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  • Sports Authority State Cup kicks off at six different venues all over the Southland

    FULLERTON, CA - It’s that time of year again! With the first whistle on Saturday morning, Cal South’s Sports Authority State Cup officially kicked off with the Mayors and Governors Youngers Division, with all the action taking place at Ryan Park in Escondido, the IE Surf Soccer Complex in San Bernardino, the all-new Silverlakes Sports Complex in Norco, the National Soccer Complex in Lancaster and Brewster Park in Apple Valley and SoCal Sports Complex in Oceanside.

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    The Mayors Division, which consists of Boys U9, U10, and U11 age groups as well as Girls U9 and U11 categories, played the group phase this weekend. The top team of each group have automatically advanced, while 13 wildcards will play in the Round of 32, moving on to the Round of 16 and quarterfinals, all played the following weekend. The semifinal and final rounds are set to take place on Feb. 6 and 7, respectively, at the Silverlakes Sports Complex.

    The Governors Division, consisting of Boys U9 and U10 age groups, and Girls U9, U10, U11 and U12 categories also began this weekend. The top two teams of each group, and two wildcards moved on to the Round of 64, playing the Round of 32 and Round of 16 next weekend. With the quarterfinals and semifinals on Feb. 6 and 7, the championship match will be played on Saturday, Feb. 13, also at Silverlakes Sports Complex.

    Among the participating teams, Pacific Soccer Club San Clemente G10 is in the list of teams that have advanced to the Round of 16. Led by Coach and former Cal South State Cup champion Kevin Keiffer, the San Clemente team finished the weekend at the top of their group with nine points, earning two shutouts and allowing only one goal in the group phase, one of only four teams to do so.

    “I think the grouping gives teams that haven’t done that well an opportunity to win, which obviously is good for kids at this age,” Keiffer told calsouth.com.

    “I didn’t appreciate the significance of the event until I saw it from the coaching side. To me it was different teams that we hadn’t played before, but now it’s teams that are from all over the place, the best of the best, so it’s a good experience,” he added.

    PSC San Clemente will battle it out this upcoming weekend against Crescenta Valley SC at the So Cal Sports Complex in Oceanside in search for their ticket to the quarterfinals.

    Make sure to follow Cal South on all its social media outlets to get all the latest updates on the Sports Authority State Cup action: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.

  • Former Cal South player Eric Calvillo, ready to make strides at NY Cosmos

    Just a few years ago, midfielder Eric Calvillo was just another player from Cal South side Real So Cal Soccer Club. The thing was, he wasn’t just another player.

    Calvillo’s standout performances with his club have opened plenty of doors, leading him to great opportunities. One of those opportunities led him to become a part of Cal South’s Olympic Development Program, one of the leading programs in the country that has provided the U.S. National Teams, men and women, at both youth and First Team levels, 30% of its players.

    “Starting with Cal South’s ODP [Team] was a way to get to the National Team,” Calvillo said in an interview with calsouth.com. “The team that we had was very talented, we were playing an age up, which helped out in my development. When we played our own age, we were the top ODP team. I think playing with the best players in Cal South, in California, helped my game and helped me get looked at [by scouts] as well,” he added.

    But now, Calvillo is going to be seen on a whole different level. On January 15th, Calvillo fulfilled a lifetime dream that many young players dream they could live, he signed his first professional contract with NASL powerhouse New York Cosmos, a club that has enjoyed renown players such as Brazilian legend Pele, German professional Franz Beckenbauer, and most recently Spanish midfielder Raul.

    “It’s a privilege, those are big names,” Calvillo said. “I’m a little nervous to try to carry those names, I’ll carry the team if I have to. It’s a privilege to play for the New York Cosmos, their fans are good, they love soccer and support the team. It’s definitely a good step for me.”

    Although the move from his hometown of Palmdale, Calif. to New York will be a new experience for the 18-year-old, he won’t experience it alone. Last August, the Cosmos signed former San Diego Nomads Soccer Club defender Alexis Velela. Not only were Calvillo and Velela teammates in the United States U-17 National Team, but also throughout their time in Cal South’s ODP Program.

    To have Velela there with him will definitely help Calvillo get accustomed with his new team.

    “I would’ve gotten comfortable after a couple of months or so, but with Alexis being there, a player that’s been there for a couple of months now, he’s familiar with the program. I think going in, and him being there with me is going to help me a lot,” Calvillo said.

