Wednesday, July 1, 2015

U14G / U14 Girls Youth Soccer

U14G  / U14 Girls youth soccer seems to offer the most teams and the widest diversity of talent.

Where these players will end up is anyone guess.

Welcome to the ride.

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Anonymous said...

I have spoken to no less than 5 tournament directors over the past 6 months. All of them flight teams a bit differant but none of them use club name when deciding where to place a team. They all start with the default gs placements and make adjustments from there. None of them look at record, most take into consideration where a team asked to placed, some pick up the phone and call their contacts, most will look at head to head or common opponents when deciding between 2 teams. Location comes into play for bracketing not flighting. Club name may get you in the tournament but it won't get you a better seed according to the people I spoke with. And I know this to be true because I asked the question.

Anonymous said...

While the three Lancaster clubs may only be five miles from each other the county has 530,000 residents. In comparison Bucks County has 630,000 residents and probably seventy clubs not to mention the montgomery county and philadelhia clubs that border bucks county. I can leave my house, go in any direction and arrive at fifteen clubs within twenty minutes. I think what we have in Lancaster is an example of less options being better in the long run. Of course not knowing how many clubs are in Lancaster my theory could be way off!

Anonymous said...

The new face of the GS top 10s.

NJ
1 NJ WILDCATS GALAXY
2 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL
3 STA MORRIS UNITED NPL 01
4 NJCSA ELITE-MANALAPAN
5 NJ CRUSH FC TSUNAMI 01 NPL
6 REAL NJSC SOUNDERS
7 JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION
8 PDA SHORE FUSION
9 SJEB '01G NPL
10 MATCH FIT ACADEMY FC NE NPL U14

PA
1 YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER YMS BANSHEES
2 1776 UNITED FC XTREME
3 HULMEVILLE SC DYNAMO
4 PENN FUSION SA '01G NPL
5 PA CLASSICS ACADEMY 01
6 PENN LEGACY 01 BLACK F14
7 UKRAINIAN NATIONALS BLASTERS BLACK
8 CONTINENTAL FC DELCO ECNL '01
9 LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED LVU 01 GIRLS
10 PENN UNITED FORCE '01

NYE
1 NEW YORK SC G01
2 EAST MEADOW HOTSHOTZ
3 RAMAPO VALLEY SC TORNADOS '02
4 ATLETICO FC GIRLS '01
5 WORLD CLASS FC '01 ECNL
6 EAST MEADOW NPL SMITHTOWN STARS
7 HBC SPARK
8 ALBERTSON FURY '01 ECNL
9 MANHATTAN SC G01 PRIDE NPL
10 LAGRANGE GIRLS U14

VA
1 FC VIRGINIA ECNL 01
2 BRADDOCK ROAD YC 01 ELITE
3 PWSI COURAGE 01G RED
4 LOUDOUN SOCCER LOUDOUN 01 G RED
5 MCLEAN YOUTH SOCCER U14ECNL
6 VIRGINIA RUSH VAR ELITE 01G
7 FC VIRGINIA UNITED ELITE 01
8 HERNDON YOUTH SOCCER HOOLIGANS
9 BEACH FC 01G RED
10 RESTON SA RENEGADES RED

CT
1 OAKWOOD SC
2 SOUTH CENTRAL PREMIER SPIRIT
3 CFC NORTH WOLVES U14G
4 YANKEE UNITED F.C. BLAST NPL-01 BLUE
5 FSA FC U14 GIRLS ECNL 01
6 BEACHSIDE SC CT BEACHSIDE
7 SOUTHEAST 01/02
8 CFC CONNECTICUT FC ECNL U14 (aka cfc west orange)
9 SIMMONS PSC SIMMONS GOLDEN EAGLES
10 FAIRFIELD UNITED FORCE

Anonymous said...

12:48
The less options theory is the one I would pick. Other than playing for town club teams, those three are the only choices. Next option for parents is to head to Reading or Harrisburg or West Chester.
Question for NJ. What city dows PDA North and PDA South hail from? And are there still a number of good teams in that area? Is it possible to keep high level teams functioning when the PDA teams are so close?
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

PDA North (plays same locale as ECNL) is nowhere near North Jersey

But I hear they are trying to muscle in, maybe with another facility

Anonymous said...

I agree with fewer options the better PL, PAC, Penn United girls end up being grouped together into those clubs and become well rounded high level teams. Like many have mentioned it before sometimes player dilution can really affect an area and to many players are spread into so many different options.

It also makes me wonder how come PA Classics did not get ECNL license before FC Bucks or Penn Fusion as their boys are under the US Pre-Academy status. I understand CFC Delco, and PDA getting it due to the history of well-run Boys DA programs.

I'm also hearing rumors USDA ran for boys will be forming a league for Girls in the near future and will follow the same structure they will probably break off from the US Club(ECNL/NPL) and US Youth environments I assume. Can anyone chime in on this.

Anonymous said...

PAC draws from a much larger area than Lancaster County. PAC draws from most of South Central Pennsylvania, including Dauphin, Lebanon, Lancaster Cumberland, and York counties. As a club, PL is rather focused on LANCO, but the U14 team has a lineage that traces back to the "West Shore" of Northern York and Cumberland counties (generally HMMS territory). A relatively large number of Central PA players are willing to make the long commute to seek opportunities with PF and Continental. However, few seem to head south to clubs like FC Frederick, which from a travel perspective may actually be more accessible.

Anonymous said...

Strange sight this weekend at EDP Cup, was walking by various games and came across a u13 or u14 boys game that had a girl playing for one of the teams. At first I was startled, then I was amused, but then I was starting to feel bad for her. Not sure what situation she is experiencing, but it must really suck for both. She was pretty good, no doubt, but it's just wrong, sorry, but that's just the way I feel.

Anonymous said...

Are you saying girls can't compete?...Shouldn't be allowed to compete?...You don't want your daughter to be near a boy?...were you bullied by a girl in school or still are?

Not sure of your point. Maybe she wants to challenge herself and that is one avenue - you small minded chauvinist.

Anonymous said...

The boys' game is faster and more physical, but that doesn't equal "better". I'm not here to tell anyone what to do, but if it's about finding better competition for her, there are higher levels of girls soccer than what she may have been playing at previous to joining a boys team, and I have to wonder if she explored those options or if someone told her to play with boys because it would benefit her. I'd disagree with that person.

Anonymous said...

Look at the kid as a player and a personality not only defined by age or gender. It opens up a lot more options (location, coaching, skill level, cost etc) to find a good place for them to play

Anonymous said...

Match fleece making the central parents drive to Denville for practices. 2 hours up and 2 hours back, I hope they are getting playing time because anyone can get that training closer to home!

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure how much crush costs, although I think it's closer to $3,000, but if you'd ever played them you would know their roster is about 16 girls.

Anonymous said...

Heard this week from parents that training is not all it was supposed to be.
Also DOC is not coach and training as promised and show is still being run by former parent coach.

Anonymous said...

1:42, not sure why you are not sure, perhaps you should read slower, it's just an observation, thought it was worth discussing, sorry you are so negative, hope you kid is more pleasant than you. Listen, as a parent of a 13 year old who is as tough as they come, I would still not want her playing in an EDP cup final against boys, practice with your boys team is one thing, but playing against strange and nasty u14 boys is something altogether different. If you disagree, please don't comment, I don't want to hear about it.

Anonymous said...

I want my player to play and compete in the best situation possible for out circumstance. If that means her teammates and opponents are male, female, or both, so be it.

If you disagree, please comment. That is the point of a discussion forum.

Anonymous said...

@2:51. I would like to make a nice comment, what a surprise. I saw this also, I asked the sideline ref. he mentioned he sees it often. I did see two girls playing with two different boys teams at edp cup. My daughter does know a girl who plays with boys, when she asks her she says she loves it. No drama, no back stabbing, she just plays and loves it. What else can you ask for if your daughter is happy and loves it. She really does not interact much with the boys, she just plays, jokes with them, and all the boys love her as well. She has been with them a few years now btw.

Anonymous said...

2:51 You do come across as small minded. Not your fault but it is so.

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Anonymous said...

