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USYS Jun 11, 2019

US Youth Soccer Great Lakes Conference titles decided

FRISCO, Texas (Via US Youth Soccer) — Behind strong on-field performances during the 2018-19 seasonal year, 14 teams earned US Youth Soccer Great Lakes Conference Premier I Division titles. In doing so, many of the division winners have earned an opportunity to compete in the 2019 US Youth Soccer Midwest Regional Championships and qualify for the 2019-20 US Youth Soccer National League season.

Boys Premier I Division Champions
13U Michigan Jaguars 2006 Green (MI)
14U Nationals Union 05 Black (MI)
15U Nationals Union 04 Black (MI)
16U Beadling 2003 South Red (PA-W)
17U Club Ohio 2002 Green 1 (OH-S)
18U Michigan Wolves 01 (MI)
19U Ohio Premier NL (OH-S)

Girls Premier I Division Champions
13U CUP 06 South (OH-S)
14U CUP 05 Gold (OH-S)
15U Beadling 2004 South Red (PA-W)
16U Beadling 2003 South Red (PA-W)
17U Beadling North 02 Red (PA-W)
18U CSAIU 01 NL (OH-N)
19U Cleveland FC 00 (OH-N)

The Great Lakes Conference is one of 13 conferences that fall under the scope of the Leagues Program and operate at a multi-state level — providing high-level competition on a consistent basis at a targeted local level (New York West, Pennsylvania West, West Virginia, Ohio North, Ohio South, Indiana and Kentucky).

Premier I Division winners in the 13U-19U Boys and Girls age groups have the opportunity to advance to the 2019 Midwest Regional Championships, which are set to take place June 21-26 in Saginaw, Mich.

Meanwhile, teams in the 13U-17U Boys and Girls age groups can earn qualification into the National League for next season. Click hereto for complete information on qualifiers for the 2019-20 National League season.

Click here for more information on the National League and the 13 conferences, including the Great Lakes Conference.

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