END OF AN ERA…FOR CRUMB RUBBER – Anthony DiCicco – Medium

We have a new USSF President. A renewed lease on the future of American soccer, where should we start? With the fields.

Source: END OF AN ERA…FOR CRUMB RUBBER – Anthony DiCicco – Medium

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Sunway Soccer Complex will go through new developments

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) On Tuesday, the Parks and Recreation Commission met to discuss future developments for the Sunway Soccer Complex master plan.

In October, the commissioners discussed future priorities and amenities that would improve the complex. With organizations wanting to donate for the development, Parks and Recreation Director Wendy Davis explained the new updates on the plan.

“I was approached by First Federal, and they wanted to do something to honor Alan Horner and his contribution to the community, and we floated out different ideas,” Davis said.

Source: Sunway Soccer Complex will go through new developments

Vandals Soccer Adds Seven

MOSCOW, Idaho – Idaho soccer coach Derek Pittman and his staff have been hard at work, filling out an already solid roster with some of the top up-and-coming talent in the region and in the country.  The Vandals added seven new athletes on National Signing Day, to go along with two midyear additions.

“Our program continues to improve with each recruiting class our staff brings in and our 2018 class is no different,” said Pittman. “We are very excited to finally have these talented players officially joining our Vandal Soccer team and feel that each of them will prove to be quality additions to our roster for the coming fall season.”

Source: @VandalsSoccer Adds Seven

Bronco Soccer Inks Eight

Head coach Jim Thomas and the Boise State soccer team signed eight newcomers Wednesday

Source: Bronco Soccer Inks Eight

BOISE, Idaho – Head coach Jim Thomas announced the signing of seven incoming freshmen and one transfer for the 2018 season, joining the two early signees: Macie Nelson and Kennedi Paul. The class includes athletes from five different states (Alaska, California, Idaho, Oregon and Washington), which also contains four local Treasure Valley signees.

Boise State welcomes: McKenzie Cooper (Lake Elsinore, Calif.; Temescal Canyon HS), Piper Flannery (Bend, Ore.; Summit HS), Kendyl Hedberg (Everett, Wash.; Mariner HS), Julia Lewis (Boise, Idaho; Boise HS), Sarah Nehring (Lake Stevens, Wash.; Kamiak HS), Kiara Simpson (Fairbanks, Alaska; West Valley HS), Sydney Smith (Caldwell, Idaho; Caldwell HS) and Raven Sweeney (Corona, Calif.; Washington State).

Highland’s Cassidee Whitehead begins new journey at TVCC

POCATELLO – The room seemed to close in on Cassidee Whitehead as she prepared to sign.

Source: Local recruiting: Highland’s Cassidee Whitehead begins new journey at TVCC

Dozens of teammates, family members and friends gathered around Whitehead, cramming when they had to, to watch her sign her National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Treasure Valley Community College during a ceremony Wednesday at Highland High School.

adidas Soccer reveals new Cold Blooded Collection

Portland, Ore., January 25, 2017 – adidas Soccer has today completed the launch of the new Cold Blooded collection after the brand unveiled its updated COPA 18.1 silhouette on Jan. 15. In addition to the new COPA, the Cold Blooded collection features the first new colorway of the re-released Predator 18+, as well as updated colorways of the NEMEZIZ 17+ 360 AGILITY and the X17+ 360 SPEED franchises.

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Lily Fitzgerald, Times-News girls soccer player of the year, had a record-setting season

Low roller. Upper-ninety. Chip shot.

You name a way to score, and Lily Fitzgerald has probably pulled it off.

The forward for the Community School girls soccer team broke the school’s scoring record this past fall when she passed the 115-goal mark, ending the season with 123 career goals.

But she’s not finished yet. She still has another year left with the Cutthroats.

Source: Lily Fitzgerald, Times-News girls soccer player of the year, had a record-setting season

 

Boise Cutthroats knocked out at Nationals; OC Invicta wins Fall Title

The Boise Cutthroats hopes of winning the Fall Season UPSL national title ended with a 3-1 loss to Santa Ana Winds FC on January 13 in California. The Winds took a 3-0 lead before a late Boise FC strike made it a 3-1 final.

The Winds went on to the Championship match, but then they fell to OC Invicta FC by a score of 3-2 on Sunday night, January 14.

Refugee soccer tournament comes to Rexburg | BYU-I Scroll

REXBURG, ID— Students from BYU-Idaho come together to play in a soccer tournament with refugees from Twin Falls. “We have been working with the refugees all semester, and they really love to play soccer,” said Ashley Haymore, a senior studying exercise physiology. “We had a game in Twin Falls and then decided to have a game here in Rexburg. This was a really great turn out.”

Source: Refugee soccer tournament comes to Rexburg – BYU-I Scroll

 

Job Opening: Portland Community College Women’s Soccer Head Coach

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Portland Community College is seeking a Head Coach for the Women’s Soccer Program, based out of the beautiful Rock Creek Campus.  

panther_color-200pxThis part-time position reports to the Director of Athletics and works with campus departments, and athletic commissioners to ensure compliance with all NWAC rules. The program is seeking a coach with a history of winning records, and producing academically successful student athletes.

The part-time position reports to the Director of Athletics and receives a stipend of ($6,000).  This position closes on Friday, February 2, 2018.

View full job description and application information.

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