RYSA is offering a new indoor program. The Homeschool Program for ages 5-18. Training will consist of learning the basic skills and knowledge of the game.
Training is Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 10:00am - 11:30am.
$10 per session
$30 per week
$120 per month
Season 1: January - April
To Register: CLICK HERE Questions? email Ashlynne Bass - email@example.com
The U11 Boys played Concorde, DeKalb United, and GSA in round robin play. The boys faced GSA in the finals of the tournament, which came down to a penalty kick shootout to become champions. Overall, the RYSA U11 Boys scored a total of 3 goals and conceded only 2 goals during the tournament. Coach Ivey Suber commented, "We really locked down on our opponents defensively and were consistent with our defensive shaping. Our attacking shaping was good and allowed us to score when we needed too. I am proud of the U11boys group, and expect great things as we move forward!! Strive to be Great!!"
The RYSA U9 Boys Blue played IAFC, GSA, and Alliance SC in round robin play. The team faced IAFC in the finals of the tournament and came up short to finish as finalists. Coach Suber commented, "Prior to a tough start in the first game on Saturday, we really locked down on our opponents defensively and were consistent with our defensive shaping. Our attacking shaping was very good and allowed us to score when we needed too. I am so proud of the boys resiliency!! Strive to be Great!!"
The Magic Continues for the RYSA Revs Elite at the Orange Classic
For the 2nd year in a row, the RYSA Revolution Elite Girls go undefeated to win their bracket in the Orange Classic International Girls College Showcase in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The Revs scored at a blistering pace, putting up 14 goals in three matches while conceding only three. The girls opened the tournament with a 4-0 victory over Oldsmar SC. The second match presented a bigger challenge to the Revs. In a rematch from last season, the Revs jumped to a quick 4-0 lead over Tampa Dynamo; however, the Dynamo responded with three unanswered goals to start the second half. The Revs’ athleticism and technical skill proved to be too much as they controlled the rest of the match, pulling away with a 5-3 victory. The Revs continued with an all-out attack for the final match. Securing the second clean sheet of the tournament with a 5-0 victory over PSL United. We are extremely proud of the girls and coaching staff as they continue to positively build RYSA’s reputation outside of the metro area.
Tragically, RYSA recently lost one of our own. A Celebration of Life for Lisa Bell was held at RYSA, Sunday, Feb. 4th. Lisa was part of the RYSA family, as three of her four children played with us over the years. CLICK HERE to view the WSB news story. We will continue to accept cards and monetary donations for the children. If you feel lead to donate, you can donate here: https://www.paypal.com/pools/c/81ka0sA4kY . For more information, contact Jennifer Crabb at 404-227-2680.