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Girls DA adds two clubs

Sky Blue-NYSC and Placer United Soccer Club will be part of the U.S. Soccer Girls Development Academy that kicks off its inaugural season Sept. 2.

The NWSL’s Sky Blue FC and New York Soccer Club (NYSC) recently announced a partnership and will compete in the Northeast Division. Northern California Placer United will compete in the Northwest Division.

"We are proud and honored to partner with Sky Blue FC to form what will be the leading development program for girls in the Southern New York and Connecticut marketplace," said NYSC chairman Stephan Feldgoise.

• DA clubs will compete in four age groups: (U-14 (2004/2005), U-15 (2003), U-16/17 (2002/2001), and U-18/19 (2000/1999).
• The DA’s seven regions are regions: Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Mid-America, Frontier, Northwest, Southwest.
• A total of 69 clubs join the Girls DA for its inaugural season.
• The DA expects 6,400 players to compete in the inaugural season.
• DA clubs will provide full scholarships to 1,544 players.
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Eastside Timbers and Grants Pass Soocer club.
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Eastside Timbers and Grants Pass Soocer club.
That would be an improvement over most of the clubs in the Thornz Asylum's division of GDA.
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Wupdeedoo. I'm sure Thorns will represent Oregon well.
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Girls DA adds two clubs

Sky Blue-NYSC and Placer United Soccer Club will be part of the U.S. Soccer Girls Development Academy that kicks off its inaugural season Sept. 2.

The NWSL’s Sky Blue FC and New York Soccer Club (NYSC) recently announced a partnership and will compete in the Northeast Division. Northern California Placer United will compete in the Northwest Division.

"We are proud and honored to partner with Sky Blue FC to form what will be the leading development program for girls in the Southern New York and Connecticut marketplace," said NYSC chairman Stephan Feldgoise.

• DA clubs will compete in four age groups: (U-14 (2004/2005), U-15 (2003), U-16/17 (2002/2001), and U-18/19 (2000/1999).
• The DA’s seven regions are regions: Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Mid-America, Frontier, Northwest, Southwest.
• A total of 69 clubs join the Girls DA for its inaugural season.
• The DA expects 6,400 players to compete in the inaugural season.
• DA clubs will provide full scholarships to 1,544 players.
Another bus ride to NorCal
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• DA clubs will provide full scholarships to 1,544 players.
This is why the Thorns do what they do (example-tryout fees). This last statement is so misleading. The article is obviously about GDA but they want to add how many full scholarships the DA clubs provide. 85% of these scholarships are from the BOYS side.

So Deceptive.
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Eastside Timbers and Grants Pass Soocer club.
Solid adds. This is ramping up!
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Eastside Timbers and Grants Pass Soocer club.
Thus will bump thornz to third tier.
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Another bus ride to NorCal
I don't think any of the top clubs are playing in the gda league in NorCal. Why would they want to travel to play weak teams like Oregon?
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I don't think any of the top clubs are playing in the gda league in NorCal. Why would they want to travel to play weak teams like Oregon?
allows benchriders to play
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