Maine Soccer Coaches Regional All-Star Teams – 2017

Note: Seniors selected to these teams are invited to 23rd Maine Soccer Coaches Annual Senior Bowl at Husson University on Sunday, November 12th. Girl’s game is at 12:00 noon and the Boy’s game is at 2:30 p.m. See your coach for details.

Girls

Northern Maine Class A

Bangor: Eliza Jansujwicz M Sr, Isabella Varisco M Jr; Brunswick: Maeve Arthur F Sr, Marley Groat B Jr, Lea Scrapchansky F Jr; Camden Hills: Kristina Kelly F So, Kassie Krul M Jr; Edward Little:Piper Norcross F Sr; Hampden Academy: Emma Shearer B Sr; Lewiston: Kajha Gagnon M Sr, Gemma Landry K Fr; Oxford Hills: Cecelia Dieterich M So; Skowhegan: Annie Cooke B Jr

Northern Maine Class B

Brewer: Cassie Brown B Sr, Emily Lord F Sr, Maria Low M Jr; Caribou: Searra Herbert F Sr, Hope Shea B Sr; Erskine Academy: Kayla Hubbard M Sr, Lauren Wood M Sr; Hermon: Alex Allain M Sr; MCI: Sydney Morton F Sr; MDI: Daisy Granholm M So; Mount View: Elise Brown B Sr; Presque Isle: Madison Michaud F Jr, Savannah Rodriguez K Jr; Waterville: Anika Elias M Jr, Mackenzie St. Pierre M Sr, Rebecca Beringer B Sr; Winslow: Maeghan Bernard B Jr

Northern Maine Class C

Central: Sydney Allen F Sr, Grace Francis B Jr; Dexter: Danielle Cummings F Jr, Hannah Dorman F Jr; Fort Kent: Cassidy Lovley F Sr, George Stevens Academy: Bess MacArthur K Jr; Houlton: Kolleen Bouchard M Sr, Aspen Flewelling B Sr, Tyra Gentle B Sr, Mia Hanning F Sr, Tessa Soloman K Jr; Orono: Becca Gallandt M Sr, Brooklynne White M Jr; Penquis: Cymeria Robshaw F Jr, Camryn Rolfe F Jr; Piscataquis: Erin Speed F Sr

Northern Maine Class D

Ashland: Amber Chasse M Sr, Megan Cote K Sr, Morgan Doughty F Sr, Micayla Driscoll B Sr; Bangor Christian: Sydney Tozer M Jr; Central Aroostook: Brea Bradbury M So, Kate Levesque F So, Keara McCrum B Sr; Madawaska: Jenna Dugal M Jr, Isabelle Jandreau B Jr, Hannah Nadeau F Sr; Penobscot Valley: Riley Buck F Sr, Lexi Ireland F So, Lauren Reed M Jr; Southern Aroostook: Sydney Brewer K So

Southern Maine Class A

Cheverus: Emma Gallant F So, Michaela Jordan B Sr; Falmouth: Amelia Waite F Sr; Gorham: Emma Forgues M Jr, Hallie Shiers F Jr; Kennebunk: Hallie Schwartzman M Sr; Marshwood: Marin Smith F Sr; Scarborough: Molly Murnane F Jr, Ellie Patten B Sr, Gaby Panagakos F Sr, Emily Royce K Sr, Lauren Sabatino M Sr; South Portland: Juliana Selser M Sr; Windham: Sara Barrett B Sr

Southern Maine Class B

Cape Elizabeth: Grace Gillian B Jr, Prezli Piscopo F Jr; Gray New Gloucester: Emma Woods M Sr; Leavitt: Leah Maheux F Fr; Morse: Emily Martin F So; Oak Hill: Julia Ahlberg B Sr, Anna Dodge K Sr, Sydney Drew F Sr; Spruce Mountain: Allison Acritelli F Sr; Wells: Hannah Cottis F Jr; Yarmouth: Hannah Corey B Sr, Sara D’Appolonia F Sr, Olivia Feeley B Jr; York: Halee Bando M Jr, Payton Humphrey B Sr

