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January thru March 2004

News Archives


|March 2004|
OSA College Scholarship Program 
An Oklahoma Soccer Association funded scholarship will be awarded annually based on availability of funding. The number and amount of scholarships will vary from year to year. Application requires a 500 word essay on what receiving the scholarship would mean to the applicant. A copy of the application is attached or available on our website at

The criteria is as follows:
1. Accurately completed application form
2. Submitted to the Tulsa OSA office by March 30, 2004
3. Eligible for selection only once
4. Applicant must have been registered player in OSA at least 3 seasons, within last four years, and in good standing as of last season played
5. Applicant must register and be accepted in accredited college or university
6. Application must be submitted within two years of high school graduation.

Brittany Kitchens, WSA 86 girls, Commits to William Jewel

Brittany Kitchens, a member of the WSA 86 girls team, coached by Carlos Flores, has committed to playing college soccer at nationally ranked William Jewel in Missouri.   Head Coach Chris Cissell and assistant coach Tommy Chain will be in town later this month to do the "official" signing of the National Letter of Intent.  Brittany played center midfield and forward for the WSA 86 girls.  She currently plays for the Charles Page Lady Sandites.  Brittany was selected to a "select" team this past summer to play in the Iowa College Search Coaches Kick-Off, and she scored four goals and had two assists in three games for the select team comprised of all-stars from a multiple state region in the Midwest[03/22/04]

The WSA tournament committee is currently in the process of trying to make accommodations for all teams who entered by the tournament registration deadline.  We thank you for your interest in this year’s WSA Friendship Cup.  The response was overwhelming and we appreciate your patience as the tournament committee works through this process.  Please check back later this week for updated information. Also, please note the tournament committee is no longer accepting applications in the u11-u16 age groups.[03/17/04]

Michelle Roblyer, WSA ’86 girls, signs with Bethany
Congratulations to Michelle, "Shelly", Roblyer, who will sign with Bethany College out of Lindsborg, Kansas for the Fall 2004 season.  Shelly has played center midfield and striker for the WSA ’86 girls squad, and has lead the team in scoring in several seasons.  Shelly has also been a member of the Oklahoma State ODP team, and this past summer was selected to play on a "Select All-Star" team comprised of top college prospects from around the nation in the Coaches College Search Kick-Off tournament in Iowa.  Shelly will sign her national letter of intent on Wednesday, March 17, 2004, at Sapulpa High School.  Head soccer coach at Bethany College, Bobby Peterson, will be in town on Wednesday for the signing.  Shelly also plays for the Lady Chieftans of Sapulpa High School.[03/16/04]

Kelly Turman, WSA 86 girls, to Commit to Northern
Congratulations to Kelly Turman of the WSA 86 girls who will sign with Northern Oklahoma College on Monday, March 22nd.  Kelly was a midfielder and ocassionally a marking back for the Carlos Flores’ WSA 86 girls this past year.  Northern’s coach, Mike Riley will be in town for the signing next week.   Please check back later for more details on the time and location of her signing.[03/14/04]

Team Pictures: WSA Teams Can Make Appointments
WSA teams wishing to have their team pictures made can contact ALL SPORTS PHOTOS by emailing Connie at or calling her at 749 8801.
Packages start at $6.00 and include wallets, stickers, plaques, posters, and sports cards. [03/08/04]
|February 2004|
|January 2004|
Sierra Luette Impresses at ODP Subregional
Sierra Luette impresses at ODP subregional competion!  Sierra Luette, of WSA 89 girls, took advantage of her chance to represent the Oklahoma State ODP team the weekend of January 10th.  The Oklahoma 89 girls traveled to Nebraska with the Oklahoma 87 and 88 ODP girls to take on the Nebraska and Kansas ODP sides.  Sierra helped Oklahoma’s 89 ODP team win twice convincingly, 6-1 over Nebraska Red, and 4-1 over Kansas.  Oklahoma 89 fell to Nebraska White 2-1 in their final  match.  Sierra actually tallied what would have been the go ahead goal in this competitive match for the Okies, but the referee took the goal back for a foul on the goalkeeper.  Sierra tallied 5 goals and 3 assists on the weekend to help the Oklahoma side to it’s impressive performance. [01/16/04]

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