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Oly Town Artesians name Nate Salveson Technical Director
Oly Town FC / WISL

Oly Town Artesians name Nate Salveson Technical Director

TUMWATER, WA– The Oly Town Artesians are pleased to announce that Evergreen State alum and current SPSCC men’s soccer head coach Nate Salveson has been named Technical Director for the Artesians’ 2014-2015 “Original” indoor soccer season in the Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL.) Salveson will get to work right away putting together the team and … Continue reading

Inside Indoor Soccer: Be brave, be a goalkeeper!
Inside Indoor Soccer / Tacoma Soccer Center / WISL

Inside Indoor Soccer: Be brave, be a goalkeeper!

The Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL) debuts this fall / winter in Washington. As they prepare to get rolling goalWA.net is partnering with the league and the Tacoma Soccer Center on “Inside Indoor Soccer,” which will look at the sport at all levels, including playing, coaching and watching. The content will vary from beginner to … Continue reading

Washington schools notch conference ‘Players of Week’
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Washington schools notch conference ‘Players of Week’

Seattle University men’s soccer’s Shane Haworth (Puyallup, Wash.) was named Western Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 22-28. This is Haworth’s second career honor after he was named for the week of Aug. 25-31. Last weekend, Haworth recorded two shutouts as the Redhawks won a pair of 1-0 matches … Continue reading

Decades of indoor experience bolster birth of WISL
Arlington Aviators / Bellingham United / Oly Town FC / Tacoma Stars / Wenatchee Fire / WISL

Decades of indoor experience bolster birth of WISL

by David Falk There’s a new league coming to the state of Washington this winter, the Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL.) Though the league is brand new and features a dynamic shiny new logo, the clubs in the league are mostly veteran indoor performers staffed with folks that have operated local indoor sides for many … Continue reading

Evergreen Premier League clubs drove nearly 21,000 miles in first season
Evergreen Premier League

Evergreen Premier League clubs drove nearly 21,000 miles in first season

by David Falk It’s over 24,000 miles around the Earth. Evergreen Premier League clubs combined within the state of Washington to drive nearly that distance in the league’s first season. The eight elite men’s clubs drove a combined 20,928 miles (give or take a few hundred) per vehicle for matches which criss-crossed the state from … Continue reading