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"Caravan Your Kid!"
Oct. 6, 2017
⚽️ Parents, we have two excellent opportunities to attend high level D1 and D2 soccer matches in October. We'll coordinate any kind of caravans this week with Audrey our team mom. Here are the kickoff times, teams, and locations:
1) The UF Women (9-2) host the Seminoles in Gainesville at 6:00 next Thursday night, October 12th. Admission is free, parking is easy, and sometimes the kids are allowed to great the Gators squad as they come out of the tunnel. If we get strong numbers for this, we will call off practice and band together to be there. If the numbers are small, then those players will be excused from practice as usual, to go see Florida's best female soccer players in action. Already, we know Savannah and Caitlin will be there with their families. Let's keep in touch about this outing on team text threads and here on our team website. We will coordinate families so our players can be with their own families and other Hurricanes families. Mix it up! It's a Hurricanes outing to help our players grow and learn as teammates, building enthusiasm and purpose together, watching and studying high level soccer decisions and action up close. They will hear the way top players communicate and see how to use angles, timing, decisions, and big energy through space, on both defense and attack. Seeing how physical certain decisions must be, and how much heart it takes to compete across a higher level rivalry, will put our mindset up with the best.
2) The Rollins College Tars (#17 nationally) visit the Embry Riddle Eagles in Daytona Beach for a men's soccer match at 7:00 Saturday night, October 21st. D2 men's soccer is often more physical than D1 soccer, with many amazingly intelligent players on scholarship precisely for the best education at the best smaller colleges. Rollins is known as the best private business school in the South, and Embry Riddle is renowned for producing top aeronautical engineers, pilots, and astronauts. Both schools have very intelligent, physical players who will turn on a dime for snappy decisions and bang around more than the pros do. The Tars always have a tough defense and patient passing under a crafty English head coach who played for the Tars right after Coach Miley did. Both sides will be studded with American and International standouts. Come out for a little beach soccer after lunch on our game day, and help Coach Miley root for his old school on the road!
These will be absolute team-building outings for those who can attend, even if the turnout is partial. Details will finalize for the Gators-Seminoles match by Tuesday, as we find out availability and interest. We will solidify the Daytona trip by the Tuesday practice (October 17th) that week ⚽️
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