SC WAUKESHA PLAYER YOUNGEST FEMALE TO EVER SIGN WITH MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
Playing college soccer has been Kylie Sprecher’s goal since she was eight years old, when she first fell in love with the game.
That dream is slated to come true after her August verbal commitment to join Marquette in the fall of 2017.
“I picked MU because of the connection I felt with the coaching staff and with the school. I had a lot of fun on my visit and really enjoyed the family atmosphere that MU has as a school and especially as a soccer team.”
Family influence played a role in Sprecher’s love for the game, as her mother played college soccer under head coach Greg Ryan at Wisconsin. She’s eager to improve and develop as a player at the Division I level.
“MU is a very competitive and successful program and it will challenge me to always play to the best of my ability,” Sprecher said. “I am excited to keep working hard and have the opportunity to hopefully contribute to the program’s ongoing success when I get there in 2017.”
Sprecher is the youngest recruit in MU history and the first verbal commitment to Marquette’s 2017 recruiting class.
SC WAUKESHA U16 GIRLS BLUE WIN 3RD STRAIGHT STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
The SC Waukesha U16 Girls Blue team won their 3rd straight Wisconsin State Championships by winning in the final 2-0. The girls have now won 15 straight games at the Wisconsin State Cup.
Wisconsin holds the U15-U18 Girls Championships in Fall. The U13-U14 Girls and U13-U18 Boys Championships are in the Spring.
SC WAUKESHA U15 GIRLS BLUE WIN 3RD STRAIGHT STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
The SC Waukesha U15 Girls Blue team won their 3rd straight Wisconsin State Championships by winning in the final 2-1. The girls are now a perfect 15-0 in games at the Wisconsin State Cup.
SC WAUKESHA U13 GIRLS BLUE TEAM WIN FIRST PLACE AT INVITATIONAL
Congratulations to my SC Waukesha U13 Girls Blue team for coming in 1st place at the Chicago Fire Quaker Invitational this weekend!
SC WAUKESHA FURY U10 WIN FIRST PLACE AT CHAMPIONSHIP
Congrats to U10 SC Waukesha Fury on their 1st place championship at the Chicago Fire Quaker Invitational in the U11 bracket.
SC WAUKESHA U16 GIRLS BLUE TEAM WIN USA WORLD CUP
The SC Waukesha U16 Girls Blue team won the Schwan's USA World Cup.
SC WAUKESHA U15 GIRLS CHAMPIONS OF ECLIPSE SELECT CHALLENGER CUP SHOWCASE
The SC Waukesha U15 Girls Blue team won The Eclipse Select Challenger Cup Showcase in Waukegan, IL August 8-10th.
The girls had an exceptional tournament competing against some of the top ranked MRL and ECNL teams not only in our region but around the Country.
In 5 games the girls outscored there opponents 10-1.
SC WAUKESHA PLACES MULTIPLE TEAMS IN FALL MIDWEST REGIONAL LEAGUE
Congratulations to the following SC Waukesha teams that will be participating in the prestigious Midwest Regional League (MRL):
SC Waukesha U13 Girls Blue-MRL Premier Qualification Division
SC Waukesha U14 Girls Blue- MRL First Division
SC Waukesha U15 Girls Blue- MRL Premier 1
SC Waukesha U16 Girls Blue- MRL Premier 1
SC Waukesha U17 Girls Blue- MRL Premier 1
SC Waukesha U18 Girls Blue- MRL First Division
SC Waukesha U13 Boys Blue-MRL Premier Qualification Division
SC Waukesha U14 Boys Blue- MRL Premier 1
MRL placements for our U15-U18 Boys teams have not been released yet. U15-U18 Boys play Midwest Regional League in Fall.
SC WAUKESHA U15 GIRLS TEAM ADVANCES TO MIDWEST CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS
SC Waukesha U15 Girls Blue team advances to the finals of the Midwest Regional Championships after a 1-0 win. They play 6/25 at 7 a.m. with the winner advancing to Nationals in July. Good luck girls!
