny area is way too low. 4 teams so far i believe with a population of roughly 20m. Socal has a similar population and has 8. I think nj could use 3 more 1-2 north 1 shore and still not dilute the talent. Long island could have at least 1 more as well. And Ct should have one too.

Anonymous said...

The talent will be diluted don't fool yourself. There will be more teams in the DA. Talent will be spread thin.

A college coach has already told my daughter they are not sure what is going to happen or how they, college coaches, are going to interact with the DA's. He told my daughter they are worried. This is a coach from a P5 conference.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know how many more rounds of clubs are being accepted by USSF? I'm estimating at least 75-90 clubs.

Anonymous said...
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Anonymous said...

I agree talent will be spread instead of stock piled on a bench. Agreed.
More elite players will play more minutes and be allowed to develop. Nothing wrong with having options.

College coaches are super happy don't fool your self. Forget our kids they are to old to benefit. take U13 these girls will practice 2 more times a week with quality trainers and top notch talent. In 3 years they will be more advanced then our kids and be the development academy for our NT teams. Club soccer stops at U19 then the kids play College Soccer. Why do you think College soccer is going to a fall/spring schedule? Think big picture - everybody wins and most of the parents are still going to pay.

4:02 I think over 100

4:42 How is the GDA different than the ECNL? GDA trains 2 more times a week with A & B licensed coaches and no HS soccer and this scares college coaches? I think this scares ECNL parents as they will now be paying for their kid an the scholarships.

Girls ECNL will adopt the boys model and rebrand

The ENPL will include both member clubs and member leagues (NPLs), providing club- and team-based entry into the competition.

Member clubs will qualify teams into the ENPL in all five age groups each year, while member NPLs will qualify individual teams in all age groups based on performance in their respective NPLs the prior season.

This will be their attempt squash the USYSA and grow the NPLs to have all the top teams in the nation.

Anonymous said...

Maybe ECNL taking a different approach (just read this)

After initiating this review process, and in discussions with leadership of top performing clubs, the ECNL has approved the membership of the below listed clubs at this time, and each club has re-affirmed its membership in the ECNL in both the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons. The ECNL will continue to review other clubs’ eligibility for membership.

Anonymous said...

What happens to the HS girls playing on scholarship to attend private schools ?

Anonymous said...

LOL. Nice of US soccer to pay the refs fees wich run about $3 per kid per game or $100 per year. With the DA your training costs are 2X. I have seen the cost for the DA projected at 6K per player. Scholarships will be both need and talent based, but 60-80% of players will pay the full freight. In 3 years the DA will be great, next year the ECNL teams will still be better. Also, unlike the ECNL players will be moved off teams when warranted by skill or commitment.

Anonymous said...

5:23 - I had read that too. It looks like some clubs that take the DA, ECNL will still allow in the league. It dooesnt look like every ECNL team that took the DA.

I did notice in the 1st group listed by ECNL, PDA and Stars were the only 2 clubs in our area listed. A Club like PF, that was listed on the 1st round of DA, ECNL did't list right away. There is 2 other ECNL clubs in philly, CFC and Bucks. If PF only has the DA, then the girls that do not make or want the DA but want to play top soccer will move to CFC and Bucks. That will help both of those clubs. If all the chips fall that way. Same in NJ, it could really hurt MF if they only get the DA and not back in ECNL.

There is still a lot of time left in this chess game between US Soccer and ECNL.

http://www.eliteclubsnationalleague.com/home/920431.html

Anonymous said...

US Club Nationals Super Group
Atletico (NYE)
FC Boston Scorpions (Mass)
Lonestar Red (TX)
NJ Wildcats (NJ)
Pittsburgh Riverhounds (PA)
Samba (MN)
Seacoast United (NH)
STA (NJ)

Premier Group
FC Stars United (NH)
Fusion (MN)
Hawaii Rush (HI)
NEFC Premiere South (MA)
Three Rivers Black (WA)
GPS ME Phoenix (AZ)

Anonymous said...

5:27

They play HS, for now

Later - the player/family needs to make a choice, I'd think.

Interesting question

Anonymous said...

ECNL did exactly what the DA did list the top clubs to encourage other to recommit.

Anonymous said...

