"The best teams are talent rich. That is a given. We invite the most talented players to challenge themselves to play for the some of the best teams in the country."

2018 Signing Day

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Congratulations to all of our players with College Commitments!

2018 Commitments

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 Zane Arnold  Lawrence Tech Kelsey Adams Liberty
 Travis Barclay  Eastern University in Saint David's Madeline Carlson Indiana University
 Jack Beck  Michigan State University Carlie Castiglione University of Detroit Mercy
 Parker Bendert  Spring Arbor University Alaina Celeski Madonna University
 Derick Broche  University of Michigan Jenna Deering Northern Michigan
 Seth Chapman  Washington and Lee University Fotini Demetriou Oakland University
 Eric Conerty  Butler University Alexandra DeRuvo Ball State University
 Giuliano Daniel  Air Force Camryn Evans Michigan State University
 Keegan Gormley  Davenport Abby Gardiner Michigan State
 Vincent Jackson  Virginia Tech Ariana Griffin Ohio State
 Andrew Simon  Calvin College Natalie Hawkins Madonna University
 Jacob Levack  Concordia University Christina Hickson Case Western Reserve
 Caiman Moore  Ohio Northern University Annabelle Honet Michigan State
 Farai Mutatu  Michigan State University Zoe Hudson Bowling Green State University
 Aiden Nam  University of Michigan Kylie Hughes Youngstown State University
 William Perkins  Michigan State University Morgan Kloosterman Butler
 Louis Sala  Northern Illinois University Claire Konopatzki Madonna University
    Stephanie Lloyd Ashland University
    Megan Loney Ashland University
    Samantha Lopez Univ of New Hampshire
    Erin MacDonald Villanova
    Erin McKeown University of Illinois
    Hannah Mueller Illinois State University
    Sierra Nissan Siena Heights University
    Isabella Petrock Ashland University
    Chloe Russo Jacksonville State
    Alexa Sabbagh Oakland University
    Gabriela Sgambati Michigan Technological University
    Samantha Sklarski Michigan State
    Alexis Smith Georgia State
    Lauren Snow Youngstown State University
    Alexa Spaanstra University of Virginia
    Kennedy Thurlow Central Michigan
    Eamly Vatne Ohio State
    Natalie Viggiano University of Wisconsin
    Sara Vinca Bowling Green University
    Ashley Zugay Nebraska

What makes the Michigan Hawks Different?

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June 2017-February 2018

This is what the Michigan Hawks have been doing! 

ECNL National Overall Club Champion
2 National Champions and 1 Semifinalist in 2017

1 Winter College Combine/Invitational
260 Players
90 College Coaches - 75 different colleges

4 of the top clubs in America

Day 1 of the Winter Combine https://goo.gl/doS5Kr
Day 2 and 3 of the Winter Combine https://goo.gl/CJhFHT

13 Players Invited in USYNT Camps
Alexa Spaanstra,U19,UVA
Summer Green,U23,Chicago Red Stars
Izzy Rodriguez,U20,OSU
Zoe Morse,U20,UVA
Izzy Verdugo U18
Haley Craig U15
Michelle Cooper U16
Natalie Winters U19
 Aidan McConnell U15
Natalie Viggiano U18
Joyelle Washington U16
Maciah Lipsey U17 
Josie Aulicino U16

REDEMPTION SONG: U-20 WNT DEFENDER ZOE MORSE TAKES HER SHOT

https://goo.gl/r3V88L
 

40 Michigan Hawks going to play in college next year

1 Ms Soccer - MHSAA - Dani Stephen

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Orlando City SC sign goalkeeper Adam Grinwis

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Orlando City SC have bolstered their goalkeeping group with the signing of Adam Grinwis, announced by the club on Friday.

Grinwis, 25, joins after playing the past three years in USL. Last year, he featured for Saint Louis FC, and prior to that he played for the Rochester Rhinos for two seasons, where he helped them win the USL regular season title and USL Cup in 2015.

“Adam impressed in our pre-season friendly last season and has a track record of success in the USL,” Lions general manager Niki Budalic said in a team statement. “His athleticism, character and competitiveness will fit in well with our group of goalkeepers."

Playing collegiately at the University of Michigan from 2010-14, the Ada, Michigan native was a second team All-Big Ten pick and All-Big Ten Tournament selection in 2012.

