SSC 19G 95/96 player, Genaya Loftis (Waterford) completed her first year at Division I University of Maine. Genaya was a key contributor to the SSC 18G 95/96 team that advanced to Regionals this past summer and recorded an impressive 1-1-1 record. Genaya appeared in 12 games for the Black Bears, starting 2 of them.
Pictured: Genaya Loftis with SSC DOC and Head Coach, Rob Brule after playing the University of Rhode Island this past fall.
U-10 through U-14 August 18 through 21 6:00pm to 7:30pm
The SSC 18G 95/96 Team recently participated in the 2014 USYSA Region I Championships and could not have represented the club or Connecticut any better.
The team held the #5 nationally-ranked team Beadling SC (PAW) scoreless for 55 minutes before losing their opener 2-0.
The next day, SSC fought back from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits to earn a hard-fought 3-3 tie with the 48th ranked team in the country, Rage FC Athletica (PAE). Proving to everyone at the Regional Championships, Southeast SC deserved to be there representing the best team teams from Maine to Virginia.
On the third and final day of competition, the SSC 18G Team and defeated arch-rival and CT State Cup representative, CFC Wolves (the 48th ranked team in Region I) 2-1 to earn a respectable 3rd place Division placement.
Coaches Rob Brule, Scott McMahon and the SSC 18G team end their 2014 season with a 17-5-5 record, ranked #3 in Connecticut, ranked #45 in Region I and #125 in the country.