Southern Maine Class C

Carrabec: Makayla Vicneire M Jr; Lisbon: Sydney Douglass B Sr; Madison: Whitney Bess M Sr, Ashley Emery M Sr, Sydney LeBlanc F Sr; Maranacook: Lauren Clough F Sr; Monmouth Academy: Abbey Allen B Sr, Tia Day F Sr, Audrey Fletcher F So, Emily Grandahl M Sr; St. Dominic Academy: Avery Lutrzykowski F Jr; Traip Academy: Emma Auclair M Sr; Waynflete School: Ava Farrar F Sr, Lydia Giguere M Sr

Southern Maine Class D

Buckfield: Hannah Shields B Jr; Greenville: Charlotte Aucoin B Sr, Bianca Breton M So, Jessica Pomerleau F So; North Yarmouth Academy: Aisley Snell K 8th; Richmond: Destiny Anair M Sr, Caitlin Kendrick M Jr, Sydney Tilton K Sr; Searsport: Sammy Hamblen B Sr; Valley: Kendra Sweet F Jr; Vinalhaven: Gilleyanne Davis-Oakes K Sr, Deja Doughty M Sr; Wiscasett: Grace Webber F Sr

Boys

Northern Maine Class A

Bangor: Garth Berenyi F Sr, Jacob Berenyi M Sr, Jack Bourassa B Jr; Brunswick: Henry Doherty M Sr; Camden Hills: Lucas Boetsch K Sr, Andy Pitcairn B Sr; Edward Little: Tyler Morin M Sr, Alex Thompson B Jr; Lewiston: Alinoor Deqow B Sr, Bilal Hersi F So; Mt. Ararat: Travis Nadeau F Jr, Gavin Patterson K Sr; Mt. Blue: Sam Smith F Jr

Northern Maine Class B

Brewer: Gavin Matthieu F Sr; Caribou: Alex Ezzy M Sr; Erskine Academy: Michael Sprague F Sr; Foxcroft Academy: Levi Stedman M Sr; Gardiner: Casey Bourque F Jr; Hermon: James Petersen F Sr; Mount View: Elijah Allen F So; Old Town: Jacob Harrison M Sr; Presque Isle: Griffin Guerrette F Sr, Jonah Hudson B Jr, Randon Mortland M Sr; Washington Academy: Milan Filipovich M Sr, D J Millet B So; Winslow: Jake Lapierre K Sr, Mike Wildes B Sr

Northern Maine Class C

Bucksport: Tanner Stegner F Sr; Central: Micah Ward B Sr, Yosef Worster F So; Dexter: Matthew Richards F Sr; Fort Kent: Noah Martin M Fr, Niki Naranja F Sr, Eden Paradis B So; George Stevens Academy: Taylor Schildroth F Sr; Houlton: Nick Perfitt M Sr; Mattanawcook Academy:Corbett Arnold K Sr; Orono: Benjamin Allen-Rahill M Sr, Joseph Astumian F Sr, Evan Kenefic B Sr; Piscataquis: Bryce Gilbert M Sr

Northern Maine Class D

Ashland: Drew Condon B Sr; Bangor Christian: Luke Chandler M Sr, Erik Gorczek M Sr, Dean Grass F Sr; D-I Stonington: Stephen Cochrane F Sr; Fort Fairfield: Isaac Cyr M Sr, Colin Goshorn B Sr; Hodgdon: Wyatt Foster M Sr; Jonesport Beals: Austin Grant K Sr; Madawaska: Lance Lavoie F Sr; MSSM: Tobyn Blatt F Sr; Penobscot Valley: Brad McKechnie F Jr; Schenck: Nicholas Powers B Sr;  Woodland: Drew Hayward F Jr, Matt Miller B Sr

