Each week, LMSC honors two travel team players with our Player Of The Week Award.
November 10: Charlie Reusch, Shadi Harb
November 3: Jackson Bryan, Shayne Wahl, Shannon Heft
October 27: Maxine Wray
October 20: George Tsiotsias, Avery Arnold, Ceci Burris
October 13: Quinn Burrell, Francesca Lucchesi
October 6: Ian Heyward, Ellie Boyle
Keira Mucksavage, Julian Contract
September 29: Libby Gatenby, Alice Rieger, Lucy Souder
September 22: Ellie Wu, Gavin Le, LMSC Lost Boys
September 19: Micah Rhoades
September 14: Steven Atwater, Molly Johnson
September 7: Zeke Pontz, Danica Yusko
September 1: Andres Garces, Elijah Mencin, Anna Sturm
August 25: Cameron Schultz, Natalie Thomas
RATS (U-19 BOYS) TAKE 3RD AT NATIONALS
Congratulations to the LMSC Rats, our U-19 boys who took 3rd place at the National Championships
in Kansas. Earlier in the year, the Rats were crowned state champions.
2019 SPRING COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED
Each year, LMSC honors three coaches as their "Coach Of The Year" award winners at the conclusion of the spring season and again
at the conclusion of the fall season. Congratulations to the following coaches on being
named for this honor in the spring of 2019:
- Girls Travel Team COY: Pete Gangl
- Boys Travel Team COY: Kevin Rhoades
- Intramural Program COY: Serhat Sakarcan
- Intramural Program COY: Jamie Bregman
STORM TAKE 2ND AT REGIONALS
The LMSC Storm (U-19 girls) took second at the Region One championships, comprised of the state
champions from Maine through West Virginia. Congrats to the girls on winning the state
championship four years in a row. LMSC would like to wish the best of luck to the players
next year when they begin their college careers.
STORM WIN FOURTH CONSECUTIVE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
The LMSC Storm (U-19 girls) won their fourth straight state championship, defeating West-Mont United 7-0 in the
championship game. This is the sixth straight year that the Storm played in the state championship game.
RATS WIN U-19 BOYS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
The LMSC Rats won the U-19 boys state championship, defeating Lehigh Valley United 3-0 in the state champioship game.
This is the third state championship in the team's history.
INVICTUS TAKES SECOND PLACE IN STATE CUPS
LMSC Invictus (U-15 boys) took second in the state cups for the second year in a row. Invictus were state
champions in 2017.
LMSC LOOKING TO HIRE COACHES
LMSC is looking to hire coaches for their Travel Team Program. Coaches must have previous experience as coaches
and / or players.
If you are interested in coaching, please contact LMSC President
. Please include a
soccer resume or brief letter listing your soccer background and credentials.
LMSC ALUM DANIEL LOVITZ MAKES USA MEN'S NATIONAL TEAM DEBUT
Congratulations to long time LMSC player Daniel Lovitz who made his debut with the USA Men's National Team on January 27 when they
defeated Panama 3-0. Lovitz played for the LMSC Velez from U-11 through U-18. USA will also play Costa Rica on February 2nd.
ALEX AND EVAN'S JOURNEY FROM U-10D TRAVEL TO THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
In 2011, Alex Kades and Evan Tracy were playing on the LMSC Force, our U-10D team. Their team lost in the Delco League Division 6 championship game.
Five years later, they were playing on the LMSC Sabertooth Rats, our U-15A team. The team won the state championship as well as the Region One championship so
the team advanced to the National championships. In 2019, the Rats again were state champions and advanced to the national championship. Alex was a two time all-state
player in high school and was recruited to play Division One soccer at the University of Pennsylvania. Tracy was a two-time first team all Central League selection,
both were captains of their high school team. If anyone wants to know if people on 'D' level travel teams ever move to higher levels of play, just ask Alex or Evan.
DRIBBLING AND 1v1 ATTACKING VIDEO
LMSC has put together a 20 minute video showing basic dribbling skills taught in training sessions and practices.
This video can be enjoyed by players, parents and coaches.