NSCAA launches Showcase Integrity Program to combat fraud

Through the Showcase Integrity Program, college coaches can report instances when and where showcase events are using their name or school name without approval. The NSCAA will then take steps, up to and including legal action, to have the showcase remove that information. This service is available starting immediately to NSCAA College Services members, an institutional membership that gives men’s and women’s college soccer programs a range of benefits including legislative support, specialized national awards, national rankings, and other services.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone have any insight (other than they can) on why you have to pay to see your kid play in the Disney Showcase? It's not cheap to go and then they bang you for ticket $ to watch your kid play just for fun?! Pretty much has sealed my decision that our family not attend.

Anonymous said...

That sure rubs me the wrong way. Should be given a family pass - at least one. It's called captive audience and a bit of price gauging...ba$tard$.

Anonymous said...

It's obnoxious that you have to pay , my guess is that it helps pay for field maintenance

Anonymous said...

I went to the first Disney Showcase 16 years ago.
Even then it was $9. for each member of the family to attend. Even young children had to pay.

Anonymous said...

Wildwood does it also for futsal.

Youth sports is all about the money and you guys had beef with my country before club comment but it's okay for everybody to have their hand in the cookie jar.

I call out the ECNL for not checking with the USSF before they set their postseason schedule during a world cup year and I'm what's wrong with youth sports. Not the coach who goes on a crazy rant even though his ECNL is to blame. Remember the ECNL answers to the USSF not the other way around.

He tried to paint the picture that it was more important to play for a league title than a chance to represent your country in a world cup. yeah i'm the crazy one for not agreeing with the article and calling him out

Anonymous said...

Its about Money and Power.

The USSF has done almost nothing to demand respect from the youth soccer world. So I will continue to have issue with Country before Club.

The USSF are pseudo govt supported entity run by a bunch of boozo's. They kept making mistake after mistake.

Now that the second batch of GDA teams was announced, its quite obvious that the DA will be more watered down than the current ECNL. They have let in some very questionable team in California.... and then letting in World Class and Match Fit is quite questionable as well.

There are several other ways USSF could have implement and elite program and their basic premise is misguided.

Look at the working conditions of the NWSL... they are dismal. Again, this is supported/run by the USSF.

Throw in the birth year fiasco. Sure the top end kids will all be fine. But it is really sad the number of mid or lower level players than have been left without a team and are deciding to quit soccer altogether.

Anonymous said...

Why would you throw MFA and World Class together? For the most part the World Class teams have been non competitive in the ECNL. MFA on the other hand is always competitive and I believe has the 3rd most wins since they joined after PDA and Stars.

Anonymous said...

7:43 do you have a ting against authority? Seems to be popular these days.

USSF doesn't need respect they are the federation that sets the rules when it comes to soccer in the USA. They don't need to ask for permission to do anything.

Why do you keep saying water downed when more kids are included and will have an opportunity to be seen and evaluated?

The DA would have been implemented earlier, remember the MLS is only 20 years old and the DA is only 7. Please say you are not calling the DA a mistake.

The USSF pays the WNT salaries not the NWSL owners - the owners pay $6,000 to the other players. How is the USSF to blame that Sky Blue gets less than 2,000 fans per game and the Independence are no longer around?They are trying to keep a pro league for the women to play and you blame them? If they didn't pay and they don't have to do you still think the NWSL would be around or would we have another WPS?

The world uses Birth year as does ODP and Super Y so this is not a new concept in the states. If you read this blog many posters said that players will stop playing by U16 and to enjoy your kid's instead of results but now we blame the USSF for this also.

I like what they are doing maybe I stand alone on this

1. College soccer will be played in the Fall and Spring instead of just the fall thanks to USSF to allow for further development.

2. Changed player registration to birth year.

3. Will run the top league for youth soccer for both boys and girls before they hand off to college

4. And my favorite because of more teams and spreading the talent more players and many more minutes to go around.

5. no re-entry

The USSF or our NTs should always come before any club like PF/PDA/MF/Real Colorado.

Anonymous said...

Shout out to PA's North Union United Wave representing Region I this weekend in the USYS National Presidents Cup championship in Tulsa. The Presidents Cup offers teams from smaller clubs or less intense programs the challenge of experiencing different types of play by competing from state to regional to national levels. The Presidents Cup provides teams with a progressive, competitive experience that highlights competition, camaraderie and community.

Anonymous said...

7:43 you said

Now that the second batch of GDA teams was announced, its quite obvious that the DA will be more watered down than the current ECNL.