Southern Maine Class A

Cheverus: Luc Dionne M Sr; Falmouth: Nate Arrants F Sr, Sam Winkeler M Sr, Ben Wuesthoff B Sr; Gorham: Kyle King F Sr, Andrew Rent M So; Portland: Quinn Clarke B Sr, Pedro Fonseca F Jr, Manny Yugu B Sr; Scarborough: Nick Anderson B Sr; South Portland: Charlie Cronin M Sr, Riley Hasson K Sr, Kyle Patterson F Sr; Thornton Academy: Frank Vondrak M Jr; Westbrook: Brandt Herbert B Sr, J. M. Lohomboli F Sr

Southern Maine Class B

Cape Elizabeth: John O’Connor M Jr; Gray New Gloucester: Brannon Gilbert K Jr, Sam Farrington B Sr; Greely: Evan Goettel B Sr, Quinn Molloy M Sr, Hazael Tshituka F Sr; Leavitt: Connor Cyr F Sr, Bryce Pelletier B Sr; Mountain Valley: Espen Lamberg M Jr; Yarmouth: Luke Groothoff M Sr, Eric LaBrie F Jr; York: Alex Nickerson F Sr, James Peter B Sr, Ryan Thurlow B Sr, Zach Westmen F Sr

Southern Maine Class C

Carrabec: Jacob Atwood M Sr, Dylan Willette M Sr; Hall-Dale: Tyler Nadeau M Sr, Beaux Vachon B Sr; Lisbon: Noah Austin B Jr, Jonah Sautter K Sr; Maranacook: Jackson McPhedran B Sr, Silas Molhar M Sr; Monmouth Academy: Nick Dovinsky B Sr, Avery Pomerleau F Sr; Mt. Abram: Evan Allen M So; Sacopee Valley: Macaleb Reinhard B Sr; St. Dominic Academy: Mack Pelletier B Sr; Traip Academy: Charlie Driscoll M Sr; Waynflete School: Ilyas Abdi F Sr, Christian Brooks M Sr

Southern Maine Class D

Buckfield: Zack Grover M Sr, Ethan Jackson M Sr, Noah Wiley F Jr; Greater Portland Christian:Mason Jones K Sr; Greenville: Connor DiAngelo M Sr, Nick Foley M Sr, Noah Pratt F Sr; Richmond: Nathan Kendrick M Sr, Matthew Rines B Sr, Zach Small K Sr; Temple Academy: Nikola Kekie F Sr, Micah Riportella K Sr; Vinalhaven: Henry Noyes F Sr

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Coaches That Voted In The Regional All-Star Process

Boys

North Class A (10 of 12) – Garth Berenyi, Bangor: Mark Roma, Brunswick: Ryan Hurley, Camden Hills: Tim Mains, Edward Little: Josh Stevens, Hampden Academy: Michael McGraw, Lewiston: Tom Sheridan, Messalonskee: Jack Rioux, Mt. Ararat: Joel Smith, Mt. Blue: Matt Dieterich, Oxford Hills

 

North Class B (14 of 21) – Kevin Coombs, Belfast: Ben Poland, Brewer: Scott Hunter, Caribou: Paul Lock, Ellsworth: Carrie Larrabee, Erskine Academy: Luis Ayala, Foxcroft Academy: Nick Wallace, Gardiner: Bob Towne, Lawrence: Brian Campbell, Medomak Valley: Dale Hustus, Mt. View: Mark Graffam, Old Town: Joe Greaves, Presque Isle: Chris Gardner, Washington Academy: Aaron Wolfe, Winslow:

 

North Class C (12 of 14) – John Boynton, Bucksport: Paul Speed, Central: Andrew Bermundez, Foxcroft Academy: Oniqueky Samuels, Fort Kent: Mark Ensworth, George Steven Academy: Caleb Byron, Houlton: Randy Harris, Lee: Aaron Ward, Mattanawcook Academy: Waldo Caballero, Orono: Jason MIlls, Penquis: Trey Gilbert, Piscataquis: Rick Dube, Sumner:

 

North Class D (13 of 21) – Trevor Hews, Ashland: Aaron Wilcox, Bangor Christian: Ryan Shaw, Easton: Jason Little, Hodgdon: Todd Alley, Jonesport Beals: Dylan Harris, Katahdin: Ben Gagnon, Madawaska: Jon Hamilton, MSSM: Jeremy Durost, Penobscot Valley: Aaron Hutchins, Schenck: Josh McGuire, Shead: Steve Lapierre, Van Buren: Carl Ripley, Woodland

 

South Class A (15 of 17) – Larry Robertson, Bonny Eagle: Matt Andreasen, Cheverus: Joel Costigan, Deering: David Halligan, Falmouth: Tim King, Gorham: Greg Cavanaugh, Kennebunk: Ben Deschene, Marshwood: Rodney Brown, Noble: Rocco Frenzelli, Portland: Tim Fecteau, Sanford: Mark Diaz, Scarborough: Bryan Hoy, South Portland: Andy Carlson, Thornton Academy: Vincent Aceto, Westbrook: Wally LeBlanc, Windham:

 

South Class B (7 of 16) – Ben Raymond, Cape Elizabeth: Andy Higgins, Gray New Gloucester: Michael Andreasen, Greely: Zac Conlogue, Leavitt: James Taylor, Mountain Valley: Michael Hagerty, Yarmouth: Eric Martens, York

 

South Class C (11 of 13) – Paul Vicneire, Carrabec: Andy Haskell, Hall-Dale: Dan Sylvester, Lisbon: Don Beckwith, Maranacook: Joe Fletcher, Monmouth Academy: Darren Allen, Mt. Abram: Sam Bowers, Sacopee Valley: Marty Bressler, St. Dom’s: Michael Macleay, Traip Academy: Brandon Salway: Waynflete: Marc Fortin, Winthrop

 

South Class D (14 of 17) – Kyle Rines, Buckfield: David Wilkinson, Chop Point: Chris Spaulding, Greater Portland Christian: Bill Foley, Greenville: Rob McHugh, Isleboro: Martyn Keen, North Yarmouth Academy: Danielle Ellis, Rangeley Lakes: Arik Akerberg, Seacoast: John Frye, Searsport: Phil Hubbard, Temple Academy: Adam Farnham, Valley: Richard Carlsen, Vinalhaven: Chris Cossette, Wiscasett

 

Girls

North Class A (9 of 12)  – Joe Johnson, Bangor: Martyn Davison, Brunswick: Meredith Messer, Camden Hills: Craig Latuscha, Edward Little: Paul Wellman, Hampden: Brant Remington, Lewiston: Fred Conlogue, Mt. Blue: Chad Truman, Oxford Hills: Mike Herrick, Showhegan

 

North Class B (16 of 21) – Dave Hamel, Brewer: Chris Lavalle, Belfast: Todd Albert, Caribou: Ryan Nored, Erskine Academy: Chris Wesley, Foxcroft Academy: M J Ball, Hermon: Kori Dionne, John Bapst: Peter Spear, Lawrence: Autumn Pepin, MCI: May Dow, MDI: David Page, Mt. View: Todd Pelton, Nokomis: Eric Damboise, Old Town: Ralph Michaud, Presque Isle: Mark Serdjenian, Waterville, Steve Bodge, Winslow

 

North Class C (10 of 14) – Michael Garcelon, Bucksport: Rick Speed, Central: Jody Grant, Dexter: Steve Bemiss, George Stevens Academy, Tim Treedie, Houlton: Robby Nadeau, Fort Kent: Cassie Pickering, Lee Academy: Stephanie Dupay, Mattanawcook Academy: Cid Dyjak, Orono: Dawn MacLaughlin, Penquis:

