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Scoreboard... check back when you can back up your internet stupid.
Sadly when your objective is racking up airline miles that's not a scoreboard. Check one, two....drop
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Facts are CU is best option in Oregon and it is pretty clear.

Travel is much nicer going first class. Jus sayin
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Sadly when your objective is racking up airline miles that's not a scoreboard. Check one, two....drop
It is time for you to catch up. Top soccer is no longer played in local leagues. Get over it...
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Sigh.

In the 03 age group, there's really only one local girl who is NT quality. She happens to play for CU. She wasn't called up. What does that mean?

By itself, nothing. Often times, YNT camps have a different set of players every time, as the coaches want to bring in a lot of prospects. The current camp is not necessarily the "top 32 girls" according to US Soccer. Her absence is not necessarily either a snub, nor proof she doesn't rate.

What does that say about CU? Mainly that they were able to recruit this player, and haven't (AFAIK) stifled her development. In other words, they found a unicorn.

Anyone claiming anything beyond that is making a fool of themselves.
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The majority of that team came from THUSC so the claim is valid.
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Sigh.

In the 03 age group, there's really only one local girl who is NT quality. She happens to play for CU. She wasn't called up. What does that mean?

By itself, nothing. Often times, YNT camps have a different set of players every time, as the coaches want to bring in a lot of prospects. The current camp is not necessarily the "top 32 girls" according to US Soccer. Her absence is not necessarily either a snub, nor proof she doesn't rate.

What does that say about CU? Mainly that they were able to recruit this player, and haven't (AFAIK) stifled her development. In other words, they found a unicorn.

Anyone claiming anything beyond that is making a fool of themselves.

Oregon doesn't land players on Girls YNT or full team rosters in any meaningful bi-annual competitions. With our current diluted mess of club teams and coaching offered it's more fun to travel in the HS off season or just play in the local state or regional leagues.
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Was this thread started because the OP was surprised that there wasnít an Oregon player on the list?
I donít think so. I think the person is too ignorant to realize that and is trying to spin it as somehow itís CUís and ECNLís fault? Who uses ďtravelingĒ club/team in their soccer language anyway? Grandpa. Time for grandpa to go to bed. Sounds like title ix Ted who talks to himself like somehow there are multiple people that agree with him.

Grandpa - which non-traveling team is producing girls that make it to top level colleges outside of Oregon? Letís try and keep it in the past 10 years this time.
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I donít think so. I think the person is too ignorant to realize that and is trying to spin it as somehow itís CUís and ECNLís fault? Who uses ďtravelingĒ club/team in their soccer language anyway? Grandpa. Time for grandpa to go to bed. Sounds like title ix Ted who talks to himself like somehow there are multiple people that agree with him.

Grandpa - which non-traveling team is producing girls that make it to top level colleges outside of Oregon? Letís try and keep it in the past 10 years this time.
We all know the osaa hs girls who join the travel only cult clubs have a one way ticket to title ix nirvana. Without any layovers on any youth us nat teams. It's worth it they say.
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We all know the osaa hs girls who join the travel only cult clubs have a one way ticket to title ix nirvana. Without any layovers on any youth us nat teams. It's worth it they say.
My understanding is this year long club travel commitment to play average club teams in other states is designed to prepare the girls for the rigors of OSAA HS JV2, JV and even Varsity soccer.
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This is funny...typical Oregon threads=name calling.

Why even pose this question? Evidence is within the largest club in MLS. Another thread is conversing over the new "discovery program" of the Timbers....gee...I wonder why?

Ask your Vancouver/Oregon Timbers DOC or technical directors how they connect their talent to opportunities? Ask them how that all works and how many players they've sent on? Then ask in what leagues..... I'm sure you'll have a fun conversation.


Or just stay on here screaming at each other.
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