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8th Grade Boys - Open Division
Coach Matt Stadnyk
Front: (left to right)
Eli L, Aidan K, Josh S, Carter C, Joey S
Coach Klostermann, Blake K, Coach Sciortino, Michael L, Tyler I, Brayden G, Gavin L, John S, Coach Stadnyk, John W, Carter B, Coach Winka
5th Grade Boys
Coach Paul Lancia
(Left to Right): Jackson L, Noah Z, Connor G, Tyler T, Chase W, Jake W, Coach Barry, Jett J, Ethan B, Raphael S, Adam W, Coach Turken, Ishaan B, Matt L, Owen U, Wyatt L, Matthew B, Andrew H, Coach Lancia, Bryce S
Soccer is open to all boys and girls, Pre-K through High School, who meet AT LEAST ONE of the following criteria:
Open players that do not meet any of the above criteria, will not be allowed to play at Ascension under any circumstances.
Team formation can be a sensitive subject, as some players and parents want to play on a specific team or with a specific coach. Parents cannot choose their team. We try to accommodate requests where possible, but we have established Team Formation Guidelines for coordinators to use in forming teams. When registering for an Ascension team you can request to play on a certain team or with a certain player, but we cannot guarantee we can accommodate all requests.
It is the Director or Grade Coordinator’s responsibility to form the teams at a given grade level… not a coach of a team at that level. Please do not ask the coaches if your child can play on their team.
Below are some of the considerations for team formation.
The team the player was on the previous year.
The school the player attends.
The number of players assigned to each team at the grade level. We try to keep the number of players on a team consistent across the teams when possible.
Ascension does not conduct try-outs or allow coaches to hand-pick their teams.
Ascension Soccer has entered into a partnership with Sporting J.B. Marine SC for our Pre-K program. To be eligible for this program, participants must be age 4 by July 31st of the current year.
The primary objective of the Pre-K program is to provide an enjoyable, low-key introduction to soccer for our players.
Training League (PreK - 1st) $110 per player
The Ascension Soccer Program will provide a shirt for all players. Parents are responsible for purchasing socks and shorts.
CYC League (Grades 2-8) $140
All participants must obtain a CYC ID card. It is ideal to get one for each sport played in the same season (volleyball, baseball, and soccer). You can securely apply for a CYC ID Card online at www.cycstl.net.
The Ascension Soccer Program will provide team jerseys and shorts for all players. CYC requires the WHOLE team to wear the same socks. Parents are responsible for purchasing the specific socks as decided by the coach/team.
All jerseys and shorts must be returned to the head coach at the end of the season. Please follow the care procedure provided by your coach and remember that these jerseys will be used by others in future years. Only wear the jerseys for games and not as play clothes. Also, please change before eating or drinking as stains are very difficult to remove. A fee may be assessed for damaged uniforms at the discretion of the Athletic Association.
All parents are encouraged to volunteer in our Soccer Program as a Head Coach, Assistant Coach, Team Manager, practice/game helper, or party organizer. If your team already has a Head Coach, please ask him/her what you can do to help the team. Or contact the appropriate Soccer Coordinator for details on how to help. Parent Participation helps with the success of our Soccer program!
Each volunteer (coach, assistant coach) must fulfill their Archdiocese obligation by being compliant with the guidelines listed below. Non-compliance means we cannot accept volunteers that we greatly appreciate and need to make our Ascension programs successful.