AS Roma Coaches to visit Lonestar SC
Apr 14 2016 - Jeny Mather

Lonestar SC is proud to announce the visit of AS Roma coaches to Austin,Texas, May 16th to 22nd. Lonestar SC is one of 10 elite clubs in the United States that has a real working relationship with AS Roma in player and coach development. We are very excited to host Giuseppe Giannini and Alessio Fazi from the AS Roma Academy. Both gentleman will be working with our players, observing the day to day operations and the player development pathway here at Lonestar SC. In addition they will also work with our coaching staff during the week to discuss and implement some ideas from the AS Roma Academy.


Information about the AS Roma USA Academy and coaches bios can be found at


Schedule of events during the visit will be available the week leading up to visit.


Mar 24 2016 - Jeny Mather
Lonestar Soccer Club is very pleased and proud to announce that Jillian Martinez (02G ECNL), Avery Chaney (02G Red SA), and Azul Alvarez (03G Red) have been invited into the U.S. Soccer Under-14 Girls' National Team Training Camp in Carson, California.  The camp takes place from March 19-March 26, 2016.  It will be held at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center located at the Stubhub Center.  Congratulations to the girls and best of luck!
U14 Girls' YNT Overview:
As part of U.S. Soccer's National Team programming in 2016, the U14 Girls' National Team is beginning a one year cycle for the best players in the country born in 2002 (or potentially later).
Players can be pulled up into the U15 GNT or older at anytime for additional programming.
"Lonestar Soccer Club is thrilled for Jillian, Azul and Avery for their invitations to the U14 Youth National Team camp.  Years of hard work, dedication, training and a desire to be successful has lead to this opportunity.  On behalf of Lonestar Soccer Club, I want to congratulate all three young ladies and wish them the best of luck at camp.  We are very proud of you, well done."  
- Don Cameron, Lonestar SC Executive Director of Soccer
"I couldn't be more excited and proud for the girls.  Their accomplishments have not come down to a single skill or secret; instead, years of hard work, sacrifice and commitment that has created this opportunity.  May the success that has come your way today lead you to your next victory in the years to come.  Congrats and good luck."    
- Wes Schevers, Lonestar SC Girls National League Program Director
"Lonestar SC San Antonio is delighted for Jillian and Avery and their U14 Youth National Team training camp call ups. To have two players in a single age group selected for the national team level is an awesome achievement. We are very proud of the different paths these two incredibly talented girls have taken to this point and look forward to the improvement their dedication to the game will deliver over the coming years. We also congratulate Azul Alvarez from LSC 03G Red on her inclusion in the camp."
- Nick Hallam, Lonestar SC San Antonio Director of Coaching
"The entire Goalkeeping staff here at Lonestar is very excited for Azul and her opportunity to participate in the U14 GNT Camp. She is a very talented young player, and with her continued hard work and commitment, I feel that this is only the beginning for her."  
- Tara Macdonald, Lonestar SC Director of Goalkeeping
"Congratulations to these players on their call ups to the first U14 Girls National Team camp of the new cycle. This will be a great learning and growing experience for them in their young careers. Each player brings a different element to this camp and we are excited they will be evaluated and taught among the best players in their age group in the country. Enjoy this opportunity girls!"
- Sophia Mundy, Lonestar SC USC Champions League Director
LSC-SLC U15B Dragons 4-0 this spring after undefeated fall season!
Mar 12 2016 - Jeny Mather

Way to go, keep up the great work boys!

02B Red & TEPAL teams attend community forum with former NFL player
Mar 01 2016 - Jeny Mather

On Wednesday evening the 02B Red and the 02B TEPAL teams attended a community forum by former NFL player Joe Ehrmann (hosted by Lake Travis High School PTO). "Is Your Young Adult an All Star For a Season or For Life?" was the topic for the evening which was well received by the parents and players in attendance. Look him up if you get a chance - interesting man.


