Posted On March 8, 2011 by PUSC
Kayla Karlsson, a 2012 graduate of the U17 Placer United ’94 Gold Team, recently committed to the University of Cincinnati. Kayla chose U.C. because of the wonderful coaching staff, the amazing athletic facilities, beautiful campus, and the opportunity to play in a very competitive Division 1 Conference. U.C. plays in the Big East Conference and […]Continue reading..
Posted On March 3, 2011 by PUSC
In Jessica’s own words… “I chose to accept a scholarship to Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, CA. I recently went on a visit and I absolutely fell in love with the campus. I was able to meet some of the players and they all had great things to say about both the school and […]Continue reading..
Posted On February 1, 2011 by PUSC
In Kellyn’s Own Words… I recently committed to attending and playing soccer at the University of Nevada, Reno. I went for a visit in mid-January and I loved the campus. The facilities were amazing as was the coach and the handful of players I met. The reason I chose this university are because they have […]Continue reading..
Posted On January 13, 2011 by PUSC
“I decided to attend the University of Virginia because it has the best of both worlds – an excellent school and soccer program. I wanted to compete at the highest collegiate level. I’m excited to have the opportunity to play in the ACC for the national champions. I’ve had great coaches and teammates at […]Continue reading..
Posted On January 7, 2011 by PUSC
“I recently committed to the University of Central Arkansas. I was on my second visit in October, while it was my parent’s first. The coaches saw me play at the Spring Academy Showcase in Florida in May 2010 and in Surf Cup in San Diego in August 2010. To be honest, I had never […]Continue reading..
Posted On December 24, 2010 by PUSC
In Lexi’s own words “I have committed to Lesley College, a small, DIII private school in Cambridge, MA. I chose Lesley because the classes are small and interactive, but it’s also in a big city full of nearby colleges. They have an excellent soccer program as well as an outstanding arts program at the Art […]Continue reading..
Posted On November 13, 2010 by PUSC
In her own words… “One of the main reasons I chose Point Loma is because since my freshman year, when I first visited the campus, I could completely see myself there and loved the location and atmosphere. I also wanted a place where I could continue to play soccer competitively for a good team on […]Continue reading..
Posted On October 5, 2010 by PUSC
In their words… “We have decided to verbally commit and accept scholarships to Chico State. They are a D2 program who competes in the CCAA, one of the best divisions in the nation. We chose Chico because of their great soccer program where we will continue to grow as players, as well as the instant […]Continue reading..
Posted On September 21, 2010 by PUSC
In Madalyn’s words: “When I started looking at colleges, I had 3 things that I looked for in a school: a fairly small private school, located in Northern California, and a program where I could make a difference. I did some research and found out USF fit all three of my criteria. I visited the […]Continue reading..
Posted On September 19, 2010 by PUSC
Former Placer United player Luis Martinez was just named Chico Athlete of Week scoring some goals! Former Placer United player Ryan Hollingshead playing at UCLA is named as #39 player to watch in college soccer by Top Drawer Soocer’s National Top 100 College Mens Soccer Players to Watch. http://www.chicowildcats.com/awards.aspx?aow=123 http://www.topdrawersoccer.com/college-soccer/college-national-top-100/men#resultsContinue reading..