Soccer Pro is ready for teams to make appointments to come in and get fitted/purchase uniforms for the fall 2013 season. Please review the information sheet and if you have any questions, please contact the uniform coordinator at email@example.com.
Please click on the links to the right, in the box for the order forms.
The Adidas competitive team uniform kit was new in 2012; therefore, in 2013, COMPETITIVE PLAYERS who played on a Rage competitive team in the fall of 2012 do not need to buy new uniforms, with the exception of U10 teams.
ORDERING UNIFORMS Individually (players who did NOT play on a Rage comp team in 2012):
Obtain jersey number from Team Manager.
Go to Soccer Pro to try on uniform so correct size is ordered. Mandatory uniform items are specified below; Soccer Pro will also let you know what you need to purchase.
Uniforms are paid for at time of order.
ORDERING UNIFORMS for an entire team in 2013 (ie U10 teams):
MANAGERS/TEAM UNIFORM COORD.
Call Soccer Pro to set up time for team fitting. (All players should attend)
Send Soccer Pro team roster with jersey numbers.
It can take up to 8 weeks to get team order completed – be sure to get in early!! Be mindful of your teams’ first tournament date.
Players try on uniform pieces so correct size is ordered. Reminder, we keep the same uniform for 2-3 years; jerseys are numbered so they cannot be returned!
Soccer Pro will NOT place the team order until ALL players have been sized and ALL orders have been placed and paid for.
$289.28, approximate price for complete kit.
JERSEY NUMBER INFORMATION: U9 Teams do not buy comp uniform (see Angela for more information). U9 are pool players and may move from team to team…”pool play”. Jersey numbers are assigned by team. It is suggested that managers assign numbers alphabetically. Managers, inform your players that these numbers will stay with them from year to year.
Orange Team: jersey numbers 1-12
White Team: jersey numbers 13-24
Grey Team: jersey numbers 25-36
Black Team I: jersey numbers 37-48
Black Team II: jersey numbers 49-60
U10 Teams are pool players and may move from team to team ‘pool play’. Jersey numbers were assigned by teams as U9. All numbers will remain the same for returning RAGE comp players. Players new to RAGE comp will choose from available numbers.
U11 Teams (in 2013) U11 teams are also pool play, however since players bought new uniforms in 2012 players will keep the jersey numbers that they had in 2012. Please follow the instructions for U12 players on jersey number preference.
U12 and above Team Managers/Uniform Coordinators
Players can choose their jersey number; jersey number priority:
1) Returning player (i.e. player played on 14 Premier in 2012 and is on the 15 Premier team in 2013);
2) Rage player from different comp team; then
3) New Rage comp player.
2013 UNIFORM KIT includes the following:
Two (2) Game Jerseys (one orange and the other white)
Game short– players oftentimes buy more than one pair. Can be worn at practices.
Training Top (Grey). Number on back of jersey is optional (based on coach decision). Can be used in games (only if numbered) or as a practice jersey. See note under Rage logo practice t’s.
Training Short (orange)
Warm-up Suit (jacket and pants)
Goalkeeper Jersey (purple/orange) Required by goalkeepers only. U10s – since there may not be designated GKs for U10 teams, one GK jersey can be purchased by the team to be shared.
Back pack As long as there is ORANGE on your current back pack there is no need for a new one. If you have a BLACK ONLY back pack – you must buy a new back pack.
Two (2) Socks. Orange and White
RAGE logo practice t-shirts. Purchasing practice t-shirts is optional, however it is recommended with 2-3 practices per week. Teams can choose the color. Decision to purchase practice t-shirts should be made prior to team fitting.
AFTER UNIFORMS ARRIVE:
MANAGERS/TEAM UNIFORM COORDINATOR is responsible for taking warm-ups and back packs to get embroidered.
Warm-Ups: Players numbers or initials go on the jacket and the pant. NO NAMES.
Have player try on warm-up BEFORE taking to get embroidered, the suit cannot be exchanged after embroidery is done.
Back-pack: Player Name goes on back pack. Player can put either their first name or last name on the bag.
Don’t hand the back-packs out to players. Hold onto them so you can just take them to get embroidered.