I'm going to throw my two cents into this, even though I'm going to regret it. My daughter is an extremely fast, 5'4" 125 pound ball of muscle, and is incredibly tough. With that being said, I would not let her play with 14U boys. My daughter loves playing against boys and played winter indoor with her 17 year brother in a high school league. Guess what happens when a girl with skills embarrass a young man? It becomes time to get dirty and knock down the girl. With girls suffering from knee injuries at an 8-1 ratio over boys, I will do anything to avoid that.
There is a great gain from being able to play soccer with young men of the same age. The speed of play and quick first touch is an awesome training tool and I think in a practice forum is a great idea. Just not in a high level game where the opposing coach is barking at the boys for being beaten by a girl. The boy will most times not want to her to do it again.
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

4:44 How about doing a little reading of the biographies of past and present USWNT players. You don't seem to be aware that many of the most successful women soccer players in this country's history have a significant amount of experience playing on boys sides. Why do you think that is? I'll give you a little head start in your homework. Mia Hamm, Megan Rapino, Alex Morgan, Tobin Heath, Sidney Leroux. What do you think they have in common?...they are all idiots?

Anonymous said...

4:52 Respected comments. Big difference between choosing not to for your daughter and putting some young girl down for choosing to do so.

Anonymous said...

PL Parent you are on here a lot and give good advice and are very neutral on many subjects, I admire that. I wish your team luck even if you lost some girls to the ECNL way which doesn't guarantee anything, I'm sure your team can still hold ground and will pick up players on the way.

What is your view if the Boys USDA creates a girls league similar to the boys DA will the ECNL league lose those clubs associated to boys DA and pick up more? Their are plenty of rumors that after the calendar shift change goes through which is the 1st step this will follow and US Training Centers will be core driven by these clubs so it all falls under USSoccer umbrella?

Anonymous said...

5:08
Thanks for thinking that way and as much as I enjoy this PL team and what a great group of parents we have. There is no doubt this birth year change will be the cause of a huge change over for all the teams.
I believe you are correct that the girls program will follow in the footsteps of the boys DA program, although it will most likely take a couple years. If it does happen, I do not see it affecting ECNL like many believe it would. ECNL has had plenty of time to set it roots and the parents that have their daughters playing in it, believe in its success. And many of the ECNL clubs have helped many players further their dreams.
I am not a fan of DA programs that do not allow players to play high school ball. To me, this is a rite of passage and there is nothing wrong with having your name in the local papers. That is truly a great experience for all young individuals.
I would like to see some other thoughts on this matter, as it is a great question that will be coming up soon. GS 4 Life and the Soccer Nut would be more qualified to answer this question than I am.
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

4:56, read this.

Anonymous said...

Traveled from South Jersey to the Ukranian Nationals Tournament over the weekend at first I wasn't thrilled but I have to admit the atmosphere and set up is outstanding. It was like a dream, beer garden, indoor bar with a TV, fire pits, running water in the bathrooms, good food and we'll organized. There weren't many if any big name teams present at least that I know of and the fields need some work. The atmosphere made for a great experience. Thank you to the organizers. Hopefully, we'll be back.

Anonymous said...

You had me at beer garden

Anonymous said...

Match fleece still heriding the sheep to slaughter. Some things never change

Anonymous said...

9:05 Did your little girl get cut by Natch Fit? Or did you leave and now you regret it? Either way, explain yourself, of get over it already.

Anonymous said...

5:08
So if the girls did have a DA program similar to the boys, and like the boys did not allow them to play high school ball. Would you or your daughter be able to accept it (I know my daughter would not)?
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

One would one wouldn't

Anonymous said...

Not 9:21 but.... Match Fit tactics are the laughing stock of club soccer. Don't know where you are training, who's coaching, who playing on each team, etc. I know this probably seems "normal" to you, but it's not to everybody else.

Anonymous said...

One problem with girls going DA, is finding the coaches qualified to do the job. PA Classic boys Academy coaches are a level above what I've seen from many clubs. And in their world, fair playing time does not mean equal playing time. Although I'm sure ECNL play is viewed the same way. Sorry I'm jumping in during the middle of a Match fit argument.

Anonymous said...

9:57 - That does NOT happen at MF... I hasn't happened.

You are making sh#@ up

So if you're going to make things up, make stuff up about bowling.

Anonymous said...

October 14, 2015 at 6:03 PM

It is a very short piece (and very quick 'read')

Anonymous said...

The facade on Wildcats Aveerbick is captured in gotsoccer. 50% of their points come from their most recent two league seasons coming in first place. They should be recognized for winning their NJ league titles. But let's face it. Those leagues are comprised of average to above average NJ teams. Not A level teams. This is NOT Averbicks fault and they can only play who is scheduled. So among the average NJ teams (since the top 3-5 teams don't play in the league) Averbick is very good. Exceptional in fact.

But this schedule against their academy brand is weak and when they go out of state, the choke/underperform/lack the essentials/can't use their kick and run tactics. The other teams who in fact are seasoned by way of playing better games kicks Averbick to the curb. I get that someone will reply that they beat teams out of state in some tournaments. Yes they do. They beat that state's equivalent teams that don't have a tactical plan; play a weak league schedule; capture points that get them in F1 F2 events...and then look very weak.

Wildcats is a product of the point system and the point system is being used artfully by Wildcats coaches. If you have to pinpoint how these Wildcats leaders earn their excessive fees, that's it right there. POINTS MANAGEMENT.

Their training is dreadful. Their demeanor brutish. Their true soccer acumen...non-existent.

Anonymous said...

6:19 Clever

Anonymous said...

Regarding PL Parents question about if the "girls did have a DA program similar to the boys, and like the boys did not allow them to play high school ball. Would you or your daughter be able to accept it"

I don't think my daughter would accept that either.

My daughter currently plays for a club with both a DA and ECNL - so this is a very good question.

I think this is a dangerous place to go for many Pennsylvania clubs. We have some strong high school teams with good coaches. Many of our high school coaches are also licensed club team coaches.

A quick google search at the top high school players in Pennsylvania and you see several players that are committed to top D1 programs and also with experience at the youth National Team camps. And these kids are all playing for their High School.

Also - the driving time to practice gets so old. Isn't is nice to have the kids stay after school for a 2-hr soccer practice rather than drive 45-min to an hour each way? This is only for about 10-weeks per year.

US Soccer better start proving that their rules and mandates will actually make for better players before they continue to overstep their bounds.

Anonymous said...

Well obviously you are not at match fit because they do not cut. If your cash is green they will find a spot for you.

Anonymous said...

Penn legacy, Galaxy, 1776, Calvert Crew, Ukranians, Lehigh Valley, Boca, Sjeb, Rage Athletica Hartford, Wildcats, all play in same EDP league. Some of those clubs are also NPL so they qwualify for NPL League and playoffs betwwen top 2 finishers in North, Central and South Divisions. Truth is this is the best and most competitive option for NPL Teams.
that is why Penn Legacy came over this fall.

Anonymous said...

NJCSA Elite also play in the same EDP/NPL League.
Just as strong and as I look over listed teams I beleive EDP stronger than the other options(PAGS, NE-NPL, NYCSL) for these NPL Teams/Clubs.

Anonymous said...

10:06 AM

US Soccer better start proving that their rules and mandates will actually make for better players before they continue to overstep their bounds.

Amen Brother or Sister.

Anonymous said...

10:38 & 10:06 i disagree with you both. First no one is being forced to do anything. A DA is established, the clubs apply for acceptance, mandate to not play HS soccer is known. Players have a choice to play for a DA or a non-DA club and play HS. There is nothing wrong here.

My kid doesn't want to play HS sports - she wants to train with her team all the time. Nothing wrong with this just like nothing wrong with wanting to play HS. Life is full of choices. Play DA ball or play HS ball it's up to the kids to pick. Life lesson number 15, you can't always have your cake and eat it. Sometimes you have to pick and some times it's the wrong choice. This is just soccer, some other choices can wreck your life and you can't undo them - soccer has many paths.

GS 4 life

Anonymous said...

10:23- Disagree. The top teams in NE NPL are better than best teams in EDP/NPL.

Agree that the bottom teams in NE NPL are very weak.

Anonymous said...

10:55. Sorry to hear about your amnesia. Hoping you have a speedy recovery.

Anonymous said...

yeah 11:51

thus too many guaranteed wins in NE NPL

It degrades the division

Anonymous said...

GS 4 Life, the problem with your argument is the purpose of the DA is to truly have the BEST players. If now you are preventing some of the best players from entering by not allowing high school soccer, then you are defeating the purpose.

Why not grant waivers to the girls that want to play high school? That way in the winter/spring/summer seasons, you could have the best players together.

I think more players would choose the high school route than US Soccer expects. (Girls are different than boys). They would be shooting themselves in the foot.

Another thought... play DA for 9 and 10th grade, commit to college, then drop out of DA to play High School. That REALLY defeats the purpose of DA - but i bet we'd see a lot of that.

Anonymous said...

NYCSL NPL Weekly Review by GS 4 Life

The league is back and what a race the East is turning into. Spring is going to be some ride, but I'm getting a little ahead of myself. This week's MSC vs MSC will be huge as Manhattan can go 6 points ahead of Massapequa, but a Massapequa win puts both at 13 points with ISA a walk in the park (sorry Brentwood) this week also moving up to 13 points causing a 3 way tie at the top. NYSC the favorite going into the season is getting to must win territory if they don't right the ship soon. big game vs Quickstrike who can also move up to 2nd with 12 points if they pull off the win.

(13) Manhattan Soccer Club NPL-01
(10) Massapequa Soccer Club NPL-01

(10) Intense Soccer Academy NPL-01
(0) Brentwood Youth Soccer Club NPL-01

(9) Quickstrike FC NPL-01
(6) New York Soccer Club NPL-01

While the West is another story, this has turned into a 2 team race between NJ Crush and the defending champions STA,both should add another 3 points to their total this week for the Nov 1st build up. The assumption is that the top 2 teams this fall from both divisions will advance to the NPlcrossover Cup in the spring to Play NEFC, Oakwood, Seacoast and Bayside.

(15) NJ Crush FC NPL-01
(0) NJ Stallions Academy NPL-01

(13) STA NPL-01
(3) Princeton SA NPL-01

(6) New York Rush NPL-01
(3) Match Fit Academy NPL-01

Anonymous said...

dumb question...does fc bucks have an npl team? They show results on the NPL website standings, but gotsoccer only shows 1 team (ECNL) at u14.

Anonymous said...

12:06 the best players want to play against. No one is preventing anyone, they have a choice, just like players have a choice to do extra foot skills if they need it, just like they have a choice to run on their own or sit at home and text with their HS friends or maybe go to the "mall". Trust me if the player opts for HS ball over DA then they din't want the player to begin they won't lose any sleep but the player might. We are talking about building world class players and I'm sorry but their are more "rec" players playing HS than there are potential world class players. Just my 2 cents

GS 4 Life

Anonymous said...

Sorry for the horrible grammar.

Anonymous said...

Are these 'World Class Players' going to go pro right out of the DA?

Anonymous said...

1213 Sorry to burst everyone's bubble but High school or Not we are still not building world class players on the boy's side. Reality and history speak for itself our Men's National team is struggling our Women's National team is more popular and is the upper echelon of world class of teams. So which system is working! Hmmmm makes you think doesn't it.

Anonymous said...

11:51

The top 3-4 teams in just the EDP south are better than the top 3-4 teams in the NE NPL, let alone the whole league.

Anonymous said...

1151 Exactly the funny part is the venues for the EDP CUP were more friendly than the WAGS tourney this past weekend. Why did US Club allow so many NPL leagues in one area - NY's, EDP, NE NPL. Is it $$$$ or League club affiliation battling each other. Another fact is some of these teams are better than the bottom half of ECNL teams as well.

Anonymous said...

True, the overall compettion and number of competitive F1 and F2 tournament teams in EDP between the 3 divisions really much deeper and stronger than Ne-NPL any way you slice it.
11:51 just delusional koolaide drinker.

Anonymous said...

12:31 Why do you think? Are you saying our boys should compete with Brazil, Argentina, Italy, Spain, Germany, Holland & France just to name a few. All these countries have strong leagues and a tradition that the girls game as a whole cannot even come close to. Have you ever traveled outside of the states? let's just say the rest of the world is just catching up when it comes to women and sports is it our system works or the rest of the world just didn't care about women's soccer until 2010?

"The worldwide growth of women's football as a popular team sport has been highly impressive – and UEFA is determined to give strong impetus to help push the European women's game forward in the years to come. This is the right time to encourage girls and women to get even more involved in football. The UEFA women's football development programme (WFDP) has emerged through key decisions taken by UEFA. At its meeting in Prague in December 2010".

As I said prior to 2010 Europe just didn't care

Anonymous said...

Really good arguments on each side regarding playing DA or wanting to play HS Ball. As GS 4 Life mentioned, it truly is a choice to be made by the players. The only trouble is, we are asking a U 14/15 player to make a tough decision that can possible affect how they are looked at upon graduation.
As mentioned, it took six months for my son to break into the starting lineup at Classics Academy. Thats six months of driving to Conn, Washington and Syracuse for less than half a game (and we only played one game), so you better be committed and know you want to do this. Another thing to think about is that of the 18 players that started out on his U15 academy team, eight of those players were still there by U17.
GS 4 Life's daughter must be extremely goal oriented and driven to stay with it. I know personally the speed of play at the DA level is incredible and it makes you realize how far behind many clubs are. But on the flip side it is extremely hard when you are in school and players you know are less talented are getting all the pats on the back and told how great they are. Especially when they are on the local news and in the front page of the local paper. I would welcome a DA program for the girls that runs parallel to the boys program, since these young woman that are driven absolutely deserve it. As GS 4 Life did, I would give my daughter the same choice. I'm sure most parents would do the same, but lets hope its not the moms and dads making the decision for them.
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

I have posted on this blog before and mentioned how much my daughter loves the Galaxy coach, his passion is why they are number 1. Just ask the girls on the team, which my daughter is not on, but played with that group a few times. Great for them, a talented group with a great leader. PL mom I understand your concern, believe me.

Anonymous said...

2:10
In my post regarding a red card coach, it was about the Penn United coach. We have never played the Galaxy and know nothing of your coach. Sorry for the confusion. Also, sorry guys about using my son as a reference for our conversation, but its the only reference I have.
PL Parent (dad)

Anonymous said...

PL Parent, how does your son feel about the entire working hard to crack the starting lineup? I'm sure he knows his accomplishment can not be compared with that of his HS buddies. As you said he had to train hard fight in practice travel to games to play a few minutes and then BAM your chance and he went for his. Great Job. As a parent - must have been a tough place - while you understand everything that is going on (agree or disagree) from a soccer perspective, not easy as a parent. But it looks like it was money well spent as HS can not teach that.

I think the USSF DA decision will be huge. Is till think they will sanction the ECNL and add a few of the Boys DA clubs that have a good girls program to the mix. PL parent - do you think PAC getting a Girls DA team or being accepted to ECNL will change the landscape out by you. Would you consider the move? Would your kid? Do you think PF players come back home? Same goes for NJ -if NJCSA gets a girls DA or ECNL team does that shake up the landscape?

To the NJ Wildcat parent/coach - who becomes the u15 team and which stays at u14 next season? Good move by the club.

U13
147 SCHWENCK-NPL

U14
11 GALAXY
19 AVERBUCH-NPL

U15
56 FURY-NPL

U16
51 TROUTMAN-NPL

U17
109 LADY STRIKERS-NPL

Anonymous said...

Agree that Wildcats move to have 2 teams in this age group is a stroke of brilliance as the age groups go calendar next year. Related to the other poster...they are world class point managers and administratively as adroit as imaginable. But I would also agree that their training is C level and their fees are usurious.

It will be interesting to see if they hold to a strict policy of 2001s playing in one team and 2002s playing on another particularly if the balance of power and ability don't naturally form and if by position, the players sken one team rather than another. ie. if most of the finishers are 2002, do you leave the 2001s without strikers?

Will be interesting. Wildcats should be on Shark Tank. Or have they already achieved their business status and chops?

Anonymous said...

To answer you first question, its was such a mental battle for both of us. He was trying to validate going from a team where he was the best player, to a team where he was the 14th or 15th player. As a parent I had to justify spending quite and amount of money and time (especially time), go to far away places to see my son play as few as 30 minutes.
If PA Classics did was able to go the DA route. I believe their turnout would be HUGE!!! I would certainly let my daughter decide if she wanted to do it, but I'm not sure which direction she would go there.
As far as PF players coming back to try out for PAC DA. I think it would only happen if they were not getting what they think is attainable minutes at PF. Good question.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the update on NYCSL NPL, I love your attention to the details.

Anonymous said...

12:47 must have started drinking at lunch today. Being a F1 or F2 in a tournament and belonging there are 2 different things. We all know that the focaccia points EDP hands out is the reason these EDP teams get placed like they do. Wildcats are a perfect example.

Anonymous said...

