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Development Academy Top 10s
May 29th, 2009 10PM

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The Derby County Wolves (U-17/18) and Chicago Fire (U-15/16) remained No. 1 in their respective age groups in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy's overall standings following play in the Spring Showcase at the Sarasota, Fla., Polo Club. The Wolves (25-2-1) won all three games, while  the Fire (16-2-4) won two games and tied the No. 6 New York Red Bulls, 0-0. For the Top 10 teams in each age group ...

UNDER-17/18 AGE GROUP
TEAM W-L-T PPG
1. Derby County Wolves 25-2-1 2.71
2. CASL Chelsea FC Academy 20-2-5 2.41
3. FC Delco 20-4-4  2.29
3. Albertson 20-4-4  2.29
5. D.C. United 19-4-5  2.21
6. Carmel United SC 17-5-2 2.21
6. Colorado Rush AS Monaco 16-3-5  2.21
8. Crossfire Premier 16-5-2  2.17
9. Andromeda 15-2-9  2.08
10. Real Colorado 14-5-3  2.05

UNDER-16/17 AGE GROUP
TEAM W-L-T PPG
1. Chicago Fire 16-2-4  2.36
2. Derby County Wolves 20-4-4  2.29
3. Arsenal FC 19-2-7  2.29
4. Greensboro Youth Soccer 18-4-3 2.28
5. Sockers FC 14-3-4  2.19
6. New York Red Bulls 17-3-6  2.19
7. FC Dallas 17-3-7  2.15
8. Crossfire Premier 14-3-6 2.09
9. Washington Premier FC 14-3-6 2.09
10. Chicago Magic AS Monaco 14-4-5 2.04



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