Select and Academy Informational Meetings May 5
The club will be holding informational meetings for players considering Select and Academy soccer programs for the 2014-2015 season. Meetings will provide background on the two programs as well as information on the Select tryout procedure for this year, and the Academy evaluation process for this year.
The Academy meeting will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 in the Little Theater at Hamilton High School. The Select meeting will follow, running from 7:30 to 8:30 in the same location.
If you have any questions about either program, this is your opportunity to have those questions answered. The club's Directors of Player Development will be presenting at each meeting, and Board members will also be present. The meetings are particularly recommended for players that are new to either the Select or Academy programs.
Registration Now Open!
Pewaukee Sussex United is now registering players for the fall 2014 through spring 2015 playing season. Players looking to participate in Recreational or Academy programs can register now for these programs. Also, players interested in Select soccer should register now for tryouts which are held in June.
For information about the differences between Recreational, Academy and Select soccer please review the Choosing a Program tab under Club Info and the information pages on the navigation tabs under Recreational, Academy or Select above.
PS United Summer Camp Information
PS United Club Futsal Tournament
Pewaukee Sussex United is pleased to announce its first club futsal tournament to be held on Saturday, March 22 and Saturday March 29. The tournament is open to all players in age groups U11-U14. Each bracket features a five hour time slot with three guaranteed games for each team. Registration is on a first come basis. More details and the registration form can be downloaded here.
Congratulations to the PS United Boys U9 Red Team, which went 3-0 in the Mequon Fall Cup Tournament on October 19-20. The team outscored their opponents 21-8 and played a great weekend of soccer against teams from around SE Wisconsin.
The U12 Girls Red team participated in the Racine Lighthouse Classic over the weekend of October 12-13. They played Rock SC in the final and beat them for the first place finish. Congrats girls!
The PSU Boys U13 Red team finished second at the North Shore United tournament held on September 20-22. Despite losing to a strong Milwaukee ACE team, the boys defeated Elm Grove Blue and North Shore United Blue, while drawing against Wisconsin Rush. Great job boys!
The U13 Boys Black were runners-up at the 2013 Reddan Toe Bash. After losing their first game 0-4, the boys improved with every performance, won their bracket and met Freeport from Illinois in the final. Despite putting on their best performance of the tournament, they boys narrowly lost 2-1 thanks in no small part to two outstanding saves by the Freeport keeper. A great weekend and the boys are looking to take that level of performance into the remainder of the SECL league season!
The 2013 Pewaukee Sussex United Summer Camps were held during the weeks of July 8 and July 15 at Templeton Middle School. 90 Pewaukee Sussex United players attended the U11-U14 camp during the week of July 8. It was a great week with the players working hard, learning, and having fun. Coaches Brian Staus, Kurt Windbeil, Mark Potter, Baz Greenaway, Todd Fisher, Dan Lutzenberger and Nelson Brownell worked with the players on improving their individual comfort and skill level on the ball. Each day concluded with a skills competition and small sided game.
"It was great to see the players utilize many of the ideas in game situations under pressure. We worked alot on doing things at game speed and the players responded well. Overall it was a great week. " said coach Baz Greenaway.
During the following week of July 15, 45 Pewaukee Sussex United players attended the U8-U10 summer camp and worked with coaches Brian Staus, Kurt Windbeil, Brad Blicharz, Nelson Brownell, Dan Lutzenberger, and Will Knueppel. Despite the extremely hot conditions, approaching 100 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday, the players worked very hard, improved their ball skills, enjoyed playing small sided games, and tested themselves each day with a skills competition.