Come Support Crossfire This Weekend!
Crossfire Premier’s new NPSL team will continue their season this Saturday, May 25, at Pop Keeney Field in Bothel and we’re hoping our XF players and families can come out to support the club. The game will kickoff at 7 p.m.
The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) is the largest established men’s soccer league in the United States with 98 teams competing across the country in 2019 (https://www.npsl.com). Crossfire’s team competes in the Northwest Conference and started the season with a 2-1 victory in Portland last weekend versus PDX FC.
The vast majority of the Crossfire roster is comprised of the club’s former players, who are now playing college soccer and who’ve returned home for the summer to pull on the XF shirts once again. Melding with the club’s development model, several players also currently play for the Crossfire Academy teams and are receiving great experience playing with and against older competition.
2 Ethan Bartlow – University of Washington, Crossfire since U-15
10 James Burkholder – Seattle University, Crossfire since U-14
11 Sterling Eaglin – Current XF Academy
19 Wesley Frankel – Current XF Academy
21 Colman French – Whitworth University, Crossfire since U-16
1 Lars Helleren – Seattle Pacific University, Crossfire since U-18
18 Edgar Iniquez – Crossfire since U-14
16 Rory King – Current XF Academy
17 Munier Hussen – Current XF Academy
12 Bailey Letherman – UNLV Crossfire since U-10
1 Bryce Logan – University of Washington, Crossfire since U-16
7 Caleb McAuslan – Cornell University, Crossfire since U-13
22 Declan McGlynn – Seattle University, Crossfire since U-9
20 Charlie Ostrem – University of Washington, Crossfire since U-15
14 Joey Parish, University of Washington, Crossfire since U-10
23 Nik Reierson – Seattle Pacific University, Crossfire since U-10
24 Stirling Russell – Clemson University
8 Christian Soto-Rincon – Current XF Academy, Crossfire since U-14
9 Jaret Townsend – University of Washington, Real Colorado Academy
4 Hal Uderitz – Seattle University, Crossfire since U-15
3 Ed Weise – Seattle Pacific University, Crossfire since U-9
For everyone who cannot make the game, it will be live-streamed on the Crossfire MyCujoo TV channel: https://mycujoo.tv/video/crossfire-premier-sc?id=45003.
Sunday, the team moves on to play OSA Seattle FC, kicking off at 7 p.m. at Starfire.