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CLUB achievements

 

SLAMMERS FC CLUB ACHIEVEMENTS

28 CALSOUTH State Championships

31 trips to the USYSA - REGION IV Tournament

14 USYSA – REGION IV Championships

4 USYSA - NATIONAL Finalists

4 USYSA - NATIONAL Championships

4 US CLUB SOCCER NATIONAL Championships

3 NIKE YOUTH WORLD Championships (Sweden)

3 NIKE MANCHESTER CUP PREMIER CUP Champions (Beaverton, Oregon)

3 NIKE MANCHESTER PREMIER CUP Finalists (Beaverton, Oregon)

(updated as of June 2010)

 

 

 

 

 

Slammers FC CHRONOLOGY

 

 

1994 to 1997:    THE BUILDING YEARS

  • Slammers FC established
  • Building from the ground up.

 

1998 to 2001:   EARLY SUCCESS

  • 5 CALSOUTH State Championships
  • 4 trips to the USYSA - REGION IV Tournament
  • 1 USYSA - REGION IV Championship

 

    2002 to 2005:   HELLO SOCCER WORLD

  • 10 CALSOUTH State Championships
  • 9 trips to the USYSA - REGION IV Tournament
  • 7 USYSA - REGION IV Championships
  • 1 USYSA - NATIONAL Finalist
  • 3 USYSA - NATIONAL Championships
  • 3 US CLUB SOCCER Championships
  • 2 NIKE YOUTH WORLD Championships
  • 2004 ranked #11 in the nation for girls youth clubs by Soccer America.
  • 2005 ranked #3 in the nation for girls youth clubs by Soccer America.

 

    2006 to present:  STAYING THE COURSE

  • 9 CALSOUTH State Championships
  • 15 trips to the USYSA - REGION IV Tournament
  • 5 USYSA - REGION IV Championships
  • 3 USYSA - NATIONAL Finalist
  • 1 US CLUB SOCCER Championship
  • 2006 ranked #6 in the nation for girls youth clubs by Soccer America
  • 2007 ranked #5 in the nation for girls youth clubs by Soccer America
  • 2007 ranked #2 in the nation for girls youth clubs by NationalSoccerRanking.com
  • 2008 ranked #3 in the nation for girls youth clubs by Soccer America
  • 2009 ranked #4 in the nation for girls youth clubs by Soccer America
  • 2009 ranked #1 in the nation for girls youth clubs by TopDrawerSoccer.com

 

 

 

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The Home of Champions

 

 

2002 GU-14 (G87) USYSA National Champions (first national championship)

 

 

 

 

2003 GU14 (G88) USYSA National Champions (second national championship)

 

 

 

 

 

2003 GU14 (G88) Gothia Cup Youth World Championship (first world championship)

(Sweden)

 

 

 

 

2004 GU16 (G87) U.S. Club Soccer National Championship (third national championship)

 

 

 

 

2005 GU-16 (G88) USYSA National Champions (fourth national championship)

 

 

 

 

 

2005 GU-15 (G89) US Club Soccer National Champions (fifth national championship)

 

 

 

 

 

2005 BU-13 (G91) US Club Soccer National Champions (sixth national championship)

 

 

 

 

 

2005 GU14 (G90) Gothia Cup Youth World Championship (second world championship)

(Sweden)

 

 

 

 

2006 GU16 (G89) US Club Soccer National Champions (seventh national championship)

** back to back **

 

 

 

 

2007 GU14 (G92) Gothia Cup Youth World Championship (third world championship)

(Sweden)

 

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2002 and 2003 GU14 USYSA National Championship (Elmer Ehlers) trophy
2004 GU16 USYSA National Championship (Patricia Masotto) trophy
2004, 2005 (x2), 2006 US Club Soccer (Doug Hamilton) Memorial Cup
GU14 USYSA National Championship trophy
GU16 USYSA National Championship trophy
US Club Soccer National Championship trophy

 

 

 

One Family... Committed to Excellence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SLAMMERS FC - ALUMNI ACHIEVEMENTS

 

Slammers FC focuses on team success and player development. Many of our players have been recognized for their individual development, dedication, and hard work.

 

We are proud of all our alumni. This page recognizes specific personal achievements awarded by the leading soccer organizations in the United States. We believe these are solid third party confirmations that we are appropriately preparing these athletes for the next level.