    Both Calvillo and Velela will have their work cut out as the New York Cosmos earned their second title in three years last year and have since caused worldwide attention. Although the task at hand will be a challenge, Calvillo is determined to help the Cosmos succeed this upcoming 2016 season.

    “I’m going to go there, train as hard as I can, get in the starting line-up with the First Team and play in a lot of matches. That’s what it’s all about, so I’m able to develop and grow and see if I can make it with the Cosmos and maybe be the face of the Cosmos,” he finalized.

    The Cosmos will begin preseason on February 1st, heading to California for three preparation matches ahead of their April 3rd kick-off.

    [Pictures courtesy of New York Cosmos]

  • NSCAA Convention coverage continues with out Cal South Day 2 Recap

    BALTIMORE - Day 2 of the NSCAA Convention in Baltimore brought out more stars from the world of soccer, including Sounders Head Coach Sigi Schmid, FC Kansas City Midfielder Yael Averbuch as well as coverage from the NWSL Draft.

    Cal South added four more of its former players to the professional ranks as four alumnae were selected in the NWSL College Draft on Friday morning. Orlando Pride put their trust in three of the Cal South alumnae, while the Western New York Flash will count on Cal South’s 2011 Player of the Year Makenzy Doniak.

    At the booth, attendees continued to enjoy the giveaways and prizes such as Cal South-branded cinch bags and scarves, as well as entering to win an autographed LA Galaxy jersey. Cal South’s street soccer performer DJ Diveny captured the attention of the younger attendees; Diveny offered a short juggling session to those interested, with many taking home a free Nike soccer ball for their participation.

    FC Kansas City and reigning NWSL champion Yael Averbuch signed autographs and took photos with fans at the booth, as well as taking part in an interview for Cal South. Current Seattle Sounders Coach and former Cal South volunteer Sigi Schmid spoke about his time with the state association and spoke about the player development available at Cal South. Toronto FC Director of Sport Science spoke about the importance of training and nutrition and our very own Region IV Youth Referee of the Year, Vanessa Dee, stopped by our booth for a quick hello.

  • Cal South makes strong impression at the 2016 NSCAA Convention in Baltimore

    BALTIMORE - After 3 full days of activity, the 2016 NSCAA Convention was a complete success and is now in the books, as we look forward to 2017 in Los Angeles. Without a doubt, Cal South made a big impression on the attendees.

    Over the next few days we'll be recapping all the action on a day-by-day basis, starting with Day 1, Thursday, Jan. 14.

    Cal South headed to MLS’s annual SuperDraft where five Cal South alumni were selected to take part in five different MLS teams’ preseason camps that will begin on Friday, January 22.

    Once the clock struck six o’clock, the convention officially kicked off, with thousands of soccer coaches and aficionados flowing through the convention doors looking to expand their knowledge in all sectors of the game. The hundreds of attendees who stopped by Cal South’s booth were more than impressed to not only be welcomed with a meal, but also with all the prizes and giveaways that included a raffle to win a D.C. United autographed ball.

    Among the attendees, Cal South was joined by Toronto FC’s Head Coach Greg Vanney and Assistant Coach Robin Fraser, former Cal South coaches. LA Galaxy president Chris Klein, Seattle Reign FC Coach Laura Harvey, National Soccer Hall of Famer Rick Davis, Real So Cal Club Director Alberto Bru, Redlands University Mens Head Coach Ralph Perez and Fullerton Rangers Director of Coaching Jimmy Obleda also stopped by.

    Click the player below to view all their interviews.

     

  • Four Cal South alumnae drafted in the 2016 NWSL College Draft

    Baltimore, MD (January 16, 2016) After five Cal South alumni were selected in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft, four alumnae were added to the list as they joined the next ranks of professional soccer at the National Women’s Soccer League College Draft that took place on Friday morning at The Baltimore Convention Center.

    With just the same excitement and commotion in the room as in the SuperDraft, NWSL President Amanda Vandervort and Commissioner Jeff Plush made opening remarks to inaugurate the third annual College Draft.

    Just as the first round was about to conclude, the Orlando Pride were on the clock, and they had their sights on former Beach FC and Cal South ODP midfielder Samantha Witteman. And with the 10th overall selection, the Cal alum will now begin the next step to her career playing with the Lions, alongside Cal South alumna Alex Morgan.

