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  • Olympic Player Development Tryouts - Soccer

    New York, USA Date: 03/09/2013
    Olympic Development Tryouts (ODP) are being held throughout the eastern part of NY. Registration is open for all players with birth years of 1998 to 2001. (ODP is based on calendar year, sorry no exceptions).
    All 1996 and 1997 (U17 & U16) players that were on the State Team last year are being invited back to be part of the State Pool on March 25 (refer to ODP Calendar for locations). U17 and U16 players desiring to participate are required to obtain a recommendation from League / Club Presidents, Directors of Coaching, League Select or USSF / NSCAA Nationally Licensed Coaches. Select here for U17 & U16 recommendation form.  First round March 25, 2013, refer to the ODP Calendar for location details.

    A player may register for more than one tryout. Additionally, a player may register for whatever tryout is convenient for them. However, if a player attends a tryout in the north (all of Westchester County and north) and lives in the south (five boroughs, Nassau and Suffolk County) if selected for the State ODP, they will train in the north. The player participates where they tryout. All on-line registration fees are $35. Anyone registering on the field, the fee is $50. A player that is not playing in an ENYYSA affiliated League/Club is subject to a $65 fee. Select here to register.

    Schedule for State ID Training (March 25 and April 8, 2013), please refer to the ODP Calendar for details on times and training sites.  The State ID is for all returning 1996 / 1997 players, recommended players who were invited back by the Technical Director and for all players invited to attend from the 1998 to 2001 tryouts throughout March (listed below).

    Players need to be in workout clothes, cleats and gloves.  It will be a pro-style tryout (40’s, shuttle run, L-Drill, position specific drills, etc). Each player will be given every opportunity to showcase their talent. If you plan to attend, you can download the tryout form here and bring it with you or fill one out at registration. If you have any questions or need any additional information, you can email Coach Anderson (www.ryan.anderson@cisco.edu)

    http://www.enysoccer.com/programs/odp_tryouts/ Contacts: http://www.enysoccer.com/contact/
  • 2013 National Underclassmen Football Combine

    FL, GA, NY, CA, LA, SC, NC, AL, IL, KY, TX, NJ, KS, PA, WI, MI, MD, MO, DC, etc Date: 02/13/2013
    Schuman's National Underclassmen Combine (NUC) is the longest running underclassmen event and the most respected combine and football camp in the country. Founded in 2005, NUC was formed to create a focused environment that allows freshmen, sophomores and juniors to showcase their skills and talents for college recruiters and recruiting organizations, giving each student-athlete ample opportunity to get recruited throughout his high school career, not just the spring before his senior year.  Since its inception, more than 50,000 athletes have come through NUC events and more than 2,000 athletes have received Division-I scholarships after first attending an NUC event.

    NUC is run by David Schuman and is coached by his veteran coaching staff, along with top high school football coaches from all across the country, as well as staff from Schuman's Speed Center & Schuman's Elite Training, where more than 10,000 athletes nationwide train and is widely recognized as the authority on speed and agility.

    http://www.nationalunderclassmen.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=23100&ATCLID=204982638&KEY=&DB_OEM_ID=23100&DB_LANG=C&IN_SUBSCRIBER_CONTENT= Contacts: Athletes have the opportunity to get invited to the U100 Camp, Top Prospect Camp, NUC Air Raid, and NUC Trench Warfare

    Each athlete should register for the combine based on the grade they are in during the 2012-2013 school year

    Class of 2017 is Grade 8, Class of 2016 is Grade 9, Class of 2015 is Grade 10, Class of 2014 is Grade 11

    Cost for Combine Preparation:

    For Combine Prep Training, Positions Skill Training and All American Recruiting the cost is $50.00 per prep item. All preps are optional .

    Cost for Combine:

    Cost for Combine is $89.99 Pre Registered and $120.00 if you Walk Up. Youth Camp is $50.00. Special Teams (at certain locations) is $99.99.

    Cost for 7 on 7 and Trench Warfare:

    7 on 7 All Star Tourney is $59.99 per individual or $249.99 per team. OL/DL Trench Warfare is $59.99 per individual or $199.99 per team.

    NEW! Attend any or all events for only $199.99. Sign up for the entire weekend and save!

