Travel Program

HYSA Travel Program
HYSA will be holding tryouts for all levels of their travel program which will play in the Fall 2017-Spring 2018 South Jersey Soccer League/South Jersey Girls Soccer League Season.  Competing in the SJSL/SJGSL will offer your child a higher level of competition than he or she will see in our rec program.  Additionally, the team will be trained weekly by our professional training partners, Atlantic Soccer Factory/Philadelphia Fury in preparation for the 10 game Fall and 10 game Spring Season. 

New Jersey Youth Soccer now used the players Birth Year to define the player’s Playing Year.  For example, if your child was born in 2010, he or she will be a U8 player for the Fall/Spring Season. The ages for the upcoming season are as follows:

Your child need only attend one try-out date to be considered for a roster spot.  However, your child is encouraged to attend all try-out dates.  Please call or email @ either 856-366-0418  or with any questions.  You can contact our coaches listed below.

The Tryouts will be held at the Boyer Avenue Complex – Fields 2, 3 and 4, 1137 Moss Mill Road, Hammonton, NJ.

The tryout dates for all ages are as follows:

U8(2010) - Steve Furgione -

U9(2009) - Matt Mull -

U10(2008) - Brandon Watson -

U11 (2007) - Marco Schiano -

U11 Silver(2007) - Paul Hroncich -

U12 (2006) - Paul Massey -

U12 Silver(2006) - Matt Mull -

U14 (2004) - Charles Larosa -

U15 (2003) - Geoff Gollihur -

U12 (2006) - Jessica Carr -

U14 (2004) - Monica Newton -

Is your son or daughter interested in our Travel program?


Interested boys and girls can tryout for the appropriate-age teams (if there is space available):

Please contact the Boys or Girls Travel Rep below to get in contact with the proper coach:

 -Boys travel: Matt Mull
(Boys Travel Director)

 -Girls travel: Paul Massey
(Girls Travel Director)

Although HYSA strongly suggests your child try out for the appropriate age group for which he or she is eligible, exceptions may be made where younger children are allowed to move up to an older age group.
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