    “It feels so awesome, you really can’t believe it. I’m just so excited and grateful for this opportunity,” Witteman told Cal South TV following her selection. “I’m most looking forward for the opportunity, improving my game and really taking my game to the next level.”

    Shortly thereafter, and once the second round was underway, Cal South’s 2011 Player of the Year Makenzy Doniak would be selected as the 11th overall pick by the Western New York Flash, joining Cal South alumnae Ashley Nick and Elizabeth Eddy.

    Christina Burkenroad, former La Jolla Nomads and Cal State Fullerton forward, will be joining Witteman at Orlando Pride as she too was selected in the draft, coming in as the the 15th overall pick. Dani Weatherholt was also selected by the Pride, coming in as the 31st selection.

    The NWSL season kick-off and 2016 season schedule will be announced in the coming weeks.

  • Five former Cal South players drafted in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft

    Baltimore, MD (January 14, 2016) “It all starts here.” That's the saying Major League Soccer has been using for its 2016 SuperDraft, something that now symbolizes a new journey for 5 former Cal South players. On Thursday afternoon at the Baltimore Convention Center, these 5 Cal South alumni were selected by 5 different MLS teams to join their preseason camp that starts on Friday, January 22 in search for one of the 30 spots available in every team roster.

    As 1 p.m. ET was approaching, the anxiousness was at an all-time high as hundreds of aspiring soccer players gathered in hopes of hearing their name called up by MLS Commissioner Don Garber.

    It wasn’t long until Cal South alumni would begin to get drafted, with Joshua Yaro, former Santa Barbara Soccer Club defender going to the Philadelphia Union as the second overall SuperDraft pick. The Kumasi, Ghana native impressed Union Head Coach Jim Curtin in the Player Combine and is ready to leave his stride with the Philadelphia team.

    “It was the longest four minutes ever,” Yaro said jokingly after his selection. “I was sitting next to my family and my girlfriend said, ‘you’re sweating.’ It was a great experience and that’s what I enjoyed of it all and you’re going to remember that and you have to just enjoy it.”

    Shortly after Yaro’s selection, the Chicago Fire made a trade with New York City FC to acquire the fourth overall pick, selecting reigning national champion with Stanford University, Brandon Vincent. The former Strikers FC defender, however, was not available at the SuperDraft as he is currently on international duty with the United States National Team, receiving his first international call-up just a few days ago.

    Former Cal South coach/volunteer and current Seattle Sounders FC Head Coach Sigi Schmid would put his faith on a fellow Santa Barbara Soccer Club alum, Tony Alfaro, his first of only two second round selections. The defender, playing at local California State University, Dominguez Hills, was more than happy upon his selection.

    “It’s a little unreal to be here, it’s a big dream come true,” Alfaro said. “I’m super happy to have my family, my girlfriend, my coaches and everyone here to support me.”

    Also selected, but not present at the SuperDraft were Stanford University midfielder Eric Verso, as well as former San Diego Surf forward Keegan Smith.

  • Cal South claims five titles at 2016 U.S Youth Soccer ODP Region IV Championships

    PHOENIX (Sunday, January 10, 2016) Cal South claimed 5 of the 10 titles up for grabs at the 2016 US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program Region IV Championships taking place over the weekend at the Reach 11 Sports Complex in Phoenix.

    The 1999 Girls, 2000 Boys, 2000 Girls, 2001 Girls, and 2002 Boys were among the winning teams this year, but it will be the first three teams mentioned that have earned three of the four spots to play in U.S. Youth Soccer’s ODP Championships at the end of February, also taking place in Phoenix.

    The four-day tournament featured teams of elite players in the 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 age groups, from Region IV, which includes Alaska, Arizona, California North, California South, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

    Match Highlights (provided by U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Communications)
    1999 Girls

    2015 Region IV and National Champions Cal South 99 defended its region title after a 4-0 victory over Utah 99. Sydney Carr’s first half brace gave Cal South the lead at halftime. 2014 ODP Region IV Tournament team member Catarina Macario scored her eighth and ninth goal to finish with the most in the tournament as Cal South will now look to defend its national title at the ODP Championships in February.

    2000 Boys

    Cal South 00 will head to the ODP Championships thanks to a 7-0 finals win over Nevada 00. Omar Ollarzabal’s hat trick gives him four goals for the tournament, which leads the age group. Cal South’s Noel Moncada, Nomar Ibarra, Javier Sanchez and Roberto Rodriguez all also contributed goals also contributed goals in the win.

