Posted On June 27, 2019 by PUSC
Placer United is proud to congratulate Paul O’Brien on his successful completion of the U.S. Soccer Academy Director course offered by invitation only to candidates who are working Club Academy Directors with a USSF A license. Paul was selected as one of only fourteen participants from across the country to participate in the year-long course. […]Continue reading..
Posted On June 27, 2019 by PUSC
Lucy Newlin (04), Madison Hamm (05), and Aynsley Conner (02/03) attended the inaugural Girls Development Academy Captain’s Workshop. The session is designed to give players an opportunity to engage in activities to highlight what it takes to become a Youth National Team player, be successful as a collegiate player, and to be a leader on […]Continue reading..
Posted On January 16, 2019 by PUSC
Players First The first-ever group of Players First-licensed clubs features 46 clubs from 19 states around the country. Through a rigorous application process, these clubs have all proven their commitment to providing a holistic club soccer experience for parents and players, which emphasizes the development of each individual to his or her full potential, and […]Continue reading..
Posted On January 13, 2019 by PUSC
Following Friday’s MLS SuperDraft where Placer United alumni Tucker Bone was drafted in the first round by Seattle Sounders, Saturday ushered in another exciting day in Chicago. Placer United Soccer Club had current and former players pick up All American and All Region Awards at the 2019 United Soccer Coaches Convention. The United Soccer Coaches […]Continue reading..
Posted On January 11, 2019 by PUSC
The Seattle Sounders selected United States Air Force Academy midfielder Tucker Bone on Friday with the 20th pick in the first round of MLS SuperDraft 2019. Bone, 22, was born in Tacoma, Wash., and grew up in Granite Bay, Calif. He finished the 2018 season with 13 goals and six assists in 22 appearances and was a semifinalist for the […]Continue reading..
Posted On December 19, 2018 by PUSC
Placer United was named along with 46 other clubs from 19 states across the U.S as part of U.S Club’s first-ever group of Players First-licensed clubs. In a press release from U.S. Club, they said, “The selected clubs have all proven their commitment to providing a holistic club soccer experience for parents and players, which emphasizes […]Continue reading..
Posted On December 11, 2018 by PUSC
Placer United alumna and now Cal Poly star, Mackenzie George was chosen for the Big West Conference Freshman of the Year award. George started every match this season at forward, playing 1,647 minutes. She scored two goals and had an assist in her debut season. A grad of Woodcreek High in Roseville, Calif., George was one of 24 players called […]Continue reading..
Posted On November 19, 2018 by PUSC
Come out and watch the Sierra College Women’s Soccer team Tuesday, November 20th, in their 2nd round playoff game versus Santa Rosa. Kick off is 11:30 a.m. in the Sierra College Stadium. Coach Gantt’s team has had an incredible season winning every game in their conference playing 23 and scoring 102 goals along the way. […]Continue reading..
Posted On November 18, 2018 by PUSC
Placer United celebrated student-athletes who will take their soccer skills to the next level during a college signing ceremony at The Falls Event Center in Roseville. Please join us in congratulating 14 players who will leave the club after high school graduation to play collegiate soccer starting Fall 2019. 2019 Graduating Class Orlando Basurto, Lincoln […]Continue reading..
Posted On September 20, 2018 by PUSC
It was another big month of soccer for Placer United’s 2003 player Kellie Pagador as she added another International trophy to her cabinet by helping the US Women’s U15 (2003) National team win the CFA International Women’s Youth Football Tournament in Weifang China. Kellie who won her first International trophy with the Women’s U16 (2002) National […]Continue reading..