GA (G) AVG
16 (6) 2.6 FC Bucks 01 NPL
18 (5) 3.6 Albertson SC 01 NPL


13 (5) 2.6 Match Fit Academy NPL-01
13 (5) 2.6 NJ Stallions Academy NPL-01
26 (5) 5.2 Brentwood Youth Soccer Club NPL-01


08 (3) 2.6 PIPELINE BLACK
09 (3) 3.0 PDA SHORE FUSION
09 (3) 3.0 REAL SOUNDERS
14 (3) 4.6 JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION
15 (3) 5.0 FC COPA ACADEMY G01 NPL LIMA
29 (4) 7.2 JERSEY UNITED SOCCER SPARTANS 01/02G NPL

Anonymous said...

Some results for the bottom of the North east girls NPL teams - close games vs D1 teams from EDP and PAGS. This is to support the GA average I posted last night. So when you guys say the NE Girls NpL bottom teams are bad - I'm not seeing that. That stats say they are the same if not better than other leagues. You make the call


CONTINENTAL FC NPL '01F
1-2 NJCSA ELITE-MANALAPAN (NJ)
0-2 JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION (NJ)

PENN FUSION SA '01G NPL
1-0 SJEB '01G NPL
1-0 YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER BANSHEES (PAGS D1)

DEEP RUN FC BUCKS SHOCKERS
1-1 WARRINGTON FC BOMBERS (PAGS D1)
0-1 LDC UNITED ATTACK (PAGS D1)

Anonymous said...

EDP teams did have a very competitive record in F2 at WAGS.
Including the winner.

Anonymous said...

And Penn leagacy another EDP team went 1-1-1 in F1 so again very competitive and correctly flighted. 9:35 You make no sense as usual.

Anonymous said...

Who is Athletico NYE? Can't find them in any league. Seemed to breeze through EDP cup F2.

Anonymous said...

Can someone explain to me if EDP will awarding GS points to Fall's and Spring's EDP league schedule and additional GS points for those in the EDP-NPL division and playoffs. Isn't this double dipping in points as they are scheduled in 2 different sections in GS. Just wondering!

Teams in the EDP League Schedule.
Those NPL teams playing EDP also have a EDP-NPL Schedule.

Anonymous said...

7:31
You do realize that those teams that you pounding your chest over are horrible teams. The Warrington Bombers lost to PL 8-0 last spring and the last time LVU was a relevant team was when they were 8v8. YMS has one claim to fame, and that was beating PL one time last spring. They have been an F3 team qualifying team since. The current Pags league is the weakest its ever been and if PAC came out of it, the basically would have a league of F3 and F4 teams. Your making yourself look kind of stupid. Well....not kind of.

Anonymous said...

Maybe GS 4 Life can help me out here. Is it true that EDP is 6500 points less to the South Division winner this year? I was told this is how its shown, but I could not fathom the reasoning.
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

ATLETICO NYE currently plays as ISA in NYCSL NPL

The two teams merged. Now choose from close to 30 kids for NPL game days.

My guess is you also see Atletico play as Atletico as we move on with the season (select tourneys, maybe a spring division appearance - EDP or other)

If the merge works this will be a very tough NPL squad come spring - and the new and interesting NYCSL playoff

Anonymous said...

Just to clarify, The ISA and Atletico clubs have merged. The teams themselves have not officially merged. It does create a larger player pool and the coaches can pick and choose who they want for games. Eventually an "A" and "B"team will be formed but for now its a work in progress. ISA plays in NYCSL NPL and Atletico plays NYPL u15 but as I said the girls are now interchangeable.As for the EDP cup, it was really the first time a "merged" squad played as a team and they did well. The future looks bright. ISA/Atletico Dad

Anonymous said...

ISA/Atletico Dad,

I watched your team a little at EDP Cup, and they look good!

Just curious, what system does your club use to name a roster, for an important event like that?
Is it random, staggered, merit-based, or does someone close their eyes and pick from a hat?*

* While someone else guides their hand.

Anonymous said...

Not pounding chest at all. Some one said maybe it was you from the soundsof it that the NorthEast Girls NPL's bottom teams were duds? I wanted to show that they don't give up the big GA that's all. SJEB is a EDP D1 team and the others were PAGS D1 teams - PS. PAC also a PAGS D1 team has enjoyed F1 status as has previous PAGS D1 teams. NJCSA Elite is a top EDP team I guess, well they struggled with CFC Delco is all that I'm saying.

EDP awards fall and spring points - it does not award points for NPL and Champions league games since they are crossover games.

PS. NJCSA screwed the EDP North by not using the correct GS account so everybody get less points (this is what happens when you have multiple accounts - merge your accounts and stop trying to play the system)

Flight Projections with each team's MAX points as of now.
they earn a % of this based by where they finish
1st gets 100% - Last gets 0%. I hope this helps PL parent.

EDP North Projected @ 6,500
2342 NJ WILDCATS GALAXY
4486 RAMAPO VALLEY SC TORNADOS '02
4793 HBC SPARK
4822 TSF ACADEMY 01/02G
5149 NJCSA ELITE
4976 BEACHSIDE SC CT BEACHSIDE
5087 GPS NJ FLASH
6462 JERSEY UNITED SOCCER SPARTANS 01/02G NPL

EDP Central Projected @ 8,500
4739 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL
5943 REAL SOUNDERS
6009 PDA SHORE FUSION
6044 UKRAINIAN NATIONALS BLASTERS BLACK
6030 SJEB '01G NPL
6219 LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED LVU 01 GIRLS
6581 NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE
7196 FC COPA ACADEMY G01 NPL LIMA

EDP South Projected @ 8,000
5104 1776 UNITED FC XTREME
5372 CESC CALVERT CREW WHITE
5513 JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION
5522 PENN LEGACY FC 01 BLACK
6183 PIPELINE BLACK
6458 RAGE SC '01 ATHLETICA
7144 HFC READY '01
7293 HARFORD FC UNITED THUNDER
7737 BETHESDA STORM 01

GS 4 Life

Anonymous said...

rank (pts) team name
30 (15706) NJCSA ELITE-MANALAPAN
137 (6753) NJCSA ELITE

Anonymous said...

I don't think anyone is trying to play the system, several teams have the same issue. Is it something Got Soccer can fix. Same thing with players being listed on rosters of more than one club?? I don't think its a matter of playing the system, I believe its more of the inconsistency of Got Soccer

Anonymous said...

Atletico is a great team, we have played them and got beat down. They just shot the ball many times and score upper 90 from outside 18, we played them in spring. They should have been in top flight this past weekend, I was commenting on why they were not.

Anonymous said...

PL dad, sorry if I made any assumptions, I gather their are many red card coaches in the world. Your team is very good, we have certainly met them in the past, you have very nice facilities as well. best of luck to the girls

Anonymous said...

GS 4 life ... You need to GET a life

Anonymous said...

Atletico is a great team? No, NEFC Elite is a great team. Atletico is good, but not great.

Sorry you got beat down, perhaps you should work on passing the ball a little more, and less on sending it over the top?

Anonymous said...

1:29 this is something the team controls. If they have multiple accounts they pick the account they apply to a tournament or league with. GS has nothing to do with this. The team manager/coach updates the roster for each team account. I'm sorry not an inconsistency of Got Soccer more of a playing the system or an inconsistency of the team manager/coach.

So I need to get a life? I have a pretty good one actually. Don't hate.

GS 4 Life

Anonymous said...

I posted 1:29. Think you have me mixed up with the 'get a life" poster. I did not post that comment.

Anonymous said...

2:21 even if you did it's okay.

I was trying to get two in one shot, I get lazy some time and combine that with horrible grammar and well it's easy to get thing mixed up.

Anonymous said...

@1:57, yes, please send an email to our coaches about that, it would help. Being a lowly parent with suggestions does not bode well with division 1 team coaches, they know everything. They should at the very least listen to the players on the field, that does not happen much either. I still see many playing the ball over the top in Division 1 this season, at EDP cup as well. In the end everyone is trying to win, and when you get beat down 1:57, remember their is normally a defense that got beat down as well.

Anonymous said...

New England Girls NPL review by GS 4 Life

Last year NEFC ran the league, this year Oakwood and Bayside are still in the picture. NEFC only played on of the contenders so far and beat Seacoast 2-0. This week's matchups has a great game between Oakwood and Bayside. Syracuse has a chance to move up into a Crossover Cup spot (assumption is top 4 play NYCSL NPL top 4) with 2 wins, they should beat Aztec and if they can steal 3 from Seacoast they are in business. Yankee is on bye this week and can only scoreboard watch.

