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LATDP Elite Winter Training Program (U10 – U13)

Learn the technical skills necessary to reach the next level!

The LATDP Elite Training Program includes four training sessions. This training program is open to all competitive and recreational players born from 2012 to 2009.

TDP is an affiliate program of the Houston Dynamo of the MLS and Houston Dash of the NWSL. Players identified from camp will participate in a Dynamo/Dash experience whereby players will train at the Dynamo/Dash facility with their current youth staff.

The dates and times for the TDP Training Camp are as follows:
Sunday, December 12th, 10 am-12 pm and 2 pm-4 pm (two sessions)
Monday, December 13th, 6 pm-7:30 pm
Wednesday, December 15th, 6 pm-7:30 pm (moved from Tuesday)

Dynamo/Dash experience dates:
Boys – January 15 & 16
Girls – January 29 & 30

Age Groups, boys and girls:
2012’s (U10)
2011’s (U11)
2010’s (U12)
2009’s (U13 – this age group  is strictly for training only; these players will be unable to attend the Dynamo/Dash experience in Houston)

At the end of the mini-camp, the coaches will convene to select the teams to attend the Dynamo/Dash Experiences. The teams will either be single or double age groups, depending on the talent. LATDP Elite/MLS Next staff will be in attendance to scout.

The cost is $125 for the mini-camp. This cost includes a shirt.

If you have any questions, please contact Kiran Booluck at kbooluck@brsoccer.org or Patrick Bueno at pbueno@brsoccer.org.

Register: LATDP Elite Training Program

Emily Evans

Delta State

Congratulations to Emily Evans of BRSC 03/04G Black and Baton Rouge United! Emily will continue her playing career at Delta State University next season. Good luck at DSU!

PLAYER PROFILE

Name: Emily E vans

Age: 17

College of Choice: Delta State University
Club Team: BRSC 03/04G Black
Current High School: Raton Rouge Magnet High School
Player Accomplishments: 

High School:
-4 Year Varsity Starter
-2 Year Varsity Captain
-BRMHS Outstanding Freshman Player 2019
-Freshman All-State Team
-D1 All-District Team 2019 2020 2021
-BRMHS Player of the Year 2021
-D1 All-District MVP 2021
-D1/D2 All-Metro MVP 2021
-All-State 2nd Team 2021
Club:
-State Cup Finalist 2017, 2018, 2021
-Louisiana United 2020
-BR United WPSL Team 2021
-TPD Elite member 2021
ODP:
-Region III ODP 2016, 2017 2018 2019
Fun Facts: I love to travel and experience new adventures.

Sideline Behavior Notice

Good Morning Members,

As we move into another weekend of games, we need to touch base on a topic of great importance. Across all levels, we have been receiving continued reports of very questionable sideline behavior from parents and coaches. This past weekend, matters seemed to boil over the top and we took the week to meet with our local Referee Association and as a staff to determine the next course of action. We want to take this opportunity to inform our members how BRSC will be moving forward with this kind of behavior.

At the PreK-2nd grade level, coaches and players are the only members permitted to be on the field. At no point is a parent allowed to come onto the field unless directed to by the coach. At this age, the kids are still learning the game. There will be pushing and shoving taking place as the kids are grouped together trying to get the ball. Feet/kicks will be flying everywhere and we understand that parents want to protect their children. Feel free to speak to the coach during a break in the play to ask them to keep a closer eye on correcting this sort of behavior with the understanding that it is expected at this age.

Further reports of parents entering the field of play to scold or approach an opposing player will involve in future canceled games for that team.

At the 3rd-12th grade level, we’ve been made aware of a disturbing number of incidents regarding referee abuse. As many teams may have noticed, the quantity of referees has decreased significantly over the course of the season to the point where the Referee Association has been unable to cover a handful of games each weekend with a referee. Simply put, referees are choosing to forgo recreational games as they simply do not want to put up with the level of complaints and abuse they receive from the sideline. As a handful of referees have told us, the kids are still learning the games, especially at the younger ages, and will often issue verbal warnings to correct things such as pushing and shoving versus blowing the whistle each time this occurs. Referees are human and will miss calls every single game. We can all do our part to be understanding that there is not a single referee out there who will never miss a call and that it is unrealistic for a referee to make every single call in a game correctly.

We want to make it extremely clear that the majority of our membership does not fall into this category. Unfortunately, those who choose to constantly berate referees, some of whom are minors, over missed calls are making it tough for referees to want to continue working recreational games. As the aforementioned handful of referees told us, they would rather work competitive games as the sideline abuse pales in comparison.

Moving forward, the Referee Association will be encouraging referees to no longer give warnings to parents and coaches at games. Referees will be encouraged to abandon games if this level of abuse continues.

We understand that many referees are still learning the game, as are the kids. However, soccer is a physical, contact sport and we can assure you that the majority of these referees are taking on this role for the love of the game and want to see nothing more than the kids having a great time. Please be sure to do your part in allowing the kids to continue playing the game we all love in a fun yet structured environment.

Best Regards,

BRSC Leadership

Middle School League

Registration is currently open for BRSC Middle School Winter League. This league gives players the chance to participate in a fun and competitive league with friends from their school. Special considerations are available to players who wish to join but do not have a team participating in the league from their school.

Learn more and register for the Middle School Winter League here.

Lundyn Ladner

Congratulations to Lundyn Ladner of BRSC 03/04G Black and Baton Rouge United for committing to continue her playing career in the D1 ranks with UTEP Miners Soccer. Picks up!

PLAYER PROFILE

Name: Lundyn Ladner
Age: 18
College of Choice: UTEP (University of Texas at El Paso)
Club Team: BRSC 03/04G Black
Current High School: University Laboratory School
Player Accomplishments: 
High School:
- Team captain
- 2021: First Team All-State, First Team All-Metro, First Team All-District
- 2021 LHSAA DIII State Champions
- 2020: Second Team All-State, First Team All-District
- 2020 LHSAA DIII State Champions
Club:
- 2021 National GA Playoffs (Oceanside California)- Houston Dash 02/03 GA
- LSA State Cup Champions 2018-2021
- BRSC 03/04G Black team captain
- Generation Adidas (trainings at Benfica and Real Madrid)
-TPD Elite member 2021
ODP:
- 6-year member of Louisiana ODP
Fun Facts: I could eat sushi for every meal, every day!
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