The math doesn't add up to support your comment it's the opposite, which should make you happy but it won't because this will force top players to look for starting positions instead of sitting on a benchto provide depth. Also with no re-entry this will not water down the league just provide more quality minutes for the top players which will improve the college game and provide more polished players for our NTs as they will have an entire season to train and improve while going to collge instead of playing all their games with little training in 3 months.

Currently
one age group U14 ECNL 75 clubs
or
two age groups U14/U15 ECNL 150 teams
or
1650 starting players two age groups

------------------------------
BDA
currently 97 clubs
or
1067 starting players

Anonymous said...

In NJ more clubs will be added.

ECNL PDA/MF = 66 starting players currently U13/U14/U15

GDA PDA/MF = 22 starting players 02/01

Anonymous said...

NYCSL Girl NPL Clubs
2016/2017

1. Brentwood SC (NY)
2. Manhattan SC (NY)
3. Massapequa SC (NY)
4. New York SC (NY)
5. NJ Crush (NJ)
6. NJ Stallions (NJ)
7. Princeton SA (NJ)
8. Quickstrike FC (NY)
9. STA (NJ)
10. SUSA (NY)

No More

MatchFit and NY Rush


Champions.

2014/2015
U13 - STA (NJ)

2015/2016
U14 - Massapequa SC (NY)



Anonymous said...

2016 NPL Finals - U14 Girl

5 NEFC Elite
0 Space City FC

1 FC Virginia United Elite 01
1 Davis Legacy 02

Anonymous said...

2 Massapequa SC Lil' Rowdies
0 BRSC 02 Girls Black

3 FC Florida 01/02 Elite Blue-NPL
2 LVU 01 Girls

Anonymous said...

1 PDA South 01 NPL
0 EGA Maroon 01 02

0 Claremont Stars SC Stars 01
5 Lonestars 02G Red SA

Anonymous said...

Day 2 preview

I don't think anyone is expecting NEFC to slip in group play. The PDA south vs Lonestars is a huge game and can go along way to determine the wildcard.
Florida and Massapequa with wins might clinch spots depending on the results in other games.

Anonymous said...

Looks like the Region 1 area teams had a good showing today.

NEFC
VA
Massapequa
PDA South

The only blemish was the 3-2 loss by the EDP runner up LVU.

Anonymous said...

And LVU will bow again to Massapequa in the morning.

PA teams overrated

Anonymous said...

What happened to the Wildcats? I thought they were going to Colorado?

Anonymous said...

Across all 6 age groups, no local teams lost. Goal diff was lopsided. Very impressive.

Anonymous said...

Missed LVU. Only loss in like 17 games.

Anonymous said...

Wildcats are going next weekend to Colorado for National Cup. They couldn't go 2 weeks in a row so they passed on going to NPL Finals again this year and LVU, who was their runner-up in NPL Finals went in their place this weekend.

Anonymous said...

Wildcats will be National Champions this year I predict. Or at least runner up.

Anonymous said...

The NPL National Cup is not a national championship, you are delusional. Wildcats coach took a look at the NPL finals line-up and realized that NEFC was there, no point in going to Aurora to loose.

Anonymous said...

10:31 I was curious about their selection. They picked a crazy one that sends certain states to the finals and others to Regionals to play any team that pays instead of defending their league. I guess it shows how much they believe in EDP.

I would have thought they would go back to the NPL finals and try to get out of the group this year.

To each their own. I agree I would put the USC national Cup at the same level as USYSA President's cup. Sorry. USC doesn't send their best teams like USYSA does.

Anonymous said...

3 BRSC 02 Girls Black
6 FC Florida 01/02 Elite Blue-NPL

4 LVU 01 Girls
0 Massapequa SC Lil' Rowdies
---------------------------------------
U14
Flight B FC Florida 01/02 Elite Blue-NPL 6pts +4
Flight A NEFC Elite 3pts +5
Flight C Lonestars 02G Red SA 3pts +5
WC LVU 01 Girls 3pts +3

Still Alive:
Massapequa SC Lil' Rowdies 3pts -2

Eliminated:
BRSC 02 Girls Black 0pts -5

Anonymous said...

What about PDA South?

Anonymous said...

Or maybe WC had 2 players up in Rhode Island at ODP Regional ID Camp this week and also the extra week of rest will hopefully allow one of their injured players to return by next week. But hey it's more fun to bash.

Anonymous said...

10:55 care to retract your post? Maybe they posted your entry on the LVU locker room wall before the game :)

Anonymous said...