The new signing is likely to be a depth option for the Lions behind Joe Bendik. Orlando City open their 2018 MLS regular season schedule on March 3 at home against D.C. United.

Former Hawk Shannon McCarthy turns Pro

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Proud to congratulate former University of Miami captain Shannon McCarthy, who will continue her professional career with UMF Selfoss in Iceland's top league!

McCarthy

Cooper, Craig and McConnell off to U15 & U16 GNT Camp

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CHICAGO (Jan. 25, 2018) – The U.S. Under-16 and Under-15 Girls’ National Teams will hold concurrent training camps to kick off 2018 programing for both teams when 48 players gather at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida from Jan. 27-Feb. 3.

Almost all the players called by head coach Kacey White for the U-16 camp were born in 2002, with three born in 2003, and one, midfielder Allyson Sentnor, born in 2004. All the players called into the U-15 group by head coach Tracey Kevins were born in 2003.

The teams will scrimmage against each other several times during the camp.

U.S. U-16 GNT Roster by Position:
GOALKEEPERS (3): Leah Freeman (Mustang SC; Berkeley, Calif.), Taylor Fox (Orlando Pride; Titusville, Fla.), Alia Skinner (United Soccer Alliance; Fleming Island, Fla.) 
DEFENDERS (7): Katie Groff (NC Courage; Raleigh, N.C.), Samar Guidry (FC Dallas; McKinney, Texas), Baleigh Bruster (NTH Tophat; Atlanta, Ga), Tabitha LaParl (So Cal Blues; Lakewood, Calif.), Elaine Rouse (NC Courage; Cary, N.C), Kayla Colbert (Legends FC; Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.), Nya Harrison (San Diego Surf; San Diego, Calif)
MIDFIELDERS (8): Samantha Kroeger (World Class FC; West Milford, N.J.), Allyson Sentnor (South Shore Select; Hanson, Mass.), Maggie Graham (NTH Tophat; Atlanta, Ga.), Alexis Theoret (FC Virginia; Oakville, Va.), Jillian Martinez (Lonestar SC; San Antonio, Texas), Peyton Goldthwaite (NC Courage; Durham, N.C.), Abby Allen (Lonestar SC; Austin, Texas), Zoe Burns (Crossfire SC; Issaquah, Wash.)
FORWARDS (6): Reilyn Turner (So Cal Blues; Aliso Viejo, Calif.), Michelle Cooper (Michigan Hawks; Clarkston, Mich.), Dilary Heredia-Beltran (Sporting Blue Valley; Overland Park, Ohio), Kailyn Dudukovich (Cincinnati DA; West Chester, Ohio), Alexis Missimo (Solar SC; Southlake, Texas), Abbie Kotter (La Roca FC; Providence, Utah)  

U.S. U-15 GNT Roster by Position:
GOALKEEPERS (3): Haley Craig (Hawks-Wolves SC; Dexter, Mich.), Olivia Molina (California Thorns FC; Burlingame, Calif.), Neeku Purcell (Seattle Reign Academy; Seattle, Wash.)
DEFENDERS (7): Andrea Kitahata (San Jose Earthquakes; Hillsborough, Calif.), Aidan McConnell (Hawks-Wolves SC; Dexter, Mich.), Phoenix Dawn Miranda (Leahi; Aiea, Hawaii), Ayo Oke (Concorde Fire; Lawrenceville, Ga.), Kellie Pagador (Placer United; Roseville, Calif.), Lilly Reale (South Shore Select; Hingham, Mass.), Alyssa Stadeker (Concorde Fire; Smyrna, Ga.)
MIDFIELDERS (7): Colby Barnett (Strikers FC; Los Alamitos, Calif.), Emily Colton (L.A. Galaxy San Diego; Carlsbad, Calif.), Emma Egizii (Beach FC; Downey, Calif.), Tatiana Fung (LAFC Slammers; Fullerton, Calif.), Carina Lageyre (Weston FC; Cooper City, Fla.), Devin Lynch (Eclipse Select SC; Naperville, Ill.), Isabella Piete (San Diego Surf; Alpine, Calif.)
FORWARDS (7): Trinity Byars (Solar FC; Richardson, Texas), Amelia Horton (Sporting Blue Valley; Olathe, Kan.), Simone Jackson (LAFC Slammers; Redondo Beach, Calif.), Arianna Manrique (NTH Tophat; Buford, Ga.), Jillian Shimkin (FC Fury NY; Rockville Centre, N.Y.), Farrah Walters (SC del Sol; Scottsdale, Ariz.), Amelia White (Fort Wayne United; Fort Wayne, Ind.)

