The Academy sent 3 boys teams--1999, 2000, and 2001; and 2 girls teams--2001 & 2002 to the NPL College Showcase this past weekend. All teams performed well with close to 120 college coaches in attendance. College Showcases like these are an important part of the Academy's commitment to preparing players for next-level soccer careers.
Despite perpetual downpours and constant gloomy weather, it would be hard to call the 2016 NorCal NPL College Showcase anything other than a success. Several of the divisions came down to the final minutes of action, providing an excellent atmosphere for the players, coaches and spectators alike.
College Coaches in Attendance...
Women's Coaches: Academy of Art, American River College, Cal, Cal Baptist, Cal Lutheran, Cal Poly SLO, Chico State, Colorado College, Columbia Basin College, CSU Bakersfield, CSU Stanislaus, Dominican, Fresno Pacific, Fresno State, Holy Names, Humboldt State, Long Beach State, Louisiana Tech, Menlo College, Nevada – Reno, Pacific, Sacramento State, Saint Mary’s, San Francisco, San Francisco State, Sierra Nevada College, Sonoma State, Southern Oregon, UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Merced, UC Santa Barbara, UC Santa Cruz, University of Antelope Valley, UNLV, William Jessup, Yakima Valley College
Men's Coaches: Academy of Art, American River College, Assumption College, Cal, Canada College, Claremont McKenna, Chico State, College of Marin, Concordia – Portland, CSU East Bay, CSU Monterey Bay, CSU San Bernardino, CSU Stanislaus, Dominican, Eastern Oregon, Emerson College, Fresno Pacific, Holy Names, Humboldt State, Loyola Marymount, Montana State – Billings, Northwest Christian, Notre Dame de Namur, Pacific (CA), Pacific (OR), Peninsula College, Rogue Community College, Sacramento State, Saint Mary’s, San Francisco, San Francisco State, San Jose State, Santa Clara, Skyline, Sonoma State, Southern Oregon, Swarthmore College, Tabor College, UC Davis, UC Merced, UC Riverside, William Jessup
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