As the US Youth Soccer North Atlantic Conference, Managed by EDP Soccer, comes to an end in the spring season, teams in Premier I Divisions are clinching their spots for the 2021 USYS Eastern Regional Championships and 2021-2022 National League P.R.O. season. Meanwhile, teams in Premier II Divisions are looking to earn their place into Premier I for next season.
Brentwood SC Premier 2008 Academy Man City dominated all season long across all competitions. The team went unbeaten in the Club vs. Club Division, and also won the Eastern New York State Cup. In the Premier I Division, Barca Academy NY 2008 Pro won the division with a win in its final game of the season. In Premier II, Kings Park SC United 2008 and SB Atletico Penarol both finished on 17 points from eight games, with Kings Park SC finishing in first on a head-to-head tiebreaker, as it defeated SB Atletico in the first game of the season.
FC Somers Lady Hammers and Auburndale SC Strikers 08 claimed the top two slots to earn their place in National League P.R.O. and will both be attending USYS Eastern Regionals. Auburndale, the Eastern New York State Cup champions, held on to first place for the majority of the season, but on the final day, FC Somers' big win over Barca Academy put it ahead on goal differential to break the tie at the top of the table. In Premier II, Rockville Centre SC Red Storm earned promotion, winning seven of its eight games and finishing a point ahead of Long Island SC.
NY Hota Bavarian SC 2007 Blue earned its spot at the USYS Eastern Regional Championships and in National League P.R.O. after finishing in first place in the Club vs. Club Division. Eastern New York State Cup champions Barca Academy NY 2007B Pro won the Premier I Division with eight wins and two losses, finishing just 1 point ahead of BW Gottschee 07 East.
New York Surf 07 Academy finished a perfect 10-0-0 to finish in first place. After being upset in the State Cup, the squad continued to impress in league play to earn its way into the USYS Eastern Regionals and National League P.R.O. Real Olee FC 2007 claimed the conference's second slot in National League P.R.O., finishing the league in second place with 22 points from 10 games. In Premier II, Lake Grove-Newfield SC Venom won five and drew three to finish in first place in a closely contested division from top to bottom.
Brentwood SC Premier 2006 Academy United finished top of the table in the Club vs. Club Division to earn its place in National League P.R.O. In the Premier I Division, it was a tight race at the top of the table with Eastern New York State Cup finalist Dix Hills Ultimatum winning the division with 21 points, DUSC B2006 Blue in second place with 18 points, and Eastern New York State Cup champion Barca Academy NY B2006 Pro in third place with 16 points. In Premier II, Rockville Centre SC Force defeated second-place Nirvana 360 Bayern 06 in the final game of the season to clinch first place.
New York Surf 06 Academy went 7-0-1, with its tie coming against second-place Syracuse Development Academy, which was the result that kept them 2 points clear at the top of the table. After falling in the Eastern New York State Cup, NY Surf used the league to clinch its spot at the USYS Eastern Regionals, and both NY Surf and SDA will participate in National League P.R.O. next season.
The Hudson Valley region showed its quality in this age group, with Quickstrike FC 05 NL winning the Club vs. Club Division, and crosstown foe Cedar Stars Hudson Valley 2005 NL winning the Premier I Division. In Premier II, Susa B05 went unbeaten in the conference and also earned the Eastern New York State Cup title.
Coliseum SC Girls 2005 had a terrific season, as it won the Premier I Division, the Eastern New York State Cup and the USYS Regional New Jersey Showcase. The team now sets its sights on competing with the top teams in the region at Eastern Regionals. Joining them at Regionals will be New York Surf 05 Academy, who finished the season 6-0-1.
The 2004 age group is filled with top talent across the region, with the North Atlantic Conference being no different. Eastern New York State Cup finalist FC Somers Arsenal finished top of the table, just slightly edging out Westchester Flames Elite 04. Eastern New York State Cup champion LI Slammers FC 04 finished in third place, and Eastern New York State Cup semifinalist South Shore FC Bulldogs United and FC Sesa Strikers finished fourth and fifth, respectively. In the Club vs. Club Division, a very talented Quickstrike FC 04 NL Blue side finished in first to earn its place in National League P.R.O. In Premier II, Smithtown finished just ahead of New Amsterdam and Stony Brook Athletico.
SDA 04 Utica, who started the season with an impressive performance in the National League Playoffs, finished league play with seven wins from eight matches, and will represent the conference at the USYS Eastern Regionals later this month. In Premier II, Quickstrike FC 2004 went a perfect 8-0-0, scoring 35 goals on its way to promotion into Premier I next season.
Patchogue Medford YSL United beat out Massapequa SC Warriors by 3 points to finish at the top of Premier I, while Smithtown United defeated JPSC in its final game of the season to jump over Westchester Flames and finish at the top of the table.
Massapequa SC Fury is returning to Regionals after finishing top of the table in league play, winning all eight matches in dominant fashion. New York Rush Select G03 will join them at Regionals, after finishing league play with 16 points.
Quickstrike FC showed its class, winning the Eastern New York State Cup and also finishing in first place in the Club vs. Club Division while going undefeated. In the Premier I Division, DUSC and Black Watch Premier faced off in the ninth and final game of the season, separated by just 1 point. The ensuing 2-2 draw allowed DUSC to finish in first place with 23 points, while Black Watch finished second with 22 points.
New York Surf G02 Academy finished top of the table with some big wins to close out the season. After a draw with second place CT Rush Stateline in the second match, NY Surf ran the table — winning the remainder of its matches.
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