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The Premier League of America (PLA) is an American soccer league with teams in the Great Lakes Region of the United States.  The league is currently split into two divsions (East and West) and is part of the United States Adult Soccer Association, (USASA).  The league began its 1st season of play in 2015 as the Premier League of America.

East Division:

  1. Aurora Borealis SC (Aurora, IL)
  2. Carpathia (Sterling Heights, MI)
  3. Oakland County FC (Rochester, MI)
  4. Ole SC (Wyoming, MI)
  5. RWB Adria (Chicago, IL)
  6. Toledo United FC (Maumee, OH)

West Division:

  1. Milwaukee Bavarians (Glendale, WI)
  2. Croatian Eagles SC (Franklin, WI)
  3. Madison 56ers (Madison, WI)
  4. Minnesota United FC Reserves (Woodbury, MN)
  5. SSC Minneapolis City (Minneapolis, MN)
  6. Cedar Rapids Rampage ( Cedar Rapids, IA)

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Milwaukee Bavarians PLA Signings

Brett Dietz
High School: Bishop McDevitt (Harrisburg, PA)
College: RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology)
     •  Three Year recipient of CoSIDA/ESPN Academy All-Region (2nd team 08, 1st 09, 10)
     •  Garnered All-Empire 8 honorable mention accolades in 2009, 2010, 2nd team honor is 2008
     •  Team Captain 2008, 2009, 2010
Professional: No Experience

Dan Holowaty
High School: St Ignatius (Cleveland, OH)
College: RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology)

     •  Teams leading goal scorer freshman season (2007)
     •  All-Empire 8 Second Team (2008), All-Empire 8 First Team Selection (2010)
     •  All-Liberty League First Team member and NSCAA
     •  Men's Division III All-East Second Team (2011) 
     •  Named to the 2011 ECAC Division III Upstate Men's Soccer All-Star Second Team
     •  Finished his career 10th all-time in points at RIT with 61 and 11th in career goals with 24
Professional: Turned Professional in 2012 signing with the Dayton Dutch Lions (USL Pro), later signed a one-year contract in 2013 with Pittsburgh Riverhounds (USL Pro).

Ian Kalis
High School: (Jesuit, Dallas TX)
     •  Three-time Parade Magazine All-America selection.
     •  US National Team player at the U20, U18, U17, and U15 levels
     •  Attended IMG in Bradenton, FL with the U17  National Team
College: Duke 2008, SMU 2009-2012
Professional: Selected 68th by FC Dallas in the 2012 MLS Supplemental Draft

Scott Lorenz
High School: Barrington, IL
College: University of Wisconsin (2005-2009)
     •  Twice named to the All-Big Ten Second Team, as a junior in 2008 and as a senior in 2009
     •  Finished his collegiate career with 14 goals in 71 appearances for the Badgers.
Professional: Signed Professional contact in 2010 with NSC Minnesota Stars, has additional playing experience with Sporting KC 2011, NSC Minnesota Stars 2011 and Fort Lauderdale Strikers 2012.

Kyle Zenoni
High School: Heartland Arrowhead
College: UW-Milwaukee (2002-2005)
     •  He was a four-year starter at Milwaukee - his 83 career games played ranks tied for seventh in program history - serving as team captain during his senior campaign.
     •  Kyle also led the Panthers to the second round of the NCAA Tournament each season he took the field.
Professional: After Selected by the Chicago Storm in the MISL Draft, Zenoni traveled overseas to continue his professional career. He spent time with Dundee FC, a team in the Scottish Premier League, also playing for Falu FK (a Division 1 club is Sweden), La Paz FC (Premiership in South America) and with the Minnesota Thunder (USL) back in the United States.

Greg Rosenthal
High School: St Paul Central (St Paul, MN)
College: UW-Milwaukee (2007-2010)
     •  Horizon League All-Newcomer Team 2007
     •  First-Team All-Horizon League as a senior 2010
     •  3 year team captain (2008, 2009, 2010)
Professional: Signed to play with GUSK in Sweden following his collegiate career in 2010. Have additional professional experience with Valsta Syrianska IK in Sweden and Exodus Team Wellington in Wellington, New Zealand

Tighe Dombrowski
High School: West Allis Hale
College: UW-Milwaukee (2000-2003)
     •  First team All-Horizon League three times
     •  Honorable mention All-American following his senior season in 2003
     •Helped UW-Milwaukee advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2001, 2002, 2003
Professional: Drafted 50th overall by San Jose Earthquakes in 2003 Super Draft, Signed and played with IK Sirius Fotboll (2006,2007) and Minnesota Thunder (2008).