Varsity Finishes Atop District Standings in 2020
Season Record: 17-2-1
District Record: 9-1-1
Goals For: 63
Goals Against: 12
About Seven Lakes Soccer
The Seven Lakes Boys Varsity Soccer program was started in 2007 and played its first two years in 4A. In that first year of varsity play, SLHS enrolled only freshmen, sophomores and juniors. Despite the disadvantage, in 2007 the Spartans finished 2nd in district and advanced all the way to the regional finals in the state playoffs.
In 2008 the Spartans enjoyed a regular season record of 18-2-3, and won their district title. They then advanced to the bi-district round of the playoffs.
2009 marked the program's emergence into 5A competition, where they have competed at ever since. They have qualified for the 5A playoffs 4 times, most notably in 2013 when they advanced to the regional semi-finals and finished with a season record of 21-2-4.
Our 2016 squad finished the season as regional semi-finalists, advancing to the final 16 in the large school bracket of Texas known as 6A.
The 2020 Varsity team won all it's games at the Austin Lakes Elite Showcase
Seven Lakes Wins District at Every Level in 2018
Varsity and JV Orange celebrate their championships together at the end of district play.
Season Record: 19-3-2
District Record: 11-2-1
Goals Scored Per Game District: 2.93
Goals Allowed Per Game District: 0.71
Season Record: 22-0-0
District Record: 13-0-0
Goals Scored Per Game District: 3.46
Goals Allowed Per Game District: 0.15
Season Record: 18-1-3
District Record: 11-0-2
Goals Scored Per Game District: 4.78
Goals Allowed Per Game District: 0.38
Former Spartan Goalkeeper Mike Nelson Drafted #20 in 1st Round of MLS SuperDraft
JAN. 19, 2018, PHILIDELPHIA, PA
Former Spartan Goal Keeper Mike Nelson was selected in the first round, 20th overall pick by the Houston Dynamo. Mike played his college career at SMU.
During his high school career, Mike was promoted to varsity during his sophomore year, Nelson spent two full seasons in net and holds the school record with 22.4 career shutouts. He allowed 44 goals in 50 games.
Coach Krueger contacted SMU and told them that Mike had all the makings of a great collegiate keeper.
While at SMU Mike was able to achieve the American Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year in both 2014 and 2015 and was named the 2016 American Athletic Conference Preseason Goalkeeper of the Year.
Full Name: Michael Nelson
DOB: February 10, 1995
Hometown: Katy, Texas
High School: Seven Lakes
College: Southern Methodist University