Posted On March 9, 2013 by PUSC
Alivya Wimmer, U18G ’14Red, Accepts Scholarship from Boston Universtiy
“I am extremely pleased and excited to announce that I have just verbally committed to Boston University for the fall of 2014. After visiting the campus, meeting the players, and getting a feel for the overall culture, I knew that it was the perfect fit for me! My whole life I have set goals for […]Continue reading..
Posted On February 26, 2013 by PUSC
Zaessja Madamba of U18 ’95 Red Commits to Idaho State University
“I am very pleased to announce that I have recently committed to Idaho State University! The thought of being able to play for a Division I school is so surreal. I never thought that I would be able to make it this far in my soccer career. It is such a blessing to have such […]Continue reading..
Posted On February 20, 2013 by PUSC
Mallory Erl Commits to Case Western Reserve University
“I am pleased to announce that I have committed to Case Western Reserve University, a NCAA Division III school in Cleveland, Ohio. I am beyond excited to have the opportunity to play at the collegiate level under Coach Tiffany Crooks and further develop as a player. I never imagined I would be capable of playing […]Continue reading..
Posted On February 6, 2013 by PUSC
Tara Armstrong Verbally Commits to Texas Lutheran University
“I am beyond excited that I verbally committed to Texas Lutheran University to play for them this upcoming fall. I have been looking forward to this day for a really long time. As most of the girls in this club, I have now played soccer for over fourteen years. It has been my goal to […]Continue reading..
Posted On January 25, 2013 by PUSC
Molly McConnell Selects Sierra College
“I’m very excited and honored to announce my commitment to play soccer for Sierra College next year. Jason Gantt has developed one of the most successful women’s soccer programs in this area. I followed their success last year and I’m thrilled to be a part of the team. I’ve been a goal keeper with Placer […]Continue reading..
Posted On January 23, 2013 by PUSC
Kristen Grattan Commits to Sierra College
“I am proud to announce that I have verbally committed to Sierra College! Staying at home with just my Mom and Dad will be a nice change since I can finally be an “only child”. And being so close, they will be able to attend my home games. Sierra College will be a nice transition […]Continue reading..
Posted On January 22, 2013 by PUSC
Marissa “Mo” Vaughan Picks Sierra College
“I would like to say that I am so very grateful and honored to become apart of the soccer program at Sierra College. I have been with Placer United for the past nine years and its unbelievable that I’m coming to the end of my senior year. My journey with Placer has been one that […]Continue reading..
Posted On January 22, 2013 by PUSC
Jessica Hinsken Commits to Dominican University
“I am excited to announce that I have verbally committed to Dominican University of California! I am beyond grateful for the amazing opportunity to play D2 soccer while receiving a great education. I would not be where I am today with out the amazing support from my family, friends, coaches, and teammates. I would like […]Continue reading..
Posted On January 17, 2013 by PUSC
Placer United Alumni, Ryan Hollingshead, Drafted by FC Dallas
Ryan Hollingshead was drafted by MLS Club, FC Dallas, in today’s MLS Superdraft held in Indianapolis. “Ryan scored numerous goals and had countless assists while playing for the Placer United ’91 Boys,” said Placer United Coach Jason Gantt. “We all knew we were looking at a really good player back then and it’s no surprise he’s going into the MLS”. […]Continue reading..
Posted On December 29, 2012 by PUSC
Brittney Neumann, ’95 White, Commits to Bethany University in Kansas
“I am excited to announce my verbal commitment to Bethany University in Kansas. After talking to the coach and looking into the school’s academics, I am positive this is the school for me. I never saw myself moving away from Cali but the best things in life are unexpected. I couldn’t have done it without […]Continue reading..