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Girl’s Cup Program 2012 - 13. Cincinnati United Premier. Principles of the CUP Mission Statement. Provide an environment in CUP that produces the best players in Ohio South, Region II, and the Nation Players will be developed to compete at the highest levels of high school and college soccer

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principles of the cup mission statement
Principles of the CUP Mission Statement
  • Provide an environment in CUP that produces the best players in Ohio South, Region II, and the Nation
  • Players will be developed to compete at the highest levels of high school and college soccer
  • CUP is managed and coached by professionals who will provide the necessary level of coaching and programming relative to the aspiring elite performer
cup directors
CUP Directors
  • Scott Rodgers, Executive Director
    • USSF “A” License; ODP Region II Coaching Staff; Former Division I Head College Coach; Former Division I College Player; Former National Pool Player
  • David Simeone, Premier Girl’s Director of Coaching
    • USSF “A” License
    • Regional & State ODP Head Coach
    • Former Women’s Nat’l Staff Coach – U.S. Soccer
    • Primary CUP Responsibilities U11-U20 Girls
    • Staffing, Programming, Girl’s CUP Program
training locations
Training Locations
  • Outdoor Training Locations
    • Princeton High School/ Lakota High School
    • Posey Hartman Complex
    • Grooms
  • Indoor Training Locations
    • Wall2Wall
    • Grace Chapel
training format frequency
Training Format & Frequency
  • Training Frequency
    • 3 nights per week
  • Timeline
    • 11 – 14’s Begin in August, 15 – 18’s Oct / November
    • Winter training opportunities are provided
    • Concludes in late May/early June
  • Policy Regarding Participation in Other Sports
    • Commitment level standard across the girl’s program
    • Most players at these ages participate in other sports, particularly in the winter and summer months
    • Most teams at this age expect players to prioritize soccer during the fall and spring seasons
premier program fees
Premier Program Fees
  • What services are included in the Premier Program fee that are not included in the CU Program fee?
    • Full time professional coaching and training
    • Full time professional management
    • Program specific goalkeeper training
    • Training sessions with Columbus Crew coaches and players
  • $1213 + Tournaments Expenses; Referee Fees; Uniforms (non-refundable)
    • Note – All player fees are based on a minimum roster of 18 players.
volunteer commitments
Volunteer Commitments
  • Each team family will be required to volunteer for 8 hours per year. Volunteer hours can be met in a number of ways (ie. – tournaments, registration, field clean-up, etc)
  • A volunteer is needed to act as a Parent Administrator
uniforms sv code cu08
Uniforms SV Code CU08

Full Mandatory Package - $140.80(as of 2011)

Full Home Kit - $84.65

Full Away Kit - $56.15

Current Optional Gear (not including Spirit Wear)

