Evan Hodge commits to Vermont

Evan Hodge

Evan Hodge

“I chose Vermont because it was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up. It is something new and something different, and that’s what I wanted. It is a beautiful place to go to school, and start my life. I am looking forward to playing soccer at the college level, and competing with the top players. Also, to being independent, I’m ready to grow up and start my own life. My biggest goal in college soccer is to be one of the top players in the nation, to make the All-Conference team, and to be developed to play at the next level. I’ve had 2 coaches during my soccer career that I’d like to thank, and they are: Nathan Williams and Paul O’Brien. With their knowledge and time, they have shaped me into the player I am now. Almost everything I know and have done is from them. So I’d like to thank them for developing me as a player, and as a young man. Thank you.”

—Evan Hodge

Conor Delaney commits to CSUMB

Conor Delaney

Conor Delaney

When asked what made him choose CSUMB, Conor stated “I chose CSUMB because it offers the academics I am interested in studying and it is a smaller school. I like the soccer program which I think will fit my style of play. Also I will be playing in a beautiful area in Monterey Bay. I am looking forward to playing with a new team with players at the next level. I think Placer and CDA have prepared me to do well and I am anxious to use my skills and all the things the coaches have taught me over the years. My biggest goal in college soccer is to come out in the fall and compete for a starting spot and work as hard as I can. I also want to make myself a better player by playing at the next level.”

Savannah Coiner Commits to Clemson University

Savannah Coiner, a 2011 graduate, of the U17 Placer ’93 Gold Team has given her verbal commitment to Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina. The Tigers are Division I and compete in the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference), one of the toughest conferences in the country. Savannah chose Clemson for its small school atmosphere, location and good balance between academics and athletics. She is looking forward to experiencing the Southern college sports spirit and tradition.

Clemson offers a wide range of majors that fit into Savannahs intended area of study. She is looking either at a Nutrition major, physical therapy or rehabilitation sciences. The great academics, in addition to being able to play against the best teams in the country, is what made Savannah choose this school over the many other offers she received. “I’m excited for the opportunity to play against North Carolina and some of the other top teams in the country”

Having been with the club since U10, there’s a long list of people that Savannah needs to thank. Most recently, all the help she has gotten from Ron Benjamin. “Ron has helped me so much both on the field playing and off the field with the recruiting process, which would have been quite overwhelming without his help.” Thanks to the entire club and all the support I have received.

Brooke Apodaca commits to Dominican University

Brooke Apodaca from the Placer 93 Gold team commits to Dominican University in San Rafael. Apodaca states, “I chose Dominican University for its small beautiful campus, great athletics, top academics, and that its so close to home and San Francisco. They have an up and coming soccer program that I think I can make an impact on, and a cool coaching staff and group of players. Being D2, I love how it gives me a well-balanced life between soccer, school, and social life. I have high aspirations of being a nurse, and Dominican has one of the top Nursing programs in California. Dominican was the perfect fit for me.”

Christian Grapel commits to Stevens College


Christian Grapel

Christian Grapel

Christian Grapel…has been able ????????????????? to chase his dreams of combining college soccer with wholesale nba jerseys his Biomedical Engineering major @ Stevens College a Div 3 soccer force from commits Hoboken New 168 Jersey..

Christian signed with the Stevens program who have just won their conference title again taking it 8 out of the last 9 seasons and are heading to the 2009 NCAA to tournament for the 7th straight year….and says Christian, “Stevens is a perfect fit for me and Commits is in a great location- 10 minutes from NYC. They have a history of excellence in academics and cheap nba jerseys soccer which I am glad to be a part of it. Moving to Placer United three years ago was a big step. It was a necessary change to get me where I need to go. The Placer United coaching wholesale nfl jerseys staff brings out the best in every single player. I appreciate their support.

Placer United Coaching staff wish Christian all the best in his college career.

Matt Thayer commits to UC Santa Barbara

Matt Thayer

Matt Thayer

Having played at Placer United for the past 9 years Matt would like to “thank, all those coaches who have helped me develop into the player I am today. Martin Sims, Jason Gantt, Paul O`Brien, Matt Scammacca, and most wholesale nba jerseys importantly Nate Williams. Nate is not only one of my most significant and favorite coaches, but also традициям one of my close friends who has challenged me on and wholesale jerseys off the field. Placer United has developed me into the player I am today, and to I thank the club and all Nail those that are a part of it. I would also like to extend a special thanks to Paul Rose, my Jesuit High Commits School coach who has always been there when I needed 写真をインテリアに「フォトフレーム」 his help.”

When asked why he Developer chose UCSB?? Matt Said, “I chose UCSB because it is a great school academically and it is one of the top soccer programs in the nation. It helps that I have relatives that live in Santa Barbara to help me if needed. And, of course the beautiful location and environment that Santa Barbara offers”.

He also told us that his biggest goal in college soccer is just to work hard and play on the pitch. “I hope my work rate and wholesale jerseys passion for the game gets me the opportunity to play on the field and keep my spot. It would be great to help UCSB win another National Championship.”

Matt is currently playing reviews for the CDA U18 team and cheap nfl jerseys we wish cheap mlb jerseys him all the best in the future.

Caitlin Clark commits to Emory University

Caitlin Asia's Clark (2010 grad) of the U17 Placer 93` Gold team has committed to study and play soccer at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. The Eagles are Division III and play in the UAA (University Athletic Association) Conference. Caitlin chose Emory HaCk3D for its strong academics and soccer program.

“At Emory, I can have a great balance between school, soccer, and social life”, states Clark. Emory`s campus includes the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and its wholesale jerseys own hospital, creating internship and Dienchan research opportunities and a perfect environment to major in the Health Sciences.

Caitlin, a cheap jerseys center back and holding midfielder for the 93`s, has been a very valuable member of the team and University the soccer club. Caitlin`s work ethic KIM&ZOZI and attention to detail will aid in her academic and athletic future.

We look forward to your continued success as a cheap jerseys student/athlete and wish you all the best in the future !

Foy Commits to Sonoma State University

Megan week: Foy of the California Development Academy U18`s and a long time wholesale jerseys China Placer United player What has committed to Sonoma State University. Foy, an outside back, has had a tremendous career with the soccer club. She played a number of years for coach Nathan cheap jerseys Williams and is finishing Home up her final season Pride under coach Tony Perez. We wish Megan the best of luck cheap mlb jerseys the rest of the season as she prepares for her collegiate career.

Placer United 1993 Girls Gold Team Crowned 2008 National Champions

July 30, 2008—The Placer United 1993 Girls Gold team made Club history by becoming the first team to be crowned National Champions. The girls are coached by soccer legend, Ron Benjamin, and started out on their road to success in the 2008 National Cup VII competition by first winning the Region H U15 Super Group competition which then qualified them for the US Club Nationals in Virginia Beach. Congratulations!

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