Showing posts from January, 2017

PDL League Update: 30+ PDL Players Invited to 2017 MLS Combine

#Path2Pro. That is the motto of the Premier Development League. Laying down the path for aspiring athletes to make it to the pros, and with the 2017 MLS Superdraft coming up on the 13th, that path may be nearing an end for some. The 2017 MLS Combine, which kicked off January 7th, featured 68 young players from around the globe looking to make it to the bigs, and with the recent addition of Atlanta United FC and Minnesota United FC, it just got a bit easier. Nevertheless, the combine is a highly competitive way of evaluating the players through full 11 vs 11 matches. Among the 68 players, more than 30 of those had some PDL experience, helping boost the idea that, if you want to make it big, the PDL is where it all begins.

Jacori Hayes - Midfielder - DC United U-23 Playing for the now-defunct DC United U-23 team in 2015, Hayes had an outstanding year, playing in 9 of the team's games, scoring 4 goals and 1 assist. Hayes was also an integral part of the Wake Forest men's soccer …

MOBA Update: PDL Tryouts Kickoff at MSA

Happy New Year, Peachtree City!
With a new PDL season fast approaching, the time has come to evaluate new talent to join returning members of last year's squad in the 2017 season. 2016 brought tremendous talent to the Peachtree City area in players such as Omar Jarun, Ryan King, Bryson Asher, Nick Spielman, Salomon Lorenzano, and late-season standout Todd Fidler, among others. With several of those players returning for 2017, the coaching staff looks to fill the roster with some outstanding talent that can give the Charlotte Eagles a fight for the South Atlantic division title.
MOBA's inaugural season was nothing to call home about, as they finished 3-9-2 on the year, good for 6th in the division. It did provide a number of exciting stories, however, including the season sweep of Tri-cities and the dramatic series against rival Tormenta FC (let's just take a moment and remember Mr. Fidler ... thank you). Look for that excitement to carry into the new year, as we look to …