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Calvert and Morris take Player of the Year awards
July 11th, 2013 3:39AM

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[AWARDS] Caleb Calvert, who recently signed a pro contract with Chivas USA, and Jordan Morris of the Seattle Sounders Academy were named the Development Academy’s National Players of the Year in the under-15/16 and under-17/18 age groups, respectively. Tim Carter (Shattuck-Saint Mary’s Soccer Academy) and Shaun Tsakaris (De Anza Force) were named National Coached of the Year. Style of Play awards went to the New York Red Bulls, Chicago Fire and Real Salt Lake AZ.

2012-13 Development Academy National Awards:
U-17/18 Players of the Year
East Conference: Matt Miazga (New York Red Bulls)
Central Conference: Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas)
West Conference: Jordan Morris (Seattle Sounders)
U-17/18 National Player of the Year: Jordan Morris (Seattle Sounders)

U-15/16 Players of the Year
East Conference: Abdallah Bangura (Baltimore Bays Chelsea)
Central Conference: Abuchi Obinwa (Chicago Magic PSG)
West Conference: Caleb Calvert (Chivas USA)
U-15/16 National Player of the Year: Caleb Calvert (Chivas USA)

U-17/18 Coaches of the Year
East Conference: Matias Asorey (Kendall SC)
Central Conference: Tim Carter (Shattuck-Saint Mary’s Soccer Academy)
West Conference: Zach Feldman (Real So Cal)
U-17/18 National Coach of the Year: Tim Carter (Shattuck-Saint Mary’s Soccer Academy)

U-15/16 Coaches of the Year
East Conference: Kevin Bacher (Oakwood Soccer Club)
Central Conference: Lars Richters (Crew Soccer Academy Wolves)
West Conference: Shaun Tsakaris (De Anza Force)
U-15/16 National Coach of the Year: Shaun Tsakaris (De Anza Force)

Respect Campaign
East Conference: PA Classics
Central Conference: Sockers FC
West Conference: Pateadores

Style of Play
East Conference: New York Red Bulls
Central Conference: Chicago Fire
West Conference: Real Salt Lake AZ


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