There is an additional fee for embroidery. (See embroidery information below)
WHERE TO TAKE BACK PACKS AND WARM UPS FOR EMBROIDERY:
U14 Premier Team Wins National Premier League (State 3)
This weekend, the Pleasanton RAGE U14 Premier Team finished off a dream fall season and won the National Premier League State Three Title. At one point they went undefeated for fourteen games in a row! They also completed an undefeated State Cup run in Group Stage Play. They finished #1 in the powerful NPL State Three Division featuring teams from throughout Northern California. They resume play after the high school break in late February. The team is Coached by Axel Thibodeau. The Assistant Coach is Ray Hooft. They are also lead by their Age Group Head Coach and Technical Trainer Stephanie Wieger.
Back Row Left to Right: Head Coach Axel Thibodeau, Delaney Bammer, Summer Langsam, Terra McHone, Audrey Goodman, Kirsty Brown
Middle Row Left to Right: Lauren Russell, Victoria Sanchez, Emily Wright, Lucy Holmes, Lilly Ryan, Natasa Copic
Front Row Left to Right: Madison Baxter, Nicole Zhang, Keara Greenan, Katie Judson, Sydney Pandolfo
Next to Soccer Ball: Jennifer Waldo and Molly Murphy
Front Row: Tiffany Harrison, Tori Larsen
2nd Row: Kelsee Furagganan, Lindsey Curlett, Kylie Cardozo, Patti Norcross, Claire Hickel
Back Row: Coach Gay Harris, Jamie Logan, Sana Khan, Sierra Downum, Danielle Deike, Shelby Richmond, Ashlyn Harris, Coach Dena Downum
Posted: November 18, 2013
RAGE U-19 Girls- Bronze -FIRST PLACE TROPHY
Rick Hitch Classic in ROSEVILLE, CA
Rage 95 Orange Sweep Roseville tournament in a round-robin tournament this weekend. Battling against adversity of Senioritis and Homecoming Events, they played the two Saturday games with only enough players to field a team. Late in the first game Kylie Cardozo outwitted the keeper for a very simple 1 v 1 goal.
Game two, with only 11 players , the day heated up to 90 degrees, Rage kept their cool and taunted the opponent with shot after shot and successfully defended every counter attack of a team who had scored 29 goals, until the opponent allowed a single goal. Ramped up and still on the attack, Sierra Downum dribbled through three defenders, powering off a shot from the right side, which quickly rang out the back of the net with a big Whoosh!. Final 2-0.
Sunday morning game with the strength of 13, we rang in another sweet victory with a 2-1 win, allowing the only goal against for the tournament. Hats off to our determined defense and Keeper Danielle Dieke who played every minute of all 4 games. As we approached the final challenge, we took the initiative to clinch the tournament with an early goal by Tori Larsen. Struggling through the final minutes of our endless weekend, they hung on. The win would put our point total out of reach for games to be played later that day. Unreachable, we celebrated Victory and an early departure with ONE BIG TROPHY and medals for all. CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR SUCCESS!
Front Row: Tiffany Harrison, Tori Larsen 2nd Row: Kelsee Furagganan, Lindsey Curlett, Kylie Cardozo, Patti Norcross, Claire Hickel Back Row: Coach Gay Harris, Jamie Logan, Sana Khan, Sierra Downum, Danielle Deike, Shelby Richmond, Ashlyn Harris, Coach Dena Downum
Posted: October 1, 2013
Pleasanton RAGE U14 Premier team won the West Coast FC Southern California Tournament
Back Row Left to Right: Coach Axel Thibodeau, Emily Wright, Kirsty Brown, Sydney Pandolfo, Lauren Russell, Lucy Holmes, Lilly Ryan, Delaney Bammer, Madison Baxter, Victoria Sanchez, Summer Langsam, Assistant Coach Ray Hooft
Front Row Left to Right: Audrey Goodman, Terra McHone, Natasa Copic, Katie Judson, Keara Greenan, Molly Murphy, Jennifer Waldo
Not Pictured (injury): Nicole Zhang
The Pleasanton RAGE U14 Premier team won the West Coast FC Southern California Tournament!! The team defeated Beach FC North in the Championship Game in a stunning PK Shootout after battling to a draw at the end of regulation. They won five consecutive games over two grueling days in sun swept Orange County and secured their championship title late in the evening under the lights on Sunday. They defeated many worthy opponents along the way including a strong West Coast FC Team, two Beach FC teams, the Irvine Slammers, and the Santa Anita Rampage. They are coached by Axel Thibodeau. They were also guided down south by Assistant Coach Ray Hooft. Stephanie Wieger is the age group head coach/technical trainer.