 

Thank you for visiting our web site. Enjoy.

 

 

2009 NCAA HONORS

2009 NCAA TEAM CAPTAINS

Whitney Engen, University of North Carolina

Brianna Bak, University of California - Berkeley

Ashley Bowyer, Ohio State University

Amy Klippert, University of Michigan

Alicia Lugo, University of Nevada - Las Vegas (UNLV)

Ashlee Elliot, University of Florida

 

 

 


US Womens National team

Whitney Engen - G87

Danesha Adams - G85

 

 

 

US Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year

2006 - Danesha Adams - G85

 

 

 

US National Pool and Team Players
Tessa Andjuar - G92
Stephanie Baduria -G85
Brianna Bak - G87
Jayden Barrett -G90

Maddie Bauer - G94
Ashley Bowyer - G87
Mia Bruno - G91
Charney Burk -G89

Sarah Cox - G93
Michelle Cruz - G91
Zoe Dickson - G91
Kylie Doniak - G90
Makenzie Doniak -G93
Ashlee Elliott - G88
Whitney Engen -G87
Makenna Henry -G92
Megan Jesolva -G88
Natalia Ledezma -G91
Camille Levin - G89

Lindsay Luke - G93
Ashley Nick - G87
Mariah Nogueira -G90
Alexa Orand - G87
Christen Press -G88
Shayla Sabin - G85
Mary Schmidt - G90
Darien Vericillo -G90
Lauryn Welch -G85
Christi Yount - G87

 

 

 

Womens Professional Soccer

Danesha Adams - G85 (drafted first round, 6th overall by Chicago Red Stars - 2009 draft)

Ashley Nick - G87 (drafted by Boston Breakers - 2009 draft)

Whitney Engen - G87 (drafted first round, 4th overall by Chicago Red Stars - 2010 draft)

Ashley Bower - G87 (drafted by FC Gold Pride - 2010 draft)

 

 

 

 

 

NSCAA National Player of the Year

2004 - Alexa Orand - G87

 

 

 

Gatorade National Player of the Year

nominee 2005 - Alexa Orand - G87

 

 

 

NCAA Collegiate All-Americans

Danesha Adams - G85
Whitney Engen - G87
Ashley Nick - G87
Christen Press - G88

 

 

 

NCAA Collegiate Scholar All-Americans

Stephanie Baduria - G85
Whitney Engen - G87
Nicole Grimaldi - G85
Alivia Mazura - G84
Lauryn Welch - G85

 

 

 

Parade High School All-Americans

Charney Burk - G89
Kylie Doniak - G90
Whitney Engen -G87
Megan Jesolva -G88
Camille Levin -G90
Alexa Orand - G87
Christen Press -G88
Rachel Wood - G89

 

 

 

NSCAA Youth All-Americans

Mia Bruno - G91
Charney Burk -G89
Zakiya Bywaters -G90
Kylie Doniak - G90
Megan Jesolva -G88
Camille Levin - G89
Mariah Nogueira -G90
Alexa Orand - G87
Christen Press -G88

 

 

 

NSCAA High School All-Americans

Christen Press - G88
Britney Scannell - G87
Jessica Zavalza -G89

 

 

 

Golden Glove and Golden Boot Winners

(US Youth National Championship Series)

Jessica Gordon - G88
Lauren Gregston - G88
Alicia Lugo - G88
Alexa Orand - G87
Christen Press -G88
Christi Yount - G87

Daniel Boyer - B93

Mason Case - B93



 

 

 

 

 

Other Notable Awards

 

Christen Press - G88

2011 Hermann Trophy winner

2011 Soccer America Player of the Year

2010 TopDrawerSoccer Player of the Season

2009 TopDrawerSoccer Player of the Season

Danesha Adams - G85

2006 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Championship in Russia

"Bronze Ball" winner for third most valuable player in World Cup

Alexa Orand - G87

2004 FIFA U-19 Women's World Championship

youngest player on the roster

Whitney Engen - G87

2009 Honda Player of the Year

2006, 2008, 2009 NCAA National Champion

 

 

 

Christen Press (Stanford)

 

 

 

Ashley Nick (USC)

 

 

 

Cami Levin (Stanford)

 

 

 

Alyssa Davilla, far right (USC)

 

 

 

Ashlee Elliott (Florida)