About Lee Mount Vernon Sports Club

#LMVSCFamily

    Our Mission

    Our mission is to promote health and wellness by creating a fun, competitive, and educational environment while offering an infrastructure so every child within our diverse community, may be afforded the opportunity to experience:

    * Organized Sports  * Leadership Skills  * Community Service    * Academic Success  * Athletic Success  * Childhood JOY!

    Who We Are

    LMVSC is a non-profit organization committed to providing every child in our community access to high quality sports leagues and training. We are located in Fairfax County, Virginia. While Fairfax County is the 3rd richest county in the United States, our club draws players from fourteen Title 1 schools. Every year, we are able to offer our under-privileged community scholarships. LMVSC is proudly able to offer scholarships to 1,000 players in our Basketball and Soccer programs. With over 4,000 players annually, our commitment to serving our community has been steadfast for 50 years. We are dedicated to serving for 50 more!

    Core Values

    Character

    Integrity

    Respect

    Passion

    Commitment

    Discipline

    Accountability

    Patience

    Community

    Inclusion

    Diversity

    Collaboration

    Our History

    LMVSC was born during the summer of 1969. Three gentlemen, John Walker, Dennis Smith, and Walt Ulica, were discussing the need of youth soccer in our area. A consensus emerged that soccer didn’t limit participation for lack of size or height and could be a tool for more participation than some other youth sports. With this agreement, the Lee-Mt. Vernon Soccer Association was born.

    From that humble beginning, LMVSC has expanded it’s programming to where we are today. Our Recreational Soccer Program offers clinics/leagues for players age 2-19. The Travel Soccer Program became a member of the prestigious Club Champions League in 2015. This regional league allows our travel players to compete at the highest level. Combined, more than 2,000 players participate in our soccer programs yearly.

    In 2006, LMVSC became a multi-sport club by adding Basketball programs. Today, our program counts almost 1000 players. The Travel Basketball program competes in the Fairfax County Youth Basketball League against other local clubs since 2011.

    With every step forward, LMVSC always remembers our goals to make players love the game and provide the opportunity to play.

    Board Of Directors

    Lula Bauer – Executive Director

    John Salamone – Club Commissioner

    Tanya Barrows – VP of Equipment / Uniforms

    Kelley Johnson – Treasurer

    Heather Flewallen – Secretary

    Lee Hingle – Referee Liason

    Carol Montoya – Recreational Soccer Commissioner

    James Bosley – Basketball Commissioner

    Ozzy Jimenez – Travel Soccer Commissioner

    LMVSC in the Community

    Breast Cancer Awareness Game

    Our families came out to cheer for their coaches in the first annual LMVSC Breast Cancer Awareness Coaches game. A night of fun, friendly competition came down to penalty kicks where Coach Lee’s team edged out coach Lula’s team. In the end, LMVSC raises $2,000 to donate to the INOVA Schar Cancer Institute.

    Community Engagement

    LMVSC prides itself in developing players of character, on and off the field.

    Lee District Park Grand Re-Opening

    After getting re-turfed over the summer, Lee District Park was ready for it’s grand re-opening. With Supervisor McKay on hand, LMVSC was proud to cut the ribbon. Free play, food, and plenty of sunshine for all our families who came out.

    Food Drive

    Due to the financial stress the COVID-19 Pandemic has created on so many, LMVSC partnered with the Department of Neighborhood and Community Services/Athletic Services Division and the Fairfax Athletes Stand Together” (F.A.S.T) program to hold a food drive. Players and parents alike came out to help support those in our community in need.

    Honoring First Responders

    LMVSC dropped by to say “Thank You” to our first responders as they fight the COVID-19 Pandemic. Staff dropped off lunch on behalf of all our families.

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