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The Naperville Soccer Association is the premier competitive soccer club in the Chicago, Illinois suburbs. NSA Premier, founded in 1986, was formed to provide an opportunity for qualified athletes to participate in traveling, competitive soccer.
The consistent success of NSA Premier in carrying out our goals can be seen by the creative individual footskills of our players, the large number of players continuing their soccer passion in college, and the major tournament wins compiled since our inception: 2 USYSA National Championships, 9 Midwest Regional Championships, and 36 IYSA IL State Championships. NSA teams compete in the highest divisions in the Illinois Women’s Soccer League (IWSL), Young Sportsmen's Soccer League (YSSL), IYSA State Premiership, Midwest Regional League (MRL), and National League.
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The NSA U-13 girls Twisters are the US Club Soccer Midwest Regional Champions and will be competing in the US Club Soccer National Cup XIV July 17-20 in Indianapolis, IN. The Twisters defeated top teams in the midwest in the regional tournament last weekend including a 4-1 win over St. Croix Academy, Minnesota with goals by Jenna Dominguez, Maddie Raftery, Jordan Rose, and Alex Salemy. The Twisters then went on to defeat the Sockers FC White 1-0 with Alex Salemy securing the only goal of that game. The Twisters faced top ranked Minnesota Thunder Academy twice during the tournament. The Twisters came from behind to tie the first game with 10 minutes remaining with a goal by Hannah Bradley-Leon with an assist by Jenna Dominguez. The Twisters faced this same team the next day in the finals in a hard fought battle defeating them 1-0 with Alondra Carranza securing the championship with the only goal of the game off a free kick 20 yards from the goal. The Twister defense was led all weekend by Allison Adams, Amy Alexander, Kate Flynn, Kate Gilfillan, Leslie Rodriguez, Sarah Scoles and goalkeepers Kaleigh Ingolia and Hailey Flannagan. In addition the following players were critical to the Twister’s successful offense and regional championship: Becca Hauenstein, Mackenzie Anthony, Elise Jurkiewicz, Juliana Madonia and Grace Panegasser.