Posted On December 10, 2011 by PUSC
U18 Elite ’94 Rachel Dortch Commits to Sonoma State University
In her own words… “I recently committed verbally to Sonoma State University. This summer I was able to attend a soccer camp at the university where I fell in love with the beautiful campus and excellent coaching. Sonoma has offered me a great opportunity to pursue a career in nursing while also playing soccer and […]Continue reading..
Posted On October 18, 2011 by PUSC
Paige Crouch U17 ’95 Verbally Commits to University of Arizona
In her own words… “I have verbally committed to the University of Arizona! I am so excited to be able to play Division 1 soccer in college. It has always been my dream and I am so thankful that I was given the oppurtinity to visit the campus and fall in love with it. The […]Continue reading..
Posted On September 26, 2011 by PUSC
Marisa Grattan, ’95 Elite, Verbally Commits to the U.S. Air Force Academy
In her own words… “I feel very honored to be able to verbally commit to my number one college choice. The Air Force Academy has a very rigorous program militarily, academically, and physically. It is going to be a challenging program but I am committed to doing what is required. I would like to thank […]Continue reading..
Posted On September 8, 2011 by PUSC
Mikaela Arnstein of ’94 Elite Verbally Commits to University of Colorado
In her own words… “I have verbally committed to the University of Colorado Boulder. Colorado was my dream school because it’s where I was born and have family. Also, coming from a small town, I wanted a big school with good athletics and academics which CU provides. It is in the PAC 12 so I […]Continue reading..
Posted On August 31, 2011 by PUSC
CDA’s Cody Giddings Heads for West Point
In his own words… “Over the past three years as a CDA player, I have been focused on my college search and West Point was a clear stand out. There is an incredible amount of history there, with great academic standards, an incredible amount of prestige, and the honor of serving your country. Furthermore, the […]Continue reading..
Posted On August 27, 2011 by PUSC
Caitlin Jones of ’94 Elite Verbally Commits to Chico State University
In her own words… “I am excited to say I have accepted an offer from Chico State University to join their soccer team next year! Chico came as a surprise to me when the assistant coach, Jenna, contacted me after the Pleasanton Rage Showcase. I was amazed when I went to visit the campus. It […]Continue reading..
Posted On August 23, 2011 by PUSC
Connor Swartz Commits to Virginia Tech
In his own words… “What attracted me to Virginia Tech is the traditional college environment I was looking for in a university. It is a well known university with a large campus, great college town, strong athletics and excellent academics, all of which were important factors I was looking for in choosing a school. When […]Continue reading..
Posted On August 12, 2011 by PUSC
Lauren Gollnick, ’94 Girls Elite Verbally Commits to Dominican University
In her own words… “I have verbally committed to a wonderful soccer scholarship at Dominican University in beautiful San Rafael. I will be able to pursue an awesome career in either Nursing or Occupational Therapy. It’s the perfect place for me, with a small setting near San Francisco and the beach. I can’t wait to […]Continue reading..
Posted On August 7, 2011 by PUSC
Kim Hernandez of Placer ’93 Girls Commits to Jackson State University
In her own words… “I have recently committed to Jackson State University in Mississippi. It’s a Division 1 and NCAA school. I’m playing soccer for them on a scholarship. I have yet to actually visit the school but from what I hear and see online it’s really nice. I believe it’s the right school for […]Continue reading..
Posted On July 20, 2011 by PUSC
Dorien Johnk Commits to Loyola Marymount University
In her own words… “I am so excited to have the opportunity to attend and play soccer at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles! Playing Division 1 soccer in college has always been one of my goals. LMU has excellent academics and such an awesome soccer program, it was an easy decision. It offers everything […]Continue reading..