News and Announcements
The PSU U12B Red team won their division the past weekend in the 2019 North Shore United Fall Classic. The team went 3-0 shutting out two of its three opponents. Congratulations on a job well done!
Congratulations to PSU’s U13 Girls Select team who defeated MSC last week Sunday to earn the title of President’s Cup State Champs! The game went into double overtime followed by nine penalty kicks before PSU ultimately prevailed.
“You know with our team we always talk about playing with passion and purpose. Going into this tournament we knew we would face some tough competition and we were ready even though we were very similar to our competition in terms of skill. It was our passion that drove us forward to ultimately reach our goal which was to go to Kansas next week to compete at the Regional Tournament.” – U13 Girls Coach Lati Ziba
Good luck in Kansas girls!!!
Pewaukee Sussex United Awarded four $500 scholarships to graduating seniors this year. Our selection was based on the following: academic achievement, soccer involvement, leadership, and school/community involvement. To apply all players must be or have been a member of Pewaukee Sussex United which began in the fall of 2012. Students were also asked to write an essay on how soccer has impacted their life. Please help us congratulate –
Elise Rades –majoring in mathematics at Colorado State University
Zach Wilcox – majoring in engineering at UW- Madison
Emma George – majoring in pre-dental Hygiene at University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
Adam Samuel – majoring in biology at UW-Madison
Good luck to them all.
We hosted our sixth annual in-house mixed age group U9-U15 Winter Futsal tournament on March 9 (boys) and March 16 (girls). This year’s theme was Passion 4 Possession with a focus on growing passion, developing skill, and building character. The days were filled with smiles, skill, sportsmanship, and lots of close games. For the first time this year we awarded a special Passion 4 Possession trophy to one individual player from each age group who showed the most passion, skill, and character with the ball at their feet. Great job players! Thanks to all of our families and volunteers for participating and to Ridgewood Baptist Church for allowing us to use their space!
As we get closer to our first indoor match I wanted to make sure everyone had an update for the upcoming indoor session. I’ve included information below on everything, but please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions.
Additionally, we’ll have a Team Pages website set up for the team by Monday with the game schedule, contact information, and other team information (thank you Jen Buth!).
Team Name – I registered us as PSU White.
Schedule – As I write this, there is still no schedule posted. The challenging thing is that we could play as early as this Sunday. Not sure why the administration of the league is always this way, but it is. Please know, either Jen or I will send everyone an update once the schedule is posted.
Player cards – each player needs a player card by next week’s game (11/10 or 11/11). Here’s the link to where you can purchase a player pass (bottom of the page): https://www.brookfieldindoor.com/youth-indoor-soccer
Rules – the rules are very similar to outdoor, with a few exceptions. The link to the rules seems to be broken currently, but essentially, we play with 8 total players on the field, goalies can punt, and goalies have a 5 second time limit to get rid of the ball once they make a save.
Jerseys – please wear black for every match, but always bring red, as well.
Payment. I’ll send out payment information shortly. I need to verify if the $795 cost includes tax or not. Once I have that, I’ll let everyone know what is owed and either PayPal, check, or cash all work great.
The first few games are pretty chaotic given we have a mix of players and there are no practices, but once we get a few games under our belt it all begins to gel.
Please look for the invite from TeamPages and we’ll update you as soon as the schedule is posted.