Left to right (visible): Coach Axel Thibodeau, Lilly Ryan, Kirsty Brown, Natasa Copic, Keara Greenan, Madison Baxter, Molly Murphy, Lucy Holmes, Jennifer Waldo, Emily Wright, Coach Ray Hooft, Katie Judson, Summer Langsam
Posted: August 28, 2013
I U.S. U-18 WNT Training Camp Carson, CA at Staples Center
By: Lexi Nicholas
My time in the Youth National Team Program has taught me many important lessons about soccer and life. Some of which include the importance of hard work and determination, the essentiality of teamwork, and the necessity of setting goals and reaching them. But I think the most important one I have learned is to never take a moment for granted.
I am so thankful for the opportunities I have gotten with U.S. Soccer: to train in top-notch facilities, work with amazing players and coaches, but most of all, to wear the crest. An overwhelming sense of pride was felt everyday when I walked into the locker room, saw my name on that locker, and got to wear the U.S. jersey.
This camp was my second of the year. In many ways it was better and harder than last camp. With an almost completely new roster, the 9 returners, including myself, got to share our experiences with a new pool of players. From the physical and technical testing, to an inter-squad scrimmage, to cheering on our U-20 Women’s Team against Japan, and finally beating the L.A. Strikers 4-1 on our last day, the team became a tight-knit family. But with a new group of players and coaches, comes new talent and new techniques. This time a new goalkeeper trainer tested us in many ways, both physically and mentally. The goalkeeper sessions were the most intense parts of the day. Ranging from crosses to reaction saves; the daily topics were used to evaluate our skills while also teach us new things about the position. In a week full of 13 total trainings, I came away with a wealth of knowledge and a lot of new things to try and work on when I returned home.
Throughout the duration of this camp, I learned a lot about myself as a person and a player. I faced adversity and failure during my week at camp, while also facing moments of success and greatness. I know I will face these challenges and rewards as I continue to progress in the U.S. Youth National Team Program. My long-term goal is to make the roster to travel to the U-20 Women’s World Cup in 2016. I know with hard work and determination, I can work my best to get there. But for now, I am grateful for everything I have been able to do because of this sport. I know I would not be here without my family, my coaches, and most of all my teammates.
Remember, greatness is not achieved on talent alone. It is the hard work, sacrifices, sweat, blood, tears, and love you put towards becoming the best player you can be.
Posted: August 19, 2013
ODP Region IV Pool Camp – Nicole Lee (Nikki)
U14 & Sydney Schultz
I had the opportunity to attend Olympic Development Regional Pool Camp in Camarillo, CA from July 29 - Aug. 2, 2013. The top sixty soccer players from the thirteen western states (Region IV) were invited to train and compete against each other. We were selected based on our performance at various Olympic development events. Selected Regional Pool players may have an opportunity to play in national and international events.
While at camp, we practiced for two hours in the morning. We worked on stretching the field (going wider when you have possession of the ball), keeping the possession of the ball, and goal scoring. After the practice, we had lunch and then scrimmaged in the afternoon. It was different from other training events because the level of play was always super-fast and competitive. Everyone had a good first touch, good vision on the field, and was able to drive the ball down the field. Players passed quickly and accurately without interceptions. It was physically and mentally challenging. At the end of the day, we went to the classrooms for lectures and instructions. We learned the importance of a positive attitude while on the field, secrets to goal scoring, and achieving goals.
The coaching was really helpful. They explained drills and gave us tips on how to better receive the ball. There were many coaches from various colleges as well as the youth national team coach. One of the coaches was Brandi Chastain. They inspired us to work harder and learn more. They showed us video clips on how to become a national team player. Every night they taught us what they expected us to practice the next day.
