Friday, May 3, 2013 (Cincinnati, OH ) - Ohio Elite Soccer Academy announces the EPL 3v3 Summer League. All teams will play 10 games on five Thursdays in June and July. The EPL 3v3 will have U7 through U12 age groups with both boys and girls divisions.
For more information on the EPL 3v3 Summer League and to register CLICK HERE
May 1, 2013 (Cincinnati, OH) - Ohioelite.com sat down with Girls Director of Coaching and Vice President of the ECNL, Doug Bracken, to get his thoughts on the ECNL - where it is, where it is headed, and how it affects the players from training to games to expense. Coach Bracken also elaborated on the success of OESA girls from being called into Youth National Teams to the development process.
Ohio Elite teams are producing on the field, not only in results, but also in the style they play. As a result, players are being noticed for their technical abilities, creativeness, and personality on the ball. Recently, two more OESA athletes were invited into the id2 Camp in California. Abby McNamara | U14 ECNL and Claire Fisher | U14 ECNL & U15 ECNL were gracious enough to answer a few questions about their time in Chula Vista.
Recently, three of our boys were noticed for their strong technical abilities and invited into id2 and Player Development Programs (pdp) to be scouted with other top players across the region and country. Ohio Elite spoke with Will Lonneman, Nick Rumisek on the experience at the pdp in St. Louis and Sean Satterfield on his time at the id2 camp in North Carolina. All three athletes play with our U13 Academy Boys.
Recently three of our girls were invited into U.S. Women’s National Team Camps. M.A. Vignola and Sam Leshnak, both from our U16 ECNL squad were called into the U17 camp while Maddie Huster, U17 ECNL, got tapped for the U18 USWNT Camp.
OESA recently spoke with these aspiring National teamers on their experiences at camp and what they took away from the competition.
May 9, 2013 (Cincinnati, OH) – Ohio Elite Soccer Academy announces their new franchise club Ohio Elite Soccer Academy – Kentucky (OESA-KY). The new soccer academy located in Louisville, Kentucky, is directed by Charlie Traughber. Coach Traughber brings a wealth of soccer knowledge and business background. Owner of Soccer Shots and The Futsal Factory, the Louisville native holds the USSF National Youth License and USSF ‘C’ License.
Cincinnati, OH (August 28, 2012) – Ohio Elite Soccer Academy has established itself as one of the top clubs in the region and nation on both the girls and boys side. Heading into their 11th year, OESA showed last year why top players from Greater Cincinnati and beyond choose to play for the club.
Ohio Elite Soccer Academy announces that in July/August, 2013 the International Training Program will depart for Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
This trip is the third year of the Ohio Elite Soccer Academy’s International Training Program and the first time we will depart for Brazil. The intent of this trip is to continue to provide “player-first development”. We will be taking the boys to a country that prides itself on their skill and quality of play. The boys will have the opportunity to train and play with future professional players, attend professional matches, and experience a country with a true soccer culture. The players will also experience a new culture, new foods, language, history, art and architecture.