The Dynamite Academy was created and founded on the back of the 2016 Graduating class that was called the NJ Stallions Dynamite. The Dynamite team was Coached from U8 all the way to graduation by Shaun Cryer, the owner and founder of the Dynamite Academy. That is 11 years of coaching dedication and focus to the betterment of each players individual development. The Dynamite team and name became synonymous with a special brand of eye catching, creative and exciting style of play. Wherever they traveled, coaches parents and referee’s would comment on the skill and composure each player possessed and that they had rarely if ever seen girls play in such a way. In the years since the Dynamite team graduated, still referee’s would often speak of them in the highest regard. Ultimately the Dynamite team and the way they played became the blueprint of the Cryer coaching method. Each team, following the Dynamite team, would follow suit and emulate and aspire to the same standard and style of play.
The Dynamite while mostly renowned for the way they played the game, also went on to achieve unprecedented success also. The most important success of course, being the Colleges each one of the players went on to represent on the back of the development they received via the Dynamite Academy training (see below the players). While results of a team do not reflect “how a team plays the game”, you can gain an understanding to how they developed as they got older as the results and successes escalated rapidly from U14 and onwards.
What made the Dynamite special was that each of the girls went against the grain and did not buy in to the false perception that a player MUST join a “household name club” in order to be seen or recruited in the future. The Dynamite Girls stuck to principles of player development and became better players each year without selling out to the so called "bigger club". Each Dynamite Player made a commitment to the coach, knowing it was that training, that environment and that dedication the coach made to each player that was the very best thing for their future, NOT the League they played in and certainly not the name of the club - just the coaching. Players got everything they needed within the Dynamite team and were continually taught lessons that they would carry on throughout their lives.
Continuing in the Dynamite's footsteps, the Stampede and Freedom teams were created, and carried on the Dynamite success on and off the field.