Looking for Players

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The Michigan Wolves-Hawks Soccer Club is looking for more players for the following teams:

U9 Hawks Red - call Tia Perry for more info 734-756-3970

U7 Hawks - call Tim Ernst for more info 734-323-3680

2015 Girls State Cup Wrap Up

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On Sunday October 19th the Michigan Hawks 97 Black were named the 2015 State Cup Champions. Advancing to the finals was a great accomplishment after defeating the Michigan Gators 1-0 in the semi finals I. The finals brought even more excitement while the girls played their heart outs and earned a victory over the Grand Rapid Crew with a 5-2 score. The girls hard work, dedication, and motivation along with the leadership from their Coach Gene Pulice earned them this state cup title.

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The U14 Michigan Hawks 01 squad had a solid showing in the 2105 Girls State Cup Tournament. The team chalked up three consecutive victories in the preliminary round outscoring their opponents by a combined twenty-one goals for and zero against. In the round of sixteen the team prevailed over Waza East 2-0 advancing to the Semi-Finals contested on October 19th at Ultimate Soccer located in Pontiac, Michigan. After a hard-fought 1-1 tie and two overtime periods, the Hawks suffered a heartbreaking loss falling 3-2 in the first round of penalty kicks.

2015 Girls State Cup

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The Michigan Hawks would like to congratulate the U14, U16 and U18 Michigan Hawks for advancing to the MSYSA State Cup Semifinals.

The U14s shutout both their opponents this weekend, beating Waza East 2-0 on Saturday and the Michigan Burn 2-0 on Sunday.

The U16s won their quarterfinal game, 2-1 in overtime, versus last year's state finalist, Michigan Gators. Ahead most of the game, the 16s overcame a late Gator goal in regulation to score with 5 minutes left to go in the second overtime to secure the in

The U18s won their quarterfinal game in a crazy, 5-4 overtime match versus Novi Jags. After going down 2-0 and then 3-2, the 18s found a way to get the game to OT and score 2 goals in OT to win and advance to the semifinals on Oct 18th at Ultimate Soccer Arena in Pontiac.

Check out the times to cheer these teams on. Go Hawks!!!

Saturday, October 18, 2014
MatchTimeHome TeamResultsAway TeamLocation
#259
Semi-Finals
 8:00 AM
PSG MICHIGAN GATORS
97 ORANGE
0-1 MICHIGAN HAWKS
97 BLACK
Ultimate #1
#62
Semi-Finals
 10:30 AM
MICHIGAN HAWKS 01 1-2 PSG MICHIGAN GATORS
01 ORANGE
Ultimate #3
#180
Semi-Finals
 6:00 PM
MICHIGAN HAWKS
99 BLACK
3-0 MICHIGAN JAGUARS
99 GREEN
Ultimate #3
Sunday, October 19, 2014
MatchTimeHome TeamResultsAway TeamLocation
#261
Final
 8:00 AM
Michigan Hawks 97 Black 5-2 GR Crew Juniors 97 MRL Black Ultimate #1
#181
Final
 6:00 PM
Alliance FC Academy 99 Black 2-1 Michigan Hawks 99 Black Ultimate #1

Hawks in College - Weekend Report #4

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Rachel Winters and Ashley Garr help lead Bowling Green past Ohio, 2-1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfU213jnMKo

Rachel Winters interviewed after 1-0 victory vs Kent State: http://www.bgsufalcons.com

Michelle Manning assists game winner for Northwestern: http://www.nusports.com

Natalie Krygier scores game winner for Iowa to beat IU and former Hawks Nickie Zuckerman and Jesse Bujouves, 1-0: http://www.hawkeyesports.com and http://www.hawkeyesports.com/sports/w-soccer/recaps/101714aab.html

Aly Haran and Monreau Devos play all 90 in Wake Forest's upset of #5 Virginia Tech: http://www.wakeforestsports.com

Jamie Cheslik, Ashton Miller and Megan Buckingham chosen to top 50 Freshmen in Division 1 soccer: http://www.topdrawersoccer.com/college-soccer/college-national-freshmen-top-100/women and http://www.topdrawersoccer.com

Paige Wester and Ali Krause score in 2-1 win over Ohio State: http://www.msuspartans.com

Melanie Pickert and Katie Brown started 77 games in college together.  The duo came to the Michigan Hawks at U12 and have played together ever since: http://www.hawkeyesports.com and http://www.hawkeyesports.com/sports/w-soccer/spec-rel/101614aaa.html

Michigan Hawks ECNL sweeps Chicago Sockers

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The Michigan Hawks ECNL teams continue to play at a top level beating the Sockers in all 5 games on Saturday October 11th, 2014. The U14's scored 4 goals in a very competitive game to win 4-1. The goals were scored by Sam Sklarski, Bria Telemaque, Ashley Armstrong and Kaya Frazier. In the closest game of the day, Morgan Kloosterman scored after a corner late in the game to push the U15's to a 1-0 win, keeping them a top of the division. The U16's busted open a tightly contested contest with a late first half goal by Maddy Lucas. That was followed by three quick second half goals, two by Madison Wolfbauer and one by Cathy Dager. The 16's are also top of the standings in the Midwest Division. The U17's controlled most of their game getting goals from Hannah Drulak and Ani Ramon to win 2-0. In the last game of the day, the U18's had to work hard for their win. An early first half goal by Maya Piper proved to be enough with great goalkeeping play from Megan Bricely and a couple of key stops from Emily Purdy. Fanastic goals late in the second half from Justine Lynn and Alexis Warner resulted in the 3-0 score.

In the Alumni news for the weekend:

Ashton Miller scores winning goal to help Duke past Wake Forest.  http://www.topdrawersoccer.com/college-soccer-articles

Jamie Cheslik, Ali Krause and Courtney Clem play well in MSU's victory over Purdue.  http://www.msuspartans.com

Madisson Lewis scores first goal in Michigan's win at IU.  http://www.mgoblue.com

Alison Holland records second shut to help Oakland get past UIC. http://www.goldengrizzlies.com

Chay Mcnitt plays 110 minutes in Ball State win over Kent State.  http://ballstatesports.com

Melanie Pickert, Katie Brown and Natalie Krygier play well for Iowa in 0-0 vs #14 Wisconsin.  http://www.hawkeyesports.com

Synthetic Turf

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In response to the recent NBC news story on the health effects of crumb rubber in synthetic turf, the number one priority of the Wolves & Hawks Soccer Club is the safety and well being of our players. After reviewing the NBC story the Wolves Hawks Board of Directors looked deeper into this issue and as sighted by the Synthetic Turf Council and based on over 60 independent studies (many of which can be viewed via the web link below) the idea of synthetic crumb rubber being related to cancer has not been substantiated in any of these independent scientific studies. In addition, a direct response by the Synthetic Turf Council can also be viewed through the link below refuting the idea of any ill effects of synthetic turf crumb rubber on players associated with the material.

As previously stated the health and well being of the Wolves & Hawks players is and will always be the number one concern of the club. With that said we will continue to monitor the continued research on this and any other subject related to player safety and make decisions accordingly that fully support our priorities as a club.

Sincerely,

Wolves-Hawks Board of Directors

STC Response to NBC National News Story on Health Effects of Crumb Rubber in Synthetic Turf - Synthetic Turf Council