U10 and U11 Northern Virginia SC Girls Earn Perfect Season
U10 Majestics FTF Boys Also Win Division Championship
After one of the hottest area summers since the Super Y-League (SYL) inception in 1999, the youngest members of the Northern Virginia girls program have nothing but fond memories heading into the fall. The U10 and U11 Northern Virginia Soccer Club (NVSC) Girls each completed perfect seasons to claim outright Mid Atlantic Division Championships in their respective age groups.

Not to be outdone in their own bracket, the U10 Majestics FTF Boys won the seven-team Mid Atlantic Division with a 9-1-1 record.  The Majestics Boys scored 59 goals over their eleven game season to earn bragging rights in the U10 standings.

Led by head coach Justin O'Shell and assistant coach Nicole Schweitzer, the Northern Virginia U10 girls boasted a 8-0-0 record over a season that included four shut-out wins.  The upstart NVSC offense averaged over six goals per game while backed by a stingy defense that allowed only seven goals for the year.  A testament to the impressive defense and goalkeeping, the Northern Virginia U10s had only surrendered a single goal at the midpoint of the season, outscoring their opponents 26-1 at the halfway point of the summer.

U16 Majestics Finish as Super Y-League National Finalists
Northern Virginia Squad Advances for Third Straight Year
Excerpts taken from SYLSoccer.com  

Although Tuesday's final ultimately didn't produce the desired outcome, the U16 Northern Virginia Majestics walk away from their fourth Super Y-League (SYL) North American Finals with a tremendous sense of accomplishment.  For the third year in a row, the young Majestics advanced out of the group stage of the tournament and into the playoff rounds, including two back-to-back appearances in the final match.

Led every year of their existence by head coach Jimmy Toms, the upstart squad has qualified for the SYL Championships each year since the U12 level in 2012.  The U16 Majestics fell just short of the 2015 title as the Washington Spirit Academy edged them out 1-0 courtesy of a late goal in the waning moments of the match.

Northern Virginia opened the game brightly, and both Imani McGee and Samantha Gordon came close to opening the scoring early. Jackson had Washington’s first good chance in the 20th minute as she hit a turning shot from the right side of the penalty area to the near post, but the goalkeeper saved well.

For the most-part, though, the defenses remained on top. While McGee often threatened for Northern Virginia down the flank, Ella Callahan was solid in goal for Washington as she claimed numerous crosses into her penalty area, and made a good save to keep the game scoreless 10 minutes into the second half when Kristina Toms fired a shot from distance that was headed to the top-right corner.

Majestics Super Y-League Concludes 2015 Regular Season
Northern Virginia Youth Teams Await North American Finals Selections
Following another successful summer, the Northern Virginia Football Club (NOVA FC) Majestics youth teams completed the 2015 Super Y-League (SYL) season last week, playing in over 250 matches from June through the second week of August.  The club earned several automatic championship spots for the SYL North American Finals to be held this December in Bradenton, Florida, by virtue of winning their respective divisions outright.  Addtional Majestics boy's and girl's teams are expected to qualify for the SYL Championships based on division records and specific age group allocations in the coming weeks.

All Northern Virginia Majestics SYL team qualifications will be specifically announced here following formal United Soccer Leagues (USL) confirmation and invitation.  Currently, two boy’s teams and two girl’s teams will represent Northern Virginia at the continental tournament, nabbing bids in their respective age groups from 2015 Super Y-League division titles.

The Northern Virginia FC Majestics Super Y-League program spans the Annadale United Majestics FC, the Northern Virginia Majestics, and the Virginia Majestics FTF boy's and girl's club teams.

The 2015 SYL North American Finals continues as one of the most important youth events annually, with teams once again competing for GotSoccer ranking points as individual players showcase their skills for top college coaches from throughout the country. The event also serves as an important identification opportunity for the Super Y League’s U.S. Soccer-sanctioned Regional Scouting Series program.

12/09/14 U14 Majestics Stay Perfect to Reach Super Y-League Final
08/25/14 U13 Majestics Clinch North American Finals Bid
08/22/14 Northern Virginia Earns Four Additional Championship Bids
08/17/14 U14 Majestics Earn Trip to Championships
12/07/13 Northern Virginia Advances Five Teams to Semifinals
09/29/13 Northern Virginia Sends Nine Teams to Championships
03/19/13 Schweitzer Wins National Coaching Award
03/09/13 Northern Virginia Earns Six SYL National ODP Selections
02/20/13 Schweitzer Named National Coaching Finalist
12/22/12 Northern Virginia Gains National ODP Honors
12/07/12 Majestics, Royals, and Alliance Kick Off Super Y Finals
01/22/12 Northern Virginia Ranked 13th in North America
12/29/11 Northern Virginia Earns 26 ODP National Selections
10/16/11 Northern Virginia Sends Six Teams to Championships
03/11/11 Northern Virginia Gains Eight SYL National ODP Selections
03/07/11 Northern Virginia Girls Return from SYL ODP National Camp
03/03/11 Northern Virginia Boys Earn Four National ODP Selections
03/05/11 Northern Virginia Girls Begin ODP National Camp
12/04/10 Northern Virginia Gains National ODP Honors
11/05/10 Northern Virginia Gains High Rankings in North America
03/09/10 Northern Virginia Earns Six National ODP Selections
03/16/10 Northern Virginia Boys Gain Five National ODP Nods
11/02/09 Northern Virginia Earns 33 ODP National Selections
10/22/09 Northern Virginia FC Named Best SYL Club in North America
10/23/08 Northern Virginia FC Ranked Fifth Best 2008 North American Club
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