PLAYER DEVELOPMENT PATHWAY
PYSA was where I fell in love with soccer. I started playing soccer when I was 4, it was a great opportunity to make new friends and simply enjoy soccer. Playing club was the next level for my development. I had coaches with a higher experience in the game and the competition got much tougher. This is where I really started to learn the tactics of the game.
Brian Wolverton 2014 graduate PHHS
RIASA Soccer Academy (Leeds, UK)
2019 Graduate Cedarville University, DII
MIKE AND LAURA FORT
We saw our girls had a love for the game of soccer through REC soccer at PYSA. We decided to try out at a larger club which had higher levels of travel soccer and many experienced and professional coaches to teach and prepare our girls for the next level. With travel, our girls learned the technical side of the game, how to manage time with academics and athletics, discipline, work ethic, team work, and gained many friendships. Travel at Hoosier FC has led our girls to having success in soccer which has led to them earning scholarships to play in college. Although, the best part of travel soccer was having so much fun spending valuable time with them for many years.
Parents, Mike and Laura Fort
Shelby Fort graduated 2015 PHHS,
2019 graduate of Grace College, NAIA
Taylor Fort 2019 Graduate PHHS
Anderson University, DIII
When I was little, I really liked playing soccer at PYSA, it's what got me interested in playing soccer. When I decided I wanted to play in High School and College, I realized I needed to be playing more competitively so I could get better. Switching to a club team helped me gain the skill and competitiveness I needed to successfully play at a higher level.
Alicia Schrink 2017 Graduate PHHS
IU East, NAIA