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Dedication. The price of success is hard work, dedication, and determination. Win or lose, we have applied our selves to be our best.

Passion. Passion is energy. We f eel the power that comes from focusing on what excites us!

Professionalism. We work hard and commit to the details, even when nobody is watching. We don’t label ourselves – it’s a description we hope others will apply to us.

Core Values

Ex Unitate Vires: Strength in Unity. “Unity is strength...when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.” Mattie Stepanek, Poet

Fever Proud: Deep Feeling of Satisfaction of your Achievements. “We may change to stay updated, but we will never change who we are. We are not perfect, but I am Fever Proud and we are more than just soccer!” Constance Smith

Character: Your talent will get you noticed, but your character will get you recruited. Show gratitude. Be a Positive Influence. Do the little things. Be a great teammate. Make a great first impression. Sweep the shed. “Always Remember, whether you are online, on the field, or in the classroom, someone is watching!” Constance Smith

Respect the Process!: Respect the opponent, the rules, and the refs. Respect your teammates, your coaches, and your parents. “Treat people the way you want to be treated. Talk to people the way you want to be talked to. Respect is earned, not given.” Hussein Nishah

Trust: Firm Belief in the strength of something. Trust your Team and they will get better. “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win’s championships.” Michael Jordan

Learn: We focus on the learning process and show how hard work, good strategies, and good use of resources lead to better learning. “1. Stretch the field. 2. Take a touch into space. 3. Keep Possession. 4. Create Space. 5. Talk.” Fever United 2007 Soccer Player

Growth Mindset: A growth mindset is more than just effort; it’s about effort that goes somewhere, causing student/athletes to seek out new strategies and advice from their coaches when they’re just not getting it. It’s effort with an end goal, which eventually leads to growth. “Students with learning goals, take necessary risks and don’t worry about failure because each mistake becomes a chance to learn.” Carol Dweck

Work Ethic: The best team doesn’t always win and the lesser team doesn’t always lose in this game. Although preparation alone doesn’t guarantee a win, teams and the Club must work hard and prepare throughout the week. After having done this, you will have a sense of satisfaction knowing you put everything you had into preparing to accomplish our goal. “Put the work in and Trust the Process!” Kenneth Penn

Spirit: We love soccer! We love to win! But, nothing is more rewarding or important than watching a child grow as a person and a player. To see their heart and spirit change right before your eyes! “It doesn’t hurt to have parents that allow their child to grow in an environment other than home and to let go and trust.” Constance Smith

Competition: Athletic competition clearly defines the unique power of our attitude. “We want our athletes to learn to compete because we want them to compete for the best jobs. We want them to learn how to create and maintain a great team culture because we want them to build strong family cultures. We want them to learn to both lead and follow because our country needs them to be the next generation of leaders. We want them to learn to commit and sacrifice because we want them to become great parents. We want them to learn to be accountable, selfless, disciplined, mentally tough athletes so as parents they will know how to raise young people who are the same way. We want them to learn and demonstrate integrity, because the young people in their lives will learn about integrity by watching them.” Coaches of Significance, ProActive Coaching