Monday, November 2, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
SAN LUIS OBISPO – After producing the Mustang men’s soccer team’s first hat trick in nearly four seasons and tying a program record with three goals i
Monday, October 19, 2009
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Monday, October 12, 2009
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Monday, October 5, 2009
See also http://www.sanluisobispo.com/sports/story/873619.html
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Sunday, September 27, 2009
The team was victorious over California Down Under in the championship game after having lost to this same team earlier in the double elimination tournament.
San Luis Obispo Women's Soccer League is for women 18 and over who want to have fun and get into shape playing soccer! Experienced or first-time players are welcome. SLOWS was founded in January 2001. SLOWS also directs the annual FIRECRACKER INVITATIONAL tournament every summer. This tournament welcomes adult women's teams from all over the country. The tournament benefits a local educational scholarship to those pursuing higher education.The scholarship committee awarded $6000 in scholarships this year!
For more information on the results of the 2009 Senior Games see http://www.2009seniorgames.org/pdf/results/soccerresults.pdf
For more information on the San Luis Obispo Women's Soccer League, visit http://www.slowsoccer.org/
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Monday, September 21, 2009
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Saturday, September 19, 2009
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Friday, September 11, 2009
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
The Fall 2009 session of Old Dog Academy is here! Check out the information at www.olddogacademy.com. There is no better workout than chasing a ball around for 90 minutes.
I hope you can join us on Wednesday evenings at Damon Garcia, and pass it along to anyone else that might be interested.
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Saturday, September 5, 2009
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
New CSL iPhone Application
The New CSL iPhone Application is now available on iTunes. Select up to six groups to follow with real time updates. And with one touch you'll have access to field locations and directions.
· See your schedule
· Get Directions
· Get scores
· Keep track of standings
· AND MORE
Best of all, it's FREE!
Click here to download right from the Coast Soccer League website.
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Tickets for all Cal Poly athletics contests can be purchased online at gopoly.com. Select the “TICKETS” link on the left side of the home page or call (805) 756-5806. The ticket office is located in front of the Cal Poly Recreation Center at the corner of South Perimeter and Via Carta. Office hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Seating charts of Mott Gym and all Cal Poly athletics facilities are located at gopoly.com under the “TICKETS” link.
Monday, August 31, 2009
Friday, August 28, 2009
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
6 v 6 Charity Soccer Festival
September 4 & 5, 2009
WHAT:Tournament – Small-sided soccer friendlies
6v6 youth and adult open
7v7 adult coed
Special Olympian athletes and partners
Boys and girls: U8, U10, U12, U14, and U16
Men’s Open, women’s Open, and adult coed (3 female minimum)
12 player max per team – 3 game minimum
WHEN:Friday, September 4, 2009 & Saturday, September 5, 2009
WHERE: Soto Sports Complex1275 Ash Street Arroyo Grande 93420
WHY:To come together, celebrate the kickoff to a new soccer season and help some great athletes!
COST:Before August 28th - $250 per youth/adult team, $275 Aug 29th and later.
Space is limited!Team registration available by contacting Jody at firstname.lastname@example.orgQuestions? Please contact Jody Watty at (805) 544-6444 or email@example.com or contact James Lang firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cal Poly Athletics Department and Mustang men's soccer team recently finalized the program's 2009 promotions schedule for home matches at Alex G. Spanos Stadium. The slate of events is scheduled to run the length of the regular season and covers all nine home matches.
Cal Poly, which last season finished third among Division I attendance leaders after averaging 2,839 supporters per home match, will allow fans age 13 and under a free sneak preview of the 2009 Mustangs on Wednesday, Aug. 26, as the program hosts San Diego State for a 7 p.m. exhibition tuneup. Youth supporters will also be able to attend a post-match autograph session with Cal Poly players and coaching staff in the adjacent Mustang Memorial Plaza. Read more
Three Pac 10 teams and a total of four teams from who advanced to the NCAA Tournament highlight the Cal Poly women's soccer 2009 schedule release by head coach Alex Crozier. The Mustangs will open the 2009 regular season with a bang, hosting final four College Cup participant Stanford on Friday, Aug. 28. The Cardinal concluded the 2008 season with a 22-2-1 record, falling in the semifinals to Notre Dame. Read more
Tickets for all Cal Poly athletics contests can be purchased online at gopoly.com. Select the "TICKETS" link on the left side of the home page or call (805) 756-5806. The ticket office is located in front of the Cal Poly Recreation Center at the corner of South Perimeter and Via Carta. Office hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Seating charts of Mott Gym and all Cal Poly athletics facilities are located at gopoly.com under the "TICKETS" link.
