Laureano Ruiz Association is pleased to announce that coach Krystian Witkowski is joining LRSA starting today, May 8, 2014!
Krystian Witkowski is an assistant coach with the Marist men’s soccer team. Witkowski played soccer for Marist from 2008 to 2011. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Union of Major League Soccer in the second round of the supplemental draft on Jan. 17, 2012, 26th overall. He signed a professional contract with Union on Feb. 21, 2012.
Coach Witkowski will assist both coach Attila and coach Viggiano at the club.
MARLOBORO UNITED TURKEY SHOOTOUT TOURNAMENT
December 7-8 2013. Milton Dome
ELITE PUMAS – U12 Boys Group – took 2st place.
ELITE SWANS – U12 Girls Group – took 3st place.
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Michael Oremus Annual Soccer Tournament
November 24th 2013. Milton Dome
LRSA EAGLES – U19 Group – took 1st place.
LRSA DEVILS – U17 Group – took 1st place.
LRSA PANTHERS – U13/14 Group – took 1st place.
LRSA LIONS – U11 Group – took 3rd lace.
LRSA BEARS – U9 Group – took 1st place.
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Laureano Ruiz Soccer Association is proud to announce the signing of Coach Matt Viggiano to our permanent coaching staff. Coach Viggiano is currently in his sixth year as the head coach of The Marist Red Foxes NCAA Division I school playing in the MAAC division. Coach Matt and coach Attila have a longstanding cooperation in developing and recruiting players for that coveted next level.
Coach Viggiano will become Head of Coaching for the U-14 to HS age groups and Coach Attila will coordinate the U-8 to U 13 age groups while remaining the Director Of Coaching for the association.
With this coaching additions and our expertise in soccer we can ensure the proper instruction and division of responsibilities across all age groups. All remaining volunteer coaches will maintain their roles on our staff.
Nicholas Lum one of our frequent summer camper from Toronto Canada at Sporting Lisbon Academy in Toronto.
Good luck Nick!
THE FIRST GAME
LRSA boys ready for their game at FC SINGEN 04
3 LRSA PLAYERS JOIN FC SINGEN 04
LRSA sends three new players to FC Singen 04 to start on the road of professional soccer in Germany. Pictured from left to right are Lou Montan, Sean Suppo, Sean Sheridan, coach Attila Nyiri and coach Attila Kun. The three LRSA graduates will join Mike Dominguez already in Germany who is working hard to break into the men’s team of Singen while they will play for the junior A team until they can make the transition to the men’s team as well. We wish all of our players abroad good luck and as always ask of them to make LRSA proud of them and their way of playing!
INTRODUCING DEVELOPMENTAL LEAGUES
Laureano Ruiz Soccer Association proudly presents the launch of our new In-House Soccer Program. The program will kick off at the end of August 2012 and will include a full practice and game schedule for the Fall In-house Developmental program as well as a full spring season to kick off in the beginning of April 2013.
LRSA chief advisor and honorary President Mr. Laureano Ruiz has been named as caretaker and advisor/representative to La Liga side Real Racing de Santander. Congratulations Laurano!
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LRSA / CORSO
Laureano Ruiz Soccer Association is proud to endorse, cooperate and recommend Corso as the only conditioning partner to the Association. George Corso and his wife Amy Corso are ardent believers in healthy living, immaculate preparation and professional training using specific methods developed over fifteen years, which are also endorsed by the Laureano Ruiz Soccer Association. Corso will work with LRSA to implement, oversee and carry out conditioning for our athletes who are in the process of turning professional and/or are ready according to their biological age to undergo conditioning training.
LRSA / DOVER UNITED SOCCER CLUB
It is with great pride and appreciation the Laureano Ruiz Soccer Association announces, that starting on September 10, 2011, the Laureano Ruiz Soccer Association has entered into agreement with the Dover United Soccer Club to commence club wide training. The cooperation between the two clubs promises to be a fruitful and beneficial endeavor for both as all players at Dover United will improve their soccer skills, and at the same time LRSA will be able to advance the vast soccer knowledge and LRSA method to win over even more players to the game of soccer. It is a win win situation!
LRSA / MILLBROOK
The Laureano Ruiz Soccer Academy proudly presents its new travel soccer program in Millbrook, NY; a collaboration between the Town of Washington, Giorgio Baravalle, a current LRSA coach, and The Laureano Ruiz Soccer Association Academy. This new program will mirror the philosophy of LRSA and will provide dedicated players from Millbrook with the opportunity to train year-round at Millbrook and LRSA facilities. The current age group of the Millbrook Program is 7 to 14 years of age.
LRSA / SINGEN 04
The Laureano Ruiz Soccer Association proudly announces that it has entered into a mutual cooperation with German Club FC Singen 04 of the Verbandsliga Südbaden league.
This cooperation is centered around player development, namely providing LRSA players who already turned sixteen years of age the opportunity to travel to Singen Germany and partake in a one and/or two year programs with FC Singen 04 soccer club’s youth program and be able to make their way into the first team, which is now currently in the German VI division. These players will have the opportunity to live in Germany, attend High School and learn German through the school and private tutors as well as participate in all the soccer activities ran by the club and their professional coaching staff.
The youth program at FC Singen 04 is Directed by Mr. Attila Kun who has himself fulfilled an illustrious playing career playing over 260 games in the Romanian first division, over 280 games in the Romanian National A and B teams and playing 10 times between 1971-1973 in the UEFA Cup. As a coach Mr. Kun holds the highest coaching license awarded in Europe the UEFA Pro license.
At the present time FC Singen 04 and Mr Attila Kun has contractual agreements with several big European clubs for player development. Do to the proven experience of Mr. Kun several big name clubs send their youth players for further development and place them in the care of coach Kun. These players will after their time at FC Singen 04 return to their clubs or will be sold to other European clubs starting their full fledged professional careers. It is this environment that all LRSA players qualifying for this program step into with the hope of becoming professional players in Europe.
JACK AND MIKEY OFF TO GERMANY
LRSA is proud to announce its two players Jack Reuter and Miguel (Mikey) Dominguez have successfully completed their physical and are now members of the LRSA sister club FC Singen 04 of Germany.
Before successfully making this transition Jack Reuter joined Coach Attila Nyiri’s program at the age of 13 and for four years has made the trip from Cortland to Hopewell Junction five at time six times a week. Jack’s dedication has earned him a constant place in coach Nyiri’s team but his hard work, devotion to the coach and the program, the trust and discipline in his work ethic has earned him the right to be selected as one of the players transferring to FC Singen 04 and starting this season in Germany.
Miguel (Mikey) Dominguez is another player who has joined Mr. Attila Nyiri’s program at the age of 13 and then became a loyal adherent to the club and its system of development. Before Mr. Dominguez joined the program he has played and tried several programs but found none conducive to his play and skill level but the guidance provided by Coach Nyiri and his staff as well as the program itself with it’s established soccer teaching method and system of played proved enough for both parents and player to stay and flourish within. Mikey as Jack worked very diligently and has earned the right and approval from coach Nyiri to be the other player selected to transfer to Germany and embark on the beginnings of a new footballing life in Europe.
LRSA would like to thank the players for their continued support for our club and wish them the best of luck in their future exploits both on and off the field.