The Colorado Storm Competitive program is always looking for ways of improving its player identification and developmentally appropriate player placement. To this end, we firmly believe the body of work is a greater indication of a player's current level than any given moment. With this in mind, the Colorado Storm would like to clearly communicate its new placement procedures and expectations for the 2017-18 teams being formed this summer.
Sunday, October 22, 2017 from 1:00-2:30 pm at Gates Complex
Sunday, October 29, 2017 from 1:00-2:30 pm at Gates Complex
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Please contact Jeff Rogers with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
In our quest to provide the highest level of competition and exposure to college programs for our U15-U19 boys the Colorado Storm is pleased to announce its acceptance into the newly formed ECNL Boys League. This is an exciting opportunity for our highest level teams to compete Regionally and Nationally in front of hundreds of college coaches and National scouts. The Storm is one of 7 teams in the Texas Division and we expect teams in this league to have 4-5 out of State trips during the season which begins in January of 2018. All ECNL players will be allowed to play for their high school teams.
ECNL tryouts are June 3rd and 4th and by invitation only. After ECNL tryouts each player will be offered a spot on the ECNL team or a Storm
For more ECNL League information -- http://www.boysecnl.com/
All Storm players not invited to ECNL tryouts need to attend the U15-19 Boys Open Tryouts on June 7th and 8th. These tryouts are open to ANY 2003-1999 age player and
2003 "8th Grade" Fall Team
Due to the USYSA mandated change to the 'birth year" team formation, this creates a Fall season void for the 2003 players who are not yet in high school. Again, this is not a Colorado Storm initiative and affects EVERY club and association in the country. 2003 8th grade players will attend the open tryout discussed above like every other player. They will be placed on a "Spring" team (ECNL, Academy, Select, etc.). We will then examine the pool of 8th grade players and create as many teams as possible based on the overall number of players and talent level. It is our hope to have at least two 8th grade teams for a better distribution of talent, but again, it is contingent on the overall available pool. The team(s) will play in