2016 ODP Final State Teams
|1020||1047||1196||Dziejma (Regional)||Hayward (Regional)|
|1326GK||1330||1408||DaCosta (Regional)||Sietz (Regional)|
|Cho (Regional)||Munoz (Regional)||Rausch (Regional)||Tabije (Regional)||Tilp (Regional)|
|1060||1070||1073||Love (Regional)||Torres (Regional)|
|990||1412||Ramirez (Regional)||Russo (Regional)|
Please be advised that the tryout numbers of the players who have been invited into this year's Olympic Development Program have been posted above. If your numbers appears above, you should have also received an email outlining additional details and the next steps to confirm your participation in the program. Please note that the identification process is ongoing and the possibility exists that we will invite additional players into the program over the next few days. In such a situation, you will receive an email with specific information.
Club NJYS Registrations Open
Club NJYS - boys and girls, birth year 2005 Register here
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ODP Overview (1999-2003) - Click Here
Young Olympians 2004 - Schedule and Fees Boys - Girls
Club NJYS 2005 - Schedule and Fees Boys- Girls
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1999-2003 Girls Region I Camp University of Rhode Island
1999-2001 Girls Play Day The College of New Jersey
2004 Girls Region I Camp Univeristy of Rhode Island
2004 Girls Day Camp The College of New Jersey
2005 Girls Day Camp The College of New Jersey
2002-2003 Girls Mini Camp The College of New Jersey
1999-2001 Boys Play Day The College of New Jersey
1999-2003 Boys Region I ODP Camp Rider
2002-2003 Boys Mini Camp Rowan University
2004 Boys Day Camp Rider University
2005 Boys Day Camp Rider University
2004 Boys Region I Camp Washington College
What Makes an Olympic Development player? read more
Olympic Development Program
The US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program has been in existence since 1977. It was the first program introduced to help identify potential national team youth players through an organized series of trials which began at the district or local level, progressed through the state, region and finally the national level.
The ODP Program has some interesting and meaningful stories.
These profiles are just a small part of what ODP is about.
Enjoy their stories.
David Howarth - For many New Jerseyans, playing youth soccer is a rite of passage. Snacking on orange slices during halftime or watching a swarm of kindergarteners chase a ball up and down the field represents familiar memories for many families.
Allison Deluca - Junior Allison DeLuca of Flemington made it all the way to the National Pool and won’t stop until she’s a member of that team.
Gianna Pittaro - ODP 2000 player starts path to follow in her mother’s footsteps.
Sloan DePiero and Katie Lindacher - The College of New Jersey women’s soccer team co-captains, Sloan DePiero and Katie Lindacher, achieved what many youth soccer players dream about - playing collegiate soccer.
Alec Lam - A superior goalkeeper and respected role model.
Don Nicol - shares experience of first International Friendly.
Advantages and Benefits of the ODP Program
Identification into one of the highest level youth state programs.
Development as a player. The opportunity to train and play with the best players in your age group.
Quality instruction from nationally licensed coaches.
Quality competition. Games against other National State Association teams.
Exposure to US Youth Soccer Regional and US National Team coaches.
The opportunity to represent your state, region or country in competition.
Exposure to college coaches. Most coaches at the State and Regional Level come from the
best NCAA Men's and Women's Soccer Programs.
Miller, a former ýNJYS
ODP standout, talks with Big Apple
his youth career here in NJ and offers advice for today's players.
Woodbury native was a Big 10 "Goalkeeper of the Year" at Northwestern and is
currently a U-23 Men's National Team contender.