Pacesetter Soccer Club is pleased to announce the appointment of Dan Evans as Director of Youth for the club. Dan will be taking over from Sean Kaighin, who recently accepted a position at Marietta College. Dan comes to us from Australia. Evans has held similar roles at different clubs across The United States and Australia. He served as Technical Director/Youth Director for Soccer Domain Academy in Massachusetts. There he also worked for the State Association of Massachusetts as an Assistant Technical Director as well as Head Coach for the Olympic Development Program. In his home country, he worked for the Australian National Association as a regional coach and coach educator. He also served as Director for Stirling Lions FC in the Australian National Premier League. We are excited to have Dan as an addition to our club. Dan will bring a wealth of coaching expertise to our youth players and youth coaches. Dan will be arriving in the States on August 25thand will start his role on August 27th.
Here is the great opportunity to do a little team bonding before the 2018-19 games kick off for the season.
Friday Sept 7th, 7pm @ Cochrane Stadium
Falcons will be taking on the Michigan St. Spartans.
Pacesetter Soccer Club is proud to announce our acceptance into the Ohio North Premier League starting in the Fall of 2018. Pacesetter is one of the few clubs that was selected to be a part of this premier league!
Ohio North Youth Soccer is excited to announce the Ohio North Premier League will begin play this Fall. The inaugural members of the club-based league are Cleveland Soccer Academy-United SC, Greater Toledo FC, Internationals SC, Pacesetter SC, Pittsburg Riverhounds, Team Challenger North and Team Challenger South.
The league will offer boys’ and girls’ competitive divisions for the 10U, 11U and 12U age groups.
Participation is both Performance and Standards driven and steered by the member-club directors.
Performance criteria include a Top-10 club ranking at the most recent Ohio North State Cup, as well as a Top-10 ranking in the 10U through 12U levels of the most recent Ohio North State Cup.
Standards criteria include minimum coaching requirements for club directors and team coaches; the club-wide integration of players and teams; and the expectation to develop players within the “Constructive” ideals of the US Soccer Player Development Initiatives. “Constructive” soccer is defined to include Shape, Building the Game through the Goalkeeper, Rhythm, Mobility, and Compactness.
The league includes five “must-play” weekends per season and is a year-round competition.
Expansion is open to all clubs demonstrating the minimum standards.
M - 9am - 3pm
T - 9am - 3pm
W - 9am - 2pm
Th - 9am - 3pm
F - 9am - 12pm