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CASL and Charlotte SA are top seeds
June 21st, 2011 4:38PM
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[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY]CASL Chelsea (U-17/18) and Charlotte Soccer Academy (U-15/16) are the top seeds in their age groups in the 2010-11 Development Academy playoffs, which will be played June 24-28 at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas.

Charlotte Soccer Academy, North Carolina Fusion and the Seattle Sounders are the only programs seeded in both age groups. Empire United and D.C. United were the only two clubs to win their division in both age groups.

Each of the top two teams in the Development Academy’s 10 divisions earn automatic qualification to the Playoffs, with the remaining 12 spots open to wildcard teams that have the best overall points per game average across the full season.

The top finisher in each of the eight groups will move on to the fourth annual Development Academy Finals Week, which will be held July 9-16 at three venues in Milwaukee.

U-15/16 seeds:
1. Charlotte Soccer Acad.
2. Concorde Fire
3. Seattle Sounders
4. LA Galaxy
5. St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri
6. North Meck
7. North Carolina Fusion
8. Solar Chelsea
9. Baltimore Bays Chelsea
10. Texas Rush AJ Auxerre
11. PA Classics
12. Albertson
13. FC Delco
14. D.C. United
15. CASL Chelsea
16. Houston Dynamo
17. Vardar
18. RSL AZ
19. IMG Soccer Acad.
20. FC Dallas
21. Chicago Fire
22. Real So Cal
23. Pateadores
24. Empire United
25. Sporting Kansas City
26. Crew Soccer Academy
27. Sockers FC
28. New England Revolution
29. Dallas Texans
30. South Carolina United
31. De Anza Force
32. FC Westchester

U-17/18 seeds:
1. CASL Chelsea
2. FC Dallas
3. Charlotte Soccer Acad.
4. New York Red Bulls
5. Weston
6. PDA
7. Seattle Sounders
8. North Carolina Fusion
9. Dallas Texans
10. Derby County Wolves
11. D.C. United
12. RSL AZ
13. Baltimore Bays Chelsea
14. Albertson
15. California Development Acad.
16. Real Colorado
17. St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro
18. Arsenal FC
19. Indiana United Academy
20. Sockers FC
21. Chicago Fire
22. Colorado Rush AJ Auxerre
23. St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri
24. Empire United
25. Chivas USA
26. Concorde Fire
27. Cosmos Academy West
28. Cal Odyssey
29. PA Classics
30. Crew Soccer Acad.
31. Pateadores
32. Seacoast United



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