Zoe and Izzy make U20 CONCACAF

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Zoe Morse and Izzy Rodriguez make U20 Concacaf Roster
 U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team head coach Jitka Klimkova has named the 20-player roster for the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship to be held Jan. 18-28 in Trinidad & Tobago.

The roster is made up of 16 collegiate players and four youth club players, all of whom play for U.S. Soccer Girls’ Development Academy teams. Players born on or after January 1, 1998 are eligible for the 2018 U-20 Women’s World Cup, and Klimkova has named players from three birth years: six born in 1998, 11 born in 1999 and three born in 2000.

The roster’s youngest player is 17-year-old Real Colorado forward Sophia Smith, recently named 2017 U.S. Soccer Young Female Player of the Year.

2018 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship Roster (College or Club; Hometown; Caps/Goals)

GOALKEEPERS (2): Laurel Ivory (Virginia; Surfside, Fla.; 5/0), Amanda McGlynn (Virginia Tech; Jacksonville, Fla.; 2/0)

DEFENDERS (7): Tierna Davidson (Stanford; Menlo Park, Calif.; 6/0), Naomi Girma (California Thorns FC; 6/0; San Jose, Calif.), Tara McKeown (USC; Mission Viejo, Calif.; 11/0), Zoe Morse (Virginia; East Lansing, Mich.; 9/0), Kiara Pickett (Stanford; Santa Barbara, Calif.; 2/0), Isabel Rodriguez (Ohio State; Canton, Mich.; 8/0), Karina Rodriguez (UCLA; Torrance, Calif.; 3/0)

MIDFIELDERS (5): Samantha Coffey (Boston College; Sleepy Hollow, N.Y.; 7/1), Savannah DeMelo (USC; Bellflower, Calif.; 23/4), Jaelin Howell (Real Colorado; Windsor, Colo.; 12/0), Brianna Pinto (NTH Tophat; Durham, N.C.; 9/0), Viviana Villacorta (UCLA; Lawndale, Calif.; 10/1)

FORWARDS (6): Abigail Kim (California; Vashon, Wash.; 11/3), Civana Kuhlmann (Stanford; Littleton, Colo.; 12/8), Ashley Sanchez (UCLA; Monrovia, Calif.; 20/6), Sophia Smith (Real Colorado; Windsor, Colo.; 11/8), Taryn Torres (Virginia; Frisco, Texas; 3/1), Kelsey Turnbow (Santa Clara; Scottsdale, Ariz.; 8/2)

The 2018 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship features eight nations divided into two groups of four teams. The top two finishers in each group will qualify for the semifinals, with the winners of those games along with the winner of the third-place match earning berths to the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in France.

All 16 matches of the tournament will take place across eight matchdays at Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, Trinidad. The United States will open the tournament on Jan. 19 against Nicaragua, face Jamaica on Jan. 21 and finish group play against Mexico on Jan. 23.

2018 NWSL Draft

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The Michigan Hawks were more than helpful in reaching the highest level of soccer. They provided a top environment to train in daily, and I never went a day without having a team or coach to train with. The staff networked endlessly to land me at the Duke University which was another stepping stone to get to where I am today. Overall, the Michigan Hawks put me on a path towards success and are still to this day willing to help me train and move forward in my career. - Ashton Miller

The Michigan Hawks is a great organization with wonderful coaches who want nothing more than to see their players succeed. The Hawks not only gave me the opportunity to play at the highest levels, but also taught me the skills and discipline needed to continue the process into college and eventually the draft. I will cherish the time and memories I had at the Michigan Hawks. - Ally Haran '95 Hawks

The Michigan Hawks were a great stepping stone into the collegiate game. Not only did they help me prepare for the next level physically and technically, but they also offered a more nurturing side.  When you get the best girls in the state all in one place they created a competitive but loving atmosphere.  The Hawks have given me life long friends and a whirlwind of lessons that I will take with me yet again as I move on to the next step in my soccer career.  - Megan Buckingham '95 Hawks

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