    2000 Girls


    Cal South 00 rounds out the group of teams heading to the ODP Championships thanks to a 2-1 win over Utah 00. Cal South’s Trinity Watson broke the scoreless stalemate in the 16th minute, but Alexxis Ward equalized for Utah at the beginning of the second half. Skylar Smith scored the match’s third and final goal for Cal South in the 68th minute, giving Cal South the regional title.

    2001 Girls

    Cal South 01 defeated Oregon 01 3-0 in the finals match of the day for the 2001 Girls title. Samantha Williams scored a first-half brace in the span of five minutes for Cal South, and Lilli Rask added Cal South’s third and final goal of the match in the 35th minute.

    2002 Boys

    Cal South 02 took home the Region IV title after a 3-0 win over Utah 00. Max Laguna scored 11 minutes into the match, and the score remained 1-0 until the 67th minute, when Victor Cano scored his seventh and eighth goal of the tournament within the span of three minutes to secure the Cal South win.

  • Save the date! Cal South Annual General Meeting & Hall of Fame Luncheon

    Join us in Long Beach for our Annual General Meeting & Hall of Fame Luncheon as we induct the Class of 2016 into the Cal South Hall of Fame at the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel on Saturday, February 13, 2016.

    The day will begin at 8 am with registration and a continental breakfast, followed by the Annual General Meeting and the Annual Board Meeting, where the winners of this year’s elections will be announced.

    The event will then conclude with the Hall of Fame Luncheon and Awards Ceremony. Cal South will honor its annual award winners, as well as the Class of 2016 Hall of Fame inductees. The names of those that will be inducted to Cal South’s Hall of Fame will be announced in the coming weeks.

    For more information on this event, stay updated by following Cal South on all its social media outlets: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.

    Renaissance Long Beach Hotel - 111 East Ocean Boulevard Long Beach CA 90802 | 562-437-5900

    Registration and Continental Breakfast – 8:00 am - 9:00 am

    Annual General Meeting – 9:00 am - 10:30 am
    Annual Board Meeting – 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
    Registration – 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
    Hall of Fame Luncheon & Awards Ceremony – 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

     

  • 10 Cal South Pro+ Teams head to Phoenix for Region IV ODP Championships

    10 Cal South Pro+ Teams Head to Phoenix for 2015 US Youth Soccer Region IV ODP Championships
    Cal South Looking to Repeat Last Year's Record-Setting Sweep Performance

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    PHOENIX (Tuesday, January 5, 2016) -- Cal South PRO+ has announced the rosters for its ten PRO+ | Olympic Development Program (ODP) teams that will travel to the Reach 11 Sports Complex in Phoenix to take part in US Youth Soccer Region IV ODP Championships from January 7-10, 2016. Cal South will play in five age groups for boys and girls, comprising 180 players from all over Southern California who will compete with the other 13 western states that make up US Youth Soccer's Region IV.

    Cal South's teams will attempt to surpass 2015's performance, collecting 8 out of 10 championship titles at the same location. Cal South PRO+/ODP teams have won an astounding 71 of a possible 86 regional championships (82%) for which it has competed in the last nine years, and 36 out of 40 in the past four years, including 9 out of 10 titles in both 2012, 2013 and 10 out of 10 in 2014.

    "I put the success of our PRO+ | ODP teams at these events 100% on the fantastic clubs and coaches throughout Cal South who train these players day to day," said Steve Hoffman, Cal South's Director of Coaching Education, PRO+ and Player Development. "It is because of their remarkable efforts in guiding and developing these players that Cal South PRO+ gets an opportunity to show the rest of the country, on both a regional and national level, how rich Southern California is in soccer talent."

    "I feel that every club that has a player, not just traveling to Phoenix this week, but in our overall player pools throughout the year is what makes Cal South Pro+ the national success it is. All of our clubs, coaches and parents should be proud of the job they are doing with player development."

    Teams in the 1999 and 2000 age groups are playing for a chance to move on to the 2016 US Youth Soccer ODP Championships from February 25 through 28, also at the Reach 11 Sports Complex in Phoenix.

    "I tell our players the same thing every year: performance equals success," Hoffman continued. "If you consistently play well and at the top of your game, the results will be there."
    Cal South will broadcast scores and photos on its social media platforms throughout the event. Daily scores and photos will be posted on twitter.com/CalSouthSoccer and instagram.com/calsouthsoccer, while recaps of each day's action and top photos will be posted at www.facebook.com/CalSouthSoccer.

