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Chicago Magic PSG Vision Meeting Spring 2012. Vision Meeting Agenda Staff Introductions Club Locations Club Goals US Academy Teams & Player Pools Tournaments.

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1 Chicago Magic PSG Vision Meeting Spring 2012

2 Vision Meeting Agenda Staff Introductions Club Locations Club Goals US Academy Teams & Player Pools Tournaments & Travel Games VS. Training CollegeBound Program 2012-13 Tryouts Communication Questions & Answers

3 Magic Professional Staff Kevin Wickart Girls Coordinator & Staff Coach Ben Angel Youth Coordinator & Staff Coach Joe Ducci Boys Coordinator & Staff Coach

4 Magic Professional Staff Louis Mateus Executive Director & Academy Director Bato Radoncic Director of Coaching Boys Tony Youhanna Director of Coaching Girls Jorge Valle Director of Coaching City

5 JP Tokoto Staff Coach Fran Moore Staff Coach Adnan Flayfel Staff Coach Magic Professional Staff

6 Debbie Pacchioni Staff Coach Svet Zahariev Staff Coach Magic Professional Staff Sal Gloria Staff Coach

7 North Shore South Suburbs City/Chicago West Suburbs Club Locations 21 National Championships 33 Regional Championships 91 State Cup Championships Regional & National Players 29 Magic Alumni Players Currently Playing in the MLS “THE BEST IS YET TO COME!” 4 TEAMS26 TEAMS 22 TEAMS5 TEAMS

8 1.Player Development Boys & Girls PSG Affiliation Friday Night FootSkills Player Evaluations Fund Raising Club Goals

9 1.What is the USSDA? US Soccer Development Academy 78 of Over 8,200 Clubs Full-Time & Developmental Players Who is eligible? US Academy

10 NISL NPL US SOCCER US National Teams US Academy U16 & U18s USYSA US Youth Soccer Assn. US Club Soccer YSSL {BOYS} IWSL {GIRLS} MRL ID2 NATIONAL LEAGUE

11 Why pool play? Teams & Player Pools

12 More training – Less games Games VS. Training

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17 Why we travel Disney Showcase & Dallas Cup Expenses Tournaments & Travel

18 The complete ‘Student Athlete’ Academics Athletics Contact Louie w/ any questions. College Plus

19 Chicago Magic By Michelle Westerhoff & Kathy Iwashima Pathway to College Soccer

20 Athletic Scholarships They are available!! Freshmen Year a.Initiate contact with top 10 to 20 schools (Division 1, 2, 3 and NAIA) - Go to Collegeboard.com and NCAA websites www.ncaa.com to search for colleges. See rankings attached. b.Maintain a minimum of a 2.5 to 3.0 GPA. The higher it is, the more colleges you’ll qualify for. c.Create a profile sheet or ‘resume’ outlining accomplishment, clubs, stats from Nike National Player Profile and email to college coaches

21 Sample Resume / Profile Sheet Name: Birthday: Address: School: St. Joseph High School,10900 Cermak Road, Westchester, IL 60154 ACADEMIC DATA: GPA: 3.02 (Weighted) Graduation Year: 2012 Class Rank: 72 of 168 ACT: 23 Course of Study: AP/College Prep A Intended Major: English AP Scores: 5 on AP Spanish Language Extracurricular: Spanish Honor Society, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), United States Hispanic Leadership Institute Volunteer (USHLI), G.O.D.S People, Campus Peer Ministry.