What takes precedence NPL nationals or ODP regional camp?

Anonymous said...


2016 NPL Finals - U14 Girls
Flight A Pts W T L GD5 GF5 GA
NEFC Elite 3 1 0 0 5 5 0
FC Virginia United Elite 1 0 1 0 0 1 1
Davis Legacy 02 1 0 1 0 0 1 1
Space City FC 0 0 0 1 -5 0 5

Flight B. Pts W T L GD5 GF5 GA
FC Florida 01/02 Elite Blue-NPL 6 2 0 0 4 8 5
LVU 01 Girls 3 1 0 1 3 6 3
Massapequa SC Lil' Rowdies 3 1 0 1 -2 2 4
BRSC 02 Girls Black 0 0 0 2 -5 3 8

Flight C. Pts W T L GD5 GF5 GA
PDA South 01 NPL 6 2 0 0 2 3 1
Lonestars 02G Red SA 3 1 0 1 4 6 2
EGA Maroon 01 02 3 1 0 1 1 2 1
Claremont Stars SC Stars 01 0 0 0 2 -7 0 7

Still pending 2 A bracket games

Anonymous said...

Sorry formatting didn't work

Anonymous said...

1 Lonestars 02G Red SA
2 PDA South 01 NPL

2 EGA Maroon 01 02
0 Claremont Stars SC Stars 01

----------------------------------------

U14
1. FC Florida 01/02 Elite Blue-NPL 6pts +4
2. PDA South 01 NPL 6 pts +2
3. NEFC Elite 3pts +5
4. Lonestars 02G Red SA 3 pts +4

Still Alive:
LVU 01 Girls 3pts +3
EGA Maroon 01 02 3pts +1
Massapequa SC Lil' Rowdies 3pts -2

Eliminated:
BRSC 02 Girls Black 0pts -5
Claremont Stars SC Stars 01 0pts -7

Anonymous said...

0 Davis Legacy 02
7 NEFC Elite

2 Space City FC
0 FC Virginia United Elite 01


Going into day 3

1. NEFC (6pts +10)
2. FC Florida (6pts +4)
3. PDA South (6pts +2)
4. Lonestars (3pts +4)

still alive
5. LVU (3pts +3)
6. EGA Maroon (3pts +1)
7. Massapequa (3pts -2)
8. Space City (3pts -3)

Anonymous said...

Just to recap; major summer Tournaments since you love the posts so much.

ECNL FINAL 4
1. So Cal Blues SC
2. Ohio Premier
3. Eagles Soccer Club
4. Concorde Fire

USYSA Region1 FINAL 4
1. BRYC 01 Elite
2. South Shore Select Elite
3. Empire United Soccer Academy - Rochester
4. NJCSA Elite

NPL Finals - FINAL 4
1.
2.
3.
4.

USYSA National Championships
1.
2.
3.
4.

US Club National Cup
1.
2.
3.
4.

Anonymous said...

NPL Final 4

1. NEFC
2. PDA South
3. FC FL
4. LVU

3 out of Region 1 Not bad

Anonymous said...

Interesting. Did PDA and LVU bring 3 guest players? How was the competition? Seeing how little resistance NEFC had, it seems they had an easy bracket to advance through. They would also seem to be the favorites and they are likely well rested.

Anonymous said...

They are the favorites because they are by FAR the best team.

If they lose it will be to FLA

Anonymous said...

Jersey showing proud at ODP Region 1 camp. 7 Jersey girls made the team including two of the four keepers! Go Jersey!

Anonymous said...

9:16, great job NJ. although only one girl made team, other 6 made pool.

Anonymous said...

^^Oh, and go NY!

Anonymous said...

Pool or team does it really matter and NY sucks by the way!

Anonymous said...

ODP team and Pool for what exactly? Not familiar with ODP. Where exactly can it take you?

Anonymous said...

Is there a link to team/pool for region one?

Anonymous said...

9 NEFC Elite
1 LVU 01 Girls

2 PDA South 01 NPL
3 FC Florida 01/02 Elite Blue-NPL

Anonymous said...

NEFC looks invincible. FL might be spent after the semi final battle that went to PKs. Hopefully they will have something left in the tank to put up a good fight, but NEFC should prevail.

Anonymous said...

Go NYSC G02, in the NPL final against NJ Rush, Go NYSC!!!

Anonymous said...

9-1

too funny

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