Month: May 2011

Springfield Soccer Club Boys & Girls Tryouts – June 20-22

Would you like to become a STATE CHAMPION or play COLLEGE SOCCER someday? If so then be sure to
attend the tryouts for the Springfield Soccer Club as we look to form our teams for 2011-2012. SSC is the only area club with College All-Americans, US Club Regional Champions, Midwest Regional League Champions, and their very own Indoor training facility with 2 fields and weight room.

In just a few short years the Springfield Soccer Club has established itself as the home for competitive
youth soccer players and their families in southwest Missouri. The Springfield Soccer Club is fully
committed to offering playing opportunities to every player that wants to be in the club, we are forming
competitive and developmental teams. Come be a part of a CHAMPIONSHIP club that develops players!

All Tryouts will be held at the Lake Country Soccer North Fields
Pre-Register @ www.springfieldsportsclub.com

Age Matrix

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June 20, 2011
Under 9 – Boys & Girls: 5:30-7:00pm
Under 16 – Girls: 5:30-7:00pm
Under 7/8 – Boys & Girls: 5:30-6:30pm
Under 15 – Girls 5:30-7:00pm
Under 12 – Boys & Girls 7:00-8:30pm
Under 10 – Boys & Girls 7:00-8:30pm
Under 17/18 – Girls 7:00-8:30pm

June 21, 2011
Under 7/8 Boys & Girls 5:30-6:30pm
Under 13 Boys & Girls 5:30-7:00pm
Under 11 Boys & Girls 7:00-8:30pm
Under 14 Boys & Girls 7:00-8:30pm
Under 17/18 Girls 7:00-8:30pm

June 22, 2011
Under 9 Boys & Girls 5:30-7:00pm
Under 12 Boys & Girls 5:30-7:00pm
Under 13 Boys & Girls 5:30-7:00pm
Under 15 Girls 5:30-7:00pm
Under 10 Boys & Girls 7:00-8:30pm
Under 11 Boys & Girls 7:00-8:30pm
Under 14 Boys & Girls 7:00-8:30pm
Under 16 Girls 7:00-8:30pm

For More Information Contact: Eric Sorlie Director of Soccer Operations
Office: 417-832-1552 or e-mail sorlie@springfieldsportsclub.com

MISSION STATEMENT: Springfield Soccer Club seeks to develop soccer players to their fullest athletic, educational, and social potential. This will be accomplished by providing a high level of education and training necessary for each individual player to be their best on and off the field.

**HOME OF THE 2007, 2008 MYSA STATE CUP CHAMPIONS**
MIDWEST REGIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS & US CLUB REGIONAL CHAMPIONSdubai escort listing

2010 Missouri Girls Class 2 Semifinal, Notre Dame de Sion vs Notre Dame St Louis

Missouri Class 2 Girls Soccer Final Four

2010 Missouri Girls Class 2 Semifinal, Notre Dame de Sion vs Notre Dame St LouisThe Class 2 semifinal round will open at noon on Friday with a pair of St Louis teams facing off, followed by a pair of Kansas City area teams at 2:00 pm

Notre Dame Rebels (18-6-1) –
Visitation Vivettes (19-5) –
A rematch of last years final, won by Visitation. The two teams met in the final match of the regular season in a game won by Viz 4-3. Here’s the Post-Dispatch description:

The Vivettes dominated the ball and spent most of the match knocking it around on the Rebels’ half of the field. Lydia Harlan netted her first career hat-trick, scoring the last three Visitation goals after junior Julia Bartolacci tied the game 1-1 with 15 minutes to go in the first half. Harlan, who now has 11 goals on the season, is one of the many weapons Visitation has at its disposal. Sophomore striker Jade Klump and senior midfielder Courtney Young lead the team in goals with 20 and 16, respectively.

For the Rebels, midfielder Michelle Auer (#4), tallied two goals in the game, pushing her season total to 41 at the time. She now has 49 goals and 17 assists for 115 points. Auer was the 2010 Class 2 Player of the Year and has committed to SIU-Edwardsville. Jessica Bayens (#3) is headed for D2 Rockhurst and Elizabeth Flowers (#13) will play at McKendree (NAIA).

