The Fourth Annual WSA Community Shield Match Day Sponsored by Bill & Ruth’s will be held on Friday & Saturday, February 12-13 at WSA’s Rivercity Parks home match fields. The event will pit WSA teams against WSA teams and is sure to include several intense contests between training partners. The games will kick off on Friday night when the 95 girls and 96 girls square off, and the remaining scheduled matches will be played on Saturday and Sunday. Click here to read more and see schedule.....
WSA COMMUNITY SHIELD
The Fourth Annual WSA Community Shield Match Day, Sponsored by Bill & Ruth’s Subs in Sand Springs, will be held on Saturday and Sunday, February 13-14 at WSA’s Rivercity Parks home match fields. The event will pit WSA teams against WSA teams and is sure to include several intense "friendlies" between some teams that share a training ground. The games will kick off on Friday night, February 12th, when the 96 girls and 97 girls square off, and the remaining scheduled matches will be played on Saturday and Sunday.
The Community Shield is a WSA Tradition began in 2007 when the club decided to make an event of what many around the WSA parts consider one of sports most rivaled contests: two west side teams pitted against each other. The winner of the match receives their team name engraved on the Shield Trophy under the year of competition. The trophy bears the names of all the past winners.
In the past some great matches have been played at the Community Shield, including thrillers between the 92 boys and 91 boys, 93 boys and 94 boys, 97 girls and 98 girls, and 94 girls and 93 girls in the past two years. Some of these matches required penalty kicks to resolve the winner.
This year Bill & Ruth’s Subs has offered to sponsor the event and will allow WSA a sharing of profits for the weekend of Feb 12-13. All WSA teams are encouraged to attend Bill & Ruth’s Subs after the game to help out the club and grab a great sub, gyro, or even a steak!! BILL & RUTH’S IS LOCATED 2 miles from Rivercity
EVENT RESCHEDULED TO JAN 16th SATURDAY -- SEE NEW INFORMATION BELOW
The NIKE Sparq Physical Combine event will include a battery of standardized tests including laser testing in the 40 yd, 20 yd, and L-test, Cooper’s Test, standardized Beep Test, vertical leap test, strength test, inner core test, and others. The tests simulate an athlete’s preseason conditioning tests for college soccer, and provide a benchmark for fitness standards.
Athletes are encouraged to check the WSA Club Hotline at 918 858 3972 ext 50 for updates on weather conditions. Due to the nature of the testing, and forecasted cold temperatures the NEW DATE has been moved to an indoor facility. Only one test, the Cooper’s Test, will be administered outdoors. ATHLETES NEED TO BRING FLATS and/or RUNNING or CROSS-TRAINING SHOES FOR TESTING.
This website will also stay updated with any further changes. Presently only poor or dangerous driving conditions will force another reschedule.
Check back for more details later this week. Or visit our the "training resources" page on this website.
WEATHER FORECAST TOO COLD FOR JAN 9th -- EVENT RESCHEDULED
NEW DATE: SATURDAY, JAN 16th
10:00 a.m. -- 1:00 p.m. ** Testing intervals every 30 mins
NEW LOCATION: First Baptist Church Gymnasium, 4th & Cincinnati, Downtown Tulsa
Google Address: 403 South Cincinnati Ave, Tulsa, OK 74103-5030
Jan 1, 2010
"We meet today to thank Thee for the era done, And Thee for the opening one"
-- John Greenleaf Whittier
A HAPPY and JOYOUS NEW YEAR TO YOU and YOURS! From WSA Soccer.
The WSA 92 men, coached by Ryan Bush and Miguel Perralta, recently added another trophy to their shelf, the u18 Oklahoma Premiere League Championship Trophy. The squad finished a point ahead of Norman Celtic in the standings, and gave away only 5 goals on the season in a league that featured 4 teams placing in the SPL and two defending state champions. WSA 92 currently is ranked #2 in the state of Oklahoma in their age division.
West Side Alliance 92 men have enjoyed another successful campaign, including an unbeaten 3-0 mark at the Sportsource Showcase, and a recent unbeaten outing at the CASL Final Four Showcase. The team will next turn it sights on the 2010 State and Regional championships.
The squad currently has several players who have made commitments to colleges for the Fall 2010, and others still weighing their options. Coach Bush points to the leadership of captains Bobby Behrens and Sammie Duininck for the teams ability to maintain a consistent edge in tournament and league play. In 2009 the squad reached the state championship match before bowing out in penalties to OFC 92. After the holiday the team will turn attention to preparing for the 2010 State Tournament, hoping to one-up it’s previous performance.