    Cal South congratulates all of its talented PRO+|ODP players that have made the rosters for the Jan 7-10 competition, and wishes them the best of luck in their efforts in Phoenix!

    1999 Cal South PRO+|ODP Boys
    Goalkeepers: Matt Reich (United FC) Andrew Fasano (Fullerton Rangers)
    Defenders: Michael Guerra (Fullerton Rangers), Edward Salazar (Fullerton Rangers) Heron Martinez (Oceanside Breakers) Andres Canal (CUSC Blue), Will Hayward (California Rush), Chad Morgan (NVSC Blue)
    Midfielders: Hugo Lemus (FC Long Beach) Kepler Despinos (FC Golden State) Jose Solorio (Aztecs FC) Estuardo Zecuna De La Cruz (Valley United) Devon Cornejo (Legends FC)
    Forwards: Juan Reyes (Corinthians) Spencer Hines (Strikers FC) Raul Rojas (Pateadores) Arturo Rocha (Oceanside Breakers) Eduardo Charies (Fullerton Rangers)
    Alternates: Augustus Hanson (Santa Barbara) Nicholas Braybrooke (LA Premier) Justin Lee (Slammers FC) Francisco Gomez (Corinthians)
    Head Coach Jim Lagan Assistant: Coach Andy Pierce Team Manager: Oscar Cardona

    2000 Cal South PRO+|ODP Boys
    Goalkeepers: Jose Guadarrama (MNCV Sharks), Mitchell Wilson (Cerritos United FC)
    Defenders: Diego Caballero (Oxnard PAL), Juan Gomez (West Coast FC), Brandon Grandaski (LA Premier FC), Braulio Roque (S.L.A Nomads), Evan Zamora (Oxnard Pal), Kevyn Lopez (TFA OC)
    Midfielders: Javier Sanchez (Oxnard PAL), Nomar Ibarra (Fullerton Rangers), Jordan Sime-Tagne (LA Premier FC), Edwin Ocampo (LA Premier Fc), Roberto Rodriguez (Crescenta Valley SC)
    Forwards: Noel Moncada Cerritos United SC), Christian Zavala FC Long Beach), Omar Ollarzabal (Corinthians SC), Christopher Reyes (Newport Mesa SC), Nicholas Barrera (Cerritos United FC)
    Alternates: Colton Theaker (Santa Barbara SC), Rodolfo Prado Hernandez, Jack Monach (Irvine Slammers), Jaden Slusiewicz (Strikers FC), Alfonso Briceno (Oxnard PAL)
    Head Coach: Chris Woolley Assistant Coach: Anton Arrache Team Manager: Nick Garcia

    2001 Cal South PRO+|ODP Boys
    Goalkeepers: Jose Estrada (Fullerton Rangers), David Ochoa(Oxnard Pal)
    Defenders: Flavio Vasquez (Pateadores IER), Jack Hnatek (CUFC Elite), Kyle Hadfield (SMUFC), Keven Peraza (TFA Barcalona), Raymond Miranda (Oxnard Pal), Diego Briceno(Oxnard Pal)
    Midfielders: Juan Carrasco Martinez (Albion SC), Oscar Cervantes (TFA Barcalona), Edwin Camacho (TFA –OC), Angel Ariza (West Coast FC), Nathan Espanto (Pateadores IRV)
    Forwards: Andrew Miranda (San Diego SC), Jaylen Magana (Bakersfield Legacy), Diego Aragon (IE Surf Academy), Pablo Figuero (LA Premier FC LAFA), Jaden Edwards (Mission Viejo Soccer Club),
    Head Coach: Mike Smith Assistant Coach: Christian Jimenez Team Manager: Dawn Harris

    2002 Cal South PRO+|ODP Boys
    Goalkeepers: Christian Olivares (Oxnard Pal), Seth Lawrence (Pateadores IRV)
    Defenders: Gerardo Mendoza (FCLA Black), Alex Magana (Freedom FC), Tyler Oakson (West Coast), Keller Vasquez (Total Futbol Academy), David Perez (San Diego Surf)
    Midfielders: Brian Lima (AVFC TC) Juan Torres (La Espranza SB) Skyler Smith (West Coast) Gabriel Willadsen (Albion FC), Jose Luis Alvarado (Fullerton Rangers)
    Forwards: Alfredo Moran (San Diego Surf), Victor Cano (FCLA), JP Melgoza (Oxnard PAL), Conner Place (Fullerton Rangers), Andrew Resendiz (Fullerton Rangers) Max Laguna (Irvine Strikers),
    Alternates: Ceaser Zamora (Laguna Niguel SC), Marko Medina (Albion FC), Hunter Hanes (Pateadores IRV), Carter Orchulli (Albion FC) Angle Iniguez (Albion SC White), Patrick Fishburne (Albion SC)
    Head Coach: Steve Hoffman Assistant Coach: Guillermo Medina Team Manager: Paul Enston