Visitation is sending Mackenzie Barringhaus and Ellie Bumb to Bellarmine (D2-GLVC) while Kaitlyn Deister will play at Missouri S&T (D2-GLVC), Courtney Young joins Auer at SIU-Edwardsville (D1-OVC) and Lydia Harlin is headed to Denison (D3)

Harrisonville Wildcats (23-4) –
Notre Dame de Sion Storm (15-6) –

A rematch of last year’s Quarterfinal game, won by the Storm 1-0, will call on the Wildcat’s full powers to advance to the title match. The Storm, ranked either #3 or #2 all year in the Missouri Soccer Coaches poll, are led by Junior forward Caroline Shay and defender Haley Fritzlen, a Midwest All-American last year headed to Marquette this season (Shay has also verballed to Marquette, with NDdSion coached by Marquette grad Matt Darby.

The two teams met early this season, in a game won 3-0 by Notre Dame de Sion. Later in the season, Pembroke Hill, who Harrisonville defeated 2-1 had lost 4-0 the previous week to the Storm. . Another factor to consider is strength of schedule. Notre Dame de Sion competed in the MO-KS Border battle, losing 0-2 to St Thomas Aquinas as well as playing a full complement of Class 3 programs in the KC area.

The Wildcats have four college signees, including Christina Harold (#1) and Alex Erickson (#2), headed to Park University (NAIA), Shalyne Wheeler (#7) to Southwest Baptist University (D2-MIAA) and Karson Wilson (#18), Emporia State University (D2-MIAA) who will look to finish their careers on the highest note possible.

The Championship game between Notre Dame (STL)/Visitation and Harrisonville/Notre Dame (KC) will be played Saturday at 4:00 pm.

The 3rd place game between Notre Dame (STL)/Visitation and Harrisonville/Notre Dame (KC) will be played Saturday at 10:00 am.

Common opponents for Harrisonville and Notre Dame (STL) is Marshall. The Rebels walloped Marshall 8-0 at the West Plains Tournament in late April while Harrisonville defeated Marshall 4-0 earlier in April.
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Gold Cup at Sporting Park KC stadium

KC sends four to CONCACAF

Sporting KC will be well represented when the CONCACAF Gold Cup begins in June.

KC has four players who will play for their national teams in the tournament that determines the champion of North America, Central America and the Carribean.

Shavar Thomas will play for Jamaica, Roger Espinoza for Honduras, Craig Rocastle for Grenada and Stephane Auvray for Guadeloupe.

Auvray and Guadeloupe will be at Livestrong Sporting Park on June 14 for a match against the United States.

The tournament will be held June 5 to 25 at stadiums across the US.

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Drury Soccer Camp

Drury Soccer Academy Summer Schedule

Drury Soccer CampThe Drury University Soccer Academy has announced the dates for their 2011 Camps. The Drury University Soccer Academy offers a wide range of activities in a fun, safe, and skill appropriate environment. Whether you are a beginner learning the game, or have inspirations to play in college, the Drury University Soccer Academy has something for everyone.

Upcoming 2011 Camps:
Panther Day Academy: June 27-30
Boys Residential Academy: July 5-8
Girls Residential Academy: July 11-14

Panther Day Academy
This program focuses on technical skills, small sided games, contests, and tactical development. All day campers will go swimming on Drury’s Natatorium. Campers can bring or have the option of purchasing a lunch. Ball and T-shirt included. Registration and more information.

Residential Academy
The residential academy is a specialized technical course designed for the player to achieve their maximum potential. Emphasis will also be placed on specific tactical & technical match related situations in regards to team play. This Academy will also provide a special classroom session for the players to help prepare them for the college recruiting process. Registration and more information

All Camp activity occurs on the Drury University campus, including Baseball, Basketball, Softball and Volleyball offered via Drury Sport Camps.

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Sporting KC ends skid

Sporting KC snapped a five-game MLS losing streak Saturday night by tying the Colorado Rapids 1-1.

The game is the ninth in a 10-game MLS road trip that KC has to start the year.

Colorado struck first when Conor Casey scored in the 13th minute. KC fought its way back, tying the game on a goal by Ryan Smith in the 75th.

From there, Sporting KC held on to secure a tie against the defending MLS champs and earn their first point in the month of May.

Sporting KC beat New England 5-0 in a US Open Cup match on Wednesday and they finish up their road trip Saturday at Toronto before their much-anticipated home debut on June 9.

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