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Bridgewater Soccer Association (BSA) is excited to announce that it has entered into a strategic alliance with PDA (Players Development Academy), the leading youth soccer training organization in New Jersey, and one of the leading youth soccer organizations in the country.
U11B Hotspurs reach New Jersey National State Cup Finals
Congratulations to the Bridgewater Soccer Association’s U-11 Hotspurs for making the final game and taking 2nd place of the New Jersey National Championship State Cup. The Hotspurs came back from a 2-0 deficit to tie the game 2-2 at full time, but lost 4-2 in overtime.
It’s an exciting achievement for the BSA Hotspurs to reach the last two teams in the state and rub shoulders with the top programs in New Jersey.
Well done to; Alex, David, Devin, Diego, Dominic, Logan, Lucas, Matthew, Nestor, Jalen, Rahul, Valentino. The team is trained and coached by Dan Adams and Nestor Cabrera.
U-14 Girls team reached the NJ Youth Soccer State Cup Finals
The Bridgewater Soccer Association's U-14 Girls team reached the NJ Youth Soccer State Cup Finals this fall, eclipsing their prior year achievement of reaching the Semi-Finals.
We are looking forward to seeing these girls play for the BR Panthers at the High School level next fall, as they have been playing together for the past 6 seasons.
Bridgewater Soccer Association (BSA) is excited to announce that it has entered into a strategic alliance with PDA (Players Development Academy), the leading youth soccer training organization in New Jersey, and one of the leading youth soccer organizations in the country. This initiative will provide the chance for BSA to recommend its top players for evaluation by PDA and will create opportunities for all BSA players to attend certain training sessions with PDA professional trainers. BSA believes that through this new affiliation with PDA, BSA will continue its mission to offer a truly outstanding soccer experience for local youth players in Bridgewater and Somerset County, one that is focused entirely on development and growth of the youth soccer player. BSA is thrilled about this opportunity to work with PDA to build the best development platform for its youth soccer programs.
Dan Adams (BSA Coaching Director) stated, "The BSA-PDA affiliation will allow our club the chance to identify talent and give players the opportunity to excel toward the very highest level of youth soccer both in the USDA Boys academy system and in the ECNL for the girls. The BSA board is committed to enriching and building the complete soccer experience for its players. This is a relationship that is being made for purely soccer reasons and to build a healthy soccer network in our local area."
Sam Nellins (PDA Director of Operations and Boys Academy Director) Stated "It is with great excitement that we partner with BSA and Dan Adams. Having a club right on our doorstep which exercises the same thoughts and ideas in and around player development will allow for a thriving partnership. We look forward to the day when the very best BSA boys and girls make valuable contributions to our ENCL girl's teams and our Boys Academy Program. We look forward to hosting BSA players and coaches to our PDA training sessions and sharing ideas. Being so local excites us and we look forward to working with BSA to enhance player development in Somerset County"
Bridgewater Soccer Association (BSA) recently awarded its annual scholarships to three young township soccer players.
Eric Finn, Rob Tobia and Gareth Williams played with BSA from U8 to U17 and also played prominent roles last fall on the Bridgewater Raritan High School Varsity team.
Each year BSA awards scholarships to outstanding soccer players who have been members of the club for many years, displayed good character and played Varsity soccer.
This fall Eric, Rob and Gareth will attend Montclair, Maryland and Seton Hall Universities respectively.
Tim Kassel, BSA President, who is pictured here congratulating the boys on their awards, was their coach for several years.
BSA has been the preeminent travel soccer program in Bridgewater for over 25 years. Most of the players on the Bridgewater Raritan High School varsity teams are graduates of BSA’s trainer-led programs. For more information go to www.bridgewatersoccer.com