Over Thirty Years of Excellence!
PSC Wins OYSAN Club Awards
OYSAN has informed us that Pacesetter won OYSAN's Boys Club of the Year award again this year. It is a fantastic accomplishment for our Club. This achievement is made possible by the hard work and sacrifice of our Coaches, Players, Managers and Parents.
This is the sixth time we have received this award in seven years and it is fantastic that we continue to stay at the top year after year. As you all know, getting to the top is hard work - staying there is even harder! We have a fantastic group of young lads coming through our program currently, we have an excellent coaching staff and all our teams are capable of great things this spring.
What makes this even better for us is we also won OYSAN's Girls Club of the Year award for the first time! This is the first time ever in Ohio North that a single Club has won both the Boys and Girls Club of the Year awards in the same year.
With that being stated, we need to keep up the good work and continue to work even harder and smarter so we can keep getting better. I know for a fact other clubs in the state will want to knock us off the top spot next year so we can not take our eye off the ball!
-Jimmy Walker, Executive Director
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Pacesetter HS Players Earn All State Awards
We are once again proud to announce that a number of Pacesetter players have had successful fall seasons with their high school teams. Many of them were involved in getting their teams to District Semifinals and Finals.
The Anthony Wayne boys team, who made it to the State Semi Finals, has several Pacesetter players on their roster.
Jimmy Walker Executive Director at Pacesetter Soccer Club said, "We are very proud of all our area high school soccer players. It's great to see teams and individuals in Northwest Ohio represented at the end of year honors. If you look at the high school teams that do well each year, it is common to see many Pacesetter players on those teams."
On the boys side of the club, Camden Buescher (St Johns) and John Wendt (Northview) both made 1st Team All State for Division 1, with Ben Conkin (Anthony Wayne) making the 2nd Team. Alex Wagener (Maumee) was named 1st Team for Division 2, Hector Aguirre (Rossford) made 2nd Team for Division 2 and Daniel Roberts (Van Buren) made Division 3 2nd Team. Our Boys Director of Coaching Greg McElroy said, "It was wonderful to see all the success, both team and individual, that our players had in their high school campaigns this past fall."
On the girls side, both Dani Johnson (NDA) and Alyssa Heintchal(Clay) made 1st Team All State for Division 1 with Abby Allen (Anthony Wayne), Erin Bishop (Northview) and Bethany Thomas (Southview) all making 2nd Team for Division 1. Girls Director of Coaching Danny Fisher stated, "Once again, it's great to see our Pacesetter high school players being successful at the HS level and helping their teams to another exceptional fall season."
Congratulations to all our High School players and coaches!
Financial Assistance Available
Financial Assistance is available to those who demonstrate financial hardship.
Applications for 2013-2014 Seasonal year are due July 13th. Notifications will be made on or around July 31, 2013.
For more information about our Financial Assistance program, click here.
To be considered for an award of financial assistance for this seasonal year, you must complete the downloadable Financial Assistance form and submit it with all supporting documentation to Karen Pool, Club Administrator, The Pacesetter Soccer Club, 5400 West Central Avenue, Toledo, Ohio 43615. The application will be reviewed by the Board Scholarship Committee. Applicants must be willing to send proof of income and, where applicable, other evidence of need.
Through WTPSPA, PSC member families may establish a scrip program account, which will assist families is saving money toward the cost of soccer. In its inaugural year, participating member families averaged $400 in savings in less than a half year, and regular members of the program have been known to save $1,000 to $2,000 annually. An important note, PSC receives no monies from your purchases, but offers this opportunity solely for each member family's personal benefit. click for more info.