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Force Academy Zone: OSU ’98 girls head to university en masse

Created On: March 10, 2016
They’ve won titles, dazzled recruiters, earned scholarships in Canada and USA, and now the OSU Force Academy 1998-born Girls have reinvented an old saying: when it comes to them, great things come in threes.

Futsal frenzy

Updated On: January 28, 2016
A number of local teams won division titles as the Ottawa Futsal Club welcomed over 70 teams for its annual Bob Rathwell Tournament, held Jan. 23-24 at various gymnasiums in the Nepean/Barrhaven/Riverside South area.

The (long) road less traveled leads soccer player to Team Canada

Updated On: January 28, 2016
Ottawa centre-back Alexis Martel-Lamothe and the Canadian women’s under-20 national soccer team did not allow a single goal during a dominant showing in the group stage of the Dec. 3-13 CONCACAF continental championships in Honduras, but it all came down to penalty kicks against Mexico with  a berth in next November’s FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup hanging in the balance.

OSU Force Academy Zone: OSU’s relationships with Canadian MLS clubs continue to grow

Updated On: January 28, 2016
Ottawa South United Soccer Club continues to earn more and more respect from Canadian Major League Soccer clubs as its players perform well in their next-level environments.

OSU & West Ottawa U14 boys earn historic 1-2 finish in OPDL east

Updated On: December 3, 2015
The Ottawa South United Force and West Ottawa Warriors under-14 boys’ Ontario Player Development League teams wrote yet another piece of history for local soccer this season. For the first time ever, squads from Eastern Ontario finished 1-2 in a top-tier provincial youth soccer division.

Local soccer player cracks Canada’s women’s u20 roster

Updated On: December 3, 2015
Ottawa native Alexis Martel-Lamothe was named to the Canadian women’s under-20 national team for the Dec. 3-13 CONCACAF continental championships tournament in Honduras.

New OSU college prep program readies players for varsity soccer rigours

Created On: December 3, 2015
The transition from high school to university can be difficult for any student, and that challenge is especially magnified for a varsity soccer rookie matching up against players up to four years their senior, but this fall Ottawa South United Soccer Club launched a new college prep program to help local youth players bridge the gap to the sport’s next level.

Hornets win 1st-ever Ontario Soccer Association-organized Regional Championships

Updated On: December 3, 2015
If the past season is Erick Alvarado’s only one at the helm of the under-14 Gloucester Hornets Level 3 regional girls’ soccer team, it’s one to be remembered.

European powerhouse Paris-St-Germain sets up satellite academy in Ottawa

Updated On: November 11, 2015
With a 1st-place pro club, high-scoring players and increasingly successful youth teams, Ottawa is proving to be a hot soccer market, and the latest evidence comes from the arrival of European heavyweight Paris Saint-Germain, which is setting up a year-round satellite academy in the nation’s capital.

GGs soccer seniors shadow one another in quest for national title finish

Updated On: October 7, 2015
The amount of parallels between University of Ottawa Gee-Gees women’s soccer seniors Julia Francki and Pilar Khoury is simply uncanny.

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