Boys SOccer

Head Varsity Coach Brian Horvath email
For in-depth boys soccer information, please visit www.LHNsoccer.com

 

2017 Awards

5th Place Catholic High School League

MHSAA District Champions

All Catholic - Ronnie Shore

All League - Steven Soboslay

CHSL Scholar Athlete - Jack McKeown

All District - Noah Fiehn, Ryan Hecker, Jack McKeown, Carter Moldenhauer, Colin Moldenhauer, David Mueller, Adam Racey, Christian Riley, Joey Shore, Ronnie Shore, Steven Soboslay

District Coach of the Year - Brian Horvath

All Region - Ronnie Shore, Steven Soboslay, David Mueller, Ryan Hecker

All State - Ronnie Shore, Steven Soboslay


 

Varsity

Junior Varsity

 

2018-2019 Summer Dates

Open Soccer begins Tuesday, June 19th, 6pm-7:30pm-ish.

July 1st  through July 7th is dead week at Lutheran North, meaning there cannot be any athletes on campus or any contact with the coaches. Rest up!

Oakland Team Camp: Anyone who was a part of the Reserve/Varsity team for the season (if they are trying out the next season) will be invited to join us for team camp on Oakland’s campus.   July 27th, 28th, 29th

Forms for the camp can be found here.

Tryouts begin August 8th. Program wide 3v3 Tournament, 10am. Program meeting as well.

The annual tournament at Detroit Country Day will likely be August 17th and 18th.

 

Conditioning Week

Forms

All players will be required to turn in the forms listed below before they can tryout.

1) A physical (see a doctor)

2) Concussion awareness form

3) Accident Insurance Waiver

 
Days of Conditioning: Subject to change depending on Oakland’s Team Camp

Day 1 (July 31st) of conditioning is at Lutheran North, 9am-12pm.

 Day 2 (August 1st) is at Stony Creek, West Branch, Parking Lot B 9am-12pm.
Day 3 (August 2nd) is back at Lutheran North, 9am-12pm
Day 4 (August 3rd) is at Stony Creek again.  Eastwood Beach.  9am-12pm

Day 5 (August 6th) is the last day, back at Lutheran North, 9am-12pm.

 Expect athletes to be done by 11:30am each day. I have planned until noon to allow for stretching or in case we get behind.

 

Tryouts

IF YOU PLAN ON TRYING OUT FOR SOCCER, IT IS EXPECTED YOU ATTEND
CONDITIONING WEEK.

What to bring to tryouts?

  1. Strong work ethic

  2. Positive attitude

  3. Character and a team centered attitude

  4. Cleats and flats (in case it rains), shin guards, socks, etc.

  5. Hydration

Freshman are to wear white colored shirts all three days          

Sophomores are to wear yellow colored shirts all three days    

Juniors are to wear red colored shirts all three days

Seniors are to wear grey colored shirts all three days

What will tryouts consist of? 

You will play small/large sided games in which your soccer knowledge, understanding, and tactics are tested and judged.

You will also be tested in 10 different areas:

  1. 40 yard dash (Expected times 4.5-5.5)

  2. Beep Test (research online: Expected Score: 10)

  3. 2 Mile run (Expected times: 15 minutes)

  4. Standing Broad jump (Expected jump: 6-10 feet)

  5. Shooting (shooting at 10 targets in 60 seconds)

  6. Passing (10 passes at 10 targets in 60 seconds)

  7. Juggling (Expected score: over 100 in three combined attempts)

  8. Dribbling (Expected time: Under 25 seconds)

  9. Push-ups (Expected score: Over 50 in two minutes)

  10. Sit-ups (Expected score: Over 65 in two minutes)

Athletes are NOT required to earn specific scores to make any team.

These numbers allow us to compare/contrast between athletes, but more importantly to show improvements from one year to the next.