PTS
(2) SYRACUSE DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY SDA U14G
(0) AZTEC SOCCER GIRLS 01 NPL

(2) SYRACUSE DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY SDA U14G
(1) SEACOAST UNITED ELITE -CS- 01/02

(1) GPS-MA NPL GIRLS 01/02
(9) NEFC ELITE U14 GIRLS

(9) OAKWOOD SC
(9) BAYSIDE FC BOLTS U14G NPL 01/02

Anonymous said...

North East Girls NPL by GS 4 Life

We have both top teams playing 1 game this week vs a team that's only 5 points behind. Should be very interesting as both World Class and CFC Delco look to be improved this season and play the league leaders the defending champion PDA North and the new Match Fit NPL. CFC Delco has 2 measuring stick games this weekend as they play the number 1 and 3 seeds (Match Fit and PDA South). PennFusion or East meadow are both is place to pull off 6 points this week that should move one of them into 4th depending on what CFC Delco does. This league is a straight through league playing 24 games - so every game is importantwhen it comes to who will be the TOP 4 and play in that event at the end of the season to determine who goes to the Finals.

(-) Connecticut FC 01 NPL
(5) Boston Breakers Academy 01 NPL

(7) Continental FC 01 NPL
(12) Match Fit Academy 01 NPL

(12) PDA North 01 NPL
(7) World Class FC 01 NPL

(7) Penn Fusion SA 01 NPL
(6) East Meadow SC 01 NPL

(0) FC Bucks 01 NPL
(0) Albertson SC 01 NPL


(-) FSA FC 01 NPL
(5) Boston Breakers Academy 01 NPL

(11) PDA South 01 NPL
(7) Continental FC 01 NPL

(7) Penn Fusion SA 01 NPL
(0) Albertson SC 01 NPL

(0) FC Bucks 01 NPL
(6) East Meadow SC 01 NPL


Last week Not Reported

Connecticut FC 01 NPL
PDA North 01 NPL

FSA FC 01 NPL
PDA North 01 NPL

Anonymous said...

1:47
No problem and thanks. Good luck to yours team this weekend and hope you don't have a morning game. Those 10:00 games should be brisk to say the least.
GS 4 Life
Not sure how you figure that out, but thanks you. Now it seems to be a little more evenly distributed and make some sense.
Don't forget fellas, there is still time to get your teams into the powerhouse of all powerhouse tournaments, which is the Hempfield Fall Classic. Its actually a fairly large tournament except for our age group, which kind of sucks because its mandatory for our girls to play in it. Our club secretary will anxiously be awaiting your calls.
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

I just realized that I seriously need to proof read my post. Bad spelling and bad pluralization all in one post.
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

1:17 Your incorrect the EDP League and EDP-NPL league are logged under to different event Id's in Gotsoccer so that will lead it to 2 different points scoring. A little confused being crossovers were built into the event ID's last year I thought.

Anonymous said...

ISA-Atletico had some drama, did they not - after mostly Atletico players were chosen to play in an NPL game - the slot really belonging to ISA (and their players from last year)

I guess things will change anyway with the birth year team shift for 2016, so probably not a big deal.

Atletico made their name by giving PDA fits, I think. And is always right there in NY Cup play. I have heard their trainer is top notch.

GREAT for this division moving forward.

Anonymous said...

NYSC guy

Where have you been?

Finalling in EDP Cup might get you guys back on track

Give us a recap.

What was up with TSF on Saturday - allowing 8 goals in their 2 games?

Thanks

Anonymous said...

5:30 I get what you are saying - but i don't see points awarded for 2 of 3.
What am I missing?

EDP -Spring (Points awarded)
http://home.gotsoccer.com/rankings/event.aspx?EventID=43269

NPL - EDP (ZERO Points awarded)
http://home.gotsoccer.com/rankings/event.aspx?EventID=43063

USA Champions League (Zero Points awarded)
http://home.gotsoccer.com/rankings/event.aspx?EventID=46427

Anonymous said...

I'm sure the scouts will be very interested in the opposing teams players. Keep believing what your reading, there will be a slight shock when you get there and look around.

Anonymous said...

6:02, did you miss me?

I have a concise, and profound recap of the tournament, we were robbed.

Our talented #6 broken her wrist on Sunday against Boca, but still played the entire final.

Our best center back was knocked out of the game with a kick to the face, and a concussion.

And Mr. Referee was drinking beer with the Manalapan dads before, and after the game.

But, other than that, it was good times.

Live and learn, I always say, did I mention we were robbed?

PS Hats off to NJCSA ELITE, they are a good team, with 1 outstanding kid, even my daughter was impressed, and that ain't easy.

Anonymous said...

Which teams should stay away from?

Anonymous said...

Njcsa Elite has more than one outstanding player. No one player can win or lose a game.

Anonymous said...

yes they can. sorry.

Anonymous said...

No they can't .

Anonymous said...

10:20 That team is conditioned to feed that one player the ball... if they ever tried to be a balanced team and distribute the ball normally they would have a hard time beating a flight 1 team. The drop off in talent from the best player to #2 and beyond is tremendous.

Anonymous said...

And your team still lost. Cry baby. Your team gave up 3 goals

Anonymous said...

1:27, I gave them credit, do you know to read? All of your Jersey friends are bashing them, not me. If you were there, you would agree that the officiating was horrendous, and that is all I will say about this. Best of luck!

Anonymous said...

1:09
At the 8v8 level I might agree with you that one outstanding player can dominate a game. But one player on an 11v11 field is dominating your team, they you have to look at your coach. Any team can be surprised by the outstanding player and get caught for a quick goal. But any smart coach will adjust the defense accordingly and make someone else beat them, or at least make it much more difficult for her to receive the ball in space.
This is why you see F1 games often so low scoring. Many of those teams have game changing scorers or players, but the opposing teams know how to nullify them.

Anonymous said...

NYSC guy, the problem people are having with your comment is that while you say you give them credit, then you claim they only have 1 outstanding player and the officiating was terrible. Every team has suffered or benefitted from lousy officiating at one time or another. All part of the game.

Anonymous said...

No dude, I don't complain about a bad call or two, this was so bad it really needed mention. As far as the 1 outstanding player, its pretty much true, based on what other people have said. We saw her play at the Futsal tourney in Wildwood, she is very good, she should be playing ECNL, she is that good. We had a disaster today, losing to a local rival was worse than the game against NJCSA, much worse.

Sorry I thought I wasn't going to discuss this anymore, my bad.

Anonymous said...

2 Quickstrike FC NPL-01
1 New York SC NPL-01

1 Massapequa SC NPL-01
1 Manhattan SC NPL-01

1 NY Rush NPL-01
2 Match Fit NPL-01

2 Continental FC 01 NPL
2 Match Fit Academy 01 NPL

2 CHANTILLY YOUTH ASSOCIATION
1 FC UNITED

0 VIENNA YOUTH SOCCER
2 RICHMOND STRIKERS SOCCER CLUB

4 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL
1 UKRAINIAN NATIONALS BLASTERS BLACK

1 FC VIRGINIA UNITED 01
0 BEADLING SC ELITE

2 BEADLING SC ELITE
0 GREATER BINGHAMTON UNITED FC 01 SELECT

0 Penn Fusion SA ECNL U14
0 East Meadow Soccer Club ECNL U14

Anonymous said...

Looks like wildcats are right back on track! Nice win!

Anonymous said...

I know I need a life

PS. NYSC Guy - no worries - your league does play offs now - if this was last year I would say your girls were done even though there is a lot of soccer to be played. Now all you have to do is qualify for the last spot and get healthy. I'm with you I hate bad referees - Just one question though - was he bad because he let the girls play (dangerous play) or was he bad because he didn't know the rules or was he bad because he was a local boy (homer calls)?

GS 4 Life

Anonymous said...

3:42
Why should she be playing ecnl? Because it's that much better????? Sorry it's not

Anonymous said...

GS4,

All of the above, he was young and purposely goofy, he was enjoying it way too much, our discontent.

I tried to give NJCSA credit, but to no avail, such is life on the old YST board.

4:51, really, that's all you got, bashing ECNL, great, thanks for the inspiring input!

We need to get our house in order before Bethesa, it's been a long strange trip...

Anonymous said...

3:42

Nice try.

Anonymous said...

FC Bucks ECNL and NPL teams are a combined 0-12-0 with 2 goals for and 48 against.

Anonymous said...

I think he meant the player COULD be playing ECNL, not should be.

Anonymous said...

You can't become the best player unless you play with and against the best players.

