Week Three: Scoring Goals and Jingling Bells

Every time a Pink Ladies goal is scored an angel gets its wings ... GHS was outplaying the aptly named Chaos United on Sunday but having difficulty finishing. The score remained close despite the fuchsia superiority, and when it seemed like a force field was keeping the ball out of the Chaos goal, Pink veterans showed their savvy and skill. A kick-in in ... read more

Week Two : Catching hot

Pneumonia. It's what you get when you don't put on your hat and mittens. It's that bubonic plague-like affliction that means certain despair. Or if you're Anna Rollender, it means you score three goals and serve one goal-of-the-week candidate assist in your team's dominating five-goal clinic against Brookline. The veteran missed training on Wednesday but ... read more

Week One : Biting Into the Season

The season's regular season kicked off with the Club's first ever U9 team, which chomped right into the campaign by winning the "V competition," much due to the aplomb of Junior Player of the Week Nia Hislop. The lone returning match team player in her side, Nia led with voice and example and led all players who are not coaches in V's to lead her team to ... read more

Academy apprentices aplenty

Pink Ladies Futsal Club is excited to announce that six senior players will serve as apprentice coaches in this year's Monday Academy program! Brenda Rice, who has worn Pink longer than any other player, returns for her third season with the Monday program. She is joined for a trio of years by teammates Tessa Hanselman and Lauren Rayson, also long-time ... read more

New Summer Program : Soccer, Futsal & Beach Soccer !!!

Summer. Sunshine. Warm weather. Perfect for soccer. Perfect for something exciting and fun! Coaches Jason Miller, Daniela De Sousa, Jeff Lamy and Soorena Farboodmanesh will bring their passion, creativity and experience to a new summer program -- one designed to help female players ages 14-18 develop their skills in a fun, safe environment. The program ... read more

Week Fifteen Review : Solo Champions

Annie Jiménez, who never met a shot she didn't like, promised that she would score a hat trick during Saturday's U12 Central championship match. Nevermind that most nine-year-olds don't know what a hat trick is, Annie is a talented player with a unique knack for putting the ball in the goal. Which she did three times, once to open the game, once a gamewinner ... read more

Week Fourteen Review : Keeper Brace and Lots of Carbs

Not in eight years had a Pink Ladies goalkeeper scored twice in a game. Although some had made their share of forays into the attacking half of the pitch over the years, the sum of Pink goalkeeper goals is measurable on one hand -- most by former keeper Noga Rogel, also a longtime and accomplished outfield player. A new benchmark was set on Sunday as ... read more

Week Thirteen Review : Twice the Rice

When it comes to players of the week, it might as well be a wedding or a sushi factory because there's Rice is all over the place. Saturday afternoon is was Caoilin the Younger, scoring career goals number 75, 76, 77 and 78 against the first-place LPDA White, three times giving Wambach the lead and the other leveling. She was a threat to score or assist ... read more

Week Twelve Review : 100

Less then three minutes into Sunday's Seleção match with JP Renegades, Emily Majeski spun in the left attacking corner, marked tightly by a Renegades defender. Curling backward Rabies dropped a pass toward Katie Abbott near the halfway line. One quick touch toward the goal and an inside-of-the-foot laser later, and and history was made. No Pink Ladies ... read more

Week Eleven Review : Pow!

Segundo pau. Second post. That's where a high number of goals are scored in futsal -- one player attacks from an angle and draws the goalkeeper's attention while a teammate lurks at the back stick and finishes the pass from the teammate. A segundo pau paragon occured Saturday when Gabriella Walsh passed to Meg Rainis in the left corner of the court. With ... read more

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