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Action Concludes and Winners Crowned at 2022 US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Championships in Murfreesboro, TN

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Action Concludes and Winners Crowned at 2022 US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Championships in Murfreesboro, TN

 

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MURFREESBORO, Tennessee (June 30, 2022) - More than 230 teams competed at the 2022 US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Championships at the Richard Siegel Soccer Complex and Stones River Rotary Soccer Park in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, this week. 

 

Roughly 590 people were on hand as the teams competed for a spot at the US Youth Soccer National Championships at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, later this summer. 

 

Florida led the field with five teams being crowned champions with South Texas close behind with three. North Texas and Tennessee finished with two, while North Carolina and Louisiana both had one. 

 

Southern Regional Champions 

Boys 13U – Imperial Soccer Club 09 (STX) 

Girls 13U – Solar Soccer Club 10 Grado (NTX) 

Boys 14U – ASMBF Miami Breakers FC 08 Black (FL) 

Girls 14U – ANBRY SABR Team Boca 08 White (FL) 

Boys 15U – BVB International Academy Texas 07 B Yellow (NTX) 

Girls 15U – FC Westlake 07 Elite (STX) 

Boys 16U – Weston FC 06 Elite Reserves (FL) 

Girls 16U – Wilson Youth SA 06 Explosion (NC) 

Boys 17U – Inwood SC Texas Nemesis 05 (STX) 

Girls 17U – Lobos Rush 05 Premier (TN) 

Boys 18U – Juventus Academy Miami Juventus-Zidane (FL) 

Girls 18U – ANBRY SABR Team Boca 04 White (FL) 

Boys 19U – Nashville United Soccer Academy 03 Maroon (TN) 

Girls 19U – Baton Rouge SC 03 Black (LA) 

 

John Sintic, head coach of Nashville United Soccer Academy 03 Maroon (TN), was proud of the determination that his team showed this weekend, earning a spot at the National Championships in Disney. NUSA picked up six wins and only allowed one goal over the weekend, highlighted by a dominating 5-0 a Florida team for the championship title. In their season so far, they haven’t lost a single game making their record 30-0, with only allowing the one goal in the final game. 

 

"Once you get out of the state and into the region,” said Coach John Sintic “you get into some very, very good and experienced clubs that are extremely well-coached. Going through this tournament, you get to learn a lot of valuable lessons.” 

 

NUSA player, Malachi Jones, also described what he and his team are looking to prove at the National Championships in Orlando, Florida later this summer. 

 

“As we continue to play together,” said Malachi Jones, “we continue to play better and I think that showed out here today. We came out here and wanted it.” 

 

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Notes on some of the Southern Regional Champions: 

 

13U Boys 

Both Imperial Soccer Club 09 (STX) and ASMBF Miami Breakers FC 09 Black (FL), had a tough time keeping each other out of the box and into the net. With the ball going back and forth, Imperial had a hard-fought battle to take the championship title with their 3-2 win against Miami Breakers. Check out the interview with Imperial on USYS YouTube. 

 

13U Girls 

Both Solar Soccer Club 10 Grado (NTX) and Sting Soccer Club 09 Powell (NTX), had a tough time keeping each other out of the box and into the net. With the game tied at 1-1 at the 90-minute whistle, they went into double overtime to see who would come out on top. Solar had a hard-fought battle to take the championship title with their 2-1 win against Sting. 

 

14U Boys 

ASMBF Miami Breakers FC 08 Black (FL) came out hungry for a championship win. Miami’s defense kept their opponent, Germantown Legends 08 Black (TN), from scoring a single goal in the entire 90 minutes, Miami Breakers had a relatively easy 2-0 win regardless of the Tennesse heat and humidity. 

 

14U Girls 

ANBRY SABR Team Boca 08 White (FL) came out hungry for a championship win. With their opponent, Brandon Futbol Club 08 Premier (MS), not scoring a single goal in the entire 90 minutes, Team Boca had a relatively easy 1-0 win regardless of the Tennesse heat and surprise rain that hit during the second half. 

 

15U Boys 

BVB International Academy Texas 07 B Yellow (NTX) came out hungry for a championship win. With their opponent, ASTRP Tropical Soccer FC Prime: Elite 07 (FL), not scoring a single goal in the entire 90 minutes, BVB had a relatively easy 1-0 win regardless of the Tennesse heat and humidity. 

 

15U Girls 

FC Westlake 07 Elite (STX) came out hungry for a championship win. Westlake’s defense kept their opponent, Sting Louisiana 07 Robichaux (LA), from scoring a single goal in the entire 90 minutes. Westlake’s offense managed to hit the back of the net 3 times before the final whistle making it a relatively easy 3-0 win, regardless of the Tennesse heat and humidity. 

