The 2015 CCCSCA Scholar-Athlete teams have been announced. The student-athletes are honored with this award if the have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher and at least 24 semester units completed.
Posted: 2016-03-24 10:55:07
The CCCSCA has announced the 2015 All-State Teams. Twenty-four players across the state have been selected as the top players in California community college soccer in 2015. The complete listing of recipients is below.
Posted: 2015-12-15 15:46:49; Updated: 2015-12-15 15:50:16
In 2015, San Bernardino Valley College women's soccer coach Kristin Hauge guided her squad to a 16-3-3 record, theFoothill Conference Championship and a CCCAA playoff berth as the #5 seed in southern California.
For the past twelve years, Hauge has ruled the sidelines on the pitch at San Bernardino Valley College. Owning a 167-47-38 mark at Valley, she is the winningest coach in Valley College soccer history. Since taking over mid-season in 2004, Hauge has guided the program to eleven consecutive winning seasons, nine straight CCCAA state playoff berths, seven Foothill Conference titles and a State Championship in 2010. >> Story Continues >>
Posted: 2015-12-15 08:59:10
The CCCSCA has announced the 2015 All-Region Teams. Twenty-four players from each region and each gender have been selected as the top players in community college soccer. The complete listing of recipients is below.
Posted: 2015-12-09 07:38:00; Updated: 2015-12-09 07:38:31
Evergreen Valley and Oxnard knew before the day started that the champion of the CCCAA Men's Soccer Championship was going to bring home their schools first state trophy. Evergreen was making the short trip from East San Jose while Oxnard travelled Highway 101 up North to Cupertino.
Evergreen Valley controlled the ball and time of possession early in the game but towards the later part of the 1st half Oxnard showed their fine passing skills, controlling the ball with both teams having no shots on goal. The 2nd 45 minutes was hard nose soccer with every play being challenged. In the 62nd minute Oxnard finally broke through with Gustavo Navarro breaking down the left side and putting the ball in the net for the Condors. Oxnard seemed to be in control after a Red Card was given to the Hawks Fernando Menera in the 90th minute. Things were looking bleak for the Hawks until the Condors committed a foul in extra time and Navarro received his 2nd yellow card of the game for delaying action which resulted in both teams having only 10 players on the pitch. In the last ditch attempt by Evergreen Valley they lobbed a ball deep into the penalty box where a Hawk was dragged down resulting in a Penalty Kick. Joe Kay calmly stepped to the spot and put the ball into the back of the net tying the match 1-1. Oxnard got a final shot off in the half but Ian Valdivia was able to save the header to put the game into Overtime. >> Story Continues >>
Posted: 2015-12-07 10:55:59