    2003 Cal South PRO+|ODP Boys
    Goalkeepers: Connor Olsen (West Coast FC), Jonathan Mennell (LA Galaxy South bay)
    Defenders: Jalen Calloway (West Coast FC), Edwin Dominguez (Corinthians SC), Anthony Morales (LA Galaxy South bay), Ulysses Quintero (FC Golden State), Eric Reyes (Downey FC)
    Midfielders: Fletcher Banks LA Galaxy Bakersfield), Alec Dennison, Martin Killeen (Total Futball Academy), Gael Quintero, Bogart Roca (Arsenal FC), Mikey Sherlock , Anthony Wilson
    Forwards: Felix Barajas, Noah Dougher (Albion FC), Damon Smargon, Joel Trejo (Total Futball Academy) Luis Manzo (Central California Aztecs)
    Alternates: Steven Ruiz (Total Futball Academy), Alejandro Arenada (FC Golden State FC), Gavin Chagnon (FC Golden State FC), Spencer Simis (West Coast fc), Anthony Morales (LA Galaxy South Bay)
    Head Coach: Sami Nedjar Assistant Coach: Romeo Aguinaldo Team Manager: Jacob Amaro


     Cal South PRO+|ODP Girls 1999

    Goalkeepers: Zoe Clevely (Slammers FC), Savannah Madden (San Diego Surf)
    Defenders: Chloe Boice (So Cal Blues SC), Sabrina Enciso (So Cal Blues), Claire Watkins (Albion SC), Sophia Serafin (West Coast FC), Kayla Valenzuela (Albion SC), Hannah Sharts (Real So Cal).
    Midfielders: Viviana Villacorta (Real So Cal), Aaqila McLyn (Beach FC), Samantha Fisher (Real So Cal), Karly Weeks (Pateadores IER), Denae Antoine (Legends FC).
    Forwards: Claire Grouwinkel (Fram SC), Ashley Johnson (TVSA Hawks), Kayla Cannon (West Coast FC), Catrina Macario (San Diego Surf), Sidney Carr (Irvine Strikers).
    Alternates: Emily Cuthbert (CUFC Elite), Cammie Dopke (LA Premier), Brooke Redington (So Cal Blues), Hanna Goff (Legends), Monique Pounce (Beach FC), Nia Harris (Legends FC), Emma Hotaling (SLOSC Storm), Emma Vanderhyden (Arsenal FC), Kameryn Hoban (CUFC Elite), Emelia Owen (CUFC Elite).
    Head Coach John Napier; Assistant Coach Justine Sauder Pinder Najjar Team Manager Sarah Garcia

    Cal South PRO+|ODP Girls 2000
    Goalkeepers: Mattison Interian (Slammers FC), Lindsey Uteda (Real So Cal)
    Defenders: Julia Ware (West Coast FC), Amber Huff (San Diego United), Sydney Sparks (SD Surf), Janae Lee (Legends FC)
    Midfielders: Kailey Smith (West Coast FC), Kali Trevithick (SD Surf), Amethyst Trang (Arsenal FC), Skylar Smith (So Cal Blues), Luisa Delgado Heinz (Real So Cal), Jenna Nighswonger (Slammers FC), Isabel Dehakiz (Legends FC)
    Forwards: Trinity Watson (SD Surf), Molly Myers (Oceanside Breakers), Zoe Hasenauer (Real So Cal), Alexandra Jaquez (Legends FC)
    Alternates: Kaitlin Bebe (LA Galaxy South Bay), Shelby Little (CVU White), Analisa Gjonovich (So Cal Blues), Bianca Caetano-Ferrara (SD Surf), Sierra Enge (Carlsbad United), Annabella Folino (West Coast FC))
    Head Coach: Michelle Myers Assistant Coach: Wendy Espejel Team Manager: Meme Aldrete

