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GU10 A Team - Zahajko
GU11 A Team - Croft
GU11 B Team - Armstrong
GU12 A Team - Hultin
GU12 B Team - Morgan
GU13 A Team - Reiter
GU13 B Team - Antoniuk
GU14 A Team - Reiter
GU14 B Team - Matsushita
GU15 A Team - Schumacher/Greig
GU15 B Team - Armstrong
GU16 A Team - Hultin
GU16 B Team - Ross
GU17 A Team - Mitalas
GU18 A Team - Hultin

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FC Alliance Premier Girls Teams 2013-2014

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Age Name Coach RCL Division Manager
GU10  FC Alliance G03 Dev A  Alex Zahajko  RCL  Jennifer Sohn
GU10  FC Alliance G03 Dev B  Jorge Barrera  RCL  Gelene Legault
GU10  FC Alliance G03 Dev C  Emma Stolz  RCL  Stacey Thorkildsen
GU11  FC Alliance G02 A  Andrew Croft  RCL  Lisa Barker
GU11  FC Alliance G02 B  Miranda Armstrong   RCL  Staci Steffy
GU12  FC Alliance G01 A   Katie Hultin  RCL Div  Susan Chriest
GU12  FC Alliance G01 B ( six month program )  Kimberly Morgan  RCL  Joan Carro
GU13  FC Alliance G00 A  M’ily Reiter  RCL Div  Ryan Leland
GU13  FC Alliance G00 B   Walt Antoniuk  RCL Div  Joe Tomas
GU14  FC Alliance G99 A    M’ily Reiter  RCL Div  Andrea Matlick
GU14  FC Alliance G99 B  Jon Matsushita  RCL Div  Nathan Hood
GU15  FC Alliance G98 A  Dave Schumacher  RCL Div  Pam Bell
GU16  FC Alliance G97 A  Katie Hultin  RCL Div  Lisa Barker
GU16  FC Alliance G97 B  Robin Ross  RCL Div  Renee Deboodt
GU17  FC Alliance G96 A  Brandon Mitalas  RCL Div  Carol Bradenburg
GU19  FC Alliance G94 A  Katie Hultin  RCL Div  Cherry Pickering

 

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On this new soccer blog, developed just for FC Alliance by Associate Coaching Director Katie Hultin, you’ll find lots of cool videos, interactive conversations, and brilliant articles, that will help YOU take ownership of your soccer development.  Check it out today -- let us know what you think.

Have you practiced your FAST FOOTWORK today?
Coaches Jorge and Robin made some great technical videos for all players to watch and learn from at http://www.youtube.com/user/NorthshoreCoaches/feed?feature=context-chaPractice at home and see GREAT RESULTS - GUARANTEED !

FC Alliance Premier Girls Teams
Unique Coaching Objectives for Every Age Bracket

Teams at FC Alliance have coaching objectives developed specifcially for every age group.  Click HERE to read more.

Questions?  Email Technical Director, Dave Schumacher at dschumacher@fcalliance.net 

FC Alliance Premier Girls Teams 2013-2014

To email the Coach or Manager, click on their name.

Age Name Coach RCL Division Manager
GU10  FC Alliance G03 Dev A  Alex Zahajko  RCL  Jennifer Sohn
GU10  FC Alliance G03 Dev B  Jorge Barrera  RCL  Gelene Legault
GU10  FC Alliance G03 Dev C  Emma Stolz  RCL  Stacey Thorkildsen
GU11  FC Alliance G02 A  Andrew Croft  RCL  Lisa Barker
GU11  FC Alliance G02 B  Miranda Armstrong   RCL  Staci Steffy
GU12  FC Alliance G01 A   Katie Hultin  RCL Div  Susan Chriest
GU12  FC Alliance G01 B ( six month program )  Kimberly Morgan  RCL  Joan Carro
GU13  FC Alliance G00 A  M’ily Reiter  RCL Div  Ryan Leland
GU13  FC Alliance G00 B   Walt Antoniuk  RCL Div  Joe Tomas
GU14  FC Alliance G99 A    M’ily Reiter  RCL Div  Andrea Matlick
GU14  FC Alliance G99 B  Jon Matsushita  RCL Div  Nathan Hood
GU15  FC Alliance G98 A  Dave Schumacher  RCL Div  Pam Bell
GU16  FC Alliance G97 A  Katie Hultin  RCL Div  Lisa Barker
GU16  FC Alliance G97 B  Robin Ross  RCL Div  Renee Deboodt
GU17  FC Alliance G96 A  Brandon Mitalas  RCL Div  Carol Bradenburg
GU19  FC Alliance G94 A  Katie Hultin  RCL Div  Cherry Pickering

 

2011-2012 Female Player of the Year: Janie Reid

From Janie’s dad, Tom: Janie started playing soccer at Northshore Youth Soccer Association when she was in kindergarten.  She continued to play on NYSA recreational teams until she was eleven, when she moved to the NSC Ultimatum, where she played for two years. At the end of her second season with the Ultimatum (they were playing in the Fall then), she still wanted to play more soccer, so she went on to play with FC Alliance G95 White Team, being a guest player in the State Cup tournament. This is her third season with the FCA G95 Gold Team. Janie also plays for Inglemoor High School. 

 

From Girls Teams Coaching Director Hultin:  The first time I saw Janie it was at tryouts, and I noticed a few things. One was work ethic: she had an incredible work ethic; the other was speed; she was so fast; and three was her passion for the game. You could see it in her face, see it in her work ethic, see it in her whole body -- it was awesome.
 When I took Janie on her first year she really developed. She became a very good player. Then Janie was faced with a devastating loss -- she lost her mother. At that point in time she had a choice to leave soccer or make it a bigger part of her life – and, boy, did she! Janie is so passionate about the sport. She makes her mother proud every day, I know it. 
Janie has taken true ownership of her abilities and she is always working: when she is not on the training field with me, she’s training on her own:  running, practicing with other coaches. She’s an incredible worker, always has a smile on her face, is a great leader, and an incredible athlete. I couldn’t be prouder of the player she has become. It is such a special thing to work with such a special athlete and person, and I can’t wait to see her develop into a great soccer player and an incredible young woman. Congratulations Janie, I am very proud of you.

 

Janie says, “I would like to thank my many coaches: M’ily Reiter; Jeff Renkert; Jeremy Bowdish; Curt Renfrow; Jeff Adams and especially Katie Hultin; as well my wonderful team mates and their parents who have offered their support and friendship both on the field and in my  personal life.”
2010-2011 Female Player of the Year: Alyssa Drew

Alyssa played with NYSA since she was 5 years old – the last 7 years with FCA, where she was voted team captain for 3 years. At Monroe High School, Alyssa received numerous soccer honors, including the 2011 coaches’ All State team. She exemplifies the highest standards in her academics, taking Advanced Placement and honors classes, earning a very high grade point average. Alyssa will attend the University of Washington.

“Alyssa Drew is an outstanding individual whom I have had the privilege to coach as a student athlete. I have always been inspired by Alyssa’s dedication to a successful athletic career, her family and her community. She is a young woman who possesses strong principles with an intense desire to succeed in whatever she undertakes. Her commitment, enthusiasm and confidence have given her the tools to become an accomplished student and talented soccer player. I feel that she is well deserving of this award and I am very proud of her.“       ~  Alyssa’s GU18 Gold team coach, Michael Duncan

 


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