SC WAUKESHA TEAMS ADVANCE TO MIDWEST CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINALS
Congratulations to the SC Waukesha U15 Girls Blue and SC Waukesha U16 Boys Blue teams for advancing out of group play to Semi-finals of the Midwest Regional Championships. Both teams play June 24th in Dayton, Ohio. If they win they will advance to the championship game on June 25th.
SC WAUKESHA ADDS VETERAN COACH
Vitalis “Digi” Takawira played professionally as a striker and attacking midfielder in Zimbabwe, Switzerland and the United States. He began his career in 1989 playing for the Dynamos where he was leading goal scorer for five seasons. “Digi”was the top scorer in the Zimbabwean First Division three times and won the African Golden Boot in 1994. In 1995, he began playing with FC Winterhur in Switzerland before his final move to the Kansas City Wizards (now known as Sporting Kansas) of the Major League Soccer (MLS) of the United States. “Digi” had an awesome start to his MLS career, scoring in his first game (which also represented the first goal ever for the Kansas City Wizards in the MLS). He went on to make 110 appearances, scoring 29 goals, before he moved to the USL team Milwaukee Rampage in 2000. After a four year period with the Rampage (involving 70 game appearances scoring an impressive 39 goals), he moved indoor playing for the Milwaukee Wave until ending his career. “Digi" has over 11 years of coaching experience. He is known and respected for his ability to develop young players. He has coached many teams to win State Cup, most recently he won back to back State Cups in 2012 and 2013 with his boys team.
CONGRATS TO SC WAUKESHA COACHES, GIULIANO OLIVIERO AND NICK VORBERG, ON BEING NAMED HEAD COACH AND ASSISTANT COACH FOR THE MILWAUKEE WAVE
Congrats to SC Waukesha Coaches, Giuliano Oliviero and Nick Vorberg on being named Head Coach and Assistant Coach for the Milwaukee Wave. We are excited for them and thrilled that they will be continuing their roles of Director of Coaching and Academy Director with SC Waukesha.
GROUNDBREAKING FOR ONE OF OUR NEW TURF FIELDS
Exciting day for SC Waukesha as we just attended the ground breaking for one our new turf home fields at Waukesha South this morning. This is the first of the three stadium fields that will be completed this summer. Waukesha West and Waukesha North to start right after the girls high school season.
SC WAUKESHA ADVANCES SIX TEAMS AT STATE CUP
Six of the eleven teams that SC Waukesha sent to the Wisconsin State Cup advance. Congratulations to the SC Waukesha teams that are advancing to the Wisconsin State Cup Semi Finals and Finals next weekend:
U13 Girls Blue; U13 Boys Blue; U14 Girls Blue; U15 Boys Blue; U16 Boys Blue and SC Waukesha U19 Pumas.
AGREEMENT WITH WAUKESHA SCHOOL DISTRICT INCLUDES 3 STADIUM TURF FIELDS
SC Waukesha is thrilled to announce that it has entered into a ten-year agreement with the Waukesha School District ensuring field needs for the club including three turf fields.
Due to the tremendous support of the SC Waukesha families and their fundraising efforts, SC Waukesha’s donation to the Waukesha School District allows them to reach their fundraising goal enabling turf fields to be put in at Waukesha West, Waukesha North and Waukesha South’s stadiums. In return SC Waukesha will use the three stadium turf fields for U11 and older games and some training opportunities. Also included in the agreement is usage of additional fields for training.
“Our focus at SC Waukesha has been on providing quality coaching and high level of play. At the same time we have been working diligently on improving our field facilities. We will now have the best facilities, with three turf fields, along with the best coaches in the state. We are proud to be a partner in the Waukesha community assisting Waukesha School District with meeting their fundraising goal,” stated Shan Amini, Executive Director of Soccer Operations for SC Waukesha.
SC Waukesha strives to offer the over 1,000 youths in the club the opportunity to learn the game of soccer in a safe environment. With guidance from trained coaches and personnel, children ages 4 and up can join SC Waukesha’s recreational and competitive teams to have fun and learn the fundamentals of soccer.