Concussion Awareness - Concussions in sports and elsewhere are getting a lot of attention these days, and for good reason, finally.  Several state youth soccer associations have made Concussion Awareness Training mandatory for all youth sports coaches.  Mass Youth Soccer is currently formulating its position on concussions.  In the meantime, here is what all coaches can do both for the benefit of their players and to use in everyday life.  Go to the Center for Disease Control web site and take the free on-line concussion awareness course.  To do so, paste the following link into your browser.  Parents, too!
Thank you for doing this.  Concussion Awareness Training is expected to become mandatory for all youth soccer coaches soon.  Let's all get in the forefront on concussion awareness.


Thank you to all our teams who competed at the MTOC tournament

A special thanks to the MTOC Sportsmanship winner

These teams are judge against teams from all over the state and I?m proud to say NVYSL had 3 teams win this award.

3 Sportsmanship winners

GU12 1 Harvard

GU19 Tyngsboro

BU16 Harvard


The Girls U19 Tyngsboro Girls made it to the finals giving up there only goal against in the final finishing second in the State.  These girls coached by Chip Ashdown, Amy Schade and Brittany Ashdown are a great representation of what we believe in at Nashoba Valley.



 John LaRoche

President Nashoba Valley Youth Soccer

 10/08/2013: League minutes now added to NVYSL web site.  To keep you better informed we've add Minutes to the documents on the ABOUT page under importand documents. 
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