 

North Class D (12 – 19) – Peter Belskis, Ashland: Dale Overlock, Bangor Christian: Joe Levesque, Central Aroostook: Audra Fitzherbert, Easton: Jocelyn Carvell, Fort Fairfield: Shawn McAvoy, Katahdin: Tom Gerard, Madawaska: Mike Dugal, MSSM: Ryan Reed, Penobscot Valley: Michelle Hatch, Schenck: Holly Vining, Southern Aroostook: Marcie Barbarula, Washburn

 

South Class A (14 – 18) – Ed Taylor, Bonny Eagle: Craig Roberts, Cheverus: Kevin Olson, Deering: Andrew Pelletier, Falmouth: Jeanne Zarrilli, Gorham: Shannon Cavanaugh, Kennebunk: Chelsea Watson, Marshwood: Mike Reil, Noble: Curtis Chapin, Portland: Sam Gallagher, Sanford: Michael Farley, Scarborough: Jeff Selser, South Portland: Natalie Sharland, Thornton Academy: Deb Label, Windham

 

South Class B (10 – 16) – Kiaran McCormack, Gray New Gloucester: Peter Webb, Lake Region: Chris Cifelli, Leavitt: Donavan York, Lincoln Academy: Steve Boyce, Morse: Jeff Pelletier, Mountain Valley: Bill Acretilli, Spruce Mountain: Doug Cottis, Wells: Chris Coleman, Yarmouth: Wally Caldwell, York

 

South Class C (10 – 16) – Heidi Vicneire, Carrabec: Josh Shaw, Dirigo: Guy Cousins, Hall-Dale: Jenniffer Perron, Lisbon:  Michael Walsh, Madison: Travis Magnusson, Maranacook: Gary Trafton, Monmouth Academy: Heath Floyd, Old Orchard Beach: Patrick Keary, St. Dom’s: Kristin O’Neill, Traip Academy:

 

South Class D (9 – 12) – Larry Thornton, Buckfield: Chris Spaulding, Greater Portland Christian: Cindy Obrey, Greenville: Ricky Doyon, North Yarmouth Academy: Troy Kendrick, Richmond: R J Robertson, Searsport: Scott Lawyerson, Valley: Susan Philbrick, Vinalhaven: Duane Goud, Wiscasset

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Congrats to the 2017 State Champions

 

Girls: Class A)  Camden Hills, Class B) Yarmouth, Class C) Houlton, Class D) Richmond

Boys: Class A) Lewiston, Class B) Yarmouth, Class C) Maranacook, Class D) Bangor Christian

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Important Dates and Deadlines to consider for 2017

July

July 24th -First practice for Harvest Teams.

July 31st – August 13th  – Hands-off period (Sports Season Policy)

Coaches should download a copy of the MPA Soccer Bulletin from the MPA Website (see “Soccer Links” on home page)

August

August 11th – First countable game for Harvest Teams (after 3:00 pm)

August 14th – First Practice.

August 18th – First Inter-school Scrimmage (after 5 days of conditioning).

September

September 1st – First Countable Game (after 3:00 p.m.)

Week of September 11th – Email explaining and starting the Nomination Process sent out to coaches.

September 15th – Membership Dues to President (Michael Jeffrey, 8 Somerset St., Bangor ME 04401)

September 25th – 1st Step of the All-Star Process. Coaches nominate up to five of their own players using this formNominations due by Monday, September 25th.

October

Week of October 9th – 2nd Step of the All-Star Process. Coaches receive via email the Nominations Sheets and Ballot for the voting process.

October 16th – All-Star Ballots are sent to the Regional Vice-Presidents via email.

October 17th – Last Countable Game.

October 18th On-line voting begins for Sportsmanship Banner (one week to vote)

October 20th – *Girls’ (and Boys’ Class D) Regional Prelims.

