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About Crusaders United SC

 

History:
Crusaders United began as Crusaders SC and was founded in 1994 by club president Tim Dunn.  The club started with one girls team coached by Tim and has grown expadentially over the years.  When Bill Johnson came on board so did our boys program.  He helped grow crusaders into the dual gender club that it is today.  The Crusaders SC took a major step several years ago when
it merged with Cape Cod United and then got it's name Crusaders United SC.  Since the merger, the club has become a staple in premier soccer in the South Shore and Cape Cod.  In 2010 Crusaders United had more teams competing for state championships than any other club in Massachusetts.

 

Mission Statement:
The Crusaders United Soccer Club is committed to educating and developing athletes to their maximum potential by creating and developing a safe and positive learning environment. Our club inspires motivated players to this pursuit of excellence by providing the highest level of coaching within our soccer family.


 

Goals and Objectives:
To develop well-rounded players, whose academic and playing abilities enable them to:
 
  • Gain Nomination to State, Regional and National Olympic Development Programs.
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  • Play and excel in club and High School soccer in order to receive college scholarships.
     
  • Attain professional playing opportunities.
     
  • Develop Crusaders United Soccer Club teams that will achieve State, Regional, National, and International soccer championships.
     
  • Sustain a soccer family within our club that is actively involved in our local communities.
     
The realization of these goals must be accomplished within the proper framework of instilling character, self-esteem, respect, responsibility, accountability, and fair play within our young athletes.




Player and Team Accomplishments:

Over 150 Crusader United SC players have made it onto college rosters.

    Colleges include:  Harvard University, Boston University, Syracuse, Connecticut University, Holy Cross, U Mass Amherst, UNH, Dartmouth, Rutgers, Bryant, St. Johns, Univ. of Vermont, Fordham, Colombia, Farleigh Dickenson and countless otherDivision 1, 2 and 3 Colleges and Universities

Crusaders United SC Player Accolades
    4 High School All Americans
    8 High School All New England players
    1 Collegiate All Americans
    5 Collegiate All New England players
    1 Player drafted in MLS
    3 Players that have signed professional soccer contracts


Crusaders United SC Team Accolades
    4 State Cup Championships
    9 State Cup Finalists
    2 Region 1 Championship Finalist
    1 Presidents Cup National Champion
    4 Presidents Cup Region 1 Champions