competition leagues
Competition (Leagues)
  • Midwest Regional League
  • OSSL
  • USYS National League
  • U.S. Club Soccer
proven successes overview player development
Proven SuccessesOverview – Player Development
  • Recognized as one of the top #21 clubs in the country and #2 in OSYSA (one point behind the OP Eagles), and #1 in the greater Cincinnati area based on development criteria
  • Since 2003, CUP has developed 155 female players to play collegiately, which is more than any other club in the greater Cincinnati area.
  • In the 2008/09 season, CU placed 15 players on to the ODP Region II Teams, more than any club in the greater Cincinnati area.
  • In the 2008/09 season, CU placed 58 players on to the Ohio South (OSYSA) ODP State Teams, more than any other club in the greater Cincinnati area.
  • In the 2008/09 season, CU placed more teams in the 2009 Ohio South (OSYSA) State Cup finals, Semifinals, and Quarterfinals than any other soccer club in Ohio South (OSYSA).
proven successes overview team development club opportunity
Proven SuccessesOverview – Team Development/Club Opportunity
  • Team Development
    • Numerous OSYSA State Cup Championships
    • Numerous Region II Championships
    • Numerous National Level Tournament Championships
    • In the upcoming spring 2010 season, CUP has a Girl’s team in the Premier Division of each age group in the Midwest Regional League from U15-U18. No other club in the greater Cincinnati area has this representation in these age groups.
2013 graduating class
2013 Graduating Class
  • Player CollegeRachael Ballish                           Belmont UniversityKelsieBolerjack                          Valparaiso UniversitySarah Byrne                               University of DaytonMichele Christy                           University of TennesseeHaley Gribler                              Lee UniversityRosemary Lavelle                        University of WisconsinKelly Neeb                                  Auburn UniversityElle Nguyen                                Northern Kentucky UniversityElizabeth Slattery                        University of FloridaHannah Walker                           Northern Kentucky University   (2012)Ashley Woolpert                          West Virginia UniversityErica Ytterbo                              Ohio University
proven successes college players 2012 class
Proven Successes College Players 2012 Class
  • Abby Bush University of Dayton
  • Hannah Walker Northern Kentucky University
  • Maggie Hare Xavier University
  • Erika Wolfer Eastern Kentucky University
  • Julia Wood Central Michigan University
  • Hayley Walter Miami University (OH)
  • Michelle Brownlee Central Michigan University
  • Michelle Jolsen Brown University
  • Kelly Mack Wright State University
  • Morgan Madden IUPUI-FW
  • Sydney Neal Miami (OH) University
  • Natalie Nusinow Butler University
  • Lauren Pratt Ohio Dominican University
  • Nicole Riveron Northern Kentucky University (track)
  • Ashley Stockton Wilmington College
  • Leah Wood Lipscomb University
  • Hannah Wimmers Earlham University
  • Erika Wolfer Eastern Kentucky University
college players 2011 class
College Players - 2011 Class
  • Annie Beard Ohio University
  • Jen Laking Tiffin University
  • Jaclyn Elmore Northern Kentucky University
  • Ashley Locke Messiah College
  • Katie Markesberry Xavier University
  • Alex Azeez Purdue University
  • Brooke Barden Purdue University
  • Carolyn Hartman Lynn University
  • Sidney Huth Bowling Green
  • Liz Finley Ohio University
  • Brooke Edwards Slippery Rock
  • Hailee Schlager Slippery Rock
  • Katie Bourgeois St. Francis (PA) University
  • Lacy Engle University of Dayton
  • Tonya Frasik Ohio Dominican
college players 2010 class
College Players - 2010 Class
  • Molly Allen Butler University
  • Mary Allen Butler University
  • Sam Arbutina South Alabama
  • Alli Backscheider Butler University
  • Kaitlyn Buczek University of Cincinnati
  • Ashley Buns Air Force Academy
  • Alyssa Carmack Bowling Green State University
  • Janelle Coates Eastern Kentucky University
  • Kim Connor Ohio Northern University
  • Taylor Dearbaugh Kentucky University
  • Nicole Donnelly Eastern Kentucky University
  • Lauren Hettinger University of Cincinnati
  • Courtney Hoenicke St. Bonaventure
  • Jessie Jarrett St. Louis University
  • Mollie Kuramoto Purdue University
  • Alexa Levick Vanderbilt University
  • Monica Melink Indiana University
  • Sammi Miller Wilmington College
  • Jenny Petree Western Michigan
  • Kristin Pierce IUPUI
  • Paula Savchenko Nova Southeastern University
  • Michelle Watson Western Michigan University
  • Carley Williams Transylvania University
  • Sanam Zahedi University of Cincinnati
  • Note – we have additional players in the age group that are finalizing their choices.
college players 2009 2008 class
College Players – 2009/2008 Class

2009 Class

  • Brianna Alvarado Old Dominion University
  • Margaux Andrews Vanderbilt University
  • Marie Argo Valparaiso University
  • Christine Brewer University of Cincinnati
  • Laura Bush Old Dominion University
  • Grace Goldman University of Northern Iowa
  • Shannon Grueter Hanover College
  • Alexis Heard Eastern Michigan University
  • Katie Johnson University of Cincinnati
  • Carly Knue Emory University
  • Lauren McMahon Wittenberg University
  • Hailey Morris Emory University
  • Deja Tennon Eastern Kentucky University
  • Madeline White Case Western University
  • Bridget Reder  Ball State University

2008 Class

  • Jackie Arroyo Ball State University
  • Becky Clever Valparaiso University
  • Erin Hammerin Butler University
  • Allie Keefer Wittenberg University
  • Melanie McGlaughlin Xavier University
  • Bethany Miller Xavier University
  • Kiley Miller IUPUI-Fort Wayne
  • Laura Painter Indiana State University
  • Cara Paxson Mount Olive College
  • Megan Reimer Gardener-Webb
  • Becca Sellars Mars Hill Colleg
  • Dori Steele Wright State University
  • Amanda Sullivan University of Indianapolis
  • Katelyn Turner Bowling Green State University
proven successes college players 2007 2006 class
Proven SuccessesCollege Players – 2007/2006 Class

