2017-18 travel teams are posted

The 2017-18 travel rosters can be viewed at these links: Boys Girls

Please us this link for ordering travel uniforms

You can order your 2017-18 travel uniforms from Frontline Soccer at this link.

Travel League Update

The NRSC boys and girls travel teams play in the Ohio Travel Soccer League (OHTSL). The league affiliation includes certain restrictions on players that wish to play on premier teams. Travel players should consult their coach before trying out for a premier team.

OHTSL.COM

Intent to Coach Travel form

If you are interested in coaching a travel team, you must complete an Intent to Coach Travel form. When completed, please email to Larry Zajac.

Intent to Coach Travel form


Travel Coach Time Log can be downloaded here

Use this link –> Travel Coach Time Log

Travel Program Update

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Travel Coaches – Please remember that Club Technical Director Denzil Antonio is available to attend your practice sessions. Please contact him directly to arrange a session, using email or by phone using the number listed on the Contacts page.

The 2017-2018 travel coaching staff:

BOYS

2009 U9 Purple – David Capretta
2008 U10 Purple – Gary Hannah
2008 U10 Gold – Joe Trunzo
2007 U11 Purple – Kevin Rowles
2007 Gold – Dan Petrovic
2006 U12 Purple – Bryan Noviks
2005 U13 Purple – Pete Kennedy
2004 U14 Purple – Daniel Sinclair
2003/04 U14/U15 Purple – Brian Mewhinney

Boys Travel Director – Kevin Rowles

GIRLS

2009 U9 Purple – Mike Hajek
2008 U10 Purple – Lizabeth DiSiena
2006 U12 Purple – Lori Pickering
2006 U12 Gold – Lizabeth DiSiena
2006 U12 White – Vinny Calo
2005 U13 Purple – Cassie Gross
2003/04 U14/U15 Purple – Pete Ragone

Girls Travel Director – Lori Pickering


Commitment to Excellence

Travel soccer requires a significant commitment from players and parents – above and beyond what is normally expected in recreation leagues. Some of these areas include: additional practice time (2-3 days/week); travel to away games (weeknights and weekends); weekend tournaments (in and out of the Northern Ohio area); travel team uniforms; fund-raisers for tournament fees; footskill clinics. It is important to discuss these commitment issues as a family before deciding to play travel soccer.