97 Lady Lobos Blue: My Site News

Wednesday, October 20
    
Champs - Birmingham Bash 2010
 
Girls Under 14/15 W L T Pts GF3 GA3 GD3
01. CSA 97 Lady Lobos Blue (TN)   3 0 0 25 6 2 4
02. BUSA 98 Elite   2 1 0 20 7 3 5
03. BUSA 97 Select Girls (AL)   1 2 0 9 2 6 -4
04. Chelsea Ice Breakers (AL)   0 3 0 1 1 5 -5
   
 
  October 2010
400    Sat  Oct 9 12:30 pm BUSA 98 Elite 1-2 CSA 97 Lady Lobos Blue Sportsblast Field 2  
403    Sat  Oct 9 6:30 pm CSA 97 Lady Lobos Blue 1-0 Chelsea Ice Breakers Sportsblast Field 4  
405    Sun  Oct 10 11:00 am CSA 97 Lady Lobos Blue 3-1 BUSA 97 Select Girls RATHMELL SPORTS PARK LOWER Red Diamond  
    

Finalist - 2010 adidas® SoccerElite Fall Championship 

 

 

Team  MP    W     D     L     GF    GA    Pts  
 1: JACKSON UNITED XTREME (MO)   3 3 0 0 8 2 9
 2: CSA 97 LADY LOBOS BLUE (TN)   3 2 0 1 8 3 6
 3: RIVER CITY UNITED SC RAPTORS 97 (AL)   3 1 0 2 8 4 3
 4: CSA 97 LADY LOBOS WHITE (TN)   3 0 0 3 0 9 0

 

Saturday, September 11, 2010
  CSA 97 LADY LOBOS BLUE  2          RIVER CITY UNITED SC RAPTORS 97  1 
         
  CSA 97 LADY LOBOS WHITE  0          CSA 97 LADY LOBOS BLUE  5 
         
Sunday, September 12, 2010
  CSA 97 LADY LOBOS BLUE  1          JACKSON UNITED XTREME  2 
           

     Champs 2010 Pepsi® Collierville Invitational Tournament

  

 Team  MP    W     D     L     GF    GA    Pts  
 1: CSA 97 LADY LOBOS BLUE (TN)   3 3 0 0 8 2 9
 2: BARTLETT SC BARTLETT S.C 97 GIRLS (TN)   3 1 1 1 3 5 4
 3: CSA 97 LADY LOBOS WHITE (TN)   3 0 2 1 3 4 2
 4: MAUMELLE SC DRAGONFLIES 97 (AR)   3 0 1 2 1 4 1
 
Saturday, September 11, 2010
  CSA 97 LADY LOBOS BLUE  2          RIVER CITY UNITED SC RAPTORS 97  1 
         
  CSA 97 LADY LOBOS WHITE  0          CSA 97 LADY LOBOS BLUE  5 
         
Sunday, September 12, 2010
  CSA 97 LADY LOBOS BLUE  1          JACKSON UNITED XTREME  2 
 


Friday, August 20
Lady Lobos Blue 3 vs Lady Lobos White 2

2010 CIT Tournament

Lady Lobos Blue 3 vs Lady Lobos White 2

Talk about turning up the heat! With temps well above 100 degrees for most of the weekend, our ladies kicked off the 2010 season in fine fashion. On Friday night, when early struggles against our sister team equated into a 2-nil halftime deficit, Head Coach Amy Morrison and Assistant Head Coach Alexis Boyd coached up our girls during a rousing halftime speech. The Blue would keep hammering away at the goal during the second half and would split the net 3 times and eventually prevail against a very determined White squad 3-2. Robyn Pennella, Chase Mangrum, and Shanna Beyer scored in the winning effort. Anna Pacer turned in an outstanding performance as keeper.  

