Contacts for Travel Information

Contact Overall Commissioner for General Travel Information and Field Scheduling

Brian Benbrook

JSC Travel Program
Summary of the Travel Soccer Program

The Jackson Soccer Club supports over 30 travel teams each Fall and Spring season.  The teams play in many local and state organized travel leagues including EDP, MAPS, JAGS, MOSA, and Ocean County Recreation.

Teams are organized by gender and age according the rules of NJYS.  At this time we have teams starting at U7 thru U17. 

Tournament play is encouraged and recommended.  Our teams have traveled to many tournaments along the East Coast including those in Virginia, Pennsylvannia, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, and New York.

 

JSC Travel Teams - 2013/2014

 

GIRLS TEAMS        
Age Group Team Coach E-Mail League  
U7  Power Steve Ifantis coley607@aol.com Ocean County
           
U8 S.W.AT. Corrie Cavannaugh cavanaughcorrie@gmail.com Elite Futures/JAGS
           
U9A Explosion Paul Wiese lwchange@msn.com MOSA  
           
U9B Phoenix Eddie Brett ebrett05@gmail.com MOSA  
           
U10A Wolves Brian Slocum kyla1@optonline.net MOSA/JAGS
           
U10B Tsunami Rich D'Angelo rljed5@optonline.net MOSA  
           
U10C Hurricanes Roger Vogel roger.vogel@gmail.com MOSA  
           
U11A Gunners Bruce Washington washbruce@aol.com JAGS  
           
U11B Red Devils Niko Alexopoulos nikonj27@gmail.com MOSA  
           
U11C Fusion Joseph Volltrauer jvolltrauer@jacksonfusion.com MOSA  
           
U12A Avalanche Sherwin John jsctornadossoccer@yahoo.com MOSA/JAGS
           
U12B Eclipse Sean Tildsley tildsley@optonline.net MOSA  
           
U13A Attack Colin Menafra leemarie1223@aim.com EDP  
           
U13B Journey Michael Murphy smurphx4@optonline.net MOSA  
           
U13C Nitros Paul Buttari isleseeya@aol.com MOSA  
           
U14 Sparks Terence McIntosh terenceMcIntosh@msn.com MOSA  
           
U16A Alliance Beth Howlett Beth.Howlett@aeroflex.com JAGS  
           
U16B Fury Frank Rodasti fradosti@optonline.net MOSA  
           
U17 Chaos Sal Notaro salb1829@optonline.net MOSA  
           
BOYS TEAMS        
Age Group Team Coach E-Mail League  
U7 Warriors George Lucas gklucas99@msn.com Ocean County
           
U8A Blackhawks Jim Dellomo jdellomo91@aol.com MOSA  
           
U8B Falcons Will Weikel wweikel@optonline.net MOSA  
           
U9A Rovers John Yurgel jpynaf@aol.com MOSA/MAPS
           
U9B Xtreme Frank Rodasti fradosti@optonline.net MOSA  
           
U10A Fireballs Mike Torchia MikeTorchia88@optonline.net MAPS  
           
U10B Jackals Jeff Harness harne77@optonline.net  MOSA  
           
U11A Red Bulls Gerry Clarke gclarke4@yahoo.com MOSA/MAPS
           
U11B Thunder Jonathan Black jblack@bamcoinc.org MOSA  
           
U12A Cosmos Andy Weinstein andy@weinsteinagency.com MOSA/MAPS
           
U12B Sting Shaun Bailey skbailey16@gmail.com MOSA  
           
U13A Cobras Kevin Connor kjc.iphone@gmail.com MOSA  
           
U13B Pythons Tom Ertle tom@tjertle.com MOSA  
           
U14A Bulldogs Brian Benbrook bbenbrook@optimum.net MAPS  
           
U14B Lightning Hal Millemann hal4fre@aol.com MOSA  
           
U15 Venom Brian Schnaak schnaaks@msn.com MOSA  
           
U16 United Matthew Garry mattgarry@optonline.net MOSA  
           
U17 Tornadoes Sherwin John jsctornadossoccer@yahoo.com EDP  
           
U18 Vipers Tom Ertle tom@tjertle.com MAPS  
NJYS Concussion Training

The Legislature of the State of New Jersey passed a bill to raise the awareness of concussions amongst youth athletes. This bill requires coaches to have head injury safety training to help in the recognition of concussions.

By October 15, 2011 all coaches will be required to have taken the on line Concussion Awareness Training and be able to present their certificate they receive from taking the course.

All coaches will have the certificate with them when they are coaching.

This requirement pertains to both travel and recreation coaches.

1) The Center for Disease Control (CDC) Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports is a free, online course available to coaches, parents, and others helping to keep athletes safe from concussion. It features interviews with leading experts, dynamic graphics and interactive exercises, and compelling storytelling to help you recognize a concussion and know how to respond if you think that your athlete might have a concussion. Once you complete the training and quiz, you can print out a certificate, making it easy to show your league or school you are ready for the season.

2)  The National Federation of State High School Associations Concussion in Sports - What You Need To Know.   Sports-related concussion in high school sports can be serious or even life-threatening situations if not managed correctly. The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have teamed up to provide information and resources to help educate coaches, officials, parents and students on the importance of proper concussion recognition and management in high school sports. Mick Koester M.D., ATC, Chair of the NFHS Sports Medicine Advisory Committee and Director of the Slocum Sports Concussion in Eugene, Oregon takes you through this course. In this course you will understand the impact sports-related concussion can have on your players, how to recognize a suspected concussion, the proper protocols to manage a suspected concussion, and steps to help your player return to play safely after experiencing a concussion.

Adding/Releasing a Player or Coach to your Team

To ADD a Player or Coach to and existing team, you will need to complete much of the same paperwork and use the Got Soccer system just as you did when the team was created at the beginning of the seasonal year.  The forms and paperwork can be accessed at the link lower down on this web page.

When submitting the paperwork to ADD a player, you need to provide:

NJYS Player Membership Form for the player, signed by the player (there is no longer an ADD Player form)

Player Pass with picture attached 

Medical Release form

Birth Certificate for proof of age

Enter the player in the Got Soccer system, and add to the official roster

3 copies of the updated Offical NJYS Team Roster

The old Official NJYS Team Roster, stamped by the DC

All JSC paper forms and payments for players

To Add a Coach, Release or Transfer a Player, click Continue


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NJYS Revised Out-of-State Tournament Travel Procedures

NJYS has Revised the procedures for Out of State Travel to Tournaments.  A summary is shown here and he web site link is shown below.

 

Travel within the United States

If you are traveling to a tournament in the US, you need to complete an online Travel Notification Form to notify NJYS that you will be traveling outside of New Jersey as a NJYS team.  You no longer need a Permission to Travel Form approved by NJYS.  Your NJYS registered team and players will be covered under the NJYS insurance programs, both accident/medical and general liability, if all of the following conditions are met:

  1. Your team completes the Travel Notification online form and submits it to NJYS.

  2. The tournament you are attending has been sanctioned by a US Youth Soccer State Association

  3. You are using NJYS validated player passes at the tournament.

    NJYS Web Link

 

JSC Travel Policies

The Travel Policies of the Club are attached below.  All travel coaches should be familiar with these policies.  Please contact the Overall Commissioner if you have any questions.

2011 Travel Policies


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