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U.S. Soccer Development Academy Finalists
July 1st, 2008 7:01AM

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The U.S. Soccer Development Academy wrapped up its first regular season with its Summer Showcase June 27-30 in Greensboro, N.C. Heading into the final day of competition, nine spots were still up for grabs in the U-15/16 and U-17/18 divisions, and by the end of Monday only one position in the finals remained undecided. The Sockers FC lead the Mid-America U-17/18 division, but the Magic and Fire both have makeup games. For all the teams that booked their place in the Finals Week to be held July 12-19 at The Home Depot Center ...

FINALS WEEK GROUPS
Group A (U-17/18)
A1: Mid-America champion
A2: Baltimore Bays (Mid-Atlantic champion)
A3: Colorado Rush (West champion)
A4: Westchester FC (Northeast champion)

Group B (U-17/18)
B1: CASL (Atlantic champion)
B2: Crew (Great Lakes champion)
B3: Concorde Fire (Southeast champion)
B4: LAFC (So Cal champion)

Group C (U-15/16)
C1: Albertson (Northeast champion)
C2: LAFC (So Cal champion)
C3: Carmel United (Great Lakes champion)
C4: Schulz Academy (Southeast champion)

Group D (U-15/16)
D1: Chicago Magic (Mid-America champion)
D2: CASL (Atlantic champion)
D3: Real Colorado (West champion)
D4: PDA (Mid-Atlantic champion)



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