Anonymous said...

Okay, lets get this out of the way just in case something bad happens tomorrow. PL is taking the the two and half hour drive to Calvert tomorrow so the girls will be tired before they get there. We also have three starters out (concussion, broken wrist and bruised ribs) and one playing on a slightly sprained ankle. Seven players are heading directly to ODP after the game, so they will probably be distracted during it. Also it might be windy, and we lost to YMS last year when it was windy, so there's that.
Does anybody know if Calvert plays on grass? We look faster on turf and practice on turf, so that may affect the game. I'm sure those Maryland refs are already conspiring to screw us over, just like those crappy South Shore refs did up there in Boston. I bet those frigging refs will have our keeper looking directly into the sun for both halves too. Watch Calvert's best player score like a dozen goals against us and our coach never change anything, God I hate that! I'm not coming on here to make excuses, but you never know.

Anonymous said...

You should be fine. Calvert, like Wildcats, haven't beat a good team in 2 years.

Anonymous said...

Wow!! That's just really rude!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hope they get smoked!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Rude but unfortunately true.

Anonymous said...

10:09 it's Calvert. Have you seen how they've been doing this year? I'll predict. 1-1.

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure which post 10:41 is referring to as rude? The PL post or the Wildcat reference? Funny stuff though. Thanks for breaking up a kind of dull night
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

But then again PL is not as strong as they were last year.

Anonymous said...

11:00

Actually they are a stronger group than last year. Not sure why you think otherwise.

Anonymous said...

And what about NYSC. They seem to be struggling as well.

Anonymous said...

Calvert is always F1 in tournaments, so they must be holding their own against good competition. The 1-1 prediction is a safe bet, although I'm hoping 2-1 in PL favor. Stay warm on the sidelines tomorrow fellas.
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

Please stop me!

Calvert, like Wildcats, have been F1 and haven't done anything. Neither belong there. Ties are not wins.

Anonymous said...

Results in tournament play and the results (based on the competition) in league play. That's why.

Anonymous said...

Well they arent losses either but I do agree Calvert doesn't belong in F1 anymore.

Anonymous said...

Name a legitimate F1 team Calverts has beat? They even lose to the Wildcats.

Anonymous said...

So In the last hour I have insulted Calverts, Wildcats, NYSC and PL. What team does the GS 4 Life Guy's daughter play for? I want to insult them as well. We need new blood on this site. Same guys posting the same thing.

Anonymous said...

You did not insult us, and if you did, it would have to be pretty bad for me to respond, everyone gets an opinion here, and I cool with that. Besides the team insults itself by not beating an inferior local rival, even a draw would if been acceptable, sad.

Thankfully our NPL will have a playoff in the spring, I know it's not fair to teams who achieve success this fall, but such is life.

P.S. Go Mets!

Anonymous said...

12:01

Just curious what your daughters teams record is against those 4 teams.

Anonymous said...

8:01 Mets rule!

Anonymous said...

Hey don't feel bad 3:42 it's just that you hit a nerve with the parent coach at NJCSA who is really pulling the strings and running everything through her daughter.
She just wants you to SHUSH!!

Anonymous said...

9:23 I think i did as well - since I have to get a life. But since i like the YST board and since it's like crack. Here are some more scores.


1 HFC READY '01
0 BETHESDA STORM 01

1 1776 UNITED FC XTREME
0 RAGE SC '01 ATHLETICA

7 Intense SA NPL-01
0 Brentwood SC NPL-01

2 STA NPL-01
0 PSA NPL-01

5 VIRGINIA RUSH ATHLETIC CLUB
0 ANNANDALE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB

1 RICHMOND KICKERS
0 VIRGINIA SOCCER ASSOCIATION

0 CHESTERFIELD UNITED FC
5 PRINCE WILLIAM SOCCER

6 SYRACUSE DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY SDA U14G
0 AZTEC SOCCER GIRLS 01 NPL

0 SYRACUSE DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY SDA U14G
6 SEACOAST UNITED ELITE -CS- 01/02

4 PDA North 01 NPL
1 World Class FC 01 NPL

0 Continental FC Delco ECNL U14
3 Match Fit Academy ECNL U14

2 FC Bucks ECNL U14
7 Albertson Fury ECNL U14

3 PDA ECNL U14
2 World Class FC ECNL U14

Anonymous said...

Youu got that right, between parent coach and DOC on girls side NJCSA is a train wreck.
Many promises made and parents have too much say.
Never a good thing for a team.

Anonymous said...

Having a hard time understanding why that would've hit a nerve??? You stated the kid should be playing ecnl. I would think that's a compliment? You didn't say the kid should be playing at a lower level.

Anonymous said...

11:56, sometimes it better to just keep bashing instead of complementing, some parents get confused when you say something nice. I try to be a positive person, just like any other Dad, or Mom, I want my child to be successful, but I don’t need her opponents to failures. Its pretty obvious to me that with this team, you never know what you are going to get, sometimes good, sometimes bad, but sometimes great, and its that small sliver of pure joy that want to see again.

Anonymous said...

Never a good thing when parents have a say in coaching and on coaches at this level.
NJCSA team has both parent coach and too much influence from certin parents.

Anonymous said...

They have influence on the ref too...

Anonymous said...

Actually, less than no influence on refs. In fact, the refs frequently call against us to show they are not favoring us. Face, it we won fair and square despite your "bully ball" tactics

Anonymous said...

Please define bully-ball, that is a little vague for me.

Anonymous said...

NJSA ELITE made WC Galaxy play their EDP game on a field in which the grass was knee high @ Manalapan rec center meanwhile there were at least two empty nice turf fields in same the complex. Furthermore they had a suspect referring crew one of whom yelled out to one of the Galaxy girls "shut your mouth or I'll kick you off my field" when the girl questioned an awful call.
Despite all their unethical tactics the game ended 0-0
Not to mention the fact that they showed up with the wrong player passes and then when the cards finally arrived 25 min late their friendly refs barely checked them.

SUSPECT

Elite shame on you!

Anonymous said...

Yep, no doubt about it now GS4 life is from NJ Wildcats Galaxy

Anonymous said...

I think it's in very poor taste to have players arguing with a referee.
Shows major lack of respect.

Anonymous said...

Well where do you think they learned it from. The trainer with most red cards in NJ history

Anonymous said...

PL over Calvert 5-0

Anonymous said...

Calvert sucks. Talk about a team that's gone downhill.

Anonymous said...

2:29, Sorry for your troubles, but that made my day! Hahahaha

Anonymous said...

FC Bucks 0
East Meadow 7

Penn Fusion 1
Albertson 0

Anonymous said...

So if it was 0-0 did NJCSA win in shootout in state cup?

Anonymous said...

It's listed under EDP as a game today, nothing on the cup sight. I'm assuming it was an EDP game?

Anonymous said...

Spoke with Calvert parents during the game and they said they have three girls out and it really affects their game. So may be a reason for the lopsided score today. Normally they are a good team that keeps games fairly low scoring.
Looks like PF had a good game today, congrats on a good win.

Anonymous said...
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Anonymous said...

2 FC Bucks 01 NPL
1 Albertson SC 01 NPL

4 FC Bucks 01 NPL
3 East Meadow SC 01 NPL

3 PDA South 01 NPL
1 Continental FC 01 NPL

4 Penn Fusion SA 01 NPL
0 Albertson SC 01 NPL

0 NJ Stallions NPL-01
3 NJ Crush FC NPL-01

2 STA NPL-01
0 PSA NPL-01

1 FC VIRGINIA
1 NORTHERN VA SOCCER CLUB

0 CHESTERFIELD UNITED FC
6 FC VIRGINIA

2 RICHMOND STRIKERS SOCCER CLUB
3 FC UNITED

5 PRINCE WILLIAM SOCCER
0 VIRGINIA SOCCER ASSOCIATION

0 GPS-MA NPL GIRLS 01/02
7 NEFC ELITE U14 GIRLS

0 BEACHSIDE SC CT BEACHSIDE
0 RAMAPO VALLEY SC TORNADOS '02

0 NJCSA ELITE
0 NJ WILDCATS GALAXY

1 LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED LVU 01 GIRLS
2 NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE

2 FC COPA ACADEMY G01 NPL LIMA
2 SJEB '01G NPL 2

2 REAL SOUNDERS
1 PDA SHORE FUSION

1 BETHESDA STORM 01
2 JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION

0 CESC CALVERT CREW WHITE
5 PENN LEGACY FC 01 BLACK

2 READY '01
0 PIPELINE BLACK

GS 4 Life

Anonymous said...

