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March 2017 - As the 2008 age group enters their second year of travel soccer, it is an exciting time. We expect the core of our age group to consist of players coming from our Director’s Development Program, a progressive curriculum led by our Director of Coaching, Andy Wilkes. Under Andy’s guidance development of individual skills, confidence, and a love of the game are emphasized over winning. Starting at an early age, players are able to gain a unique understanding of the game through equal playing time and at every position.
November 2016 It was a chilly and blustery Fall afternoon in Radnor, as the Wolverines wound down their season in Central League Tier 1. Our boys came from behind to earn a 3-3 tie against the Samba in a game that was a blast to watch! After having gone 7-3-8 for their first travel season in mixed divisional play in Central League, it was bittersweet to have things coming to an end. Coupled with tournament play, it was a fun and busy season with Tier 1 providing challenge, and Tier 3 fostering development. But there’s always Winter Academy with Coach Andy to look forward to after the break!
September 3, 2016 Let’s hear it for our 2008 boys, going undefeated and winning their division at this year’s Al Perlini Memorial Tournament! Our boys started the morning strong with gutsy victories over Delaware Union (5-4) and CHYSC (4-3). During a well deserved break the boys showed off their patches, shared some laughes, and dodged bees (Yikes!). It was back to the pitch with a tighter defense and a red hot offense in the afternoon, with a 6-2 win over PA Rush. That left the final matchup against Boyertown SC Union. With the score knotted at the half 2-2, fantastic play from our keeper held the Union in check, as MUSC put it away with a 5-2 victory! This was a great way for the kids to cap off a fun tournament season, before kicking off their first travel season. Great work, boys!