Rec Indoor Session II and Spring Rec Registrations Now Open!!!

2017 Board of Directors

The soccer club will be electing new members to the Board of Directors at the January 3rd, 2017 meeting. The slate of interested candidates will be compiled prior to elections, at the December 6th, 2016 Board meeting. As always, board meetings are open to all members of the club, and all club members present at the January meeting will be eligible to vote.

The Board currently has 11 members.  The maximum Board size is 15 members.

Successful Kickball Tournament

On Saturday October 29th, friends, family, and teammates came together at the fields to remember Sean Jucha, and play some kickball in his memory.  Over 40 teams....200 players, and 100 kickball fans took to the fields for a great day!

The event raised almost $3,500 in donations to The Jimmy Fund, in support of cancer research.

Thank you to all those who planned this great event, and to everyone who came out to support a great cause!

Congratulations to Cecelia Koenig!

The Greenbush Soccer Club congratulates U14 Girls Travel player Cece Koenig on winning the New York State U14 Elk's Soccer Shoot this past weekend.  This qualifies Cece for the Northeast regional, which will be held in Burlington, VT the weekend of November 4th.

The preliminary round of the Elk's Shoot was hosted at the Phillips Road Fields on August 20th.

Congratulations and good luck Cece!!!

 

Greenbush Girls Make ODP Roster

Congratulations to Mia LaPietra, Meghan Sambrook and Maddie Finn for making the New York State Olympic Development Program (ODP)North team! 

Both Mia and Meghan play on the Greenbush U15 girls team coached by Tom Bruno, and Maddie plays on the U13 girls team coached by Stephen Wendel. 

Kickball in Memory of Sean Jucha

The Greenbush Soccer Club is happy to be hosting a Family Fun Kickball Tournament in memory of Sean Jucha. 

Sean was a student at Goff Middle School and a friend to many in the community.  At the age of ten, he was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.  Sean fought the cancer for three years, determined to not let it him slow him down.  Throughout his treatment, Sean continued to excel at his schoolwork, athletics, and his many friendships.  Sadly, in August of this year, Sean lost his battle against cancer.