22 Sample Resume / Profile Sheet continued ATHLETIC DATA: HEIGHT: 5’8” WEIGHT: 155 lbs. PRIMARY POSITION: Center Back/ Right Wing/ Stopper. LEAGUE: U.S Soccer Development Academy (Chicago Magic Soccer Club) 2010-2012 History: 2007-2010 Chicago Makers S.C (Captain) Coaches: Nelo Nightingale and Kenneth Nightingale Phone Number: Nelo Nightingale (847)756-0501 2010-2011 Chicago Magic Soccer Academy Coaches: Louis Mateus and Martin Vasquez Phone Number: Louis Mateus (708)990-0182 2009-2011 St. Joseph High School Varsity Coach: Stanley Niemiec E-Mail: sniemiec@stjoeshs.orgsniemiec@stjoeshs.org ** also include National Profile Nike Evaluation Number

23 Sophomore Year Narrow down college search to top 10 schools Maintain good grades!!!!! Go to all Magic practices and games – communicate with coaches or team managers if an emergency occurs when you can’t make practice Update resume/profile sheet

24 Sophomore Year continued Go to a soccer camp or two of schools you’ve contacted Make a 2 to 3 minute highlight tape. Post on Youtube and let the college coaches know how to locate it, or send a DVD directly to college coaches Invite coaches to tournaments or games you’ll be playing at. Let them know your schedule and jersey number Register with the NCAA Clearing House – you’ll need an unofficial transcript (http://web1.ncaa.org/eligibilitycenter/common/)

25 Sample University Camps Loyola University Chicago www.ramblersoccercamps.com UIC Soccer Camp www.uicsoccercamp.com Northern Illinois www.niuhuskies.com/sports/m-soccer/elitecamp.html Northwestern, Wisconsin, Indiana, Notre Dame, and many other schools– check out the website of each school you’re interested in. * Private camps focus on college recruitment Elite 300 (www.elite300.com), CSI (collegesocceridcamp.com)www.elite300.com *Local college ID activities Nike Academy showcase-contact the coach. (http://www.sockersfcchicago.com/index.php?option=com_content& view=article&id=107&Itemid=112)

26 NCAA Clearinghouse Course Requirements D1 and D2 Requirements – go over your 4 year plan with your school counselor See handout

27 Junior Year Repeat all of what was stated for your Sophomore year Study for the ACT!!! Check the required ACT scores for the schools you’re interested in **Athletes often have the benefit of Super- scoring * Take ACT 1 to 3 times * Start visiting your top schools!!!

28 Senior Year Update your profile/resume Narrow down to top 5 school – at least one D2 and one D3 school Take ACT / SAT more times if necessary On January 1 st fill out the FAFSA Look for outside scholarships –Local soccer clubs –Kiwanis, Rotary etc. Check you High School website to see about more listings –www.fastweb.comwww.fastweb.com –www.Collegeboard.com Apply to schools –Let the admissions office know at each school if you have any changes in income due to: Drastic change in income Extreme outside medical bills Private tuition for other students living at home

29 NCAA Soccer ranking (Men’s Div I) 1North Carolina(3) 2Charlotte(14) 3UCLA(4) 4Creighton(2) 5Connecticut(5) 6South Florida(12) 7Louisville(15) 8New Mexico(1) 9Maryland(6) 10Indiana(9) 11Akron(10) 12UC Santa Barbara(13) 13UC Irvine(7) 14Saint Mary's (Calif.)(NR) 15Boston College(8) 16Coastal Carolina(17) 17Brown(NR) 18St. John's(11) 19SMU(19) 20James Madison(NR) 21UAB(20) 22Northwestern(16) 23Rutgers(NR) 24Old Dominion(21) 25Bradley(24) Parenthesized numbers show ranking from 2010-11 season. NR: not ranked

30 D II (Men’s) 1Fort Lewis(3) 2Lynn(20) 3Franklin Pierce(2) 4Millersville(21) 5Flagler(10) 6Rockhurst(6) 7Southern New Hampshire(14) 8Cal State Los Angeles(17) 9Incarnate Word(9) 10Simon Fraser(1) 11Seattle Pacific(13) 12C.W. Post(8) 13Barry(25) 14Northern Kentucky(22) 15California (Pa.)(24) 16Midwestern State(4) 17Mars Hill(NR) 18Coker(5) 19Christian Brothers(7) 20Rollins(11) 21St. Thomas Aquinas(NR) 22Saginaw Valley State(16) 23Metro State(19) 24Chico State(NR) 25Anderson(14) Parenthesized numbers show ranking from 2010-11 season. NR: not ranked

