Highland Youth Soccer Club has just celebrated its 20th anniversary. The HYSC Executive board would like to thank all past board members, coaches, volunteers, parents, and players for their support and participation over the last 20 years.
Giana Pittaro, Hamilton Girls Soccer Club's first regional ODP Player
Hamilton Girls Soccer Club and Hamilton Wildcats FC join New Jersey Rush
NJ Rush welcomes the Hamilton Girls Soccer Club and Hamilton Wildcats FC to our NJ Rush Family.
Following the lead of Rush International, NJ Rush has a goal of spreading the “Rush Way” philosophy of coaching and training
Tom Eichhorn is back again this Spring to train our goalkeepers. "Ike" will train keepers on Mondays, from March 24th through May 12th. Training will take place 6 to 7 PM for ages 8 to 12, 7 to 8 PM for teenagers, and from 8 to 9 PM for Academy keepers at Gloucester Township Community Park. All goalkeepers need to wear GK gear and bring a ball, water, towel and desire to train. Cost is free for all Highland/NJ Rush keepers.
HYSC Acquires NJ Rush Soccer Club
Highland Youth Soccer Club has acquired the licensing to New Jersey Rush. New Jersey Rush and Highland Youth Soccer Club will now serve over 1,500 members in the Southern, Central and Shore Regions of New Jersey.
HYSC Director of Coaching Speaks at 2014 NSCAA Convention
Mullica Hill resident and Highland Youth Soccer Club Director of Coaching Don Norton was asked by U.S Youth Soccer’s National Director of Coaching Sam Snow to be a featured speaker at the 2014 NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia.