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Congratulations to KHA Girls U16 Red!

The 16 girls traveled this past weekend to Las Vegas for the season finale of the National league games.  The national league is comprised of the top 16 teams in the country.  The top 2 teams in each group get an automatic bid into the national championships in July.

Coming into the weekend the girls were in third place behind Beach FC (Cal South) and opened up play against them on Friday.  KHA started the scoring on a free kick delivered by Payton Black to Sophie Gorman, who scored the header.  A great defensive effort by the whole team got the girls the 1-0 win, to move into second place in the group.

The next day, the game didn’t get any easier facing the national semi-finalist Pride Predators (Colorado).  KHA opened the scoring quickly as Ally Brown delivered a great cross to Sarah Schuh for a first time finish one minute and fifteen seconds into the game.  The girls continued to battle the 80-degree temperatures and stay strong defensively, but gave up a late goal off a set piece as the game ended in a 1-1 tie.

The last and final day we competed against the Syracuse Development Academy (NY West).  Going into the game KHA needed to win and get some help from Pride Predators in the other game against Beach FC.  Both games being played right next to each other made for an intense environment.  The girls beat Syracuse DA 4-3, with goals from Jess DeJesus, Sarah Schuh, Sophie Gorman, and Payton Black!  Pride Predators came through to tie Beach FC and the KHA girls finished second in the group.

The team will now compete in Oklahoma July 21-26 for a National Championship.  Best of luck to the KHA Girls U16 Red!

Congratulations to KHA Girls U16 Red!

The 16 girls traveled this past weekend to Las Vegas for the season finale of the National league games.  The national league is comprised of the top 16 teams in the country.  The top 2 teams in each group get an automatic bid into the national championships in July.

Coming into the weekend the girls were in third place behind Beach FC (Cal South) and opened up play against them on Friday.  KHA started the scoring on a free kick delivered by Payton Black to Sophie Gorman, who scored the header.  A great defensive effort by the whole team got the girls the 1-0 win, to move into second place in the group.

The next day, the game didn’t get any easier facing the national semi-finalist Pride Predators (Colorado).  KHA opened the scoring quickly as Ally Brown delivered a great cross to Sarah Schuh for a first time finish one minute and fifteen seconds into the game.  The girls continued to battle the 80-degree temperatures and stay strong defensively, but gave up a late goal off a set piece as the game ended in a 1-1 tie.

The last and final day we competed against the Syracuse Development Academy (NY West).  Going into the game KHA needed to win and get some help from Pride Predators in the other game against Beach FC.  Both games being played right next to each other made for an intense environment.  The girls beat Syracuse DA 4-3, with goals from Jess DeJesus, Sarah Schuh, Sophie Gorman, and Payton Black!  Pride Predators came through to tie Beach FC and the KHA girls finished second in the group.

The team will now compete in Oklahoma July 21-26 for a National Championship.  Best of luck to the KHA Girls U16 Red!

Registration Open for FC Barcelona Camp

FC Barcelona revealed on Monday that the FC Barcelona Soccer Camp will come to Cincinnati this summer. The camp will be from July 20th to July 24th at Town & Country Sports Complex, home of Kings Hammer. Boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 16 will have the opportunity to learn the same successful methodologies where players such as Messi, Iniesta, or Xavi emerged from.

Official coaches from FC Barcelona will come exclusively to Cincinnati, OH to conduct all the training sessions. The training program at the FC Barcelona Soccer Camp is deisgned for players to improve in all aspects of the game, including technical, tactical and psychological. This hands on approach requires that the number of players is limited.

FC Barcelona Youth Academy is one of the most renowned academies in the world. From a young age, the players are taught the values and techniques of the Barca style. A group of selected players will be invited to train in Barcelona at FC Barcelona Headquarters.

USE THE KINGS HAMMER EXCLUSIVE PROMO CODE TO REGISTER (FCBKING)

-More info and registration at: www.fcbarcelonaus.com

Congrats Seniors!

We would like to congratulate all of our seniors who signed yesterday to play soccer at their respective universities! Good luck in your next step as a college athlete!

