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BC United Soccer Association teams qualify to compete in championship games

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - The BC United Soccer Association is a local soccer club, and home to over 200 players, boys and girls alike, representing multiple communities and school districts across New York and Pennsylvania; Binghamton, Chenango Forks, Chenango Valley, Corning, Dunmore, Elmira, Maine Endwell, Painted Post, Sayre, Scranton, Syracuse, Union Endicott, Vestal, Waverly, Whitney Point and more.
 
This past weekend, four of their Premier Level Teams; 3 Girls Teams (’01, ’03, ’04) and 1 Boys Team (’00), were crowned among the best with each of these teams winning the 2018 NYSWYSA (New York State West Youth Soccer Association) STATE CUP Championship.  

These teams competed against and outperformed NYSW’s other top teams in this past weekend’s Final Four Matchup Play, Cortland NY.  

Moreover, these teams, as well as an additional BC United Boys Team (’02) have now qualified to compete in the US Youth National Championship Series Region I Play in Fredericksburg, VA at the end of June, where they will face teams from New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut and more.  

And, their Premier ’01 Girls, by finishing at the top of their division in January’s National Youth Championship League Play in Bradenton, Florida, headed back to Texas in July for the National Championships.  

Several of the players are committed to continuing their soccer careers, already committing to play at the collegiate level.  

Notable programs to include Binghamton University, Villanova University, Manhattan College, Xavier University, Siena College, University of Buffalo and more.
 
The league has a synergistic relationship with Binghamton University’s Division I Soccer Program.  

Paul Marco, Binghamton University Head Men’s Coach serves as the club’s Director of Coaching, and BU Men’s Soccer Asst. Coach, Tommy Moon and BU Women’s Asst. Coach, Jackie Firenze, are at the helm of the BCU ’00 Boys and the BCU ’01 & ’03 Girls Teams, respectively.  

The BC United Family recognizes the value in having a Division I Program in our own backyard, and the ability to foster a relationship with such a highly regarded program and well-respected professionals.


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