Ladies & Gentleman: UYSA's Administrator of the Year 2014
Dr. Bob Taylor, Wasatch Soccer Club President, will be receiving this award at the Annual General Meeting for UYSA next Friday night, March 7, at 7:00pm.
Academy Cleat Exchange
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Wasatch RSL Night at Rio Tinto
All WSC Players Featured on the Field - Buy Your Tickets NOW!
Please join us for a Wasatch SC Night at the 2014 Home Opener, Saturday, March 22nd at 2pm when RSL takes on Landon Donovan, Robbie Keane, Omar Gonzalez and the LA Galaxy. EVERY player from the club will be featured on the field at the match – please wear your blue Wasatch jersey to represent Wasatch Soccer Club. Because this is a premium match, we will be offering all players/families/friends a special discount offer of $21/ticket (Reg. $30). UYSA has cleared the youth soccer schedule for the RSL match so there won’t be any conflicts.
Wasatch Soccer Classic 2014 Registration Now Open!!!
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Bob Taylor & Aaron Fritz
Coach Donates Painting to Club
Presents it to Club President During January Coaches Meeting
Long time coach and Wasatch SC supporter, Aaron Fritz unleashed his artistic madness last month when he self-commissioned a painting with the purpose of donating it to the club. “Could you give me a few action shots to look through?” is all heasked and a short time later he had created an amazing piece. Who’s the girl in his painting?
Her name is Adrianna Owen, one of our own U13 players from the Wasatch Fury team and the picture above is the exact picture used by Aaron. Interestingly enough, The Standard-Examiner wrote an article on this as well, click on the link here to read their article in full.
Aaron’s painting…scratch that…Wasatch SC’s new painting by the extraordinary Aaron Fritz will permanently hang at our home office of Wasatch Soccer Club. If you’d like to see it in person, you can see it currently at our winter training location, The Pitch.
Want to know more about the extraordinary art of Aaron Fritz? Visit: aaronfritzart.com.
Took Gold in a Flash
Competitors in Top Division of Tournament
Wasatch Flash LS won 1st place in the Gold Division at the 2014 Presidents Cup in Mesquite. They were undefeated with only two goals scored on them the entire tournament. They won a hard fought game in overtime to win the championship! We are so proud of the girls and the skills they showed in this tournament! Go Flash!
United Wins Gold in Bronze Division
Defense Shined with Zero Goals Allowed
Congratulations Wasatch United, 1st place winners in the Bronze division at President’s Cup! The U11 team stepped up their game on all sides of the ball for the Presidents Cup and the parent support was amazing. The defense didn't allow a single goal in the three games while the offense found the back of the net seven times. As a coach it was a thrill to watch the girls playing with skill, style and finesse against some tough teams. Coach Tom More says: “I’m not sure whether the girls play better together on or off the field, in either case it's fun to watch them be United.”
Can You Design A New Tournament Logo?
Design Contest! Best Design Wins! You Can Vote Too!
Our 2014 Wasatch Classic needs a fresh new design as we prepare for even more teams to participate in this year’s tournament. T-shirts, banners, ribbons – the logo is literally on EVERYTHING for the tournament and you could be the one to design it! But not just design it – choose it! That’s right – we want you to vote for your favorite design and the most votes – wins!
Here is a link to a cool website where you can either submit your design, or vote for your favorite design, or do both! Why not do both?
You don’t have to be professional designer to do this, just lots of creativity. Hey…you can even sketch something on a paper. If you win you’ll get serious bragging rights, tons of design exposure and $30.
Wasatch SC Fury U14 boys coached by Joel Ferre repeated for the second time as UYSA President's Cup champions. The team conceded only two goals in five tournament games, while scoring 19. It took two extra periods in the final to crown a champion, but Eric Morris earned a penalty kick and then converted to give Fury the win. The team won despite suffering several injuries during the tournament, struggling through some sickness, and playing against a very strong St. George team. The team looks forward again to competing in Regional’s in California this June.