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Majestics Super 20 Team
2015

If you are interested in the Majestics Super 20 Team please contact Coach Pete Cinalli.  pete.cinalli@gmail.com

Gerow's Two Goals Help Majestics Win
Super 20 Forward Leads Northern Virginia
By Dave Utnik for News & Messenger/InsideNova.com (photo by John Boal)
 
Northern Virginia Majestics forward Stephanie Gerow had space to work with Monday afternoon.

That meant nothing but trouble for NOVA FC.

Give Gerow an opening, or even one extra step to turn anywhere near the net, and it’s basically an invitation to shoot.

And that’s what the 19-year-old does better than anyone on the Majestics Super Y U-20 squad. She finds open space to work with and uses it to create goals.

“I know I play on top and I’m supposed to score but I also look for assists,” she said. “I look for the open player and look for the best opportunity.”

On the final day of the regular season at Hellwig Memorial Park, Gerow was most often the open player. She scored two goals — one in each half — in a 4-0 victory that clinched second place in the South Atlantic Division.

Splitting Aces
Majestic Super 20 Teammates to Part Ways After '09 Season
By Dave Utnik for News & Messenger/InsideNova.com (photo by John Boal)

Crissy Parker and Breiana White have played soccer together for so long now that neither one wants this summer to go by too quickly.

In the fall, for the first time in their all-star careers, the former Hylton High School teammates will become rivals with Parker making her college debut at George Mason and White headed to Virginia Commonwealth.

"It’s going to be hard," White said. "We’ve been teammates ever since my freshman year. My ninth grade year I looked up to her a lot and she took me under her wing. I’ve learned a lot from her."

That makes this summer with the Northern Virginia Majestics Super 20 team sort of special.

The familiar career path they’ve traveled together for more than four years will take them in different directions—at least temporarily—so Parker and White are determined to make the next month a memorable one.

The Majestics are a first-place team and there is already talk about qualifying for the national championships in Chicago.


Majestics' High Hopes
Super 20 Women Aiming for National Finals
By Dave Utnik for News & Messenger/InsideNova.com (Photo by John Boal)

The field finally opened up just the way Brittany Klippstein prefers it. The Northern Virginia Majestics Super 20 midfielder had the ball in her possession and about 30 yards of leg room to work with.

She was right in her comfort zone.

Klippstein has been lining up long-distance shots since her days as an all-state performer at West Springfield High School and she didn’t pass up the opportunity on Wednesday by looping a well-timed blast just underneath the crossbar to finish off the Majestics’ 3-1 victory over NOVA FC at Hellwig Park.

"I hadn’t really gotten a chance to shoot the whole game," she said. "I shoot better from farther out than close in."

And that makes midfield the perfect position for Klippstein, a rising sophomore at Lynchburg College who combined for 11 goals and three assists last fall as the Hornets went 21-1-3 and reached the round of 16 in the NCAA Division III Tournament.


Northern Virginia Super 20s Start Season with Wins
Majestics and Royals Each Triumph Over Fredericksburg Squads
Sunday afternoon saw FC Fredericksburg travel to Northern Virginia’s Valley View Park to kick off both the men’s and women’s South Atlantic Division of the USL Super-20 League. The day would belong to Northern Virginia as the Majestics cruised to a 4-0 win before the Royals edged the Gunners 1-0 in the pair of shutouts.

The Majestics began their season following a 4-3-3 record in 2008 with more maturity and composure, as a majority of the players have returned from the previous year Super 20 and U17 Majestics teams. The collective experience on the team showed, as several Northern Virginia Super Y-League alumni combined for the four goals on the afternoon. Chrissy Parker notched two goals, while Leigh Ann Baxter and Shondel Archer each nabbed a goal and assist for the match. Kristen Smith earned an assist along with goalkeeper Audrey Moore on an alert play up the field.

The Super 20 Royals and Gunners battled nearly the entire game before the deciding goal was scored. Northern Virginia midfielder Eber Martinez sent a driven cross into the Fredericksburg goal mouth and found teammate Aaron Ross, who volleyed the ball untouched into the Gunners net in the 85th minute. The goal held, and the Royals found themselves on the winning side of the 1-0 result.

2010 Super 20 Northern Virginia Majestics

2009 Super 20 Coaches
Majestics and NOVA FC

Sean Burke - Coach of the Majestics Super 20

Tom Torres - Coach of the NOVA FC Super 20

Players from both Super 20 teams will feed into the W-league team.  Season runs in June and July

To register send an e-mail to majesticsyleague@novafc.org with the following information:
 

Player Name:

Current Team:

Past Team:

Individual Accomplishments:

Team Accomplishments:

Desired Position:

E-mail Address:

 

Super 20 Fee Structure
How much is the Super 20 League fee?
The total fee per player is $775 + $25 tryout registration fee

This $775 fee includes:
• Coach Fee
• Trainer Fee
• Player Travel (Out of State Ground Transportation and Hotel)
• Player Uniforms
• Team Equipment
• Referee Game Fee
• Referee Assignor Fee
• Field Rental Fee
• League Registration Fee
• Insurance
• Club Fee
• Club Registrar
• Team Equipment
• Club Administration
• Website Manager
• Regional Administration
• Training with W-league
• Season ticket for each player

Feel free to contact me anytime:
 
Marie Schweitzer
Majestics Director of Youth Development
majesticsyleague@novafc.org
Northern Virginia Majestics (Girls)
P.O. Box 204
Dumfries, VA 22026
703 898-6181

Berry and Knowles Named to ODP National Select Team
Two Majestics Honored at Super Y-League ODP Combine
The United Soccer Leagues announced today the Olympic Development Program (ODP) National Camp ’92, ’93, and ‘94/’95 Select Girls Teams.  Northern Virginia Majestics Autumn Berry and Logan Knowles were named to the elite ODP Select Team rosters for their exceptional performance during the four-day event. 
 
Knowles, a member of the U16 Majestics, earned a spot on the prestigious ’92 roster as a defender while Northern Virginia’s Berry (U14 Majestics) garnered accolades on the ‘94/’95 list as a midfielder.
  
United Soccer Leagues Super Y-League (SYL) ODP National Camps for their ‘92-’95 girls wrapped up yesterday at Ed Radice Sports Complex in northwest Tampa, Florida. The final day of the event consisted of one final match, the SYL ODP National Camp All-Star game for each of the three age divisions.  In addition to Berry and Knowles, Northern Virginia Majestics Meghan Cox (U14 Majestics), Myranda Emery (U15 Majestics), and Eryn Hurley (U17 Majestics) also were selected to their respective All Star matches.

Super 20 Majestics Bound for National Finals
Northern Virginia Receives At Large Berth Into Championship
The Northern Virginia Majestics Super 20 League team received the final spot in the USL Super 20 North American Finals via an ’at large’ bid for their third place finish in the South Atlantic Division.  The Majestics went undefeated in their final six games of the season to earn the berth in the continental championship tournament.

The Super 20 Majestics finished the season 4-3-3, scoring 35 goals and allowing only 16 during their 2008 campaign.  After struggling in the initial part of the season, the Majestics garnered 3 wins and 3 ties to go unbeaten in the final run of the season.  The Majestics last lost was a 2-1 decision in June to the West Virginia Illusion, a result Northern Virginia avenged six days later to begin their successful streak.

The Majestics join the Northern Virginia Royals Super 20 team in the finals, as the men’s side qualified outright by finishing second in the South Atlantic Division.

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