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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014
[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY] U.S. Soccer has named Jared Micklos as the new Development Academy Director. Micklos most recently served as Associate Athletic Director at North Carolina's High Point University. Read the whole story
[CARSON CAMP] The U.S. under-18 women's national team will gather Saturday at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, Calif., for a week-long training camp featuring 24 players. This is the second training camp for the U-18s, the core group that will attempt to qualify for the 2018 Under-20 ... Read the whole story
[AYSO] The American Youth Soccer Organization has named Ian McMahon, the CEO of Hong Kong Sevens/Hong Kong Rugby Football, as its new national executive director. Scott Gimple has also been promoted to deputy executive director to run the day-to-day business operations of AYSO. Read the whole story
[CARSON CAMP] U.S. under-14 boys national team coach Brian Johnson will bring in 48 players for an eight-day training camp beginning Oct. 11 at U.S. Soccer's National Training Center in Carson, California. Read the whole story

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Soccer in Pittsburgh has a long tradition, dating back to the 19th century, but without a Development Academy program top young Pittsburgh players are moving away to programs such as the Philadelphia Union, D.C. United, even Real Salt Lake AZ. "I know I'm doing the best thing for ... Read the whole story

The 'Sisterhood' factor in coaching girls (Joan Steidinger Q&A)

Sport psychologist Joan Steidinger's female clients often reported that their coaches told them they need to be more like men -- that they needed to get rid of their emotions. Inspired by studies that the female brain and hormones operate differently than those of men, Steidinger has written the book, "Sisterhood in Sports: How Female Athletes Collaborate and Compete." ...More

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