Cal South


2005 NEWS








Cal South State Championship (California)

- GU-12 (G92) Champions

- GU-16 (G88) Champions

- GU-17 (G87) Champions

- GU-19 (G85) Champions


USYSA Far West Region Championship (Colorado)

- GU-12 (G92) Champions

- GU-16 (G88) Champions

- GU-17 (G87) Champions


USYSA National Championship (Florida)

- GU-16 (G88) Champions

- GU-17 (G87) Semi-Finalists


U.S. Club Soccer National Cup (Florida)

- GU-15 (G89) Champions

- BU-13 (B91) Champions


Nike Premier Cup Championship (Oregon)

Gu-14 (G90) Champions


Gothia Cup World Youth Championship (Sweden)

GU-14 (G90) Champions






ORLANDO, FLORIDA (JUNE 2005) - Despite the stifling heat and humidity of Central Florida, the Slammers FC Girls Under 16 (G88) soccer team won their second National Championship in three years recently at the U.S. Youth Soccer Association’s (USYSA.) National Championships by defeating the PDA Fury from New Jersey, by a score of 4-1 at Disney’s Wide World of Sports complex.
The championship match pitted a determined PDA team, the Region I champion, against the Region IV champion Slammers. PDA scored very early in the match with a beautiful outside shot. Slammers answered just a few minutes later with a quality shot off a perfect feed through the middle of the PDA defense. The Slammers managed two more goals before the half and a fourth in the second half while dominating play down the stretch.

During pool play leading up to the championship game, the Slammers continued to control other teams with their potent offensive attack and solid defense by outscoring their three Regional Champion opponents by a cumulative score of 9-1. The other opponents in the tournament were the Region II champion Michigan Hawks and the Region III champion Greensboro SC Twisters from North Carolina.

The Slammers allowed no goals during the six day Far West Regional tournament in Colorado in June, while outscoring their six opponents a cumulative 21-0. During their recent State Cup championship run, the Slammers outscored their six opponents a total of 20-0. This is the same Slammers team that won the National Championship in 2003 when they were U14.