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Examples of "rheenen"
Van Rheenen continues to play for the Over-40 club Real Marin Spurs of the Marin Soccer League.
Derek Van Rheenen (born January 3, 1964 in Ibadan, Nigeria) is a retired U.S. soccer defender who played his entire career with three San Francisco based clubs.
In 1986, Van Rheenen joined the powerhouse amateur club, San Francisco Greek-Americans. In 1988, the team went to the National Challenge Cup final only to lose to the St. Louis Busch Seniors.
In 2000, Van Rheenen was a member, and the leading scorer, for the Olympic Club in the San Francisco Soccer Football League's Major Division. Fellow Berkeley graduate, and Blackhawks team mate, Peter Woodring also played on the team.
A book published in 1812, slightly out of date, said the bailiwick of Utrecht still had ten commanderies: Dieren, Veluve, Tiel, Maasland, Rheenen, Leyden, Schoten.Doesburg, Schelluinen, Middelburg and Schoonhoven.
Following the demise of the Hawks, Van Rheenen rejoined the Greek-Americans and spent five years with the club. In 1994, the Greek-Americans went to the U.S. Open Cup final, this time taking the title with a win over Milwaukee Bavarian Leinenkugel. The Greek-Americans were the last amateur club to win the Open Cup. While the professional teams have dominated the Open Cup since 1995, Van Rheenen and the Greek-Americans continued to experience national success, winning the 1996 and 1998 Over-30 national championship and the 2004 Over 40 national championship.
While born in Nigeria, Van Rheenen grew up in California where he attended Woodside High School in Woodside, California, part of the San Francisco Bay Area. In 1980, he scored one of his team's four goals in Woodside's Central Coast Section championship. After graduating from high school, Van Rheenen attended University of California, Berkeley where he played on the men's soccer team from 1983 to 1986. He was the captain and co-MVP of the league his senior year. He also received Academic All American Honors before graduating with a Bachelor's degree in political economy and German.
In 1990, Van Rheenen he signed with the San Francisco Bay Blackhawks of the American Professional Soccer League (APSL) where he became known as an enforcer. That season the Blackhawks went to the title match, only to fall to the Maryland Bays in penalty kicks. The next year the Blackhawks took the league title, defeating the Albany Capitals. Van Rheenen earned individual honors as a first team All Star. In 1993, the team saw a drop off in its league performance as it concentrated on making a run through the CONCACAF Champions Cup in which it went to the semifinals only to fall to the Hugo Sánchez-led Club América, 4-3 on aggregate. At the end of the 1992 season, the Blackhawks owner pulled the team from the APSL and relocated it to the lower division U.S. Interregional Soccer League (USISL). He also renamed the team the San Jose Hawks. Even under the new name, the Hawks continued to dominate, taking first place in the Pacific Division and winning a spot in the Sizzling Six championship. Despite winning both of its games, the team found itself shut out of the title game based on goal differential. However, Van Rheenen was named a first team All Star again. Despite its success, the Hawks folded at the end of the season. Van Rheenen was team captain during his four seasons with the Blackhawks/Hawks.
After leaving professional soccer, Van Rheenen returned to Berkeley where he attained a Master's degree in education in 1993 and a Doctorate in Cultural Studies in 1997. He is currently a professor at Berkeley managing the Cultural Studies of Sports in Education Master's Degree program in the Graduate School of Education and is the Director of the Athletic Study Center - overseeing all tutorial and advising services for student athletes.
Muzik Dizcovery's Erik van Rheenen wrote that "If this was House of Heroes swing for alternative radio stardom, they just took a big swing and a miss at a pitch way outside the strike zone. Fans probably weren't looking for "Suburba", Part 2, but for anyone who cracked a smile at House of Heroes boldly waving the goofy pop-rock banner, "Cold Hard Want" is a cold, hard disappointment."
South Africa sent a side to the 2006 Barassi International Australian Football Youth Tournament, showing some improvement, but losing games to New Zealand, the ACT and Australian aboriginal side. South African born Luke van Rheenen was selected in the 2007 rookie draft by the St Kilda Football Club. In February 2007, a youth side toured Australia, playing a curtain raiser to the Aboriginal All-Stars match in Darwin as well as games in Kakadu and Perth all against indigenous youth sides. In March, the Australian Convicts returned to play a series of matches, and were defeated for the first time by the South African Buffaloes.
On the way to the final, the San Francisco side ousted the San Jose Oaks 3-2 and Flamenco United 5-2 before narrowly overcoming L.A.'s Exiles 1-0. The Greeks then rolled to a 3-0 victory over the Philadelphia Flames in the semifinal. Lothar Osiander proved to be a lucky talisman for the team again as he faced former U.S. national team coach Bob Gansler's Milwaukee team in the final. Greek-American won the match behind two goals from Mike Deleray and one from Derek van Rheenen. The victory marked the third consecutive title for a Northern California team in the Open Cup.