31 Div III (Men’s) 1Ohio Wesleyan(6) 2Calvin(NR) 3SUNY Oneonta(21) 4Montclair State(NR) 5Rutgers-Camden(9) 6Stevens Institute Of Technology (14) 7Texas-Tyler(22) 8St. Lawrence(2) 9Hope(NR) 10Amherst(4) 11Ohio Northern(10) 12Redlands(NR) 13 Babson(11) 14 Luther(18) 15 Messiah(1) 16 Neumann (NR) 17 Trinity (Texas)(5) 18 Randolph (NR) 19 Loras(12) T20 St. Olaf(7) T20 Christopher Newport (3) T20 Dominican (Ill.)(8) 23 Washington (Mo.)(15) T24 Wesleyan (NR) T24 Western New England (19) Parenthesized numbers show ranking from 2010-11 season. NR: not ranked

32 NCAA Women’s soccer ranking (D I) 1Stanford(1) 2Duke(3) 3Florida State(9) 4Wake Forest(6) 5Oklahoma State(4) 6Virginia(8) 7UCLA(2) 8Penn State(13) 9Memphis(5) 10Pepperdine(7) 11Maryland(18) 12Central Florida(NR) 13North Carolina(19) 14Long Beach State(NR) 15 Boston College(21) 16 Marquette (12) 17 Boston(14) 18 West Virginia (10) 19 Illinois(16) 20 Santa Clara (11) 21 Texas A&M (17) 22 Virginia Tech (NR) 23 Wisconsin-Milwaukee (15) 24 Louisville(NR) 25 South Carolina (22) Parenthesized numbers show ranking from 2010-11 season. NR: not ranked

33 D II (Women’s) 1Saint Rose(10) 2Grand Valley State(1) 3Armstrong Atlantic State(7) 4Chico State(NR) 5Colorado Mines(8) 6California (Pa.)(2) 7Abilene Christian(17) 8Tampa(19) 9Lenoir-Rhyne(13) 10Northern Kentucky(9) 11Fort Lewis (NR) 12Cal State Los Angeles (NR) 13Bridgeport(3) 14 Slippery Rock(23) 15 Dallas Baptist (NR) 16 Massachusetts-Lowell (NR) 17 Lynn(NR) 18 Central Oklahoma (14) 19 UC San Diego(12) 20 Bellarmine(18) 21 Seattle Pacific(5) 22 Columbus State(20) 23 Saint Leo(6) 24 Rollins(11) 25 Minnesota State-Mankato (21) Parenthesized numbers show ranking from 2010-11 season. NR: not ranked

34 D III (Women’s) 1Messiah (1) 2Wheaton (Ill.) (6) 3William Smith (2) 4Amherst (8) 5Ithaca (NR) 6Johns Hopkins (4) 7Trinity (Texas) (3) 8Emory (5) 9Washington-St. Louis (12) 10Middlebury (17) 11Williams (20) 12Hardin-Simmons (7) 13Ohio Northern (16) 14California Lutheran (10) 15SUNY Cortland (NR) 16 Concordia-Moorhead (NR) 17 Illinois Wesleyan(13) 18 Lynchburg (11) 19 Case Western Reserve (19) 20 SUNY New Paltz(NR) 21 Virginia Wesleyan College (15) 22 St. Benedict (NR) 23 TCNJ (21) 24 Centre (22) 25 Springfield (23) Parenthesized numbers show ranking from 2010-11 season. NR: not ranked

35 Registration Now Open 4 Locations to chose From Boys & Girls U8-U18 Tryouts Officially Begin May 7 Check chicagomagic.com for updates 2012-2013 Tryouts

36 Update your gotsoccer.com info Check your Location & Team Pages Ask your Team Manager Email Administration Leah Rice leah@chicagomagic.com info@chicagomagic.com Communication

37 Parent Questions & Answers


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