MSC Spring 2022 Recreational Registration is Now Closed!!!
The USYS Mid-South Conference has released their brackets and schedules for this upcoming season. A total of seven MSC Teams will embark another season competing across the Southern states in multiple playdates around Mississippi and Alabama.
The Mid South Conference is one of 13 conferences that fall under the scope of the National League and operate at a multi-state level — providing high-level competition on a consistent basis at a targeted local level (Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, and the parts of the Florida panhandle). The Mid South Conference’s top divisions (both team-based and club-based) offer its teams an opportunity to qualify for the 2022 US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Championships, which are held annually each summer. All teams within the Mid South Conference have the opportunity to qualify into National League P.R.O. for the next seasonal year, but also take part in the National League Showcase Series, which provides teams with a chance to play cross-conference matches in a national setting with increased exposure to college, professional and national team scouts
These are the teams that will compete at the regional level:
2008 Girls Elite- Premier I Division
2007 Girls Elite- Gulf Coast Division
2006 Girls Elite- Gulf Coast Division
2008 Boys Elite- Gulf Coast Division
2007 Boys Elite- Gulf Coast Division
2006 Boys Elite- Gulf Coast Division
2005 Boys Elite- Gulf Coast Division
USYS Mid South Conference just released the Best XI teams for the 2020-2021 season.
The list contains the players selected to the Best XI teams for their standout play in most recent season of the US Youth Soccer Mid South Conference.
Head coaches within each Premier I Division used a post-game voting process to select players deserving of recognition for their performance on the field.
This past weekend the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee have joined together in hosting an ODP South Combine event. This event was held in Memphis @ the Mike Rose Complex June 4-6, 2021.
The purpose of this combine is to further identify players for the upcoming Regional ODP Camp. USYS ODP and MLS Academy scouts along with college coaches attended this event.
Individual players were invited by their respective state ODP program directors to attend this event.
We are proud to be able to have the following players participate at this event:
-Lexie Anderson (2009 Girls Elite)
-Josie Pathoumthong (2008 Girls Elite)
-Vincenzo Jeanfreau (2005 Boys Elite)
-David Bottner (2006 Boys Elite)
- Cruz Beleto (2004 Boys Elite)
- Eliana Candebat (2006 Girls Elite)
Our MSC Lakers Elite 03's won it's 5th Louisiana State Cup after a 2-0 result against LA Fire 03B Red played at Northlake Christian School on April 15th. Both goals were scored by Thomas McDavid.
Our MSC Lakers Elite '03 will travel on June 17th-June 24th to Greenvile,SC to represent the State of Louisiana and compete at the 2021 US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Championships.
After one of the craziest seasons in recent history due to the pandemic, our 9 teams in the club playing in the highest level of LCSL qualified to play in the Louisiana State Cup played at Moore Park during Memorial Day Weekend. We want to thank Louisiana State Association and Cajun Rush for hosting a great event to conclude the 2020-2021 season.
Here are the results of our 9 teams that played in the State Cup:
2003 Boys Elite- State Champions
2003 Girls Elite- Finalist
2006 Boys Elite- Finalist
2008 Girls Elite- Finalist
2007 Boys Elite- Lost in Semi-finals
2004 Girls Elite- Lost in Semi-finals
2004 Boys Elite- Lost in Quarter-finals
2005 Boys Elite- Lost in Quarter-finals
2006 Girls Elite -Lost in Quarter-finals
For the 4th time in the last 5 years, MSC is the most winning club in Louisiana Competitive Soccer. This year Mandeville's boys and girls combine for 5 State Champions at the highest competitive level in Louisiana Soccer. Congratulations to all of our coaches and teams for all their hard work throughout the year.
2019 State Cup Champions: