Chantilly Soccer Club Internationals Rising U15 Girls Try-Outs (WAGS Division 4)
CSC Internationals is looking for a few skillful, driven players to join the team. Interested players born after 8/1/2000 should complete the online Player Information Form and attend one of our training sessions:
Tuesdays, 6:30-8pm at Franklin MS, on the CSC field behind the school
Thursdays, 5-6:30pm at Poplar Tree Park, Field #2
Players who evaluate well will be invited to additional session(s) for further assessment. Please contact Coach Paul with any questions: (M) 703-850-5628; email@example.com
CSC Internationals is a team of committed and talented girls competing in the Washington Area Girls Soccer (WAGS) League. Our team was formed December 2011 and is comprised of players born on or after August 1, 2000.
Head Coach Paul Ehrhardt has coached boys and girls youth soccer teams for more than 9 years. He holds the United States Youth Soccer (USYS) National Youth License, United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National D License, and USSF E and F Certificates. Coach Paul played NCAA Division III soccer at the University of Chicago.
Assistant Coach Dr. Mark Miller is our team Trainer and Fitness Coordinator. Dr. Miller runs Miller Chiropractic of Fair Oaks, is a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, and a CrossFit Gynmastics Instructor.
Provide our girls many and varied opportunities to develop as players and individuals. Enable players to compete at a level consistent with their potential while fostering a passion for the sport, teamwork, sportsmanship, camaraderie and fun.
Provide a safe, positive, and encouraging environment.
Focus on player development as our top priority.
Promote mastery of basic technique and proper form.
Conduct efficient training to maximize number of player touches on the ball.
Help players think for themselves and take charge on the field.
Avoid player burnout and overuse injuries.
Build friendships and a support network between teammates and families.
Keep it affordable.
Principles of Play
CSC Internationals is committed to the USYS player development model and associated principles of play.