October 22nd – Boy’ Regional Prelims.

October 23rd – All-Star Ballots are sent to the Regional Vice-Presidents via email.

October 27th – V.P.’s tally ballots and send results to President by Friday, October 27th. Also Sportsmanship Award voting will take place with each team’s coaches and players selecting three teams that will be submitted to the School’s A.D who will email the choices to the MPA Office. Sportsmanship Banners will be awarded to receiving teams at State Championship venues.

October 24th – Girls’ Regional Quarter Finals.

October 25th – Boys’ Regional Quarter Finals.

October 27th  – *Girls’ and Boys’ Class C and D Semi Finals.

October 28th  – Girls’ and Boys’ Class B and A Semi Finals.

November

November 1st – Maine Soccer Coaches Regional All-Star Teams are posted on the website.  Senior All-Stars who plan to attend the 23rd Maine Soccer Coaches Annual Senior Bowl will email the President at mjeffrey@breweredu.org

Week of November 1st –  All-America/All-New England Ballots are sent to coaches via email.

November 1st – Regional Finals All Classes.

November 4th – ^State Finals Class A & D: Site TBD  Class B & C: Site TBD

November 10th – Final RSVP date for Senior All-Stars attending Senior Bowl.

November 12th – 23rd Maine Soccer Coaches Annual Senior Bowl at Husson University. Girl’s game is at 12:00 noon and the Boy’s game is at 2:30 p.m. Seniors will receive invitations for 44th Maine Soccer Coaches All-Star Banquet.

November 13th – All America/All New England ballot due to President via email (Ballot may be hand delivered to President by coaches who attend the Senior Bowl on Sunday).

Week of November 13th – Invitations to the 44th Maine Soccer Coaches All-Star Banquet are emailed to coaches and mailed to Regional All-Stars.

*May move the 10/20 game to 10/21 and the 10/27 game to 10/28 by mutual agreement.

**Potential SAT conflict.

Note: State Championship game will rotate from a Southern Maine to Northern Maine site every year with a 5th year of rotation looking to schedule games at an Aroostook County location.

December

December 3rd – 44th Maine Soccer Coaches All-Star Banquet at the Spectacular Events Center in Bangor at 1:00 pm.

Note: These important dates and deadlines are under “Calendar and Events” on the Maine Soccer Coaches Website – http://www.mainesoccercoaches.com

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2017 NFHS Soccer Rules Changes

4-1-1d: If visible apparel is worn under the jersey and/or shorts, it shall be a single solid color matching the predominant color of the respective garment. Visible arm compression sleeves shall be a similar length, all alike and of a solid color matching the predominant color of the jersey. Visible leg compression sleeves shall be of a similar length, all alike and of a solid color matching the predominant color of the shorts.

Rationale: Players often wear compression shorts which are longer than the short or jersey. They should be of the same color. This rule addition is needed to maintain consistency with current uniform rule requirements and color restrictions.

4-2-1 Exception 1: Deleted

Rationale: With the adoption of the change related to the use of headgear as opposed to only headbands, this exception is no longer necessary.

4-2-9: A soft padded headgear that meets the ASTM standard is permitted.

Rationale: This allows for the newer headgear styles that are currently in the market to be used that are not just headbands.

5-1-3f: Unless otherwise prohibited by the state association, electronic communication devices may be used to communicate with crew members.

Rationale: This rule allows, but does not require, the use of common communication devices that are currently available and affordable. This will permit officials to utilize such equipment and improve communication allowing for a better officiated game, if permitted by the state association.

8-1-3: The ball shall be kicked while it is stationary on the ground in the center of the field of play and may clearly move in any direction.

Rationale: Requiring that the ball move forward on the kickoff is meaningless in the modern game.

10-1-3f: A goal may not be scored directly from a kickoff into the kicking team’s own goal.

Rationale: This change retains consistency with the concept that a team cannot score against themselves from a free kick, as provided in 10.1.3 c, d and e.