NYCSL NPL 2015-2016

NPL EAST
14 Manhattan Soccer Club NPL-01
13 Intense Soccer Academy NPL-01
12 Quickstrike FC NPL-01
11 Massapequa Soccer Club NPL-01
6 New York Soccer Club NPL-01
0 Brentwood Youth Soccer Club NPL-01

NPL WEST
18 NJ Crush FC NPL-01
16 STA NPL-01
6 New York Rush NPL-01
6 Match Fit Academy NPL-01
3 Princeton SA NPL-01
0 NJ Stallions Academy NPL-01

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

NPL Virginia Fall 2015
3.00 VIRGINIA RUSH ATHLETIC CLUB
2.67 FC VIRGINIA
2.67 PRINCE WILLIAM SOCCER
1.83 CHANTILLY YOUTH ASSOCIATION
1.50 VIRGINIA SOCCER ASSOCIATION
1.40 FC UNITED
1.40 RICHMOND STRIKERS SOCCER CLUB
1.00 VIENNA YOUTH SOCCER
0.60 NORTHERN VA SOCCER CLUB
0.60 RICHMOND KICKERS
0.50 ANNANDALE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
0.17 CHESTERFIELD UNITED FC

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

New England Girls NPL Fall 2015
12 NEFC ELITE U14 GIRLS
12 OAKWOOD SC
9 BAYSIDE FC BOLTS U14G NPL 01/02
5 SYRACUSE DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY SDA U14G
5 YANKEE UNITED F.C. BLAST NPL-01 BLUE
4 SEACOAST UNITED ELITE -CS- 01/02
1 GPS-MA NPL GIRLS 01/02
0 AZTEC SOCCER GIRLS 01 NPL

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

NPL Northeast Girls League 2015-16
3.00 PDA North 01 NPL
2.60 Match Fit Academy 01 NPL
2.33 PDA South 01 NPL
1.75 FC Stars of Mass 01 NPL
1.67 World Class FC 01 NPL
1.44 Penn Fusion SA 01 NPL
1.33 Continental FC 01 NPL
1.25 Boston Breakers Academy 01 NPL
0.75 FC Bucks 01 NPL
0.75 East Meadow SC 01 NPL
0.00 Albertson SC 01 NPL
-.-- Connecticut FC 01 NPL
-.-- FSA FC 01 NPL

Anonymous said...

Congrats to Boca on coming together and getting the win today. Great group of parents that never bitched or cried even when facing some lopsided scores. Its so easy to cry foul or make excuses when a team is losing.
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

Bethesda brackets out? I see nothing.

Anonymous said...

Of course you see nothing - because we have a genius that posts the link - then the tournament people are like we can't have that it has to be top secret and then they disable the link.

EDP 1st Division North
10 RAMAPO VALLEY SC TORNADOS '02
9 TSF ACADEMY 01/02G
8 NJ WILDCATS GALAXY
7 NJCSA ELITE
5 BEACHSIDE SC CT BEACHSIDE
4 HBC SPARK
1 GPS NJ FLASH
0 JERSEY UNITED SOCCER SPARTANS 01/02G NPL

Relegated:
JERSEY UNITED SOCCER SPARTANS 01/02G NPL

Promoted:
SOUTH CENTRAL PREMIER SPIRIT


EDP 1st Division Central
12 LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED LVU 01 GIRLS
12 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL
12 NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE
4 SJEB '01G NPL
3 UKRAINIAN NATIONALS BLASTERS BLACK
3 REAL SOUNDERS
1 FC COPA ACADEMY G01 NPL LIMA
0 PDA SHORE FUSION

Relegated:
PDA SHORE FUSION

Promoted:
WALL SC WAVE


EDP 1st Division South
16 1776 UNITED FC XTREME
9 PENN LEGACY FC 01 BLACK
9 HFC READY '01
7 CESC CALVERT CREW WHITE
4 HARFORD FC UNITED THUNDER
4 BETHESDA STORM 01
4 PIPELINE BLACK
3 JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION
1 RAGE SC '01 ATHLETICA

Relegated:
RAGE SC '01 ATHLETICA

Promoted:
PHILADELPHIA SC COPPA BLUE STORM

Anonymous said...

New Jersey Cup 2016

Teams Applied

Bricktown Soccer Association United Hawks
CTR MSA Comets Blue
Jersey Shore BOCA Jr FC Fusion
Jersey United Soccer Spartans 01/02G NPL
NJ Crush FC Tsunami
NJ Stallions Academy Tempest
NJ Wildcats Averbuch-NPL
Players Development Academy Ajax
Real Sounders
SJEB '01G NPL
STA Morris United 01
STA Morris United NPL 01
Twin County SA Piranhas 01/02

Anonymous said...

Biggest surprise in EDP so far? New Jersey Rush or HFC Ready? Both teams doing well.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Mom!

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Anonymous said...

NYCSL NPL Preview by GS 4 Life

This is a big week for some teams in the league.
The defending Champion STA will see if this year's MSC is a contender or a pretneder for the title, I'm sure MSC will play to hold off ISA who have a match up with PSA and they should add 3 points to their total and might take over 1st place if things go their way this week. Quickstrike wasn't expected by yours truly to challenge this season but find them in a position to challenge and have a big let's see what we really have game vs NJ Crush who the critics kept saying fell off the NJ tope team cliff. NJ Crush didn't go away and find themselves still in first place going into this, match up. Massapequa should also add 3 and stay very much in the picture vs Match Fit who isn't having
the start of a season they had hoped for. Speaking of strong starts, NYSC would like for a restart, they have a game they should win, but the way this season has gone it's anyone's guess.

10/24/2015

(0) Brentwood SC NPL-01
(0) NJ Stallions NPL-01

(12) Quickstrike FC NPL-01
(18) NJ Crush FC NPL-01

10/25/2015
(6) New York SC NPL-01
(6) NY Rush NPL-01

(13) Intense SA NPL-01
(3) PSA NPL-01

(11) Massapequa SC NPL-01
(6) Match Fit NPL-01

(14) Manhattan SC NPL-01
(16) STA NPL-01

Anonymous said...

New England NPL Preview by GS 4 Life

NEFC ran away with the league last year and was also crowned as the 2015 National Premier Leagues Champion in Indiana. They started exactly where they left off and have 2 solid games this week, 1st up is Bayside who was tied going into their match up with Oakwood, can't afford to let another one slip away. Speaking of Oakwood, this is the matchup I was waiting for to see who gets the inside track to the league title this season. Yankee and Seacoast should both add 3 points to their total as they battle foe 4th place and try to move closer to 3rd for potential Crossover Cup Qualification and a wildcard birth to the 2016 NPL finals destination unknown.

10/24/2015
(12) NEFC ELITE U14 GIRLS
(9) BAYSIDE FC BOLTS U14G NPL 01/02

10/25/2015
(1) GPS-MA NPL GIRLS 01/02
(4) SEACOAST UNITED ELITE -CS- 01/02

(12) OAKWOOD SC
(12) NEFC ELITE U14 GIRLS

(5) YANKEE UNITED F.C. BLAST NPL-01 BLUE
(0) AZTEC SOCCER GIRLS 01 NPL

Anonymous said...

EDP NPL Preview by GS 4 Life

Nothing to report besides the league tables. Still uncertain if any of the new PA/MD clubs or any of the existing Super Clubs have applied for NPL. Only time will tell.

North
ALLEYCATS ELITE NEKO 01/02-NPL JERSEY UNITED SOCCER SPARTANS 01/02G NPL NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL NJCSA ELITE TSF ACADEMY 01/02G
South
FC COPA ACADEMY G01 NPL LIMA LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED LVU 01 GIRLS NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS GREY SJEB '01G NPL

Anonymous said...

VA & NorthEast Girls NPL have to many games not reported to preview

Anonymous said...

Can you say Spring NYCSL NPL Playoffs???

Hahaha, I love playoffs!

Love, love, love....its what makes a Subaru, a Subaru.

Anonymous said...

i would love to break down this league but I don't know how it works and I can't go by what i find online because it's not exactly up to date.