    Register for all inclusive package $199.99 which will allow you to participate in as many events as you want in the weekend for that rate
  • 19th World Maccabiah Games - Soccer

    Israel for the Game / Santa Monica for the Tryouts Date: 12/22/2013
    OPEN MEN'S & OPEN WOMEN'S SOCCER TRYOUTS (Those primarily 18-34 years old)
    Date: Saturday, December 22nd, 2012 & Sunday, December 23rd, 2012
    Location: Santa Monica College, 1900 Pico Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90405
    Times: Saturday, 8AM-5PM & Sunday, 8AM-12PM
    Cost: TBD (There will be a fee to tryout, this fee is to help offset the costs of the field usage and other shared costs involved)
    The games take place on July 17th 2013 in Israel.  Tryouts are December 22rd of 2012

    *In order to tryout in any soccer division, one must have a complete USA 19th World Maccabiah Games Application submitted to the MUSA office: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/maccabiusaapp or the hard copy application is below:
    19th Maccabiah Application Form
    Please come to each tryout in proper soccer attire, bring your own water bottle with your name on it, and please bring your own soccer ball

    http://www.maccabiusa.com/seclect-a-sport/soccer/125-selection-processteam.html Contacts: UNITED STATES 19TH WORLD MACCABIAH TEAM
    Maccabi USA · 1926 Arch Street, 4R, Philadelphia PA 19103 215/561-6900 Fax: 215/561-5470 e-mail: maccabi@maccabiusa.com www.maccabiusa.com
  • Washington Generals Tryouts - Professional Basketball

    Washington, DC USA Date: 07/08/2013
    The WASHINGTON GENERALS basketball team is seeking quality players of outstanding character to tour within the United States and the world with the famous Harlem Globetrotters.

    This is an outstanding opportunity to break into professional basketball while playing for a 60 + year nationally recognized organization.

    The Generals have played in over 120 countries, making them one of the most traveled basketball teams in history and have assisted the Trotters in pioneering basketball around the world. We play the game at a very high level and push the Trotters to play their best. The Generals serve an important role in the Globetrotters tours and realize the final score does not always define winners.

    The Generals provide an excellent opportunity to pursue a basketball career, in a stable and professional environment, while receiving a competitive salary and visiting many exotic locales.

    Europe, Asia, South America and China are among locations the Generals have helped introduce basketball and continue to visit regularly. In addition, many Generals make contacts enabling them to play for professional teams, both US and international, or to secure coaching positions and professional careers.

    An ideal prospect for the WASHINGTON GENERALS can strike a balance between sports and entertainment. He must be an intelligent and fundamentally sound player, has completed all of his NCAA eligibility and is in possession of a valid US passport. Interested players must also submit references and game footage.

    http://www.washingtongenerals.com/opportunities.html Contacts: Please contact John Ferrari at jferrari@washingtongenerals.com for information.
  • ABA Professional Basketball Tryouts

    CT, CA, FL, AR, TX, VA, GA, AL, MO, TN Date: 09/30/2012
    The original ABA was founded in 1967, competing with the well-established National Basketball Association, until the ABA-NBA merger in 1976. According to The NBA Encyclopedia, its long-term goal was to force a merger with the more established league. ABA officials told potential owners that they could get an ABA team for half of what it cost to get an NBA expansion team at the time. When the merger occurred, ABA officials said, their investment would more than double.
    Ultimately, four ABA teams were absorbed into the older league: the New York Nets, Denver Nuggets, Indiana Pacers and San Antonio Spurs. Two other clubs, the Kentucky Colonels and the Spirits of St. Louis were disbanded upon the merger. A third, the Virginia Squires, had folded less than a month earlier, missing out on the opportunities that a merger might have provided.
    The ABA distinguished itself from its older counterpart with a more wide-open, flashy style of offensive play, as well as differences in rules (a 30-second shot clock – as opposed to the NBA’s 24-second clock. The ABA did switch to the 24 second shot clock for the 1975-76 season – and use of a three-point field goal arc. Also, the ABA used a colorful red, white and blue ball, instead of the NBA’s traditional orange ball. The ABA also had several “regional” franchises, such as the Virginia Squires and Carolina Cougars, that played “home” games in several cities.
    The freewheeling style of the ABA eventually caught on with fans, but the lack of a national television contract and protracted financial losses would spell doom for the ABA as an independent circuit. In 1976, its last year of existence, the ABA pioneered the now-popular slam dunk contest at its all-star game in Denver.
    One of the more significant long-term contributions of the ABA to professional basketball was to tap into markets in the southeast that had been collegiate basketball hotbeds (including North Carolina, Virginia and Kentucky). The NBA was focused on the urban areas of the Northeast, Midwest and West Coast. At the time, it showed no interest in placing a team south of Washington, D.C.

    http://abalive.com/category/tryouts/ Contacts: Director of ABA Players Clearing House: Eric Mader
    Director of Technology: Harold Whaley
    Co-founder, Special Counsel: Dick Tinkham
    Director of ABA Canada: Bill Crowdis
  • Partida de volei

    Sport Club Rio Grande Date: 12/21/2012

    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=664649564 Contacts: Whatever!
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Group tryouts (baseball, basketball, football, soccer, hockey and other sports)
Group tryouts (baseball, basketball, football, soccer, hockey and other sports)
Group tryouts (baseball, basketball, football, soccer, hockey and other sports)
Group tryouts (baseball, basketball, football, soccer, hockey and other sports)
Group tryouts (baseball, basketball, football, soccer, hockey and other sports)
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