Some facts about Mr. Ehrmann:
  • All-American football player and lettered lacrosse player at Syracuse University. Named to Syracuse University's All-Century Football Team and recipient of the Arents Award, SU's Most Distinguished Alumni honor for his contributions to society.
  • Played professional football for 13 years—Colts Man of the Year.
  • First Ed Block Courage Award Winner.
  • Featured on the cover of Parade Magazine which called Joe "The Most Important Coach in America" because of his work to transform the culture of sports.
  • Named one of The 100 Most Influential Sports Educators in America by the Institute for International Sport.
  • Subject of the New York Times Bestseller Season of Life by Jeffrey Marx. Recognized for his revolutionary concepts of Team-Building, Mentoring and Coaching.
  • Co-founder with wife, Paula, of The Door, a community-based organization that addresses issues of poverty, systemic racism and social justice.
  • Co-founder with wife, Paula, of Building Men and Women for Others (BMWO), addressing issues of masculinity and femininity, also seeking to redefine and reframe the social responsibility of sports, coaches, parent and players. Addresses issues of violence and child advocacy.
  • Selected by Baltimore Business Journal as the Renaissance Person of the Decade for his dedication and commitment to Baltimore City's betterment.
  • Co-founder of Baltimore's Ronald McDonald House, which has served over 35,000 families from all over the world since its inception.
  • National Fatherhood Initiative's Man of the Year award for his work in improving the well being of children by helping fathers become more involved, responsible, and committed to their children.
  • Frederick Douglas National Man of the Year award for empowering youth to prevent rape and other forms of male violence.
  • Recognized by National Consortium For Academics and Sports for annual Coach's Giant Step Award for using the power and appeal of sports to positively effect social change.
LSC 92 Red Alum, Mikey Lopez, joins New York City FC!
Jan 26 2016 - Jeny Mather

Read article here


Congratulations Mikey!

LSC Alumni Update: Felipe Giesen Linssen
Jan 26 2016 - Jeny Mather

Former USSDA and Lonestar player Felipe Giesen Linssen doing well in Spain.


Lonestar SC's staff is very proud of you Felipe and will be watching your continued success!

LSC Alumni Update: Michael Nelson
Jan 26 2016 - Jeny Mather

Congratulations to former Lonestar USSDA player Michael Nelson (94) who was selected by Seattle Sounders in the recent MLS Draft.  Michael continues the tradition of former Lonestar players being selected at the highest level of professional soccer in the US.  "We are very proud of Michael, he has worked hard, shown leadership and perseverance to make into the next level", said Victor Pace Executive Director of USSDA program.


Read more here


Well done Michael Nelson!

LSC-CCU Sirens: Western District Fall '15 Champions!
Jan 25 2016 - Jeny Mather

Congratulations to the U16G CCU Sirens for winning the South Texas Cup Western District Championships, finishing an undefeated Fall 2015 Division 2 season and placing Second at the State Championships.


Way to go LSC-CCU Sirens!

LSC Alumni Update: Mikaela Harvey
Dec 01 2015 - Jeny Mather

The coaching staff at Lonestar SC would like to congratulate Mikaela Harvey on being selected for the US U20 National team. Don Cameron, Executive Director of Select Soccer, adds, "We are all so very proud of her!  Mikaela was the captain of our 96 ECNL National Championship winning team and is a great role model and inspiration for all our young female players at LSC. Well done and good luck Miki!!"


Read more about Mikaela's achievement here

LSC Alumni Update: Thomas Haws
Nov 30 2015 - Jeny Mather

Congratulations to Former Lonestar USSDA player Thomas Haws (94) and his Wake Forest Demon Deacons as they advanced to the NCAA Elite 8 and will face Stanford University. Good Luck to Thomas and his Wake Forest Teammates.

Lonestar USSDA U18 Orrin McKinsie Gaines named 2015 NSCAA Youth All-American
Nov 20 2015 - Jeny Mather

We are very proud to announce that USSDA U18 player Orrin "McKinsie" Gaines has been named to National Soccer Coaches Association of America 2015 Youth All -American Team. This prestigious honor goes out to those players that have been recognized by coaches for excellence on and off the field.  "We are very proud of McKinsie and are honored that our players continued to be recognized Nationally for outstanding play on the field and excellence off the field", said Victor Pace Executive Director of Lonestar USSDA program.


Congratulations McKinsie!

LSC Alumni Update: Malorie Lara
Oct 19 2015 - Jeny Mather

Former Lonestar 96G Red South player Malorie Lara scores first career hat-trick for Southwestern University in a win vs University of Dallas.


Read more here


Great work Malorie!

LSC Alum Kyle Nelson: SoCon All-Freshman Team selection
Nov 17 2015 - Jeny Mather

Kyle Nelson, former Lonestar USSDA player and native of Austin,Texas, started all 18 matches on the backline for the Terriers. He led the team in minutes played and scored one goal on seven shot attempts while playing at the center back position. Congratulations Kyle and the Wofford mens soccer team!

LSC Alumni Update: Thomas Haws
Nov 04 2015 - Jeny Mather

Former Lonestar standout Thomas Haws (94) and his Wake Forest Demon Deacons are having a great season! Wake Forest was crowned ACC regular season Champions with a 4-2 win over Louisville! Congrats to Thomas and his Wake Forest teammates! Good Luck in ACC and NCAA Tournaments.

