Boston Aztec (WPSL)

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Boston Aztec
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Full name Boston Aztec
Nickname(s) Aztec
Founded 2005
Stadium Endicott College
Ground Capacity 2000
Chairman United States Mike Kersker
Manager United States Mike Kersker
League Women's Premier Soccer League
2010 2010 WPSL National Champions

Boston Aztec is a North American amateur soccer team based in Beverly, Massachusetts, United States. Founded in 2005, the team plays in Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL), a national amateur league at the second tier of the American Soccer Pyramid.

In 2009, the Boston Aztec became the reserve team to the WPS Boston Breakers. The Breakers team has loan agreements in place for players to compete with the Boston Aztec in WPSL matches. The Boston Aztec players also train with the Boston Breakers staff. The Boston Aztec roster is composed entirely of post-college players. In 2010, the Boston Aztec enter a U23 team into the WPSL which is entirely made up of college players and is not connected to the Boston Breakers

Aztec's home is Endicott College, located in the city of Beverly, MA. The team is operated by the Aztec Soccer Club, which also operates a National Premier Soccer League team called Boston Aztec. The team's colors are red and white. The U23 colors are red and black.

Players[edit]

2011 Boston Aztec Breakers reserve roster[edit]

As of 7 July 2011.[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Michelle Betos
3 United States FW Rebecca Mays
4 United States FW Carson Laderoute
5 United States MF Jordan Bishop
6 Republic of Ireland MF Méabh De Búrca
7 United States MF Megan Mischler
8 United States FW Heather Fuller
9 United States MF Jamie Beckwith
15 United States MF Krista MacKinnon
17 United States DF Sarah Miller
18 United States DF Emmi Doniak
20 United States MF Chelsea Aberson
21 United States FW Gayle Kuntzmann
No. Position Player
22 United States MF Alane Izu
23 United States FW Taleen Dimirdjian
25 United States MF Caitlin Flynn
United States DF Mercede Koning
Australia MF Leah Blayney (On loan from Boston Breakers)
United States MF Liz Bogus (On loan from Boston Breakers)
United States MF Niki Cross (On loan from Boston Breakers)
United States DF Kiersten Dallstream (On loan from Boston Breakers)
United States FW Taryn Hemmings (On loan from Boston Breakers)
United States DF Elli Reed (On loan from Boston Breakers)
United States MF Katie Schoepfer (On loan from Boston Breakers)
United States FW Claire Zimmeck (On loan from Boston Breakers)

2010 Boston Aztec U23 roster[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
United States MF Morgan Andrews
United States MF Jackie Bachteler
United States MF Celia Balf
United States MF Alex Bengston
United States FW Shayla Bergeron
United States MF Madeline Bissaillon
United States MF Amy Caldwell
United States DF Katherine Donnelly
United States DF Alana Figurido
United States MF Lucy Gildein
United States DF Corie Halasz
Canada MF Sarah Hebert-Seropian
United States FW Allison Kagawa
United States FW Jill Kinter
No. Position Player
United States FW Brooke Knowlton
United States FW Erika Lum
United States MF Jess Luscinski
United States FW Eliza Marshall
United States GK Jillian Mastroianni
United States MF Tori McCombs
United States GK Erin Quinlan
United States DF Jenna Roncarati
United States FW Brittany Russo
United States GK Aubree Southwick
United States DF Ariana Twomey
United States DF Alyssa Visconti
United States FW Cat Walker
United States FW Amanda Webster

Notable former players[edit]

Year-by-year[edit]

Year Division League Reg. season Playoffs
2005 2 WPSL 7th, East
2006 2 WPSL 7th, East North
2007 2 WPSL 6th, East North Did not qualify
2008 2 WPSL 3rd, East North Did not qualify
2009 2 WPSL 1st(tied), East #2 seed in playoffs, upset by #3 Lancaster Inferno
2010 2 WPSL 1st, East- Northeast Division #1 seed in East playoffs, defeated Long Island Fury in East Final, 2010 WPSL National Champions, defeating Ajax America in Dallas, TX
2011 2 WPSL 3rd, East- Northeast Division ''Breakers Reserves #3 seed in East playoffs, defeated ASA Chesapeake Charge in East Final, 2011 WPSL East Champions, lost to Chicago Red Starts in National Semi-Finals in Chicago, IL

Aztec U23 #1 seed in East playoffs, defeated by Breakers Reserves in East Semi-Finals

Honors[edit]

2010 WPSL Final Four MVP

2010 First Team ALL-WPSL

2010 Second Team ALL-WPSL

Competition history[edit]

Head coaches[edit]

Other staff[edit]

Administrative staff[edit]

Home stadiums[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WOMEN'S PREMIER SOCCER LEAGUE - THE LARGEST WOMEN'S SOCCER LEAGUE IN THE WORLD". http://www.wpsl.info/. Retrieved 7 July 2011. 

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