In addition to soccer training, I got to experience dorm life as a thirteen year old at the California State University Channel Islands. We ate at the college cafeteria which was surprisingly okay. There was a lot of variety to choose from. I also met new friends. There were 4 to 6 girls in each room. In my room I had girls from Oregon, SoCal, and Hawaii. We played crazy games in the dorms and listened to Hawaiian stories. We became friends and I look forward to staying in touch with them.
Regional Pool Camp was so much fun. It was a wonderful experience to play with some of the best players and receive great training. I got to meet new friends from many different places. I learned so much at camp and it inspired me to work even harder at soccer. I have a better sense on what it’s going to take to be a top notch player. It was an amazing opportunity and I am thankful for all the guidance and coaching that has brought me to this point.
Well, here’s the short version of my wonderful experience! When I first heard about the news of the Region IV Pool Camp, I was so excited I did a sideways bicycle kick. My parents were not happy about me doing this in the living room because they thought I hurt myself – ha ha, I didn’t! I sought to train hard in the time leading up to the camp to prepare myself. Luckily I have great Rage teammates and coaches that helped me prepare the best I could.
On July 29th, a Monday afternoon, I arrived at the place I would be staying for camp – Cal State University Channel Islands in Camarillo, CA. The campus itself was very clean and very alabaster like too. Its style reminded me of the apartments I used to live in when I lived in Arizona, very pueblo looking. My dad parked our car next to our dorms, the Santa Cruz Village. I had grabbed my forms and went to the check-in lines. Who do I see right behind me? My friend and Rage teammate Nikki !!! - we chatted for a little as we waited to check in. We then took some pics and I went and got my key card for my dorm room. I grabbed most of my luggage from my car and headed to my room. My stuff was really heavy and luckily they had elevators. There in my room I was bunked with Brooke Oleson and Sophia Runte. Both are Nor-Cal ODP teammates of mine and I felt lucky to have them as roommates. In the other room of our dorm were So-Cal girls named Nicole, Janae and Destiny - they were all very nice. I went back down to say goodbye to my dad and gave him a huge goodbye hug. We then had to go to an orientation where a former Chivas USA MLS player talked to us about keeping balance both literally and figuratively. I sat in the front row with Nikki, Emily, and Lexi and took some notes during the orientation. After the orientation we headed back to our dorms to get prepared for our first training. We got downstairs with all our gear and met at the meeting spot – you were required to be here on time before each training. There we met our coaches: Rich Manning (our age group head coach), Danny, Collete, and Rochelle. All were nice and helpful during the entire camp and easy to talk with. To get to our training fields, we rode big white vans that could haul twelve each. The fields were huge. They were full 120-yard fields and there were more than 8 of them. In the first training session, we did some juggling and passing challenges as a warm-up. Then we did 5 v 2 or 6 v 2. I felt like my group did well at luring defenders in and then choosing the correct pass to escape, causing the defenders to chase. We found splits easily too. After training we ate dinner at Islands Café and I sought to eat as healthy as possible. I had brought a few healthy snacks with me and ended up using some of them as well. We then headed back to our dorms to unwind and sleep. I had a hard time sleeping though because I was too excited.
The next day I got up at 7:30 and headed to breakfast. After breakfast we had a little time before heading off to training. In this morning training we worked on possession and very tight small-sided drills with little goals. I felt good in these drills and sought to use good tactics and skills to keep possession and stay controlled. I may have been a little loud when communicating - it was funny as my teammates on the other side of the field said they could hear me very clearly and distinctly. We then had lunch after the training. I tried to get a good balance of carbs, fats and protein at this meal. We headed back to our dorms to recuperate and headed out for training again around 1:30. This time we primarily scrimmaged. I felt good as we combined with each other well and used good off-the-ball movement. I think our team won that game. We then headed back for the dorms to eat dinner where I had a chicken fajita with corn chips and milk. After dinner we had a class about goal-setting. Collete showed us how to do a “web” to set our goals and to show how, what, when, where and why, you need to get there. We did our academic and soccer goals, and for homework, our life goals. Mine were to get a 4.0 GPA all year, get mentally tougher for soccer and for life, and learn a new language within a year (geez I may have chomped too big on that last one!). We then went back to our dorms to relax. Me, Monse, Brooke and Sophia had a Corn Nut fight. It was awesome! We then turned off the lights and hit the hay.
