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D.C. United Academy teams had mixed results in their latest fixtures. On Saturday, May 16, the Black-and-Red posted a winning record in matches against Continental FC Delco, and on Sunday, May 17, United teams didn’t fare as well as they hosted teams from the New York Red Bulls and Oakwood SC.
Samuel Jester, the most honored boys soccer player in the high school Class of 2015 in the State of Delaware, will enroll at NJIT and begin playing for the Highlanders in the upcoming season.
This weekend in Potomac area U.S. Soccer Development Academy action, Bethesda-Olney's U-15/16 and U-17/18 sides each extended their winning streaks to four games with 3-1 and 1-0 home wins over New Jersey Cedar Stars Academy. Meanwhile, D.C. United U-17/18 advanced to the No. 5 overall seed, while Richmond United, Baltimore Bays Chelsea, Prince William Courage and Soccer Association of Columbia also competed in late-season matches.
One of the longest-running youth soccer tournaments on the East Coast, the 2015 Virginian Elite Showcase will once again include more than 600 teams from seven U.S. states and Canada competing on fields throughout Northern Virginia from May 23-25. Representing 90 clubs primarily from Virginia and Maryland, along with Pennsylvania, North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, West Virginia and Toronto, the numbers and overall quality of competition at the staple regional event continue to rise.
The UMBC men’s soccer program has added a pair of transfers to its incoming class for the fall of 2015, head coach Pete Caringi announced today.
There was plenty of movement in the ECNL Mid-Atlantic Division table this weekend across the age groups as the regular season quickly winds down for most teams, and even came to a close for others. Potomac area clubs Bethesda SC, FC Virginia, Richmond United and Maryland United FC each had teams improve their playoff standing with crucial late-season wins.
The New York Club Soccer League conducted its eighth Player Development Program (PDP) event of the season, May 3 in Brooklyn, N.Y. It was hosted by the NPL's Brooklyn Italians.
U.S. Soccer's 'Across The Academy' article series recaps recent action from the USSDA East, Central and Western conferences. Beachside SC U-15/16 forward John Denis has earned Academy Player of the Week honors for his standout performance against the New England Revolution.
Full breakdown of the college soccer recruiting timeline.