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  • Armor becomes the Spring 2011 SJGSL Northern Conference Champs !!!
  • Congratulations on taking 1st place at the Wall Fall Fest "Shootout at the Shore" Soccer Tournament

5 out of 6 Conference Titles for the Armor Girls of the Atlantic United Soccer Club

721 appears to be a lucky number for the Atlantic United Armor Girls U-13 Soccer Team, as it represents the team’s spring 2012 conference record. It also represents the Armor’s 5th conference title, over the last six seasons. The girls won the South Jersey Girls Soccer League Spring 2012 U-13 Eastern Conference Championship. Not a bad accomplishment, seeing that the Armor girls started their South Jersey Girls Soccer League experience in the last, thirteenth conference, as the lowest rated team in the Fall 2009 season. As a result of their efforts, the Armor will be moving up into the top four conferences of the SJGSL.
As the competition got harder over the past six seasons, the Armor girls have played as a stronger unified team. Thanks to the hard work by the Armor’s defense Mackenzie Worth, Noel Edwards , Aimee Geck, and Carly Lawson for protecting the goal and moving the ball up field. The ten Spring conference games showed exceptional play by goalie Jennifer Soto, who had “5” shutouts and became team leader on and off the field. Midfield, which was controlled by Samiyah Banfield, Alyssa Chaplin, Christine Conaghy, Cassidy Hayes,Tola Oguntuase, and Abbey Vergata did a fabulous job continually moving offensively and defensively the ball into scoring range. On Offense Giana Trava, Lexie Lawson, Marrisa Ruggles, and Ella LaVerde all kept offensive pressure on the opposition in each game. The Armor girls worked as a complete unified team to win their spring conference.Through their strong teamwork and drive, the Armor girls made their parents, families, friends and coaches very proud. Way to Go Armor!