ODP stands for Olympic development
program. You can go on the the FYSA website and
read about their purpose and mission. If you choose
to send to your child to try-outs, it is a two day
process and they will be playing against the best players
in the state.
Tryouts for players
born in 97-98 are the weekend of October 23rd, 24th and the try-out
for the 96's is in the spring.
begins this Sunday the 12th from 630pm to 745pm for U13 and up
on Sunday night is for the players interested in trying out for
ODP, for information about training please email Cip at: email@example.com
DOC, Sheldon Cipriani (Cip) will train GSA players Friday night,
U12 andbelow- 430 to 530pm and for U13 and above- 530pm to 645pm
University of Florida head coach Becky Burleigh addressed the media Monday morning
as part of the Gators' All-Sports Media Day.
Burleigh shared her assessment of last week’s
action, when the Gators netted a 1-1, 2OT tie at
Alabama and a 1-0 loss at Auburn.
She then previewed this weekend’s pair of
home games, as Florida returns home to play host
to a pair of SEC Eastern Division rivals. Action
begins Friday, Oct. 15 when Tennessee (7-6-1, 4-1-1
SEC) visits the James G. Pressly Stadium. Match
time is set for 5 p.m. (NOTE the early start time).
Then No. 18 Georgia... more
Attack were finalists at the 15th Annual Brevard Fall Challenge
by Tom Laffey
The Attack opened the tournament facing a U-14 Treasure Coast United
featured some players that were physically imposing. This caused
to play a little tentative at first and TCU took an early 1 goal
GSA team quickly realized that they were technically superior to
TCU and tied
the score before the half. GSA then dominated play in the second
the match 2 to 1.
Next up was the Melbourne Beach Tsunami. GSA had played them to
a 2-2 tie
earlier this season. The Attack dominated this game start to finish
goals in each half. The Tsunami’s only goal came on a penalty
kick. GSA won
the game... read
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Soccer Goals Pose
Soccer is a great sport for kids of all ages and more than 14 million
play organized soccer in America. But there is aserious safety hazard on the
field that could be putting your kids at risk.
"Early Show" Consumer Correspondent Susan Koeppen shared
a warning for families on the broadcast, saying, "The problem
is with portable goals there are half a million of them being used
today that can weigh up to 400 pounds, and if they aren't secured
properly they can tip over."