The Olympic Force are back for their third WISL season and fourth season overall.

Western Indoor Soccer League

15781588_1765177223742680_2266884829703009014_nBREMERTON, WA—The Olympic Force have been to two straight Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL) Finals. Before that they were winners of the old PASL Northwest Division. It’s a string of success that most clubs would love to experience. For the Force the job is still not done, though. They have yet to hoist the WISL trophy.

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Head Coach Steve Cashmore returns this season and he will have a different blend of guys to work with. “This year we have a good mix of older indoor veterans and some new younger guys,” Cash says. “We will be without the guys coming up from Oregon for the first time in years (including scoring champion Gus Bermudez) and Bremerton native and Force indoor captain Kyle Johnson is also not returning. We are adding Seattle Pacific grad Jordan Kollars and promising youngster Alex Hernandez. Also…

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