2007 Class

  • Jennifer Altimier East Tennessee State
  • Morgan Barnhart Winthrop College
  • Randi Granat Urbana University
  • Ashley Green Eastern Kentucky University
  • Carolyn Gross Heidelberg College
  • Katelyn Hausfeld University of Akron
  • Megan Holthaus Earlham College
  • Susan McKinley University of Evansville
  • Brooke Rogers University of Alabama
  • Kristin Tenhundfeld Transylvania University
  • Noel Amend Urbana University

2006 Class Continued

  • Julie Kavanaugh Miami University (Ohio)
  • Casey Keefer University of Louisville
  • Kelly Kinsella Ohio University
  • Amy Lower Ohio University
  • Jessie MacLean Ohio University
  • Emily Miller University of Dayton
  • Abby Mink Wright State University
  • Emily Morgan College of Charleston
  • Cara Nielsen Eastern Kentucky University
  • Caitlin Profitt University of Dayton
  • Katy Rudokas Xavier University
  • Maddy Shumaker Eastern Kentucky University
  • Emily Speed Eastern Kentucky University
  • Lauren Steuer The Ohio State University
  • Ashley Thompson University of Louisville
  • Ashley Vaughan Wright State University
  • Olivia West University of Georgia
  • Sarah Wiggers College of Charleston
  • Chelsea Yauch Auburn University

2006 Class

  • Kristen Arnold Indiana University
  • Gillian Belfort Ball State University
  • Lorrin Bertsch Wright State University
  • Megan Bush Wright State University
  • Brittany Cummins University of Maryland
college players 2005 2004 class
College Players – 2005/2004 Class

2005 Class: Girls

  • Julie Dean Denison University
  • Andrea Bouldin Eastern Michigan University
  • Molly Buns University of Tennessee
  • Amanda Campbell Bowling Green State University
  • Kay Connelly Marquette University
  • Brianne Eisenhard Bowling Green State University
  • Amanda Gallow University of Dayton
  • Lauren Garcia Williams College
  • Betsy Jacobs Kent State University
  • Jen Johannigman University Cincinnati
  • Jessica Mello University of Louisville
  • Courtney Mink Ohio University
  • Colleen Posey University of Alabama
  • Carla Schierloh Northern Kentucky University
  • Erika Schmitt Ohio University
  • Rachel Ulrich University of Kentucky
  • Susan Loeffler Xavier University
  • Jenn Vilkoski Ball State University
  • Sarah Ash Denison University
  • Brittni Lally Alabama University

2004 Class: Girls

  • Kristen Miller Ohio University
  • Rachel Mees University North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Lindsey Carstens University of Illinois
  • Parrissa Eyorokon Purdue University
  • Shannon Chambers Troy State University
  • Sarah Gaunt University of Kentucky
  • Amanda Penter Tiffin University
  • Lindsey Price Ohio University
  • Lindsay Martin Ball State University
  • Haja Dumbuya University of Akron
  • Brittany Woods Gardner-Webb University
  • Danielle Young Ohio University
  • Kristen Thomas Indiana State University
  • Megan Garrett Wittenberg University
  • Heather Burchett Marshall University
  • Jessica Wheeler St. Francis University
  • Addie Burton Lehigh University
  • Ashley Durand Heidelberg College
  • Kara Gostisha University of Illinois
  • Courtney Robertson Cincinnati State
  • Katie Hurst Wilmington College
proven successes professional national team players
Proven SuccessesProfessional & National Team Players
  • CUP Professional Players
    • Lindsey Carstens
      • Norway
    • Parissa Eyorokon
      • Washington Freedom
  • CUP National Team Players
    • Olivia West (pool)
    • Parissa Eyorokon (U23 team)
    • Joey Haberer (pool)
    • Jay Atkinson (pool)
  • ODP State Team Players
    • Hundreds of players over the years
    • CUP is a supporter of ODP
proven successes national level tournament league
Proven Successes National Level Tournament & League
  • USYSA Midwest Regional Championships
    • 2008 CUP sent 4 teams, 2007 CUP sent 5 teams, 2006 CUP sent 4 teams
  • 2009 Midwest Regional League (MRL)
    • 17 teams
  • Disney Showcase
    • Multiple Championships - 2007, 2008
  • Raleigh Showcase
    • Multiple Championships – 2004 - Current
  • Tampa Bay Sun Bowl
    • Multiple Championships
  • Orange Classic
    • Multiple Championships – 2004 - Current
  • Annual Adidas Blue Chip participants
    • Showcase format, no championship
  • Annual Carmel Showcase participants
    • Showcase format, no championship
  • Las Vegas College Showcase
    • U-15 Girls 2007 Champions
  • OSYSA State Cup
    • Multiple Championships – Club formation – Present
  • Regional Championships
    • Multiple Championships – Club formation - Present