Monday, August 24, 2009
Peterlin, named to both the All-Big West Conference first team and NSCAA All-Far West Region team as a senior in 2008, officially joined Everton from Premier Developmental League side Ventura County Fusion for an undisclosed fee July 1. Prior to the transfer, Peterlin had enjoyed a 10-day March training session with the 2009 FA Cup runners-up.
Cal Poly, which advanced to the program’s first NCAA Tournament in 13 years last season, hosts San Diego State for an exhibition match at Alex G. Spanos Wednesday, Aug. 26 at 7 p.m. The regular season opens at home Tuesday, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. versus UNLV. Tickets for all Cal Poly athletics contests can be purchased online at gopoly.com. Select the “TICKETS” link on the left side of the home page or call (805) 756-5806.
Sunday, August 23, 2009
U18 Women, First Place Bronze: SAN LUIS OBISPO SLO STORM
U15 Girls, Second Place White: CENTRAL COAST CONDORS SC
U13 Girls, Second Place Red: SAN LUIS OBISPO SLO STORM BLACK
U10 Boys, Second Place Black: SAN LUIS OBISPO SLO FIRE
U10 Girls, First Place Black: SAN LUIS OBISPO SLO STORM
Congratulations to all of our local teams who competed last weekend in the North verses South Summer Classic!
Monday, August 10, 2009
What: Essential training for AYSO Coaches
When: August 14-16, 2009
Where: Dunn School, in Santa Ynez
Why: Because the kids deserve the best coach you can be, and you deserve the best coach training there is!
Who: All AYSO coaches, assistant coaches, and prospective coaches.\
How: Check with your region to see if reimbursement of course expenses is reimburseable! Sign up through eAYSO now:
For additional information contact Barbara Haig, Area Coach Administrator.
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Thursday, July 9, 2009
See the following message from Rob Cantrell, Director of Coaching, Madrid Premier Soccer Club.
Thomas F. Lebens
Sent using Verizon Wireless Blackberry.
From: Rob Cantrell
Sent: Thu Jul 09 11:53:08 2009
Subject: Madrid Premier Soccer Club College Night - August 13th, 2009 in Pismo Beach
First let me apologize if you receive this more than once, my gmail account is duplicating.
Second, the purpose of this email is to invite you to come to a very special and FREE informational meeting that all parents of athletes who desire to play a competitive sport in college should want to attend.
On the Academic side of things:
Did you know that the math taken in 7th and 8th grade can have an effect on an athlete's academic eligibility in college? Do you know what classes to take freshman year in High School to ensure eligibility? When should you sign your athlete up for the NCAA Clearinghouse? How and when can a college coach legally initiate contact with your athlete? How many unofficial visits can an athlete make to a campus during their High School years?
On the athletic side of things:
What is going to increase your athlete's chance of being identified and possible recruited? What should an athlete do to possibly get the edge? Is what you are doing now enough? What schools can and cannot offer athletic scholarships? Even if your athlete is the best, how realistic is a "full ride" scholarship?
On Thursday, August 13th, Madrid Premier will sponsor an Athletic College Night at New Life Church in Pismo Beach to help answer these questions and more. We have several college coaches who serve as our panel and speak about their programs and give information regarding specific academic and athletic requirements and expectations for entrance not only into college, but specifics on the different divisions within the NCAA.
While soccer is our main focus, this evening will be open to parents of any athlete, regardless of the sport, who wants information on playing college sports. This meeting is also open to parents of any soccer athlete, boys and girls, that plays for Madrid Premier or not. We feel that this information is too important not to pass it on to anyone who is interested in finding out more.
We really look forward to seeing you there and feel free to pass on this information on to anyone you think may be interested.
Seating is limited so please RSVP as soon as possible!
Thanks so much!
Director of Coaching, Madrid Premier Soccer Club
Head Coach, Santa Ynez High School Girls Varsity Soccer
One Premier Soccer Schools
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Friday, July 3, 2009
Celebrating ten years of soccer excellence in the Central Coast, Catalyst Soccer will be offering great summer soccer camps that feature professional instruction to give your kids the superb learning they need to develop in the beautiful sport of soccer. Founded in 1999 and recognized by "Soccer America" magazine as one of the best youth clubs in the country—Taught by former MLS player and current Cal Poly Head Men's Coach, Paul Holocher in conjunction with Cal Poly Women's and Men's coaching staffs and current players, the Catalyst Soccer Club is excited to bring a high-level and positive learning experience to the soccer-loving young players of San Luis and Santa Barbara Counties. All Catalyst summer participants receive a Catalyst training shirt with the program and special membership into the Cal Poly Catalyst club for kids, with special fun events during the Fall season to come out and watch the Cal Poly Mustang Men's and Women's Soccer programs.
