Salt Lake Scorpions: Welcome

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Salt Lake Scorpions (SLS)

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Coach Horn
As of July 1, 2012- SLS has just completed our indoor/outdoor training/playing facility and have changed our name to USL Soccer. Please see the Utah Sports Lodge web site for Leagues Indoor/outdoor training and more. 


Salt Lake Scorpions was organized in 2001 with the idea of providing a more unique and personalized soccer experience for players. 

The goal of SLS is to provide excellent ball handling and soccer skills essential to players and teams. Superb ball handling and mastery of these skills is seen in virtually all players who have gone through SLS training.

Players with ambition to play Jr. high, high school, or college will find SLS very beneficial. Coaches of these organization will not ask what club did you play for, how many games have you won, but rather what can you do and what can you offer to this team?

SLS will provide players with the confidence and training to meet these expectations. Where it goes from here will be up to each individual player.

Having Coached 65 teams and more than 1100 players, I have seen many go on and do great things in soccer and in life. No matter what your ultimate goal is, one thing is certain, soccer is about much more than kicking a ball around on the field. The life lessons to be learned are invaluable! Players learn what it means to make a commitment and keep it, the rewards of hard work, the value of dedication & persistence, how to work through failures & disappointments and how to work together as a team. The character building opportunities will last a lifetime no matter what future plans hold.

Those players and families that come to the program willing to follow it 100%, take pride in the program and become fiercely loyal to their teammates and coaches are the ones that will see their soccer career go as far as they choose it to go. We invite you to join us today!

-Coach Rob Horn
Head  Coach for 65 teams, over 1100 players, 1800 games & 3600 training sessions
Former coaching soccer  course instructor at the Univeristy of Utah
National "D" License
Director of the Ice Breaker Soccer Tournament held in St. George Utah
Trained players and developed soccer leagues in Taiwan ROC
BA in Chinese
Licensed Sports Massage Therapist (17 years) Former UCMT Instructor

 


Salt Lake Scorpions Welcomes You!

If you are interested in being a part of the SLS Soccer Organizaiton please email: slssoccer@gmail.com



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Lexi Krantz
Tuesday, May 25
Former Player Lexi Krantz U of U Recruit

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Michelle Erickson

Much of the success I have acheived in soccer, I owe to Rob Horn and his competitive soccer program. As a coach, Rob was masterful in teaching me the necessary skills to compete at the premier level. He also taught me the importance of being dedicated to the sport, gave me the desire to work hard and instilled in me the determination to be the best soccer player I could be. Thanks rob !

-Lexi Krantz
Recruited by the University of Utah Women's Soccer Team
Two time 5A all-state selection for the Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News
Varsity team captain and named Most Valuable Offensive Player

Former Player Michelle Erickson Westminster Recruit

Rob Horn has taught me a lot of different things that I have been able to use in my life. He has taught me dedication, respect, basic skills, leadership, and responsibility. Whether it was at practice or a game, I learned to be dedicated to the sport, to my team and my coach. I have developed a great skill base to work and progress from. Through Coach Rob's practices and drills, I was taught basic soccer skills that have helped me become the player I am today. While playing for coach Horn, he trained me as a team captain. I learned leadership skills and responsibility for my team. It has been my privilege to train under Coach Horn.

-Michelle Erickson
Recruited by Westminster
All conference Defender
All State Honorable Mention





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