BMCC hires Austin Shick as men’s soccer coach

PENDLETON — After only one year of existence, the Blue Mountain Community College’s men’s soccer program is getting a new head coach.BMCC announced on Tuesday that Austin Shick has been hired as the newest men’s soccer coach, replacing Art Mota after one season.

Source: BMCC hires Austin Shick as men’s soccer coach


Carmichael selected to lead SOU men’s soccer program

ASHLAND – Davie Carmichael, a native of Scotland with NAIA roots and a track record of success in multiple roles at the NCAA level, has been tapped to become Southern Oregon University’s next head men’s soccer coach, SOU Director of Athletics Matt Sayre announced Tuesday.

Source: Carmichael selected to lead SOU men’s soccer program

North Salem’s Swartzentruber retires after 31 seasons

Former Warrior goal keeper goes pro

Former Warrior, Jordan Farr, recently signed a contract with the Indie Eleven United Soccer Team.

Farr is currently in preseason training with the team until it begins March 14.

“I am so thankful to be here,” he said. “I know it’s really difficult for any college player, let alone a former NAIA player. It’s not something you see every day.”

As an NAIA All-American athlete, Farr has set many school records, including setting the current NAIA record of 44 shutouts throughout his collegiate soccer career.


Isaiah Escobedo’s Street Soccer Dojos are Creating Ninja-Like Ballers in the Pacific Northwest – Urban Pitch

Renowned street baller Isaiah Escobedo has created a street football movement in the U.S. Pacific Northwest with his Street Soccer Dojo programs. What started as a way to increase technicality and creativity on the pitch has gone on to establish a full-on cultural presence, complete with plenty of young ballers.

Source: Isaiah Escobedo’s Street Soccer Dojos are Creating Ninja-Like Ballers in the Pacific Northwest – Urban Pitch

Sunset’s Skiba signs with Oregon State

Former Apollo star goalie inks with the Oregon State Beaver girls soccer program

Source: Sunset’s Skiba signs with Oregon State

At the Skiba household, the state line was drawn early.

You were either a Beaver or a Duck. And since her younger brother, Hayden, wanted to represent the green and gold, Bridgette naturally gravitated toward the orange and black. At the age of four, Skiba already knew where she wanted to go to college someday. As her passion for soccer flourished into a possible vehicle to help earn a collegiate scholarship as the Sunset girls soccer team’s star goalie, Oregon State University was always the favorite.

Jordan Wormdahl to Oregon highlights local prep signings

Papé Field sits in the shadow of Autzen Stadium, and Sunday mornings after Oregon football home games, as she and her North Eugene teammates climbed the stairs and cleaned the bleachers to raise money for their girls soccer team, Jordan Wormdahl would get a bird’s-eye view of her future. Wormdahl, the 2017 Class 5A state player of the year, signed her letter of intent on Wednesday to stay home and play forward for the Oregon women’s soccer team.

Source: Jordan Wormdahl to Oregon highlights local prep signings

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