Summer 2009 - Click here for summer schedule!Two great programs in Nine different locations throughout the 5 cities!
Thursday, July 2, 2009
"Whatever level you play, if you are the player that strives to be the best you can be, One. Soccer Schools is the place for you. We guarantee that after completing the intense week, you will leave a more technically skilled player.
In addition, your tactical awareness will improve and your overall understanding on what it takes to become an elite athlete will continue to grow and develop. You will leave One. Soccer Schools with a ring of confidence surrounding and separating you from your counterparts." -- One Premiere web site.
This was a “soft launch” without too much fanfare because, as is always the case with a new Web site, they’ll be working out bugs for a few days. They’ve also picked a holiday week because it tends to be a low traffic period for all AYSO Web sites. They expect to do an official announcement the week of July 13.
Any links to soccer.org on Region, Area or Section Web sites will be automatically redirected to the new AYSO.org homepage. Deep links to the old site may need to be updated. Use the Search function on the new site to find the page or document.
This new Web site is specifically designed for parents and volunteers.
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
The Global Sports Institute offers individual training, group training and team training for all ages. We do not conflict with club commitments and will work with your club coach to maximize your development as a player.
Go to our link to learn more and register.
Area Coach Camp
Area Coach Camp is coming! Time to get trained for the division in which you plan to coach in 2009 -- U6 through Advanced. Please visit our Area Coach Camp page for additional information and updates.Make sure and register NOW for your courses through eAYSO!
Region 77 -- Lompoc
Soccer Registration for Fall 2009
Regular sign-ups for this season are complete.
We are still accepting requests to be placed on the waiting list for this year's season. Call our hotline number 735-5133 and follow the message on how to request registration. A call will be returned, as soon as we can, and your child will be placed on a waiting list in the order the application is processed.
Sign up for AYSO Soccer Camp
August 10 - August 14 Click here for more info
Region 83 -- 5 Cities
Fall 2007 Season Player Waiting List Now Available!
Note that participation by U10, U12, and U14 teams in league post-season is conditioned on teams exhibiting good sportsmanship, and on the accrual of sufficient playoff points to qualify for the Ken Claassen Memorial Playoff. Please see playoff point system details.
Region 180 -- Santa Ynez
Tuesday 6/30/09 is the last day to register for the Fall Season for all players in the U6 - U19 age divisions!Applications must be postmarked by 6/30/09.NEW!!The U5 division will be accepting applications throughout the 2009 Fall Season...it's never too late!See the U5 Program link to the left for more information!
Region 599 -- San Luis Obispo
FALL 2009 LATE REGISTRATION IS COMING
There will be a First-Come, First-Served Space-Available Only late registration Tuesday June 30 beginning at 6PM at the Ludwick Community Center (864 Santa Rosa St.) There is limited availability in all divisions. Spaces will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis on June 30. When divisions are filled, remaining applicants will be placed on a waiting list.Online pre-registration is available and strongly recommended. Click here to log on to eAYSO and begin the process.
AYSO Camps are coming to San Luis Obispo!
AYSO Soccer camps will be held this summer here in SLO! Camps will be held at Meadow Park July 13-17 and August 17-21. Click here for more information and to register.
Region 716 -- Nipomo
• Mark these dates on your calendar!!
• U10 and U12 Coach Training - New Dates Posted: U10 and U12 Coach training for Assistant Coaches and Head Coaches who need coach training will take place as follows:
U10 Coach training - Sunday, Sep 14th, 1-4pm, Elm Street Center or Tuesday, Sep 16th, 6-9pm, Elm Street Center
U12 Coach training - Sunday, Sept 14th, 1-6pm, Elm Street Center or Tuesday, Sep 16th, 6-11pm, Elm Street Center
• August 6th Referee Training U-8 & Basic P-I Aug,9th Basic P-II• August 22nd, 23rd, 24th @ NHS
• September 1st Practice begins.• September 6th, Opening Ceremony, Pictures & Raffle• September 13th, Games begins. • October 25th, Silent Saturday. Shhhhhhhhh. • November 8th & 9th Girls Jamboree Tourney.• Nov 15th & 16th, Boys Jamboree Tourney.
Region 714 -- Paso Robles
News & Special Events
2009 Regular Registration has ended. If you are still interested, we have late registration available until July 19th for 100 dollars. Please call our registration hotline at 237-2970 to set up a meeting to register,
Logon to www.eAYSO.org to fill out the required registration form. Please bring two copies with payment to meeting place.Children that have never played before or skipped a year will need to bring birth certificate. Players in U8 and above that have never played before or skipped a year will need to be rated.
