MSC Stallions 98: Welcome

Tuesday, August 20
Welcome to the Stallions 98 Page

The MSC Stallions 98 is Montgomery Soccer Club's premiere soccer team for girls born on or after August 1, 1998 and was MSC's Team of the Year for 2013.

The Stallions 98 participate in Washington Area Girls Soccer League (WAGS - Division 1) and MSYSA State Cup as well as various tournaments throughout the year. The players come from a dozen different public and private high schools in Montgomery and Howard County and includes current and former ODP players, Varsity & JV players, Scholar-Athletes award winners and even a ballerina and several black belts.

As the players move through High School, Coach Delgado and the Stallions are focusing on creating opportunities for those who want the opportunity to play soccer after high school and, for those who may not, working hard and supporting those who do.  

For players interested in joining the Stallions 98, please see the information under our "Tryout" Tab. 



Tryouts for 2015-2016 Season Announced!

The Stallions 98 will hold tryouts on the following dates and times for players interested in joining for the 2015-2016 season:  

  • May 21 7:30 - 9:30 PM 
  • May 26 5:30 - 7:30 PM
  • May 28 7:30 - 9:00 PM 
  • June 2 5:30 - 7:30 PM (Callbacks, if necessary)

To Register for tryouts and to confirm location, please email team administrator Michael Howson at Please include player name, player or parent contact information, date of birth, current club/team and high school and the tryout dates you will be able to attend. Players are encouraged to attend on two separate dates, if possible.

In addition, players may also contact Coach Gus Delgado at

The Stallions 98 are always interested in skilled players with the talent, drive, attitude and commitment to play elite level soccer now with an eye towards playing beyond high school. As a team and individually, the players put a lot of effort into being high-level athletes and exceptional people. The Stallions 98 play a showcase-oriented schedule and is a good fit for players who want a highly competitive environment and to be surrounded by likeminded girls. Players interested in playing with or guesting for the Stallions 98 for the 2015 Spring season are encouraged to talk to the coach or team administrator and come to a training session. The Stallions will be training at least twice week continuously for the spring. Although plans for 2015-2016 are not yet set, the Stallions expect to continuing training in the fall even as the girls play their HS schedules and play in several late season showcase events.

For parents - the team is self-administered and costs are kept reasonable for teams at this level.  The Stallions 98 draws players from a dozen different area high schools in Montgomery and Howard counties. Please contact team administrator Michael Howson at with any and all questions.