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54 of 96 Teams Punch Tickets to the 2015 US Youth Soccer National Championships in Tulsa, Okla.

 
 

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FRISCO, Texas (June 25, 2015)
– US Youth Soccer is proud to announce the 14 champions of the 2015 US Youth Soccer Region II (Midwest) Championships, and commend their success in the state and regional championships of the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series, the country's most prestigious national youth soccer tournament.

2015 US Youth Soccer Region II (Midwest) Champions:

Age Group Team Hometown

U-13 Girls

PSG MI Gators 02 Orange (MI)

Macomb, Mich.

U-13 Boys

Sporting JB Mann (MO)

St. Louis, Mo.

U-14 Girls

CUP Gold 00/01 (OH-S)

Cincinnati, Ohio

 

#Campton United Navy (IL)

St. Charles, Ill.

U-14 Boys

LFSC Geerling White (MO)

St. Louis, Mo.

 

#Cincinnati United CUP Gold (OH-S)

Cincinnati, Ohio

U-15 Girls

Futura Pink Panthers Elite (MO)

Lee's Summit, Mo.

U-15 Boys

Sporting KC Academy (KS)

Kansas City, Kan.

U-16 Girls

Futura Academy Forte Elite (MO)

Lee's Summit, Mo.

U-16 Boys

Sporting St. Croix (MN)

Stillwater, Minn.

U-17 Girls

KHA Red (OH-S)

Wilder, Ohio

U-17 Boys

Chicago Magic PSG Preacademy (IL)

Highland Park, Ill.

U-18 Girls

KC Metro Dynamos (KS)

Overland Park, Kan.

U-18 Boys

Kansas Rush Academy Blue 96/97 (KS)

Olathe, Kan.

U-19 Girls

Gretna Prima 95/96 Green (NE)

Gretna, Neb.

U-19 Boys

St. Louis Scott Gallager (MO)

St. Louis, Mo.

# Advances to National Championships as Region II representative. U-14 Boys LFSC Geerling White (MO) and U-14 Girls CUP Gold 00/01 (OH-S) to represent National League 

Missouri Youth Soccer concluded the tournament with five champion teams. Kansas Youth Soccer was represented by three champion teams, Ohio South had two, and Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, and Nebraska each had one champion.

Regional Champions in the Under-13 through Under-19 age groups now advance to the third and final stage of the quest for the National Championship. These Region II Champions will join the 40 National League qualifying teams and the champions from Region I (East), Region III (South), and Region IV (West) tournaments for the National Championships in Tulsa, Okla., July 21-26.

The US Youth Soccer National Championship Series is the country's oldest and most prestigious national youth soccer tournament, providing approximately 185,000 players on more than 10,000 teams from US Youth Soccer's 55 State Associations the opportunity to showcase their soccer skills against the best competition in the nation while emphasizing teamwork, discipline and fair play.

The National Championships cap a yearlong series of competitions, US Youth Soccer National Championship Series, for boys and girls teams in multiple age groups as teams earn their way from the top teams in their state to the regional championship tournaments. US Youth Soccer State Champions, US Youth Soccer Regional League Champions and selected wildcard teams are eligible to compete in one of four US Youth Soccer Regional Championships. The champions in the Under-13 through Under-19 age groups from each regional event will converge in the finals in Tulsa, Okla.

The US Youth Soccer National Championships will consist of US Youth Soccer Regional Champions in the Under-13 through Under-19 Boys and Girls age groups as well as the US Youth Soccer National League qualifiers in the Under-14 through Under-18 Boys and Girls age groups to complete the field of 96 teams.

Daily reports and complete results from the US Youth Soccer National Championships are available on http://championships.usyouthsoccer.org.   
 

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About the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series – The US Youth Soccer National Championship Series provides more than 10,000 teams from US Youth Soccer's 55 State Associations the opportunity to showcase their abilities against the best in the nation while emphasizing teamwork, discipline and fair play. The yearlong competition begins with over 185,000 players in the US Youth Soccer State Championships. These champions and selected wildcard teams, through US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues, advance to compete in one of four the US Youth Soccer Regional Championships. Champions (U-13 through U-19) from each regional event advance to the National Championships. The Under-14 through 18 Boys and Girls age groups have four teams representative of the US Youth Soccer National League, in which the top four teams in each gender age group earn a direct path to the national championships. Overall the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series provides the nation's top collegiate coaches with the premier stage to identify and scout the most coveted players in the country.

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About the United States Youth Soccer Association (US Youth Soccer) – US Youth Soccer - "The Game for ALL Kids!®" is the largest youth sports organization in the country and largest member of the United States Soccer Federation, the governing body of soccer in the United States. US Youth Soccer registers more than 3 million players annually, ages 5 to 19, and over 900,000 administrators, coaches and volunteers in 55 member State Associations. US Youth Soccer programs provide a fun, safe and healthy environment for players at every level of the game. For more information, visit www.USYouthSoccer.org

Media Request: When referring to the United States Youth Soccer Association, the largest youth sports organization in the United States, please refer to the association only as US Youth Soccer, and never as USYS or USYSA. We appreciate your cooperation.

 

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