TRYOUTS: DECEMBER 16TH 2018 / 2 - 4 PM @ VANGUARD UNIVERSITY
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Seahorses League Two team (formerly known as PDL) is part of the United Soccer League (USL) is the preeminent pre-professional division of soccer in the United States and Canada. The Seahorses have had a team in this league for 18 years and seen hundreds of players go through their program, providing a platform for players to step onto the professional soccer stage of the MLS, sending players to various MLS teams and other professional clubs around the world. More important than the high level of play, Seahorse players experience a community and a brotherhood as they learn to use soccer as a platform for the gospel, taking their summer experience and knowledge back to their schools, on to teams they coach, future employment, relationships, and life. As the Seahorses like to say, “Once a Seahorse, always a Seahorse.”
The Seahorses will begin their 19th season in 2019. Tryouts for the 2019 season will be held on the following dates:
November 18th, 1-3pm @ Biola University / December 16th, 2-4pm @ TBA / January TBA
*For the most up to date information about schedules, stats, and game locations, please see below.
More Than Just a League Two Team
Playing for the Seahorses’ League Two team is a different experience from all other League Two teams. Our players compete in one of the toughest divisions of this pre-professional league. Our program is led by A license head coach and assistant coach. While competing at this level our players are trained in sports ministry. This is something new for most. It’s a time of learning that soccer is a great platform to go and use it to be an influential player or coach. This is done with teaching in theory and in a practicum way through clinics, camps, trip to Mexico and other opportunities that the platform of soccer offers. We like to say that we bring soccer players who happen to be Christ-followers and send them out at the end of the season being Christ-followers who happen to play soccer.