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Announcing - SYA Travel Informational meeting -
For present u8 parents or U7 parents who are considering U9 Travel play for boys or girls in the fall 2013!

The travel informational meeting details are as follows:

SYA usually forms about 3 travel teams in each group for the boys and girls at the U9 level. The number of teams that will be formed will be based on the number of players trying out and the quality of the players. Tryouts are open to all players, SYA and non-SYA. The coaches for the travel teams will be introduced at the meeting. The SYA Director of Coaching for Competitive ( travel) Boys - Dean McAlpin and SYA Director of Coaching for Competitive(travel) Girls - Christian Cziommer will be overseeing the process of fall 2013 U9 player selection and team formation. Paul Ellis, SYA Technical Director will oversee all aspects of the travel program.  

Date of Informational meeting - Thursday May 9, 2013. 
Who: The meeting is primarly for parents whose players will tryout for the upcoming 2013-2014 soccer year for SYA u9 travel teams.
We can also answer questions concerrning other travel age groups.  
 
Time: 8pm - 9:15pm  
 
Place: Liberty MS ( Cafeteria ) address - 6801 Union Mill Rd. Clifton, Va 20124.
 
Players eligible: For upcoming U9 travel year - 2013-2014. All players SYA or non-SYA born after 8/01/2004. 
 
Topics covered: SYA Travel Vision, Philosophy, Costs, SYA travel - Coaching Leadership, Teaching expectations, Proper Player enviroment, Long-term Player Development model and process, Past successes of players and teams from SYA, structure of SYA travel .
 
For more information:
Rob Olson - rbolson@syasoccer.org, Director of Operations/Director of Coaching - Rec.
Kathy Hull - sya_travel@verizon.net,  Travel Commissioner

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