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Region I: BRYC 95 Elite (VA)



How they got to Nationals

BRYC started the 2011 Fall Season by winning the Virginia State Cup scoring 19 goals in four games and defeating McLean Fury Green 3-0 in the finals.  After a challenging and competitive National League season in which BRYC finished with 2 losses and 5 ties and with both losses being 1-goal games, the team went on to finish first in the Region One Premier League, South Division, and then won the Region One Premier League playoffs.  BRYC continued their dominance at the 2012 Region I Championships with a 12:2 goal differential overall and defeated Alleycat Lynx (E-NY) 3-0 in the semifinals and won against fellow National League competitor Match Fit Chelsea Beat (NJ) 2-0 in the finals.

 

National Championship Series History

State Champ:  Fall 2011

Region Champs: 2012

Regional Premier League Champs: 2012

Key Players

Regional ODP Players: Christina Cardamone

National Pool Players: Carlyn Baldwin, Kaleigh Riehl

Kahla Seymour tied for the lead in goals scored at 2012 Region I Championships with five.

Interesting Facts

2010, 2011, 2012 US Indoor National Champions

The teams is made up of 2014 and 2015 player, and only one 2013 player.

College Commitments

Emily Gupton- East Carolina University

Coach Info

Larry Best

U-16 BRYC 95 Elite
 

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How they got to Nationals 

United was the Ohio-North State Cup runner-up to Internationals 95 Red, and qualified to the 2012 Region II Championship as a state wildcard. United went undefeated at the Region II Championships and exacted their revenge on Internationals in the finals with a 1-0 victory. 

National Championship Series History

State Runner-ups: 2012

Region Champs: 2012 

Key Players

State ODP Players: Katie Bainbridge, Nicolette Griesinger, Kelly Novak, Seyla Perez, Madeline Novak, Jenna Tabbaa

Regional ODP Players: Nicolette Griesinger, Kelly Novak, Seyla Perez

Novak placed in top-10 of the Region II Championships with three goals scored.

College Commitments

Paige Amodio - Bowling Green
Jaycie Brown - Central Michigan
Elizabeth Ehrnfelt - Central Michigan
Nicolette Griesinger - Dayton
Kelly Novak - Kentucky
Seyla Perez - Pittsburgh

Coach Info

Marko Raduka

Men's Soccer Assistant Coach at Notre Dame College (Ohio) (2006-present)

Played for Duquesne and Ashland University

U-16 Cleveland United White

 

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Region III: CESA 95 Premier (SC)

 

How they got to Nationals

CESA won the South Carolina State Cup by scoring 12 goals and conceding none in three games. CESA defeated SCUFC 2-0 in the state finals. At the 2012 Region III Championships, CESA only gave up one goal in the entire tournament and scored 14 of their own. CESA defeated OFC 96 (OK) in a shootout, going nine shooters deep to punch their tickets to the National Championships.

National Championship Series History

State Champs 2012

Region Champs 2012

Key Players

State ODP Players: Savannah McCaskill, Mackenzie Harris

Regional ODP: Savannah McCaskill

Interesting Facts

Blue Chip Showcase 2012 champions

Midwest Regional League Premier Division, Spring 2012 Champions

Coach Info

Andrew Fleming

USSF B License

Member of South Carolina ODP Staff (2006-2007)

Played at Virginia Tech (1990-92)

U-16 CESA 95 Premier
 

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How they got to Nationals

MVLA Lightning qualified for the 2012 Region IV Championship via the Far West Regional League. Lightning went 5-0 in the first round while scoring 14 goals and only allowing two. In the second round, Lightning went 2-0-1 with a 6:1 goal differential to win the league. At the Region IV Championships, Lightning lost their first game 3-0 to Beach FC (CA-S) but rebounded to go undefeated through the rest of the tournament. Lightning defeated Sereno 96 White North (AZ) 1-0 in the finals.

National Championship Series History

State Champs: 2011

State Runner-up: 2012

Region Quarterfinalst: 2011 

Region Champs: 2010, 2012

National Champs: 2010

Key Players

National Team: Sarah Robinson, Gabrielle Matulich, Jaye Boissiere, Zoe Pacalin

College Commitments

Jaye Boissiere - Stanford
Sarah Robinson - Stanford

Coach Info

Erin Montoya

USSF D License

WUSA Professional Player

Santa Clara University All-American

U-16 MVLA Lightning
 

 
National League Blue: Legends FC 95 (CA-S)
 

How they got to Nationals

Legends FC won the Blue division of the 2011-2012 National League and boasted a 5-1-1 record while scoring the most goals of the division (11) and giving up six goals.  On their way to the National League title, Legends defeated both BRYC and Cleveland United by a goal each during league play.

Key Players

Amanda Ball was third in the 2011-2012 National League with six goals. 

Coach Info

John King

USSF A License

NSCAA State and Regional Coach of th Year

California Coaches Association Coach of the Year

 U-16 Legends FC 95

 

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National League Red: KCFC/Futura Academy (MO)

 

How they got to Nationals

KCFC won the 2011-2012 National League Red division with a 6-1 record. KCFC scored 15 goals and conceded six in league play. KCFC advanced to the Region II Championships via the Midwest Regional League, and went 2-0-1 in the group stage but did not advance on tiebreakers. 

National Championship Series History

State Champs: 2009, 2010, 2011

2009 Regionals: (2-0-1) Did not advance past group stage.

2010 Regionals: (1-1-1) Did not advance past group stage.

2011 Regionals: Semifinalist

2012 Regionals: (2-0-1) Did not advance past group stage.

Key Players

State ODP Players: Savannah Trujillo, Jessica Hartzler, Alexis Howard, Reighan Childers, Allie Hess

Regional ODP: Savannah Trujillo

Trujillo was the top scorer in the 2011-2012 National League with eight goals.

College Commitments

Jessica Hartzler - Arkansas
Alexandria Hess - Missouri
Taylor Walker - Nebraska

Interesting Facts

Midwest Regional League Premier Division champions 2010 and 2011

Coach Info

Vlatko Andonovski

USSF A License

Assistant Coach with MISL Comets

U-16 KCFC-Futura Academy

 

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