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Champions entered in U.S. Youth Soccer National League
August 6th, 2008 10:30AM
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Three 2008 U.S. Youth Soccer girls national champions -- the U-15 and U-16 Dallas Texans and U-14 San Juan Spirits Blue -- will compete in the 2008-09 U.S. Youth Soccer National League, which qualifies the champion and runner-up of each division to the National Championships. For all the entrants ...

U.S. Youth Soccer is adding a U-17 boys and girls division to the National League.

The top four finishers will retain their slots in the league for the 2009-10 season.

Note: teams in bold were 2008 National Championship finalists.

NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAMS (2008-2009)
Under-15 Girls
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (NTX)
D'Feeters (NTX)
FC Pennsylvania Strikers (EPA)
Michigan Hawks Black (MI)
NSA Fury (IL)
San Diego Surf White (CAS)
San Juan Spirits Blue (CAN)
Wall Wombats (NJ)

Under-16 Girls
Cleveland FC (OHN)
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (NTX)*
Eclipse Select (IL)*
Montclair United Thunderbolts (NJ)
Scorpions Elite (MA)
Slammers FC (CAS)
So Cal Blues-Dodge (CAS)*
Team Boca (FL)

Under-17 Girls
BVSC Stars Mallorca (KS)
Challenge (STX)
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (NTX)*
Eclipse Select (IL)*
Ela Elite (IL)*
Laguna Hills Eclipse Black (CAS)
McLean MPS Dragons (VA)
Vardar (MI)

Under-15 Boys
Baltimore Casa Mia Bays (MD)
Grand Rapids Crew Juniors (MI)
Michigan Jaguars (MI)
SCSA Gold (NC)
Sockers FC Chicago (IL)
Solar Red (NTX)
TFC (NTX)
Waza FC Black (MI)

Under-16 Boys
CASL Elite (NC)*
Blast FC Red (OHS)
Chicago Fire Jrs (IL)*
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (NTX)
FC Delco (EPA)*
GSA Phoenix Red (GA)
KCFC Rangers (KS)
Spirit United Coppa (EPA)

Under-17 Boys
Cobb FC (GA)*
Dallas Texans-Houston Division Red (STX)*
Lower Merion Velez (EPA)
Manhattan Phoenix (ENY)*
Santa Clara Sporting (CAN)
Slammers FC (CAS)*
Team Ohio (OHS)
YMS Xplosion (EPA)*
*Returning team from 2007-2008 season



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