 

16U Boys 

Weston FC 06 Elite Reserves (FL) came out hungry for a championship win. Weston’s defense kept their opponent, Baton Rouge SC 06 Black (LA), from scoring a single goal in the entire 90 minutes, Miami Breakers had a relatively easy 2-0 win regardless of the Tennesse heat and surprise rain that hit during the second half. 

 

16U Girls 

Both Wilson Youth SA 06 Explosion (NC) and MS Futbol Club MS Rush United 06 Premier (MS), had a tough time keeping each other out of the box and into the net. With the ball going back and forth, Wilson Explosion had a hard-fought battle to take the championship title with their 3-2 win against MS Rush. Check out the interview with Wilson Explosion on USYS YouTube. 

 

17U Boys 

Inwood SC Texas Nemesis 05 (STX) went leg to leg with DKSC 05 Carrillo (NTX) as they went into the second half tied 1-1. They had a great battle in the second half, as both teams worked hard to keep each other from the goal. Nemesis’ offense was unstoppable and took it to the net to bring their team up 2-1 before the final whistle blew. 

 

17U Girls 

Both Lobos Rush 05 Premier (TN) and Gulf Coast Texans SC 05 (FL), had a tough time keeping each other out of the box and into the net. With the ball going back and forth, Lobos had a hard-fought battle to take the championship title with their 2-1 win against Gulf Coast. 

 

18U Boys 

Juventus Academy Miami Juventus-Zidane (FL) went leg to leg with Germantown Legends 04 Black NL (TN). They had a great battle in the second half, as both teams worked hard to keep each other from the goal. Unfortunately, Legends couldn’t hold Juventus’s offense as they took it to the net twice to bring their team up 3-1 before the final whistle blew. 

 

18U Girls 

Both ANBRY SABR Team Boca 04 White (FL) and Tennessee SC Murfreesboro 04 Showcase (TN), had a tough time keeping each other out of the box and into the net. With the ball going back and forth, Team Boca had a hard-fought battle to take the championship title with a last-minute goal, they managed to take the 1-0 win against the local team, Tennessee SC. Check out the interview with Team Boca on USYS YouTube. 

 

19U Boys 

Nashville United Soccer Academy 03 Maroon (TN) came to dominate their opponent, ASSMF Strikers Miami FC Elite 03 (FL) for the championship title. NUSA’s defense only allowed one goal and their offense was unstoppable as they took it to the net five times to bring their team up 5-1 before the final whistle blew. Check out the interview with NUSA on USYS YouTube. 

 

19U Girls 

Baton Rouge SC 03 Black (LA) came out hungry for a championship win. Baton Rouge’s defense kept their opponent, Houston Dynamo Dash YSC Beaumont 03 (STX), from scoring a single goal in the entire 90 minutes. Baton Rouge had a relatively easy 2-0 win regardless of the Tennesse heat and humidity. 

 

The US Youth Soccer National Championships consists of regional champions in the 13U-19U Boys and Girls age groups, as well as the National League qualifiers in the 14U-19U Boys and Girls age groups. 

The US Youth Soccer National Championships will be held from July 19-24 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. 

 

Follow along the road to the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series and share your moments with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using #ROADtoFL! 

 

More on the US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Championships is available here. 

 

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About the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series 

The US Youth Soccer (USYS) National Championship Series provides more than 10,000 teams from USYS’s 54 State Associations the opportunity to showcase their abilities against the best in the nation, while emphasizing teamwork, discipline, and fair play. The yearlong competition begins with over 185,000 players in the USYS State Championships. State champions, along with selected representatives from the USYS National League Conferences, advance to compete in one of four USYS Regional Championships. In each gender age group, the four USYS Regional Champions, along with 12 qualifiers from USYS National League P.R.O. in the 14U-19U age groups, compete for the ultimate crown at the USYS National Championships. Overall, the USYS National Championship Series provides the nation’s top collegiate coaches with the premier stage to identify and scout the most coveted players in the country. For more information, visit https://www.usyouthsoccer.org/national-championship-series/. 

 

About the United States Youth Soccer Association (US Youth Soccer) 

US Youth Soccer, the largest youth sport organization in the country, is on a mission to provide world-class support, resources, and leadership, helping every member fulfill their goals on and off the field of play. US Youth Soccer registers nearly 2.5 million players annually. Through its programming, resources and leadership, US Youth Soccer is advancing the game for its 54 Member State Associations, 10,000 clubs and leagues and nearly 1 million administrators, coaches, and volunteers. US Youth Soccer connects families and communities to the power of sports and its shared love of soccer. US Youth Soccer provides a path for every player, offering programs that provide a fun, safe and healthy environment for players at every level of the game. 

 

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