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Developing a successful soccer organization in the United States is never an easy task. Finding the right minds, ideas, and policies to make one work requires time, effort, resources and even some luck. Success is rare and the costs can often be too much. Yet despite all of the obstacles, Rush Soccer has succeeded not only as a prominent local, regional, or even nationally-known club, but in a short span of less than 20 years has experienced an unprecedented rise into one of the world's most recognizable brands in youth soccer.
The following players have reported their NCAA women’s soccer commitments for the recruiting classes of 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 during the month of August 2016.
Hope Solo's suspension and contract termination by U.S. Soccer has set tongue waggings this week. But in the meantime relatively few have noticed Carli Lloyd going AWOL from her club team, writes Charles Boehm.
U.S. Soccer has suspended goalkeeper Hope Solo from the U.S. Women’s National Team for six months for her comments following the USA's loss to Sweden in the Olympic quarterfinals.
TSW: With 17 California clubs, eight Texas clubs and seven more representing Florida, the three states will combine to make up 32 of the 74 total founding members of the U.S. Soccer Girls' Development Academy. The Tri-State area will have nine of the 74 clubs, with five from New York, four from New Jersey and one from Connecticut. PSW: With 17 California clubs, eight Texas clubs and seven more representing Florida, the three states will combine to make up 32 of the 74 total founding members of the U.S. Soccer Girls' Development Academy. The Potomac area will have four member clubs, including FC Virginia, the Virginia Development Academy, and separate Washington Spirit branches in Maryland and Northern Virginia.
LaLiga legend Raúl recently took center stage in US Club Soccer's LaLiga Formation Methodology Level 3 course hosted by Sockers FC in Illinois.
Hope Solo: The mere name triggers grimaces and sneers among millions, from U.S. audiences put off by her checkered history of off-field incidents to the Brazilian fans booing her lustily during the Olympics. But Charles Boehm says she's an-time great – and we'll miss her when she's gone.
Texas Rush Soccer Club goalkeeper coach Keith “Muck” Johnson gained his 100th USA Paralympic National Team Cap in Holland vs. Ukraine.