Upcoming this week . . .
In PDLplay, Whitecaps Residency are looking to bounce back from a loss against Tacoma in PDL action, as they face Spokane Spiders on Friday at 7pm and Abbotsford on Sunday at 3pm, with both games at SFU. . .
In PCSL action, the Men's Prospects take on PSSA Rapids on Sunday at 12:30pm at SFU as part of a doubleheader with the Men's Residency, while the Women's Prospects look to make it six straight wins, as they face Surrey United on Thursday at 7:30pm at SFU. . .
In the Super Y-League, all three WFC affiliate teams play this weekend, with Coastal WFC and Mountain WFC taking on Abbotsford, and Surrey WFC hosting Spokane Spiders . . .
Get the complete weekend previews below. . .
Whitecaps Residency - PDL - Premier Development League
With a fantastic 3-0 start to the season going into last weekend’s match in Tacoma, the Whitecaps Residency PDL squad stumbled to a 4-0 loss. The squad will look to rebound with their next three matches at home, including this weekend's doubleheader against the Spokane Spiders on Friday at 7pm and Abbotsford Mariners on Sunday at 3pm, with both games at SFU. The Whitecaps are currently sitting in third place in the Northwest Division of the PDL's Western Conference behind Tacoma Tide and Yakima Reds, both of whom have played more games.
PDL Northwest standings click here: http://pdl.uslsoccer.com/index.html
Whitecaps Prospects – PCSL - Pacific Coast Soccer League
With a condensed schedule of matches, coaches Bart Choufour (men) and Jesse Symons (women) have had a busy start to the season. Playing powerhouse PCSL teams such as Surrey United and Victoria United, the young Men's Prospects squad struggled out of the gates before finally getting their first win against Khalsa Sporting Club 2-1 followed by a recent 2-2 draw with Peace Arch United. The Men are back in action this Sunday when they host PSSA Rapids at 12:30pm at SFU's Fox Field.
After an opening season loss to division leaders Victoria Stars, the young Prospects Women have rattled off six straight wins to hold down second spot in the division. The women have still yet to face other top half teams such as Fraser Valley Action and familiar foes in the Tri-Cities Xtreme. The Prospects face Surrey United on Thursday at 7:30pm at SFU
PCSL standings click here: http://www.pcsl.org/
Whitecaps and BCSA WFC Affiliates - SYL – Super Y-League
With Northwest division play in full swing, notable mention goes to the undefeated Coastal U-16 Girls sitting in first place with a 3-0-0 record followed closely by Mountain's U-15 Girls with a 2-1-0 record. The exact same scenario exists in the U-15 Girls division, with Coastal and Mountain holding the first and second place spots in the league respectively. The Coastal U-13 Girls are also in first place with a 3-1-1 record in Group B. The U-14 Boys have a wide open division, with Mountain WFC undefeated at 5-0-0 and sitting in second place behind first place Abbotsford (5-1-1). The first-year Surrey WFC U-14 Boys sit in third spot with a very positive 3-1-2 record. In the U-16 Boys group, Mountain is 3-0-1 and in first spot.
With Surrey WFC having last weekend off and all four teams losing close matches against strong Abbotsford opposition on June 1, the club looks to bounce back when their U-13 and U-14 Boys host the Spokane Spiders on June 14 at 10:00 and 12:00 at Tom Binnie Field in Surrey.
Coastal WFC wrapped up a very intense two weeks with return leg fixtures against the powerhouse Washington Crossfire teams, which gave a clear indication that any qualification spots for the Super Y-League North American Championships in Florida are usually done through Crossfire. Coastal is in action again this weekend, as they travel to take on the Abbotsford Mariners on Saturday at Bateman Park, with the U-13 Boys and U-14 Girls facing off at 10:00, and the U-14 Boys and U-15 Girls playing at 5pm. On Sunday, Coastal will host West Coast Capitals at Mackie Park Sands North in Delta, with the U-14 Girls playing at 11:00am and the U-15 and U-16 Girls taking the field at 1:30pm.
Mountain WFC is fresh off a hectic weekend hosting the Washington Crossfire and Abbotsford Mariners in a combined 16 matches played over two days. In the return match this Sunday, Mountain heads to Abbotsford where all eight teams do battle at Bateman Park. Matches include the U-13 Boys and Girls 10:00, the U-14 Boys and Girls 12:00, the U-15 Boys and Girls 2:30 and the U-16 Boys and Girls at 5:00pm.
SYL Northwest standings click age group below: