Iowa Rush holds Jordan Angeli clinic for select players on Monday, June 4
Register to attend the third annual Iowa Rush Select Celebration Banquet on Sunday, June 3 from 6:30-8:30pm at the FFA Enrichment Center on DMACC Campus and on Monday, June 4 the featured speaker of the banquet and soccer pro, Jordan Angeli will inspire and workout with Iowa Rush select players.
Register before May 26 and the cost to attend BOTH the banquet and Jordan Angeli clinic is ONLY $10. After May 26, an additional $20 fee will be applied. Yes, as a registered attendee of the banquet, you will have the rare opportunity to meet Colorado Rush alum, Angeli at Prairie Ridge Soccer Complex.
The u11-u12 age groups will be held from 9-10am and the u13-u18 will be held from 10-11am on June 4. A "golden ticket" will be presented to each attendee on Sunday evening for the Monday clinic.
Jordan was a part of a u13, u15 and u19 Far West Regional Championship team and won the 2001 National Championship at u15. After high school, Jordan fulfilled her dream of going to Santa Clara University. Although she had great offers to go to other schools, she chose to go somewhere she knew would challenge her and make her into a better student and player. After a great sophomore season, she was invited to play on the u20 US National Team as they competed in a World Championship in Russia. She continued to make a place for herself with the u21 National Team the next year and kept working hard to improve her game.
After 2 ACL surgeries within a year of her junior/senior season, she finished her college career on a high note in 2009 back out on the field. In January 2010, Jordan was drafted 16th overall to the Boston Breakers in the Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) draft. Her rookie year, Jordan scored 7 goals and had 4 assists being named player of the month for July and selected to the "Best 11" in the league at the end of the year. That winter, she was invited into her first full Women's National Team camps. Feeling on top of her game going into the 2011 season, Jordan scored the first goal of the year but it was short-lived as she again tore her ACL just minutes later. She is now back at home in Colorado coaching with the Rush and working to get her knee and body healthly to compete again.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to attend the Iowa Rush Select Celebration Banquet and the Jordan Angeli Clinic!