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2019/2020 Competitive Tryouts will be held at Lone Elm Soccer Park

June 7-9th 2019

2019-2020 Tryout Scheduled TBA
2019-2020 Coaching Assignments TBA

Why Kansas Rush Soccer Club?

  • Formerly Olathe Spirit Soccer Club, Kansas Rush has been a prominent Soccer club in the Kansas city area for over 30 years.
  • Kansas Rush prides ourselves on having one of the top coaching staffs in the area with many former professional and collegiate players  as well as former and current college coaches. Many of the coaches are also licensed coaches thru the NSCAA and USSF.
  • Lone Elm Soccer Park is the home training facility for Kansas Rush and is known as the best natural grass fields in the entire Kansas city area.
  • Kansas Rush emphasizes the importance of establishing a family atmosphere within the club with its players, families, coaches and staff.
  • Kansas Rush helps players and parents through the college recruiting process and had over 40 seniors sign national letters of intent over the last two years to continue their soccer and education at the collegiate level.
  • Kansas Rush Soccer Club offers programs for all ages! We start our programs at Pre-K and run all the way thru adult Over 40 leagues.
  • Goalkeeper training curriculum conducted by professional GK staff available throughout the year for all interested players at no additional cost.
  • Kansas Rush is one of the top clubs in the Kansas City area. Many of our teams have enjoyed success at the local, state and regional levels.
  • Brand New Kansas Rush Indoor Facility

Rush Soccer forms national Select Teams that are comprised of the top Rush players from across the country in the U13-U17 age groups. These teams attend various events on a yearly basis. Below is a list of the players in the 2018-19 year thatwere invited to attend one of the  events from Kansas Rush. As you can see from the list below Kansas Rush is very well represented on the Rush National Teams. 

       Reagan Priest (04 Girls)                                

       Isabelle De Buyl( 05 Girls)

       Isabelle Field(05 Girls)

       Kate Rooney(05 Girls)

       Brandy Herhusky(05 Girls)

       Vanessa Harris(05 Girls)

       Cameron Ayoade(06 Boys)

       Roman Alvarado(06 Boys)

       Connor Borden(06 Boys)

       Adam Wiman (06 Boys)

       Logan Montgomery(06 Boys)

       Baka Kante(06 Boys)

       Addison Hayes(06 Girls)

       Coryn Jespersen(06 Girls)

       Iris Doering (06 Girls)

       Alexis Porter (06 Girls)

       Mackenzie Ralston(06 Girls)

       Miquel Cobos(02 Boys)

       Davis Goertzen(02 Boys)

       Logan Woodside (02 Boys)

       Bryce Daney (02 Boys)

       George Camburako(03 Boys)

       Landon Ouellette(03 Boys)

       Tori Spurgeon (02 Girls)

       Skylar Gary (05 Girls)

       Maggie O’Keefe (05 Girls)

       Gracin Martin (02 Girls)

       Lauren Myers (02 Girls)

       Lindsey Kuhlman (02 Girls)

       Abby Garretson (02 Girls)

       Kennedy Ruark (02 Girls)

       Grace 0’Keefe (02 Girls)

       Jotaro Koga (01 Boys)

       Braeden Beard (01 Boys)

       Andrew Lawrence (01 Boys)

       Luke High (02 Boys)

       Assa Kante (04 Girls)

       Danielle Desmarteau (05 Girls)

       Jordyn Wilson (05 Girls)


 

 


                      

     




The Rush Fest is an annual event that brings together U12 Boys and Girls teams from all the Rush clubs across the country.

Teams compete against each other during a friendly tournament while also joining up to participate In training sessions on the field and in the classroom, as well as social events off the field of play. Top coaches from within Rush Soccer comprise the staff that work with the players along with their team coach throughout the event.

The 2019 Rush Fest will be held in Colorado Springs, Colorado in July in conjunction with the Rush Summit.








The Player Loan Program is a Rush Soccer inter-club player exchange opportunity that allows players to experience playing with other Rush clubs from across the country.  It's goal is to provide numerous opportunities to our members in their development. On vacation and want to train or play? If there's a Rush club nearby you can, and with clubs in 45 different locations worldwide its likely.

 

CHARLESTON, S.C. (March 28, 2017) – The National Premier Leagues is expanding its geographical impact through the creation of the Central States NPL ahead of the 2017-18 season.

Top 13-U through 18/19-U boys and girls clubs in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska make up the league. Participating clubs are:

  • Sporting Omaha FC (Neb.)
  • Nebraska FC (Neb.)
  • Gretna SC (Neb.)
  • Lou Fusz SC (Mo.)
  • Sporting St. Louis (Mo.)
  • KC Fusion (Kan.)
  • Kansas Rush (Kan.)
  • Vision Soccer Academy (Iowa)
  • Des Moines Menace Academy (Iowa)
  • FC United (Iowa)

League winners will advance to the 2019 NPL Finals, where they will join the rest of the country's NPLs in pursuit of national championships.

"The way these clubs have worked together to form the Central States NPL is a necessary predecessor to long-term success within the National Premier Leagues platform," said Leo Garcia, NPL General Manager. "We're confident the Central States NPL will be a great NPL member and will take advantage of US Club Soccer's many offerings, including Players First and Player Development Programs."

As with other NPLs, the league will be evaluated for potential ENPL inclusion as a qualifying competition.

Quote from Daouda Kante, Kansas Rush Soccer Club Technical Director: "We are very pleased to be able to offer our elite players and teams the opportunity to play in a competitive environment where the best interest of the game and the players are the primary focus. The league and the participating clubs have the common goal of providing quality meaningful games to maximize the development of the players participating. We anticipate a fantastic season, and we are looking forward to our participation."

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In 2018 Kansas Rush implemented a NEW and improved College advisory program.  Kansas Rush held Part 1 and Part 2 of our new College Advisory Program (CAP). This program strives to help each, and every individual player navigate the many different steps in the recruiting process and make sure to find the right fit for each of our student-athletes. This one of a kind program in the city, was very well received for all those that attended, and we look forward to continuing to help our players achieve their goal of playing at the next level.

The Rush CAP meeting Part 1 included an advisory panel of Rush parents and players that recently earned college scholarships. They each provided key insight to the college recruiting process. The Rush staff also went thru a presentation on the ins and outs of the recruiting process. Part 2 included 8 of the top college coaches in the country giving insight and advice on recruiting. 

 


Recent Team Accomplishments

  • 20 x Kansas State Cup Champions
  • U18 Boys Regional Champions
  • 5 X Midwest Regional League Champions
  • 2 x NPL Champions in year 1




Rush Banquet

The 8th annual Kansas Rush Competitive Banquet will be held on Monday, April 22nd. This banquet is a fun celebration for all the competitive players and their parents. There is a catered dinner along with guest speakers as well as awards and  give a ways presented to the players at this banquet. Over 500 people attended the 2018 Banquet and look forward to another fun and entertaining event this year.


 

   



Contact

Kansas Rush Soccer Club
623 N. Lindenwood 
Olathe, Kansas 66062

Phone: 913-764-4111
Email: [email protected]

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