LSC Alumni Update: Michael Nelson
Sep 30 2015 - Jeny Mather

Former Lonestar SC Development Academy Player Michael Nelson (94) is having a great year so far at Old Dominion University. Michael was part of the first ever Lonestar SC team in 2004 playing his entire career with LSC. Michael continues to be an important part of ODU's success as he was named to Topdrawer team of the week!


See more photos here


Congrats to Michael!

Axel Picazo & Grant Vernon Join U14 Boys USNT
Aug 17 2015 - Jeny Mather

Congratulations to Axel Picazo and Grant Vernon on being invited to the Boys U14 US Youth National Team.  Both boys are part of the U14 United States Development Academy Team here at Lonestar Soccer Club.  Good Luck this week in Carson, California!

Thank You to Soccer Assist for providing new soccer cleats to some of our players!
Aug 04 2015
LSC's Roel Gutierrez invited to US Men's Deaf National Soccer Team Camp
Jul 28 2015 - Jeny Mather

Congratulations to Roel Gutierrez (Lonestar 97B Red) for being invited to the US Men's Deaf National Soccer Team Camp and Tryouts.


We wish you the best of luck!

Hellinghausen, LSC Alum, plays in the PDL!
Jun 11 2015 - Jeny Mather

Logan Hellinghausen who played for the Lonestar SC 94B Premier and the 94B Red team is now playing in the PDL. He is currently a senior at John Brown University and plays for the Southern West Virginia Kings Warriors which is in the South Atlantic Division of the Premier Development League.


Well played Logan!

Sam Stone (00B Red) & Coach Allison: BODP International Trip
Feb 23 2015 - Jeny Mather

Sam Stone from our 00B Red team is making his second appearance this year with the Region III 2000 BODP team. They are in Costa Rica from February 19-26 for the team's International trip. The team is also coached by Steve Allison Executive Director of Coaching & Director of College Placement.

The team is training and playing games against some of the top Costa Rican professional youth teams during their week long trip. In addition will observe training of the pro teams and attend the El Classico between the top two teams Saprissa & Alajuela at the National Stadium.
The team played it's first match February 21st defeating Heredia's U15's 4-0. Sam started at right back helping the team to the win and shutout.


The team has now played 3 matches defeating Berlin 4-1 and drawing with Alajuela 1-1 the U15 Costa Rican Champions. They have one match left on February 25th against Saprissa before returning home on the 26th.

Former Lonestar 93G Glick, Dunnigan sign in Iceland
Feb 16 2015 - Jeny Mather

Former Lonestar players and more recently of Stephen F. Austin women’s soccer team, defender Megan Dunnigan and goalkeeper Morgan Glick signed professional contracts with IA Akranes FC!


Congrats girls!


Read more of their achievement here

Join us for the Aztex vs. LSC U18 USSDA team, Feb. 10th!
Feb 03 2015 - Jeny Mather

Join us on Tuesday, February 10th at 7 PM to see our Lonestar U18 USSDA boys face off against the Aztex!


Where: Kelly Reeves Stadium off of Parmer Lane.

All Lonestar players encouraged to attend, entry is FREE!


Hope to see you there!

Strouphauer of the LSC '99 ECNL invited to U18 USWNT Camp!
Jan 29 2015 - Jeny Mather

Emily Strouphauer of the 99 ECNL team has recently received an invitation into the upcoming U18 US National team camp. The first camp of 2015 will be held at the Olympic Training Center in San Diego and will run Feb 1 - 8 under the guidance of coach April Heinrichs and her staff.


Read more here


Emily has verbally committed to play at the University of Texas when she graduates and currently leads the 99s with 5 goals on the season.

LSC USSDA player Vernon makes U14 National Team Roster
Jan 20 2015 - Jeny Mather

Lonestar Soccer Club is proud to announce that USSDA U14 player Grant Vernon has made the U14 National Team Roster.


"We are pleased to continue the tradition of placing our players at the highest level and getting recognized for doing so.  Grant has worked very hard and has been part of the Lonestar Way for many years!" said USSDA Director Victor Pace.


Grant will travel to Spain in February to play and compete against some of the worlds elite players, we wish him all the best!

LSC player, Gaines, recognized by NSCAA as Youth All American
Jan 16 2015 - Jeny Mather

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has recognized Orrin "McKinze" Gaines as a High School All American for 2015.  The NSCAA is the largest sports organisation is the United States and recognizes the outstanding people involved in the sport of soccer.


"We are once again very proud that a prestigious organization as the NSCAA has recognized McKinzie for this outstanding award" said Executive Director of USSDA program Victor Pace. Gaines will continue this Spring Semester in the US Soccer Residency Program in preparation for the U17 World Cup in Chile.


See the complete list of players named to the All-American Team here


Congratulations to McKinzie Gaines and his Family!