    Cal South PRO+|ODP Girls 2001
    Goalkeepers: Clarissa Grajeda (Eagles FC), Clarissa Ramirez (Arsenal FC)
    Defenders: Sierra Dunphy (San Diego Surf SC), Malia Faramarzi (San Diego Surf SC), Savannah Kessler (Slammers FC), Madison Curry (West Coast FC), Jordyn Gathers (So Cal Blues)
    Midfielders: Chloe Ragon ( ) Chloe Deveze Gathers (So Cal Blues), Samantha Williams (So Cal Blues), Alexandra Palangi (Santa Barbara SC), Maddie Mercado (San Diego Surf SC)
    Forwards: Savianna Gomez (Beach FC), Sophie Jones (Arsenal FC), Avery Shaffer (CUFC Elite), Maliyah Medley (Legends FC), Lilli Rask (Slammers FC), Dylan Lewis (Beach FC)
    Alternates: Sarai Zedingil (Beach FC) Laney Carroll (Legends FC) Yordan Scales (West Coast FC) Mya Swinton (San Diego Surf), Julia Burdick (LA Premier), Alexis Cordero (Arsenal FC) Kate Wiesner (Slammers FC) Kennedy Wesley (So Cal Blues)
    Head Coach: Chris Sydney Assistant Coach: Brett Whitfield Team Manager: Melissa Cardenas

    Cal South PRO|ODP+ Girls 2002
    Goalkeepers: Lucy Hayward (Beach FC), Cameron Russo (Strikers FC)
    Defenders: Faith Hopper (Fullerton Rangers), Paige Hopper (Fullerton Rangers), Madison Perez (Legends FC), Ryley Tanner (Real SO Cal), Kassidy Valtierra (Slammers FC)
    Midfielders: Alexa Gonzalez (Arsenal FC), Isabel Loza (Fullerton Rangers), Haley Mossmer (San Diego Surf), Frida Murrieta (Arsenal FC), Sydney Sharts (Eagles SC), Grace Watkins (LA Galaxy South Bay)
    Forwards: McKenna Corbon (West Coast FC), Cordelia Cross (Eagles SC), Shayra James (Liverpool SC), Kaitlyn Roditis (Fram SC), Rachel Rosen (LA Galaxy South Bay)
    Alternates: Sydney Bloch (LA Galaxy South Bay), Brianna Cortez (CDA Slammers), Angelina Espinal (Rebels SC) , Ashley Lamason (LA Galaxy Southbay), Samantha Reyes (Strikers SC)
    Head Coach: Dan Codina Assistant Coach: Mike Chin Team Manager: Ashley

    Cal South PRO|ODP+ Girls 2003
    Goalkeepers: Hannah Arneson (Legends FC), Grace Klosinski (Strikers)
    Defenders: Litzy Morales (So Cal Blues), Courtney Boone (Legends FC), Madelyn Taylor (San Diego Surf), Gabriella Collaatos (LA Galaxy South Bay Elite), Holly Hunter (Arsenal FC) Josephine Masters (So Cal Blues)
    Midfielders: Riley Gleason (So Cal Blues), Jessica Carlton (Legends FC), Emma Egizil (Beach FC), Sara Ibarra (CZ Elite), Brianna Azar (CZ Elite)
    Forwards: Makanna Dominguez (CZ Elite), Doriann Savage (San Diego Surf), Mackenzie MacMillan (Strikers OC), Tati Fung (CDC Slammers), Morgan Irvine (LA Galaxy South Bay)
    Alternates: Samantha Ciccone (Real So Cal), Tatiana Baneshahemi (Eagles SC), Jennifer McGuire (Strikers OC), Ally Lemos (CDA Slammers), Gianna De Priest (Beach FC), Aylin Gonzalez (FC Golden State) Khalia Gathright, (CDC Slammers), Natalia Quintero (CZ Elite)
    Head Coach: Jaymie Baquero Assistant Coach: Ben Fox Team Manager: Kendra Harris

    Head Athletic Trainer: Juan Melgoza
    Assistant Athletic Trainers: Aldo Amezcua , Daisy Cardona
    PRO+ Coordinator: Kathy Hoffman

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FULLERTON, CA (Wednesday, March 9, 2016) -- Cal South Pro+ announced today its...

Twenty-seven Cal South teams heading to 2016-17 National League

US Youth Soccer has announced its schedule for the 2016-17 National League sea...

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