"Tennessee Soccer Club players and coaches made all of us very proud last weekend at the State Cup Championships in Murfreesboro, by winning 2 age groups and being finalists in four others. Thank you to all parents, players, coaches and club leadership for the support that you have provided these young men to make this possible. We will continue to build on our success by working hard both on and off the field." Sandy Pollock Boys director of coaching
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Maya Wright, recently returned from Port Au Prince, Haiti where she participated as a member of the US Virgin Islands U17 Women's National team in the Caribbean Football Union qualifier of the Women's U-17 FIFA World Cup Tournament. The FIFA U17 Women's World Cup Final will be hosted in Costa Rica during the spring of 2014. Through both the initial and Caribbean Football Union qualifying rounds, Maya competed in six international matches, logging 90 minutes per game, against Antigua & Barbuda, Haiti, Puerto Rico, St. Kitts-Nevis, and Trinidad & Tobago. After advancing past the initial qualifier held in August in St. Croix, USVI, her team was eliminated in Caribbean Football Union Final hosted in Haiti during September.
Cassi Voiles, a starting defender for the TSC 15 Girls Premier team (coach - Josh Severns) as well as the Centennial High School (CHS) Lady Cougar's soccer team (coach - Sandy Pollock), verbally committed earlier this Fall 2013 season to play for Trevecca Nazarene University Lady Trojans in Nashville, TN. She also plays center defensive mid for her club team and was part of the defensive effort for her team to have the lowest goals allowed of any D1 97 team at the 2013 TN D1 State Championship. She is a junior and has lettered on the CHS soccer varsity team three years to date. During the 2012-2013 season, she earned a spot on the ODP TN state pool team. She is an A/B and high honor roll student, maintaining a 3.9 GPA and participating in honors courses. She volunteers her time in the office at CHS and is a member of Habitat for Humanity, Health Organizations Students of America, and the National Technical Honor Society. Outside of school, she enjoys volunteering for various children's ministries through her church's youth group including Harvest Hands. Cassi has worked as a USSF certified soccer referee for the past five years and was invited to attend the 2013 Region III ODP Referee camp. She will graduate in 2015, plans to major in Biology at Trevecca and pursue a career in healthcare.
Brooke Steed, a member of the TSC 15 Girls Premier team, verbally committed to play for Alma College in Alma, Michigan earlier this 2013 Fall season. Brooke is a starting defender for the Centennial High School (CHS) Lady Cougar's soccer team, has lettered three years on the girls varsity soccer team, was voted defensive MVP by her team twice, served as a co-captain this year and earned a spot on the 2013 District 11-AAA All District Team. Brooke's high school coach is TSC's own Sandy Pollock and her TSC club coach is Josh Severns. She is a starting defender for TSC 15 Girls Premier and served as the 2012-2013 TSC Team Captain. She was part of the defensive effort that allowed the lowest goals scored of any D1 97 team at the 2013 TN D1 State Championship. Brooke is an A/B honor roll student, is currently a senior at CHS and will graduate in 2014. She plans to study Psychology, Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement or Physical Training at Alma College.
After impressing the National Team coaching staff at the U14 National Team camp, Tennessee SC 16's Karlie Paschall has been called up to the U15 National Team camp starting October 5th. She is one of 26 players in the US to be identified for this the US Soccer National Team Training Center Event. US U17 Women's National Team Coach BJ will be at the event to scout potential call-ups and for the next U17 cycle.
Karlie will also return to Carson, CA in November for another National Team event. Good luck Karlie as you represent Tennessee SC and Tennessee Soccer!
Tennessee SC 16's Karlie Paschall impressed the coaching staff at the U14 National Team Training event enough to be invited to join the U15 National Team this October in Carson, CA. Karlie takes off October 5th for another weekend event at the US Soccer National Training Center in California. Karlie will return to Cali for another training event in November, racking up the frequent flyer miles this fall!
The U17 Women's National Team coach BJ Snow will be on hand to scout for potential call-ups and to evaluate for the next U17 cycle.
Good luck to Karlie as she represents Tennessee Soccer Club and Tennessee Soccer!
On Saturday October 14, we had our second Tennessee Soccer Club Academy day at Tower Park and it was a huge success once again!
As you can see from the pictures it was a huge turnout, the environment was great with tons of interaction and lots of soccer activities for all the boys.
We are very proud to announce that current U17 Tennessee Soccer club player Tanner Dieterich has been invited to participate in the U17 Men's National Team Residency Program in Bradenton, FL. Tanner will reside at the IMG Academies where US Soccer houses the residency program. He is among 30 other players from around the United States who will live together, go to school together, train together, and play matches together for this Fall semester. The goal is to prepare these players for the next U17 World Cup in 2015. Please join us in congratulating Tanner on such a fantastic achievement. Tanner currently plays on our U17 boys team coached by Bryan Johnson.
Callie McKinney earned U15 Girls MVP Award while Jessie Harvey earned the Golden Gloves Award at Southern Regionals Tournament. Their Team won the Tournament and will again advance to the National Tournament
After beating the North Texas Champs, 4-0, in the Semifinals, a team which had not given up a single goal until then, Tennessee SC 16 went on to beat a good Tampa Bay United 97, 3-1, in the Final.