SUSA is going in the same direction the rest of LI clubs are heading. Its kind of like they are paying the price of putting all their time in training bigger solid girls to play a sport that very rarely depends on size to make a difference. At this age everything starts to even out and the size advantage serves as to hinder entire teams that are always opened up at the back when the skilled kids challenge them. Girls all of a sudden become slower, their balance get out of whack and once powerful shots won't be hitting targets due to changes in the body. The smaller kids that were sidelined over the years, that spent time developing technique and ball handling skills will now become the show stoppers. Girls that can execute plays and dribble the ball will be running rings around the bigger line up at SUSA. We saw it starting last year where top teams at every tournament we attended were using a play maker that was smaller and extremely skilled on the ball. Looks as if the size vs skill difference will be even-ing out in the next couple months. Hopefully we finally get to see some exciting soccer and not the boot down the side and cross into the box for a chance, as typical with all LI clubs.