Glass Ceilings

By Joe Ulm
There is a common belief in youth soccer (and all youth sports in my experience) that to be really good, you need to start young.

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Independence Day

By Joe Ulm
As we all know Independence Day marks the historic date in 1776 when the Declaration of Independence was approved by the Continental Congress.

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Dad’s Day

By Joe Ulm
Tryouts can be stressful for many players, however, there are things every player can do to perform their best at tryouts. Here are five tips that could help your son or daughter perform their best at tryouts this season…

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Five Tips to Perform Your Best at Tryouts

By Joe Ulm
Tryouts can be stressful for many players, however, there are things every player can do to perform their best at tryouts. Here are five tips that could help your son or daughter perform their best at tryouts this season…

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President’s Cup Winners

By Joe Ulm
Our 12U Premier Boys had a pretty remarkable weekend last weekend a weekend that saw them become this year’s 12U Boys President’s Cup Champions. Like so many success stories, there were ups and downs, and challenges met and overcome along the way – but in the end it was the boys’ Passion, Skill, and Character that got it done.

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The Referee Shortage

By Joe Ulm
Here we are again. Approaching mid-season and experiencing another referee shortage. Except this year is even worse than last year…which was worse than the year before that…which was worse than the year before that. And the issue isn’t specific to PSU or any one club – it’s affecting all clubs.

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One Day for Mom

By Joe Ulm
So this year, give mom the hug that lets her feel how much you appreciate her. Take the time to find a gift that mom will really enjoy. Give mom some “all-about-you-mom” time in a way that shows her how much you love her. On her day; this one day each year that is all about her.

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What it Means to be United: #StacyStrong

By Joe Ulm
f you’ve been part of our club for any length of time, you know the term “United” is far more than just our club name. United is something we do. And now is one of the times we get to show what doing United means.

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