Milwaukee Torrent Begins Preparation for 2018 WPSL Season
Milwaukee Torrent will be taking the field for the 2018 WPSL Season as the soccer club expands from its men’s side that competes in the NPSL. The Torrent will soon offer the opportunity for talented players from high schools and colleges in the region to continue their playing career.
WPSL Soccer News: Milwaukee Torrent announced on Thursday that the club will field a Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) side, which will begin play during the 2018 season.
The second-tier WPSL includes more than 100 teams nationwide and is the largest women’s soccer league in the world. Its mission is to provide high-level women’s soccer in America and bring affordable, important family entertainment to its local communities.
Davi believes both of the teams will provide Milwaukee’s youth with exposure to a better quality of soccer and provide guidance as they make their way through the ranks.
“It will be great for women to come to the games and see the regional and national competition we will play against,” says Andreas Davi, the owner and head coach of the men’s club.
Wisconsin consists of four NCAA Division 1, one Division II and three Division III women’s collegiate soccer programs, plus many alumni and high school players, which will provide the Torrent with a ranging – and largely untapped – pool of talent. Davi also highlights the possibility of fielding a reserve squad, as he hopes the Torrent will be a “homegrown program.”
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