Alliance Soccer Club: Welcome

Friday, February 4

Another Winner!

Alliance '99 Boys Take first and second in Lubbock Quickfoot 4v4. They have qualified for 4v4 regionals and DisneyNationals...Congrats Boys!  




 More College Signings for Alliance

Rachel Roberts: Wayland Baptist

Chelsae Lindsey: Wayland Baptist

Ashlee Lopez: UTPB

Congrats Ladies...The tradition Continues! 


Alliance teams enjoy success for Fall 2010:

'00 Girls - Kicked off their inaugural season by finishing 4th in WTPL, but came on strong at the end. Several additions for the Spring appear to have the team ready to take the next step!

'99 Boys - Once again the boys finished second behind Lonestar. They capped their fall with a Semifinals appearance in the Aces Fall Challenge in Lewisville! A tough Classic League warmup in Frisco has them primed for the upcoming Spring!

'96 Girls - Being forced to play in the Arlington Classic League and even to play a year up did not prove too tough for the girls. A win over the 1995 WT UnitedTeam combined with some other hard fought victories put them in the middle of the pack. The league should be prepared for an even better team this Spring!

'93 Girls - The "Alliance Tournament Team" began the season with a tough Arlington tournament. The Aces Fall Challenge saw the team finish in second place by taking a guest player loaded Football Factory 93 to 6 PK's in the final. A few weeks later, the team went undefeated at the Arlington college showcase tournament and played very tough, including a win over Lake Highlands DII DFW Tornados 92.


The Alliance soccer tradition continued this fall as the 99 boys finished the 2009 Fall season with a 4-0 record in the San Angelo FC fall cup, beating Triumph FC from Dallas two times and outscoring their opponents 21-0 to take home the title! The team showed their awesome potential in their victories and left the spectators wanting more! To cap it off, the 91 Girls dominated their bracket AGAIN in the SportSource Showcase tournament in Plano. Convincing shutout victories over TFC 92 and Impact 92 combined with an unfortunate tie against Arkansas Rush were a treat for all who watched. UNFORTUNATELY, the girls couldn't play the teams from the other bracket and ended up in 2nd place overall. They were, however, the only West Texas team to place! Congratulations to both teams for VERY successful Fall seasons! In total, the teams finished the season with a first and second place league record, and were champions in 4 of 5 tournaments, with a 2nd place finish in the fifth! It is obvious that, the sky is the limit for...


Another Championship!

The Alliance 91 Girls fresh off of another West Texas Premier League championship (9-1-0) took home the championship trophies in the Waco HOT Soccer Fall Classic. The team finished 4-0 with an impressive goal differential of 18-0. Way to go ladies on ANOTHER Alliance championship!


Congratulations to the Alliance 99 Boys for a very successful first season going 9-1-2 and taking home second place in West Texas Premier League! The future is bright for this very talented team! 

 The Alliance 99 boys went 3-0-1 in Las Cruces to take home first place in The Whole Enchilada Classic. The boys played great soccer while outscoring their opponents 13-2. A final close and hard fought game showed what the team is made of in a 2-1 victory over the El Paso Athletic Academy.


After losing a close first game the ladies ran off 4 straight victories to take the title, while outscoring their opponents 14-3. The weekend was capped off with a shutout of the favored Canadian Valley 91/92 Girls!

 It was a great weekend as everyone contributed valuable minutes. In the end the score sheets showed what a threat the team will be as goals were scored by Rachel Roberts, Rachel Ramos, Dusty Westlund, Kourtnye Chandler, Chelsea Taylor, Emily Morris, Emily McBryde, Hailie Vasquez, Brooke Hankinson, and Serena Pinter.

The defense, anchored by Molly Barham with Jessi Gonzalez and Ashlee Lopez on the outsides allowed only 3 goals and virtually no opposition attacks as they enabled the offense to dictate virtually every area of the game.

Kelsey Foster played the majority of the minutes in the goal and was rarely challenged. With valuable minutes added by Katie Stewart the two combined to make some crucial plays on those very rare opponent scoring opportunities.

Overall the team showed tremendous teamwork, confidence, and energy as they played their way to the title.



Rosters, photos, and new info will be added soon, check back often!



All 5 Alliance seniors sign to play college soccer!

Ali Morgan - University of North Texas

Meg Morgan - UT Dallas

Tesla De La Pena - UT Permian Basin

Saide Moya - UT Permian Basin

 Victoria Martinez - Texas Lutheran

Once again, Alliance soccer is a success!