GIRLS

Payton Atkins- University of Kentucky
Lauren Nemeroff- University of Kentucky
Bayley Feist- Wake Forest
Makenna Lavatori- Morehead
Haley Best- Morehead
Madison Baumgardner- Wake Forest
Kelly Polacek- Indiana State
Brittany Mahoney- Kent State
Michelle Washburn- Morehead
Samantha Damante- Morehead
Patrice Dipasquale- Davidson
Christy McCullah- Urbana
Lauren Rice- Wisconsin- Milwaukee
Mandy Arnzen- Ohio University
Briana Frondorf- Northern Kentucky
Rachel Holloway- University of Cincinnati
Lauren Duggins- Georgetown College
Taylor Vaughn- Wittenberg
Emile Anderson- Georgetown College
Mackenzie Back- Muskingum
Carolyn Bertsch- Pikeville
Bryana Schroers- Pikeville
Angie Kerth- Urbana
Sydney Newport- Mississippi Valley State
Brenna Damico- Transylvania
Katie Murray- Illinois University


BOYS

Jack Burg- University of Findlay
Austin Langen- Franklin University
Andrew Phelps- Mt. St. Joseph University

Additional Boys College Signings to come

Congratulations to Sarah Wampler for being invited to the ODP Girls National Training Camp!

Congratulations to Sarah Wampler for being invited to the ODP Girls National Training Camp in Florida on Jan 22-27. More than 200 top athletes have been selected across 3 age groups.

Training will be led by U.S. Soccer Staff Coach and Marantha Baptist University Coach, Jeff Pill, who has over 40 years of experience in the sport and has worked with the Women’s National Teams at both the youth and senior levels. Numerous college coaches are set to attend the National Training Camp throughout the week, as well as U.S. Soccer scouts including U.S. Soccer Technical Director April Heinrichs.

The Girls National Training Camp focuses on highlighting players’ individual talents as well as providing them with new tools and ideas through challenging daytime training and small-sided games. Players will have the opportunity to work alongside some of the nation’s top coaches to enhance their problem solving skills within the game, and further their technical and tactical abilities.

US Youth Soccer ODP has continued its tradition of elite competition and player development for more than 35 years, and is the only development program that can claim members of Major League Soccer, the National Women’s Soccer League, and a majority of current and past national and youth national team members as alumni. US Youth Soccer ODP is the nation's original player identification program, and with programs in all 55 US Youth Soccer State Associations, is available to any player, regardless of hometown or club affiliation. To learn more, visit  http://www.usyouthsoccer.org/programs/OlympicDevelopmentProgram/.

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Kings Hammer U17 Red Capture Disney Soccer Showcase

The Kings Hammer Academy U17 Boy's Red team travelled to Orlando Fl to compete in the Disney Soccer Showcase December 27-30. The team finished with 3 wins and a draw to capture their second consecutive Disney Showcase Championship defeating Indiana Fire JR's 2-1 in the final. The team gave up 1 goal in 360 minutes of play and has now only given up 1 goal in the last two trips to Disney. Congrats on a solid performance.

Kings Hammer and NSCAA Partner!

We are pleased to announce that the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and Kings Hammer Soccer Club are entering into a Member Club partnership to offer the club's coaches a variety of benefits provided by the NSCAA!

 

"Kings Hammer Soccer Club is excited to partner with the NSCAA through the Member Club Program," said Dave McIver, Men's Executive Director. "This will provide our coaches and staff additional access to educational opportunities as well as other benefits that will positively impact the club. We are looking forward to working with the NSCAA and the Member Club Program."

Kings Hammer coaches will receive a $15.00 discount on individual membership with the NSCAA.  Individual membership benefits include:

  • Subscription to the Soccer Journal, the official publication of the NSCAA which includes session plans, articles, and interviews

It is easy to renew or sign up for individual membership; all you have to do is click here and use the promo code HAMMER2014 to receive your discount!
 

Kings Hammer coaches will also receive a 10% discount on any NSCAA event registration.  This includes the 2014 Summer Symposium and the 2015 NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia, PA.  

Summer Symposium Promo Code: MCSS2014

Promo Code: HAMMER2014

Join or Renew Now!

Kings Hammer coaches will also have access to a club session template provided by Academy Soccer Coach.  This template allows you to create drills for your practices and coaching activities.  To utilize this template, please contact your Member Club representative Dave McIver for the login information.

 

If you have any questions regarding the NSCAA or NSCAA individual membership please contact Andrew McGinnis at (913) 362-1747 Ext: 1029 or amcginnis@nscaa.com

It is always nice to hear good feedback from our opponents especially respected clubs within the area:
 
"I am a parent of one of the girls on a Kolping team, and I just wanted to tell you that I have never seen better coached group of girls of that age ever. I was very impressed with your team, and I think sometimes people should be congratulated on a job well done. My daughter was so lost during the game she didn’t know which way to look. She is usually the scorer of the team and she was flat out intimidated."
 
"I want to let you know how impressed I was with your team’s passing today. Your girls passed the ball all over the field and did an excellent job finding open space without the ball. I have never seen a team at this age level pass the ball back to the defense on a kick off and I was very impressed. I preach passing and moving without the ball to my girls and they saw first hand today how passing can really make a difference. Those girls have a bright future if they continue their superb passing."
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