As teams begin to submit game change requests, we would like to remind everyone of the process listed in the Important League Reminders and is copied below. A Game Change Request Formmust be completed and returned to the league office by the requesting team. If approved, teams will receive a game change notification from WAGS. The form can be found on our web site at www.wagsl.com under “Forms”. The link is attached for your convenience. http://www.wagsl.com/forms/index_E.html
Getting Started with Team Access - Team Name -Deleting Old Staff - Adding New Staff
Create Roster - Printing Game Day Cards - Game Day Card Process on Game Day - Sportsmanship Rating
Why is my game rescheduled for December 1?
If your team has a game that has been canceled, it will be placed on December 1 until both teams agree on a new date, time, and location. This process is to inform the referees and teams that the game will not be played. Teams will have 72 hours to agree on a new date (per the Important League Reminders). Please fill out and sign the game change form that can be found here - http://www.wagsl.com/forms/index_E.html. Submit the completed game change form to the WAGS Office.
State Cup and Presidents Cup Conflicts
Procedures for Requesting Reschedules
State Cup is about to begin in Maryland and Virginia! If your team has a conflict with a WAGS game, please click (+) for instructions on requesting a reschedule.
WAGS Member Club Profile Series - Springfield South County Youth Club
Second in year-long series profiling our POD clubs
In celebration of our 40th anniversary, WAGS continues it’s Member Club Profile Series with Springfield South County Youth Club, a longtime WAGS member club and a member of the WAGS POD program. At present, 10 clubs are participating in the POD program, a “club-centric,” non-results-oriented initiative which stages U-9, U-10 and U-11 age group matches at the same venues on a club-by-club basis to foster an improved coaching and player development environment. Using a club pass system, players are able to move up and down in levels to maximize their growth and progression and develop their skills in the optimal manner. More club profiles will follow in the months ahead, along with a range of other commemorative events planned throughout the year.
The new WAGS website will be launched in the coming weeks to coincide with the kicking off of the 2014 Spring Season marking WAGS 40th Anniversary. There will be a new feel and functionality to the website. In addition, there will be further updates to the programming as we move through 2014.
WAGS Member Club Profile Series - Lee-Mt. Vernon Sports Club
First in year-long series profiling our POD clubs
In celebration of its 40th anniversary, WAGS is kicking off a Member Club Profile Series with Lee-Mt. Vernon Sports Club, a longtime WAGS member club and a member of the WAGS POD program. At present, 10 clubs are participating in the POD, a “club-centric,” non-results-oriented initiative which stages U-9, U-10 and U-11 age group matches at the same venues on a club-by-club basis to foster an improved coaching and player development environment. More club profiles will follow in the months ahead, along with a range of other commemorative events planned throughout the year. Read the profile
Age Groups: U11-U17 Girls Only
Location: Morven Park Leesburg, VA
Brackets: 1 Bracket per age group; 16 team max
Qualifiers: Top 2 teams in each age group will qualify for the main WAGS Tournament in October
Application Deadline: May 10, 2014 or until brackets are filled
How young is too young to commit to a college soccer program?
Does anyone really think that committing to college soccer as a middle schooler is a good idea? Yet, this is where we are, and it’s getting a lot of attention. Continue reading this article from Dr. Wendy LeBolt.
WAGS salutes another bumper crop of college soccer commitments
Washington Area Girls Soccer Leagues continues rich tradition of player development
REISTERSTOWN, Md. – The Washington Area Girls Soccer League is proud to congratulate the many players from member clubs who have signed National Letters of Intent to continue their soccer careers at the collegiate level (see a partial list below).
Starting with National Signing Day on Feb. 5, this month marks the final stage of the transition from youth to college competition for 2014 high school graduates. Dozens of WAGS players make this step each year, continuing a tradition that stretches back some four decades and includes innumerable standout players like U.S. Soccer icon Mia Hamm and current U.S. Women's National Team standout Ali Krieger.
The Washington Area Girls Soccer League strives to provide experiences that will be benefit and enhance the development of players. Starting in the fall of 2013, WAGS will be accepting nominations for a WAGS All-Star team from current U13 and U14 Division 1 & 2 teams. Selected players will create a team that will travel to London, England in August of 2014.