Mike Rodgers

John Vincent      

  Lisa Roberts 
Season Ends With Domination at SportSource Showcase in Plano
With only 11 regular players, the Alliance 90 team went to Plano for the SportSource College Showcase and came away with a more than impressive 3-0 record with 9 goals scored to 0 goals given up. The team brought in 5 guest players, 2 from Midland, 2 from Corpus Christi, and 1 from Louisville, Kentucky and with no practice time dominated three quality teams:
Alliance 90 1 - Sting 91 0
Alliance 90 3 - Dallas Texans White West 0
Alliance 90 5 - SA Lady Lions 0
The girls played amazing and showed numerous college coaches and fans what true soccer really is. It was truly an impressive display of speed, skill, and aggression. Thank you to the following guest players:
Breck Paz - Odessa, TX
Jade Babcock - Midland, TX
Maggie Cohen - Louisville, KY
Gabby Perales - Corpus Christi, TX
Beth Villareal - Corpus Christi, TX

                    2008 Fall Season                                                 Scores 

                                                                                           Us      Them
     Alliance vs SA Valkries @ 3:00 pm.                        0            0
9-25       Alliance vs WT United 91 @ 6:00 pm                      3            1

10-05    Alliance vs A. Shockerz @ 12:00 pm                        3            0

10-12       AM Shockerz 90 vs Alliance @ 2:00 pm                                 3                0

10-19      Alliance vs L. Lonestar 92 @ 11:00 pm.                                   6               0
               Alliance vs A. Lightning @ 5:00 pm.                                        7               0
0-26     L. Lonestar vs Alliance @ 12:00 pm                                         3               1

              L Ballistic vs Alliance @ 2pm                                                    3               1

10-30    WT United 91 vs Alliance @ 6:00 pm                                        8               0

11-02 A. Lightning vs Alliance @ 12:00 pm.                                         2               0
          Alliance vs L. Ballistic @ 4:00 pm.                                              0               0

11-09 SA Valkries 91 vs Alliance @ 12:00 pm.                             1             0     

Practices at Hogan Park Field #2, on the north side of the complex, and practice schedule is as follows:               Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7pm to 8:30 pm.

 Alliance Wins U-19 Division - Arlington Labor Day Shootout!

Going undefeated against East Tx Elite (1-0), Shreveport Enfuego (1-0), GP Arsenal (2-1) and Diamond SC (3-0) resulted in another Alliance championship trophy.  Congratulations girls!

Results to date
August 24th - Lose to Angelo State University  0 - 3.  The Rambelles looked tough.  The Lone Star conference better watch out.
August 24th - Tied the SA Valkyries in a followup game to ASU 1 - 1.
August 19th - Tied UTPB 2 -2.  Great game, great crowd.

Spring Recap

Hardin Simmons University 7 v 7 tournament - A win, a tie and a loss weren't enough for the team to advance in one of the strongest fields in recent history.
Defeated UTPB 1-0.  On a night with 70 degree temperatures and no wind, the Alliance fans were treated to an excellent display of soccer.  An early Alliance goal stood up for the duration of the game.
Frisco Shawnee Trail Shootout - Can you say "fatigue"?  The Sunday semi-finals went to a shootout after a full game (45 minute halfs) and a 20 minute overtime.  Alliance kept their composure and won the shootout.  After a 30 minute break, the finals began.  The girls fought hard against a rested DFW Tornado team and came within one minute of going into their second shootout of the day.  That's right, another full game plus overtime.  Congratulations Alliance, we are proud of you.


