Duluth East Girls Soccer
For Duluth East Girls Soccer Merchandise Click Here
All Orders MUST be placed by Sunday, August 21st.
Congrats to the 2017 Girls Soccer Captains:
Gracie Butchart, Anna Mayer, McKenzie Nelson
2017 Important Dates Page: Click Here
Girls- Thursday, August 10th in the Duluth East Stadium
10-12th Grade- 6-6:30
7-9th Grade- 6:30-7
Pre-Tryout Registration: Click Here
Girls Captains Practices:
August 8th, 9th and 10th at Duluth East High School.
8-9:30 for 7-9th Graders
9:30-11:00 for 10-12th Graders
Duluth East Girls Soccer Information:
For team explanations, individual grade level expectations, team rules and the tryout/team selection process please refer to the team handbook. To view the team handbook Click Here
Girls Soccer @ Jean Duluth Soccer Complex
(backup at Ordean East if weather is poor)
Tryout Info: Monday August 14
Monday - 7am-9am: 7th-9th Graders (Fields 3/4)
9am-11am: 10th-12th Graders (Fields 3/4)
1-2:30: 7th-9th Graders (Fields 1/2)
2:30-4: 10th-12th Graders (Fields 1/2)
Tuesday - Tuesday, August 15
7am-9am- 7th-9th Graders (Fields 1/2)
9am-11am- 10th-12th Graders (Fields 1/2)
1-2:30- 7th-9th Graders (Fields 3/4)
2:30-4- 10th-12th Graders (Fields 3/4)
***Players are NOT to warm up on unassigned fields, the city will be working on those fields and we MUST stay off them***
What to Bring: Ball, water bottle, shin guards, running shoes, Arrive 30 minutes early for warm-up
Coach: Polkowski Contact Info: (C) 464-7009
History of Duluth East Girls Soccer
The Duluth East Girls Soccer team has a long history of excellence, including state tournament births in 1996, 2000 (3rd place), 2001(4th place), and 2002 (3rd place), 2006 and 2010. In addition to Section 7AA runner-ups in 1995, 1999, 2003, 2004. In 2000, 2001, 2002 the hounds were ranked in the top five in the State peaking at #2. Also in 2002 the Hounds qualifed for their 3rd consecutive "dome" appearance, finishing third and were ranked in the top 25 in the United States by the NSCAA.
Over 75 "Hounds" have gone on to play college soccer, including 13 at the Division I level(Casey Cox - Western Illinos, Danielle Beaudette - Creighton, Jake Cressman - Minnesota, Melissa Nelson - Drake, Lisa Berg - Minnesota, Lisa Trachsel - Minnesota, Ali Zobel - Valparasio, Sarah FitzGerald - Minnesota, Liisa Harkins - Collorado College, Cassy Nelson - Western Michigan, Alex Freeman- Drake, Andrea Hyduke- North Dakota and Michelle Stingle- North Dakota). The Greyhounds have also had two players go on to lead their teams to NCAA National Championships, Laura Neumann at Macalester, and Tara Wegehaupt at Nebraska-Omaha.
“I believe that to fit into a team, no individual can put her needs above those of the team as whole. She must play her role, the position the coach assigns her…Remember that in soccer, no role is set in stone. A coach may ask you to play a different position or come off the bench for only one-minute, one game, or one tournament. Roles can change every game, either in very small ways or dramatically.”
- Mia Hamm, “Go for the Goal”
This page is dedicated to all the players who have played here and the memories we have built.
This site is my tribute to all of you.
-Coach Roed & Polkowski