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Southern Indiana United Soccer Club
The SIU River Pirates won the Spring JCYSL tournament on Sunday. The River Pirates won their first game 6-0, then fell behind 0-1 in their next two matches before roaring back to win both 3-1. In the 3rd and final game the River Pirates outlasted FC Thunder 2-0.
SIU U13 River Pirates Win Spring JYSLTournament
Players (left to right), 1st Row: Isaac Smallwod (Center Back), Luke Heineman ( Winger, 2 goals), Ryan Drury (Winger, 3 goals), Emmanuel Zarate (Midfielder, 1 goal, Team MVP), David Heineman (Winger, 1 goal), Joe Gryboski (Center Back); 2nd Row: Zion Graf (Forward), Nick Kiefer, (Goalkeeper), Jackson Konty (Forward, 1 goal), Ryan Serneels (Winger, 1 goal), Miles Spite (Midfielder, 1 goal), Andy Schmidt (Center Back); Not pictured: Caleb Yankey (Midfielder, 4 goals); Coaches: Mark Konty (Head Coach), Joe Smallwood (Asst Coach)
The SIU Mockingjays, coached by Ed Clere, took third place in the U12 Girls division, finishing with a 2-1 record.
Summer Soccer Camp
Southern Indiana United Soccer Club will once host our annual summer soccer camp for boys and girls ages 4-14 the week of June 24. Camp for those ages 4-6 will be from 9-10:30 every day and the cost is $90; camp for those ages 6-14 will be from 9-Noon every day and the cost is $125. For more information, contact Debbie at 945-5627 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is the link to register:
Coach Ochsner's U11 Firehawks Win Indy Burn Cup!
2013-14 Academy Signups Open
Any current U7 or U8 player ( born between 8/1/04 & 7/31/06) is eligible to participate in our Academy. We will have a Girls Academy and a Boys Academy in 2013-2014. Cost is $160 for the Fall and $160 for the Spring, plus $30 for the uniform.
The “Academy” concept is a way to organize players placing emphasis on player development over team results. The selection process involves keeping all players who sign up to play without putting them on “A”, “B” or “C” teams. There is limited travel. On game day, players may be grouped based on ability or mixed. During the match, no official score is kept. All players will receive equal playing time. Players are not pigeon-holed into a fixed position. The four major objectives in having a Developmental Academy League are to create a better environment (FUN) for player development, coaching education, parent education, and referee development. Anyone who signs up for our Academy program is automatically placed on our team. Emphasis is on player development and not winning. Our Director of Coaching is the Academy Director, who monitors the Academy coaches. The Academy season is the same as the other Select teams, but no tournament play is involved. The Academy may travel short distances to play other Academy teams in the area.
Fields Status: Closed Friday, Open Saturday/Sunday