National Youth Coach Of the Year (Girls) 2016


As you may know, 5 of your students formed the SA Chivas and played in a number of tournaments last Summer and this Summer. In doing so, they became ranked #1 3v3 team in Texas and qualified for the 3v3 Challenge ESPN Nationals in Orlando Florida July 29-31. Emma Vallejo, Bella Muerett, Gabby Ozuna, Angelina Lopez and Mabry Williams won their first six matches and lost the Championship match.

All in all, they had a great showing and came home with the second place trophy. We are proud of our girls, and you made a significant contribution to their success.

Now, times are changing. Emma and Bella have left Lonestar for Classic Elite. Gabby, Mabry and Angelina are lead players on their first year of Club Soccer at Lonestar.  We are looking forward to a great year.

Thank you for your on-going assistance.

We are pleased to announce the recent award to our Director Of Coaching, Neil Hull.

In Los Angeles this past January, Coach Hull was awarded the NSCAA Youth Coach of The Year Award for coaching girls soccer. 

None of this would have been possible with out the great players of PASS. Through 2016, PASS coached over 600 female players and over 440 male players.

This award is by a vote of his peers, this humbles PASS even more, for the recognition given from parents, players and coaches from other organizations whom recognize excellence in coaching.

​We wish to share this award with all our great players. Thank you.

PASS in Grand Cayman

Recently our Director of Coaching was invited to Grand Cayman, where he had the opportunity  to run a level four diploma for the NSCAA and coach their u15 team. PASS Players have been given an open invite to return and play in Grand Cayman with Sunset FC. We look forward to following up with more coaching education and also taking composite team of our great PASS players back there soon!