The HUB is Rush Select’s Regional Competitive Level Event.
At the Hub each age group and gender is divided into four regions (West, Midwest, Northeast, and South). Many of the top coaches within Rush Soccer lead these teams and the strongest players from each region. At the tournament each team will have the opportunity to compete against the other Rush Regional teams. During the Hub coaches will be responsible for driving a van to transport players, the team’s daily schedule, coaching the games, and providing an evaluation for each player after the Hub.
The event also hosts a FREE in-depth Coaching Education workshop for all Coaches led by Rush Soccer’s Technical Staff.
A través de este taller de tres días, los entrenadores de Rush aprenden, experimentan activamente y evalúan el cumplimiento del Rush Way en diferentes asuntos como los Juegos de Coaching y las Sesiones de Entrenamiento.
The Centers, for U13-U18 boys and girls, will take place toward the end of July. The Centers will be two tournaments, West/Midwest regional and Northeast/South regional, to kick off teams seasons. Clubs will bring in their top team or top two teams to compete against other Rush teams. Rush Select Regional team coaches will be there to scout players for the Hub as well as for the National level, PDT. Coaches will bring their own teams to the Centers and if they are selected as a Hub coach, scout the players for the team they are coaching. There will be coaching education such as seminars, field sessions and networking for all coaches to enjoy.
PDT, for U13-U18 boys and girls, will take place Presidents Day Weekend in February. At PDT for the U13-U15 age groups two teams will be formed. These teams will be a split of the country, West/Midwest and Northeast/South. For this coaches will select the top performers from the Hub from the two combined regions to form the strongest possible teams. For the U16-U17 age groups two teams will be formed as well but they will be full national teams, selecting players from across the Rush, for a top and second team. The U18s will only have one team per gender. These players will be selected based on technical director nominations. At this top level tournament each team will have the opportunity to compete against high level teams and for the older age groups get scouted by top level coaches. During PDT coaches will be responsible for driving a van, the team’s daily schedule, coaching the games and providing an evaluation for each player after PDT. The PDT is a great way for top level Rush coaches to learn more about the Rush, coach high level players and get the opportunity to be identified for higher level coaching opportunities. There will be coaching education such as seminars, field sessions and networking for all coaches to enjoy.
International Trips, for U13-U18/19 boys and girls will take place in June to early July. The trips will be tailored based on specific age groups.Coaches will select a national team for the trip filled with players from across the Rush that performed well at PDT. The number of teams will be based on the tournament needs. The destinations for international travel include Italy, Germany, Spain, Sweden and Portugal.