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NEWS > Evan Floerish named NSCAA All American

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced the 2014 NSCAA Fall High School All-America Teams, as well as the 2014 Fall High School Players of the Year.

Evan Floerish named NSCAA All American




NEWS > U17 Inferno are 2014 Illinois State Cup Finalists, Midwest Regional League and Illinois Premiership Champions

For the first time in OBSC history, the Club had a team compete in the Finals of Illinois State Cup. The U17 Inferno Girls, went 2-0-1, defeating Eclipse Black and Crystal Lake, and tying Strikers Fox Valley to advance out of group play where they played Evanston for the second time this season in the Final Four.  OBSC defeated Evanston 1-0 in the semi finals to earn the privilege to play in the State Cup Finals against Eclipse ECNL National Champions. The Inferno finally lost to Eclipse ECNL in the finals.  

In addition to successful State Cup Tournament, the U17 Inferno also went undefeated in both the Illinois State Premiership league and Midwest Regional League. The team was a combined 11 wins, 3 draws and 0 losses and scored 30 goals while allowing only 3. The Illinois State Cup is the most prestigious tournament in Illinois and the official state championship tournament of the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series.


NEWS > Evan Floerish U18 OBSC player named High School Player of the year

Evan Floersch, a senior defender who helped Hinsdale Central capture the IHSA Class 3A championship this season, earned the Player of the Year Award.

"The feeling is indescribable -- a lot of emotion," Floersch said. "I couldn't have done it without my teammates, and my coach (Mike Wiggins) -- a great guy and a great coach. It goes back to those days before the season starts. We go out and do everything we can to get better as a team, understanding what it takes to get better. There's nothing special that I did. It's the people around me, and my family, that makes me a better player -- and person.

"Winning a state championship -- for the first time since 1975 -- I think the title was for all the other teams that didn't quite make it. So that's the most special thing about (earning Player of the Year), helping to make my team be as great as it can be."