Carroll College women’s soccer adds 5, including Helena trio

(Editor’s note: Carroll College athletics release) HELENA — Carroll College women’s soccer head coach David Thorvilson has announced the signing of five athletes for the 2018 class, including four Montanans, three of which are from Helena.

Source: Carroll College women’s soccer adds 5, including Helena trio


Chugiak soccer club claims title in Vegas

The Chugiak SC 05g Thunder team traveled to Las Vegas to participate in the 2018 Las Vegas Mayor’s Cup tournament Feb. 23-25. Their tournament play started with an opening match vs. Real Henderson FC, a local team from Las Vegas. In 40-degree weather and 15 mph winds, CSC Thunder were able to put two shots in the back of the net and seal the win.

Source: Chugiak soccer club claims title in Vegas

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

Camp helped Lathrop’s Aislynn Odsather reach collegiate soccer pitch

FAIRBANKS, AK — Robyn Horner, the head women’s soccer coach for Pfeiffer University in Misenheimer, North Carolina, got two good indications of the type of player that Lathrop High School’s Aislynn Odsather will be for Pfeiffer.

Source: Camp helped Lathrop’s Aislynn Odsather reach collegiate soccer pitch

Odsather, a senior center back and holding midfielder for the Lathrop girls soccer team, signed a National Letter of Intent with Pfeiffer, an NCAA Division III program, during a ceremony Tuesday afternoon in the Lathrop library.


Riverhawk refuge: Soccer provides outlet for Canyon Ridge refugee students

A group of 19 high school students from five different countries came together this fall to form a successful boys soccer team in Twin Falls.

TWIN FALLS, ID — Corey Farnsworth is used to his players showing up late to practice, or missing it entirely. On Oct. 6, one-third of the Canyon Ridge High School boys soccer team was absent.
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Kalispell kicks off inaugural Montana Indoor Soccer Tournament

Kalispell is hosting its first indoor soccer tournament, bringing in teams and visitors from around the northwestern United States and Canada.The tournament is being held at the Trade Center Building at the Northwest Montana Fairgrounds March 2-4 and has 36 boys and girls teams participating.

On Friday the finishing touches were put on the turf brought in from Spokane for the evening’s games starring local teams.

Source: Kalispell kicks off inaugural Montana Indoor Soccer Tournament

“Our DG”

“Our DG.”

That’s how former players for Don Gregory referred to their coach Tuesday evening at an emotional halftime presentation during the Senior Night boys basketball game. That’s how he is remembered by faculty and fans as well.

Source: “Our DG”

Barely 24 hours after Gregory lost an 18-month battle with pancreatic cancer, the veteran Emmett teacher and coach was honored by the renaming of the Huskie soccer field as Donald Gregory Field.

Rob Zimmerman hired as Billings West girls soccer coach

BILLINGS, MT – Rob Zimmerman found himself without any soccer responsibilities this past fall. For a guy who had been active in the sport for the past 20 years or so, it was quite a change for the 1989 Billings West graduate.

“That was hard not to be around it,” Zimmerman said Tuesday after he was hired as the new coach for the Billings West girls program. “This fall it was definitely a void without having any soccer to follow that I was directly in involved with. I’m excited to get back into it.”

Source: Rob Zimmerman hired as Billings West girls soccer coach

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.

Sunway Soccer Complex will go through new developments

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) On Tuesday, the Parks and Recreation Commission met to discuss future developments for the Sunway Soccer Complex master plan.

In October, the commissioners discussed future priorities and amenities that would improve the complex. With organizations wanting to donate for the development, Parks and Recreation Director Wendy Davis explained the new updates on the plan.

“I was approached by First Federal, and they wanted to do something to honor Alan Horner and his contribution to the community, and we floated out different ideas,” Davis said.

Source: Sunway Soccer Complex will go through new developments

VIDEO: Decorated youth soccer player climbing refereeing ladder – Surrey Now-Leader

There Ryan Freda was, running along the pitch at UBC’s Thunderbird Park, trying to keep his nerves and wits in check.

The student from Langley’s R.E. Mountain Secondary worked as the assistant referee for the Vancouver Whitecaps U15 residency team’s game against Santa Cruz late last month, and said he relished the pace of the game.

Source: VIDEO: Decorated youth soccer player climbing refereeing ladder – Surrey Now-Leader

“Being engaged in the game the entire time is as draining as actually playing the game itself,” said 17-year-old Freda, an accomplished player in his own right.


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