Jim-8/23/10

Photos courtesy of R. Russell, and R. Sokol http://97ladylobosblue.shutterfly.com/



Saturday, August 21
Lady Lobos 2-Maumelle Arkansas 0

2010 CIT Tournament

Lady Lobos Blue 2 vs Maumelle Arkansas 0

Saturday morning would see the return of the heat and a second day of tough competition, this time from a squad from Maumelle, Arkansas. Our girls went up 1-0 early on the Lady Dragonflies on a goal by Shanna Beyer. The rest of the half went back and forth with excellent defense turned in by both squads. As the teams battled the heat and extra hydration requirements, girls on both clubs benefitted from frequent substitutions and added breaks. A mandatory, but welcomed break was instituted by the tournament organizers after each 15 minutes of play.

As the second half commenced, legs weary and the sweat pouring down, our girls managed to strike once more on a goal by Madison Studstill. Anna Pacer and her defensive unit led by Lauren Nulph, Holland Heinz, Robyn Pennella, and Kendall Cunningham pitched a shutout for the first time this season. Congratulations also go out to a hustling midfield unit, led by Sabrina Elsey, Sara Fay, Alex Russell, Carson Sewell, and Emily Sokol.

Jim-8/23/10

Photos courtesy of R. Russell, and R. Sokol http://97ladylobosblue.shutterfly.com/



Sunday, August 22
Lady Lobos Blue 3 vs Bartlett SC 0

2010 CIT Tournament

Champion

Lady Lobos Blue 3 vs Bartlett SC 0

Sunday afternoon would be hotter than each of the previous two. Bartlett Soccer Club would come knocking at the Home of the Lady Dragons, Collierville High and present the ladies with a determined challenge. The teams battled most of the first half in a high paced match. The ice was eventually broken in the first half when Shanna Beyer received a crossing pass from Cullen Crocker and soundly rattled the goal to go up 1-nil.

Sunday also was a chance for our squad to show our character on the field when an unfortunate collision occurred and a Bartlett player was injured. Our girls quickly slowed the play, took a knee, and waited until the young lady was assisted by medical personnel. After the game, the Bartlett Head Coach was complementary to the team and of the level of sportsmanship everyone has come to expect from the Collierville Soccer Club.

After the whistle starting the second half, a very unusual and spectacular goal was made from the inbound corner kick specialist Emily Sokol. Emily was able to bend the shot on an angle that caught the right corner post dropping softly into the side of the net. Forwards Kelsey Ball, McKenzie Holmes, Cullen Crocker and Chase Mangrum kept the pressure on the Bartlett ladies with their pressing style of play and passing skills Later that half, Madison Studstill received a pass in stride from the always hustling and spirited McKenzie Holmes and turned right and buried her left foot into the Adidas size 5 for the final mark of the game. The defensive effort was outstanding for the entire match, Anna Pacer, Leah Keel, Robyn Pennella, Holland Heinz and a host of other dominated plat for a second game in a row and received high praise from the coaching staff.

Jim-8/23/10

Photos courtesy of R. Russell, and R. Sokol http://97ladylobosblue.shutterfly.com/pictures

 



Monday, August 9
Water Intake

Water Intake for Athletes:


 

 

WEIGHT(LBs)

WATER(OZs)

8 Ounce Glass

80

60

7.5

90

67.5

8.33

100

75

9.3

110

82.5

10.25

120

90

11.2

130

97.5

12.2

140

105

13.1

150

112.5

14.2

160

120

15

 

 

In heat 75 degrees or higher, add 1-2 glasses per hour of sport participation.

 

Ex: if you weight 140lbs - you should be drinking 14-15 glasses of water within 24 hours of participating in your sporting event.

 

These kids, on average, need to drink 1-3 glasses of water per hour while not at camp - at least 1-2 per hour during camp. I would recommend one sports drink prior to, (gatorade or similar), and 1 after. This varies with weight obviously, the older kids need the higher amount, while the younger kids don't sweat as well, their bodies don't need the high amounts, hence the weight chart.

 

See urine chart for further "biofeedback"

 

Hope this helps 

 

Lyndsie M. Coleman
Club Coach / College Soccer Counselor
Collierville Soccer Association
lyndsiecoleman@colsoc.com
(870)974-2760