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2015 Summer Fun!

Summer Soccer Camp II

Fitness Camp

 

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20th Annual Texas Lightning Puma Cup USA

July 17-19, 2015

Congratulations to these Class 4A State Champions!

Texas Lightning players representing their High School in the UIL State Soccer Playoffs. Congratulations to Bailey Crowley (00GB), Erin Clark (97GB), Lauren Otts (98GB), Daphne Hunt and Megan Jakubisin (00GB) .

 

 

Congrats to 98 Girls Carter - Presidents Cup Finalists

 

Congratulations to our 2015 Texas Lightning player who will be continuing their soccer careers in college:

Tristan Campbell - Ranger College

Ashley Felan - Cisco College

Jonathan Guerca - University of Saint Mary (KS)

Lydia Rife - Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Jacob Green - Oklahoma Wesleyan University

Aaron Webb - Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

William Hughes - Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

Victoria Martinez - Bethel College (KS)

Brianna Dyess - North East Texas Community College

Joshua Beas - University of Texas @ Tyler
Nevin Rodriguez - Cisco College
Joseph Paez - University of Texas @ Tyler
 

 

 

Texas Lightning Practice Facility
1100 Mansfield Webb Road
Arlington, TX 76002

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The Texas Lightning Youth Soccer Club was established as a 501c3 Not For Profit Organization, for the specific purpose of building a youth soccer program whose goals are to achieve a developmental program in which youth soccer players can train and compete at various levels of competition and have the opportunities to consistently progress and achieve state, regional, national and collegiate soccer accomplishments.

Realization of these goals must be accomplished within the proper framework of building character, self-esteem, confidence and sportsmanship within the youth athlete.

Achievement of these objectives can only be reached through the strength of a qualified coaching staff whose relationship with the player must be of the highest ethical and moral standards.

Texas Lightning Youth Soccer Club has helped to place numerous players on state and Regional Olympic Developmental Teams and has produced five National Team players. The Club has also helped place over 300 players into universities and colleges through soccer scholarships. Some of those colleges are Duke University, Rhodes College, Texas A & M University, West Point Academy, University of Southern California, Radford University, University of South Carolina, Louisiana State University, The Naval Academy, Brown University and many more!