The Brits are coming! One of the most respected and experienced soccer training organizations in the United States, Challenger British Soccer Camps are returning to Paso Robles once again to offer one of their highly praised training camps to our ever- growing soccer community.
The camp will be coached a members of the Professional British Soccer Coaching Staff, flown to the USA exclusively to work with, educate & encourage American Children that are involved in our wonderful game. During the week of camp, the British Coaches will hold a supplemental free clinic for parents and coaches. This clinic is for all abilities & is completely FREE! Are you the next World Cup star? If so, then Challenger British Soccer Camp is for you. Camper will need to bring lunch and sunscreen daily.
LOCATION: Sherwood Park
DATE: Aug 3-7
FEES: $68 - $144 (depending on age & length of program for your child).
IMPORTANT NOTE: Register Online at least 45 days prior to camp & receive your FREE British soccer jersey in the mail! Click on the link to register & for more information visit www.challengersports.com or call 888-713-6707.
At this event information will be provided on what youth players interested in playing at the college level need to do to prepare themselves for this opportunity.
Check back here for more information.
Thomas F. Lebens
Sent using Verizon Wireless Blackberry.
Sunday, June 28, 2009
4th July Parade
Templeton's 4th of July Parade-NCFC will show our community support by walking as a group in the parade with players wearing their uniforms.
Players are to bring a ball and wear their white uniforms. Parents and siblings are welcome to march behind the players to show support. The meeting time and location will be announced soon.
SLOSC Teams Have Strong Showing At Eagles Classic
June 14, 2009. San Luis Obispo Soccer Club traveled to the Eagles Premier SC Summer Classic June 13 & 14 competing in over 30 matches over the two day tournament held in Ventura and Camarillo. We traveled with 10 Teams (six girls and four boys teams) to the prestigious challenge cup.
Headlining the boys side was the U9 FIRE Red and head coach John Gaydos, going
3-0-1 and taking home the Silver Cup. The "Reds" got through on a semi final PK shootout, winning 1-0 (3-1 PKs) over Valley United and took the ensuing championship match with a hard fought 1-0 win vs Santa Clarita United.
Gabe Rojas got the match winner in the final. All-Tournament and Most Outstanding Player Honors went to Orion J Schwellenbach. Congratulations lads!
The boys U17 FIRE Black had a fantastic tournament run, surging to the championship match with a thrilling 1-0 win vs Arsenal and then losing to eventual champ Oxnard Wave 1-0 as the Wave (U18 Coast Premier) converted a free kick in the last five minutes of regulation. According to Head Coach Bobby Galarneau, "the boys played some fantastic futbol, with great shape and intensity!"
On the girls side, the U13 STORM Black were finalists in the Silver Division, going 2-0-1 en-route to the championship game, where they were bested by the Red Rockets SC. Helmed from the outset by head coach Dan Bryden and assistant Craig Winninghoff, the girls laced 13 tallies into the old onion sack! The STORMers were led by Midfielder Ellie Shields and Center Back Emma Hollister.
The girls U14 STORM Black, playing in their inaugural tournament, finished in third place at 2-2-0. Goalkeeper Mari Stewart was stellar throughout, and midfielders Brady Candaele & Christine Freberg led the attack.
A big congratulations goes out to all SLOSC teams competing in the 2009 Eagles Classic, playing with pride and a true commitment to attacking futbol. Others traveling included: GU9 STORM White, GU9 STORM Red, GU10 STORM Red, BU11 FIRE Black, BU14 FIRE Black, and GU17 STORM Black.
Coast Soccer Club
Coast Soccer Club has recently undergone a transition and will not longer exist as a club. All Coast teams have joined new organizations to continue their traditions and development.
G97 (girls U12) has now joined Madrid Premier SC.For information: www.madridpremierg97.org
G96 and 95 (girls U13-14) have re-joined the Central Coast Condors SC. For information: www.cccondors.org
G94 (girls U15) has joined San Luis Obispo SC.For information: www.slosoccer.com
G93 (girls U16) has joined Santa Barbara SC.For information: www.fcsb.org
Central Coast Condors Soccer Club
The Condors U-12 boys team is looking for a hardworking, committed keeper to play in this upcoming season. Click here to learn more, or call coach Dan Horn at 801-3906.
Coastal Valley Soccer Club
Chaos made it to the Round of 16 in State Cup and ended their season with a 34-7-2 record They are currently on a break
Congratulations to Andrea Zinkowski from Madrid Premiere G90's. She will be attending Cal Poly SLO and playing soccer in the Women's Program in the Fall.
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Saturday, June 27, 2009
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