13-1-2: All free kicks, with the exception of penalty kicks, may be taken in any direction. Free kicks are taken from the spot of the foul except for the reasons listed in 13-2-3, which are taken from the location of the ball when the referee stopped play. Free kicks resulting from fouls committed in the goal area are taken as described in 13-1-3 or 13-1-4.  Indirect free kicks for offside (13-2-2b) are taken from the spot where the offending player interfered with play, interfered with an opponent or gained an advantage by being in that position.

Rationale: The current rule also does not clearly identify where indirect free kicks for
offside are taken. This change makes it clear.

14-1-4: The ball shall be kicked while it is stationary on the ground from the spot or any place on the penalty mark. To be in play, the ball shall be moved forward. The player taking the penalty kick is permitted to use a stutter step or a hesitation move provided there is no stopping and there is continuous movement toward the ball. Failure to kick the ball as specified shall be considered a violation by the attacking team and the appropriate penalties shall apply. Stutter-stepping is not an interruption in movement.

Rationale: This addition of these sentences clarifies that the stutter step is allowed.

2017-18 NFHS MAJOR EDITORIAL CHANGES

3-3-2, 4-1-1, 5-1-3c, 14-1-3

2017-18 NFHS POINTS OF EMPHASIS

1. Risk Minimization
2. Referee Communication and Teamwork
3. Restarts

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United Soccer Coaches 2018 National Convention

2018 Convention in Philadelphia is coming soon! January 17th – 21st

Billed as “The World’s Largest Annual Gathering of Soccer Coaches,” each year the United Soccer Coaches Convention draws approximately 4,000 coaches from our 30,000-plus members, and more than 10,000 attendees over five days for live field demonstration and lecture sessions, networking socials, coaching diplomas and more!

When it comes to soccer events in the United States, few can parallel United Soccer Coaches Convention. No other event matches the fun, excitement and learning opportunities this annual gathering offers to soccer coaches at all levels of the game.

Whether it’s learning the basics of coaching goalkeepers or a high-level discussion of systems of play, every coach who attends will find something new to add to their soccer repertoire. And the coaching instruction is just the beginning – the four-day program is filled with unlimited opportunities to mix and mingle with some of the most prominent names on the soccer landscape.

Exhibitor Information:

Join Us at the Largest Soccer-Specific Trade Show in North America

The United Soccer Coaches invites you to exhibit us at our 2018 Annual Convention.

The exhibit portion of the Convention annually showcases more than 300 exhibitors covering 600,000 square feet, making it The Largest Soccer Trade Show in North America.

Full Registration Includes:

  • All United Soccer Coaches Convention and US Youth Soccer Workshop education sessions (Wednesday evening through Sunday afternoon)
  • Unlimited access to the Exhibit Hall, including: Thursday Night’s Grand Opening and Friday’s Happy Hour
  • Registration Welcome Packet
  • T-shirt (while supplies last and sizes not guaranteed)
  • United Soccer Coaches Special Topic Diplomas and/or Certificate (Make sure to visit the Diplomas and Certificates page to view the requirements to obtain a diploma or certificate.)

For more information go to: unitedsoccercoachesconvention.org/

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Coaching Requirements for 2017

MANDATORY RULES CLINICS
There will be mandatory rules clinics held in soccer this fall. Each high school program (boys and girls) must have a coach attend one of these mandatory meetings. All coaches must sign in to be credited with attendance.
Date Site Time TBA
*Each coach must complete the NFHS “Concussion in Sport – What You Need to Know” video that is available at the NFHS website (www.nfhslearn.com).
*Each coach must complete the NFHS “A Guide to Heat Acclimatization and Heat Illness Prevention” video that is available at the NFHS website (www.nfhslearn.com).
*Each coach must complete the NFHS “Sudden Cardiac Arrest” video that is available at the NFHS website (www.nfhslearn.com).

 

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