Below is the best i can do (gather the info)


10/24/2015
(8) NJ WILDCATS GALAXY
(4) GPS NJ FLASH

(12) NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL
(0) PDA SHORE FUSION

(16) 1776 UNITED FC XTREME
(7) CESC CALVERT CREW WHITE


10/25/2015
(4) GPS NJ FLASH
(7) NJCSA ELITE

(12) TSF ACADEMY 01/02G
(10) RAMAPO VALLEY SC TORNADOS '02

(4) HBC SPARK
(0) JERSEY UNITED SOCCER SPARTANS 01/02G NPL

(8) NJ WILDCATS GALAXY
(5) BEACHSIDE SC CT BEACHSIDE

(12) NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE
(12) NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL

(0) PDA SHORE FUSION
(3) UKRAINIAN NATIONALS BLASTERS BLACK

(4) SJEB '01G NPL
(12) LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED LVU 01 GIRLS

(3) REAL SOUNDERS
(1) FC COPA ACADEMY G01 NPL LIMA

(9) HFC READY '01
(7) CESC CALVERT CREW WHITE

(3) JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION
(1) RAGE SC '01 ATHLETICA

(4) BETHESDA STORM 01
(9) PENN LEGACY FC 01 BLACK

(4) HARFORD FC UNITED THUNDER
(7) PIPELINE BLACK


The Promotion Zone

PTS (GP)

EDP 2nd Division North
12 (4) SOUTH CENTRAL PREMIER SPIRIT
10 (5) SDFC SAMBA
9 (4) SABA BROOKLYN CITY
7 (4) THISTLE COMETS
6 (3) LAGRANGE RAGE

EDP 2nd Division Central
12 (4) WALL SC WAVE
10 (4) WYOMING VALLEY SC '01 GIRLS
8 (4) MERCER FC SPURS

EDP 2nd Division South
10 (4) PHILADELPHIA SC COPPA BLUE STORM
8 (3) SEVP BLACK THUNDER
7 (4) PHWM SC PUMAS



NJ NCS
10/25/2015
THISTLE COMETS (NJ)
GLOBAL PREMIER SOCCER NJ FLASH U14G ELITE (NJ)

NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE (NJ)
SJEB '01G NPL (NJ)

NJCSA ELITE (NJ)
NJ WILDCATS GALAXY (NJ)

REAL NJSC SOUNDERS (NJ)
HADDONFIELD SC LIGHTNING (NJ)

Anonymous said...

GS 4 Life
When you posted the EDP South Division. You listed Rage Athletico as "Relegated". Sorry to be so uniformed (nice way of saying dumb), but what does that mean?
Thanks
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

I'm not the original poster, but I imagine he means that, if the season ended today, those are the teams that would be demoted to the 2nd division. That's typically what that refers to.

Anonymous said...

3:21
Thanks for the answer. I actually thought they were moving them down mid season. I should have figured that couldn't be done due to teams already have their schedules set.
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

Thanks 3:21.

I think the EDP uses "pro/rel". Where they will demote a team or 2 and promote another. I'm actually very surprised they let Harford back in as D1. Last fall they finished in last and should have been D2 in the Spring, but they took their ball home and didn't play and reapplied and EDP took them back as D1 instead of doing what they say they do promote teams.

If you look at below link - they still haven't updated this,to name a few things that make it difficult to follow this league. But I try.
http://www.nationalpremierleagues.com/easterndevprogramnpl/index_E.html

GS 4 Life

Anonymous said...

U14 ECNL Champions League Qualification
Oceanside, CA | June 23-28, 2016

01. Michigan Hawks ECNL U14 Midwest
02. Boston Breakers Academy ECNL U14
03. Eclipse Select Soccer Club ECNL U14
04. Mustang SC ECNL U14
05. Concorde Fire ECNL U14
06. FC Virginia ECNL U14
07. Ohio Premier ECNL U14
08. Eagles Soccer Club ECNL U14
09. FC Dallas ECNL U14
10. So Cal Blues SC ECNL U14
11. Match Fit Academy ECNL U14
12. Real So Cal ECNL U14 (*wildcard)
13. Jacksonville FC ECNL U14
14. TSC Hurricane ECNL U14
15. Colorado Rush ECNL U14
16. Northwest


Sat, October 24, 2015
(1.38) Penn Fusion SA ECNL U14
(-.--) FSA FC ECNL U14

(2.00) PDA ECNL U14
(0.00) Continental FC Delco ECNL U14

(3.00) Boston Breakers Academy ECNL U14
(1.57) Albertson Fury ECNL U14

(1.33) FC Stars of Massachusetts ECNL U14
(2.43) East Meadow Soccer Club ECNL U14

(0.60) World Class FC ECNL U14
(2.20) Match Fit Academy ECNL U14


Sun, October 25, 2015
(1.38) Penn Fusion SA ECNL U14
(-.--) Connecticut FC ECNL U14

(1.33) FC Stars of Massachusetts ECNL U14
(1.57)Albertson Fury ECNL U14

(3.00) Boston Breakers Academy ECNL U14
(2.43) East Meadow Soccer Club ECNL U14

(0.60) World Class FC ECNL U14
(0.00) Continental FC Delco ECNL U14

(2.00) PDA ECNL U14
(2.20) Match Fit Academy ECNL U14


GS 4 Life

Anonymous said...

Anybody know when Bethesda flights will be released?

Anonymous said...

Looks like a couple of grudge matches this weekend.
1 -Pda Storm vs Match Fit in ECNL.

2 -Wildcats Galaxy vs NJCSA Elite in NJCS.

Anonymous said...

I dare you to find a more balanced league than Pags 1st Division

Penn United 3 wins 1 loss 1 tie
Pa Classics 3 wins 1 loss
YMS Banshees 3 wins 1 loss
Warrington 3 wins 3 losses
FC Revs 2 wins 1 loss 2 ties
HMMS Eagle 2 wins 2 losses 1 tie
Hulmville 1 win 1 loss 4 ties
LDC United 2 wins 2 losses
SCPASA 1 win 4 losses 1 tie
PA Rush 0 wins 5 losses 1 tie

Obviously a high level league that is very competitive

Anonymous said...

Don't really see it as a Grudge Match for Wildcats Galaxy vs Elite. Galaxy is the higher seated team. They are number one, they should win.

Anonymous said...

Very nice words from pl parent bought boca. It is an awesome team with good core and different weapons. When clicking we are good for sure. We are all learning quickly in this division and the girls are challenged. We have played NJCSA twice. They are a great team.

Anonymous said...

6:51

High level? You're kidding right?

Anonymous said...

Maybe it's me, but I don't think the NJCSA Futsal girl should be playing, I mean are Futsal players allowed on the big field??

Anonymous said...

6:51 should attend an ECNL game. Try PDA vs Matchfit this weekend. You may change your thinking.

Anonymous said...

Two F1 teams in that league and YMS beat PL last spring. Those three teams are being challenged every week and have taken losses or ties from teams under them.

Anonymous said...

Yes, and stay near the MF parents, and you can see an episode of Modern Family without turning the on a T.V.

Anonymous said...

7:22 How about getting PDA or Matchfit to step into a tournament outside their safety zone and stop worrying about getting beat by a non-ecnl team? Funny how the other ECNL teams have no problem with doing so.

Anonymous said...

Matchfit ECNL is playing Bethesda actually

Anonymous said...

You will not see Storm outside ECNL again.
They disappointed just about every time they did and club will not allow them to sully the brand anymore than they already have.

Anonymous said...

7:22 Match Fit NPL v PDA NPL are playing... probably 2 of the best non ECNL teams in the area.. IMO both teams are clearly better than any team on GS top 5.

Anonymous said...

They were last year. Nothing this year from those two teams should change that.

Anonymous said...

8:31 Both teams have taken big steps forward over last year... the only thing standing in either team's way is probably each other.

Anonymous said...

6:51 - LOL

7:16 - you can't reason with stupid

7:22 - 6:51 would think their daughters team could compete with PDA or Matchfit when in reality most of us know their daughters team couldn't beat the NPL teams

7:24 - their are f1 teams because more top teams are opting not to plat in as many tournaments they are playing in showcases instead.

Anonymous said...

True. ECNL doesn't focus on GS tournaments, they don't care about those. They focus on the league and showcases.

Anonymous said...

8:28 if you believe that those two NPL teams can beat teams like BRYC, PL or 1776 or similar teams, you truly are a stupid man. I believe those NPL teams are good teams, but now your sounding just like the Penn Fusion NPL parent.

Anonymous said...

well..yea actually.

Anonymous said...

I think they are on par with teams like PL and BRYC. 1776? Seriously?

Anonymous said...

So you are saying that those NPL teams could hang with South Shore, Breakers FCV. BRYC took FCV all the way to PK's. Think about what you are saying.

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