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GIRLS RANKED #2 NATIONALLY

By Admin, 11/14/11, 8:15AM EST

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Recognized as Super Y-League’s Top Girls Program

TAMPA, FL – (Monday, November 14, 2011) – United Soccer Leagues recently announced the Super Y-League First 11 and Second 11 rankings for the 2011 regular season, recognizing the Richmond Kickers Girls program as one of the league’s top clubs on a competitive and administrative basis.  The Kickers Girls program ranked second on the First 11 list, claiming the honors for the third consecutive season.

The Kickers Girls program earned an overall score of 90.45, with a record of 30 wins, one tie and three losses and superior administrative marks, finishing just 1.45 points behind the Girls leading club MPS Bulldogs/Renegades. 

The Richmond Kickers U12 Girls, coached by former Kickers professional player Mike Burke, led the South Atlantic Division with a 12-1-1 record and 37 points, tallying 57 goals over the season, while conceding just 13.  The U12 Girls will represent the Richmond Kickers at the 2011 Super Y-League North American Finals December 2-6 in Tampa, Florida.

About the Richmond Kickers
Today over 8,000 soccer players participate in programs sponsored by the Richmond Kickers and partner clubs, including Ashland Youth Soccer League, City of Richmond Parks and Recreation, Goochland United Soccer Association, TOPSoccer, Elementary Soccer and Little KICKS. The Richmond Kickers Soccer Club provides opportunities for all players of all abilities and unites soccer in the Central Virginia community.  Benefits include economy of scale, consistency of coaching philosophy, professional administrative and coaching staff expertise, positive role models for youth players and a clear pathway from youth to pro for aspiring young players.

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