Haylie Chance chosen for Olympic Development Player Pool

posted Feb 17, 2011, 3:26 PM by Tech Admin
Haylie Chance, a member of U17 Girls KW Alliance SC 93/94G was recently chosen for the 94 Girls South Texas Olympic Development Program Player Pool (O.D.P.).  The Olympic Development Program was founded in 1977 by US Youth Soccer and is a national identification and development program for elite level players. The program identifies and develops players to compete at the state, regional, and national levels in support of National Team development efforts. Only the state’s top players are honored with a chance to represent and play for this program. Haylie will be going to the Region III O.D.P. camp at the University of Montevallo (Montevallo, Alabama) this July.

Haylie is a all-around player; she is a skilled and creative Midfielder who plays with passion and a tenacity to win possession of the ball. As a Striker she has a nose for goal and is always in the right place at the right time to put the ball in the back of the net. She also has speed to pull away from her defenders and make things happen.
Haylie puts in the time on the practice field to get to this level, is always in attendance,  and always gives 110%. Her play on the field is truly contagious and helps raise the level of play of the entire team on the pitch.

Haylie is a two sport Varsity Athlete at Porter High School ( Soccer / Cross Country ). She is working hard to attain her goal of playing at the collegiate level.