The Fall season included two wins and a tie against college teams, the WTPL championship and an undefeated showcase schedule against top teams.  Way to go Alliance! 
Date Opponent      Score          (Us - Them) Comment
    Eastern New Mexico University        2 - 0 Lone Star Conf. (Div. II)
     University of Texas - Permian Basin        1 - 1 Heartland Conf. (Div. II)
2-Sep   McMurry University        5 - 0 American Southwest Conf. (Div. III)
9-Sep   San Angelo Valkyries 91         2 - 3 WTPL
9-Sep   Lubbock Ballistic 90        7 - 0 WTPL
13-Sep   WT United 90        7 - 0 WTPL
30-Sep   San Angelo United 90        6 - 1 WTPL
30-Sep   San Angelo Valkyries 91        2 - 1 WTPL
7-Oct   WT United 90        5 - 1 WTPL
14-Oct   Lubbock Ballistic 90        4 - 0 WTPL
14-Oct   Amarillo Shockerz 90        4 - 1 WTPL
21-Oct   San Angelo United 91       14 - 0 WTPL
21-Oct   Amarillo Shockerz 90        1 - 0 WTPL
28-Oct   San Angelo United 90        4 - 0 WTPL
28-Oct   San Angelo United 91        7 - 0  WTPL
23-Nov   Sting West 89/90        2 - 2 Lake Highlands Div. II
23-Nov   CYSL Texas Rage        4 - 1 EDDOA Div. II
24-Nov   Solar 90        2 - 0 Lake Highlands Div. III
12/1/2007   S.A. 90 Lady Lions Red        4 - 1 San Antonio Div. I
12/2/2007    Edmond SC 90 White        2 - 0 4th ranked team in OK.
12/2/2007     Texas Lightning 90 White        2 - 1 Arlington Div. I

  Alliance win 3 at Sports Source Jr. / Sr. Showcase, Dec. 1 and 2 and remain undefeated in Dallas Tournaments since TX Cup 06.  

"It is what it is." - KW

Texas Cup Results - "How do you like me now!!!"

Alliance advances to qtr. finals @ TX Cup with 2 wins and a tie. Qtr. finals cancelled due to weather/ref issues, against STing West 89-90 formerly DFW Tejanos 90 Elite, CYSL Texas Rage, & Solar90.

2007 Fall U-19 WTPL Champs (11 - 1)


2-0 Victory over Eastern New Mexico University

1-1 tie vs. UTPB

5-0 Win over McMurry University

2007 - 2008 Season Summary
The Alliance 90s are Champions of WTPL fall season (11-1). they remain undefeated in Dallas Tournament play since a loss in their 1st game back @ TX Cup 2006. They began their pre-season with a convincing 5-0 win over McMurry University over the Labor Day weekend. They also won over Eastern New Mexico University (2-0) and tied with UTPB (1-1) to start the season.

2006 - 2007 Season Summary

Team defeats Div. I and II Lake Highland teams and ties Oklahoma regional champs at Dallas Spring Classic
Team reaches finals of Hardin Simmons 7v7 tournament after defeating Abilene Christian, UTPB and Mary Hardin Baylor
Won San Antonio Labor Day Tournament
Won Fall WTPL with a 12 - 0 - 0 record
Invited to play in Super Division at the Texas Cup. Team goes 2-1-1.
Team members receive ten 3-5A All-District honors, including Defensive and Midfielder players of the year


The ladies played some awesome soccer over the Easter weekend. With 2 wins and a draw against some tough competition, the team showed that West Texas has some socccer talent. During the showcase the girls defeated FC Dallas East 89 on Friday with a shut out, 4-0. On Saturday they hung in there and capped off a win with a late goal to defeat FC Dallas 89, 2-1. The final match was a hard fought 1-1 draw against a worthy Hurricane FC Elkington from Tulsa, OK. WAY TO GO LADIES!! We're very proud of y'all. Also, special thanks to our guest players!

Texas Cup Results -
The team had another strong finish at the Texas Cup. After 2 years of winning the Gold division, the team was invited to play in the U-19 Super Division. During bracket play, a 2 - 1 win over the FC Dallas East 89 team was a game that had fans and college coaches talking. The win was not enough to advance in bracket play (combined with a 1 -1 tie against the Bloomfield, Colorado Blast Red and a 0 - 1 loss to the Little Rock Futbol FC 89) , but the team won the consolation game over the Austin Capitals by a score of 4 - 0.

The season ends with a San Antonio tournament win over Labor Day, an undefeated WTPL season and a 2-1-1 record at the Texas Cup.

Another tournament win!
The team travelled to San Antonio over the Labor Day weekend and were able to defeat teams from Austin, Houston and the host city to come home with a 1st place medal. While winning the U-18 Gold division, the team scored 23 goals while allowing only one.

WTPL 05-06 Champions: 16-1-2

Congratulations 87's
HIGHEST Point Total @ Spring Classic!!
Finish Tournament with 3-1-0 record

87's Win TX CUP...AGAIN!!
The 87s won the Gold U-19 division in the Texas Cup for the second straight year. Outstanding defensive play earns 6 shutouts while offense scores 17 goals.

90s Win Granbury Tourney
Behind a tough defense and an opportune offense, the Alliance 90 team went undefeated in the John Obre Memorial tournament.

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