Wednesday was similar to Tuesdays schedule. All that was different was that I scored in the scrimmage! A girl had flip-thrown it in the box, a defender tried to kick it out and missed and I finished cleanly. The classroom session was about scoring. They were showing some videos of goals scored - I was going nuts about the videos because they were awesome! After dinner, Maya and I were super-hyper. When we saw JoJo she had gone to get a Hot Cheetoh’s bag but she pressed the wrong button on the vending machine so she got a bag of peanuts instead. She said that obviously a higher power wanted her to have those peanuts, “so I’m going to have them”! We laughed like crazy. Another day ends with another good sleep.
Thursday was, once again, similar to Wednesday in its structure. The things that changed were the morning practice, the classroom and what I did after dark. In the morning practice, we worked on finishing in front of goal. They told us that people tried to hit it right next to the post, when in actuality they just need to hit the net without being so close to the keeper and most of the time it will go in. I was super-glad about not missing the net in this drill and having some good shots. The last scrimmage was exciting! I loved how it was even more competitive than usual, likely because everyone knew this was their last chance. I felt like I had a lot of good cutting, and was able to control the ball and play simple when needed. Afterwards, I felt I had worked hard because after the whole week my legs were super sore!! The coaches then gave us our evaluations. Collette and Rochelle gave me mine. They asked me what I thought I had done well at camp and what I could have done better. They also asked me how I felt about soccer at the moment. I really enjoyed our conversation. The classroom session this time was about “The Complete Meal” of a youth national team player – it showed things soccer players need in order to become a Youth National Team player (technically, tactically, etc.) It really inspired me. It showed me what I have been doing that is good and what else I need to do to reach my goal. Once it got dark, I started to pack, though I didn’t want to. I didn’t want to leave. I mean, I missed my family, but just loved it there - it felt like I was at home in a way. Overall, I loved the trainings, the competition, and seeing my old friends and making new ones. Some may have thought of it as work, but I thought of it as a vacation. I didn’t want to leave. I loved the whole experience.
Sadly, Friday came around. I stuffed myself with like, 7 pieces of French toast, a bowl of cereal and bacon for breakfast. We then went to another lecture afterwards. Our speaker was April Kater - she’s one of the heads of women’s soccer of the whole country. It was such an honor to shake her hand and have her talk to us about becoming a national team player some day. Brandi Chastain was also there – I had the privilege of meeting her a few weeks prior and was super excited to see her again at this camp. What was interesting in the lecture was that on one slide of the PowerPoint, they showed the first 20 years of women’s soccer of how the system worked.
Physical to Psychological to Tactical to Technical
But now-a-days they’ve switched it to:
Technical to Tactical to Psychological to Physical
I found that quite interesting. After the meeting, we prepared for our departure. There were many good players from all over the western USA I got to know and play with, and it was a little sad to see us all prepare to go our separate ways. It sucked having to heave my luggage downstairs, not because it was heavy, but because even it wanted to stay J. Well, when I was waiting for my ride, I felt sad about leaving, but good about the week of soccer.
I want to sincerely thank all those that have supported me.
Futbol Forever, Sydney Schultz
Posted: August 15, 2013
Mary Clifford at Regional Camp
ODP Regional camp was held from July 5-8 in Pomona, CA and was such an amazing experience for me. It was an honor to be there and to help represent our club.
It was really exciting to play with a group of girls from a bunch of different states and the scrimmages were challenging and fun. I enjoyed all of the coaches and their drills and their feedback was helpful. I think that I grew as a player during this camp because I got to see all of the different levels of play out there in my age group and got to go against a lot of good players who all made me better.
It was also really cool to get to meet Brandi Chastain and take a picture with her! She signed my bag and that was a really nice closing to my experience there. She was very kind to everyone and had some great stories for the camp. The coaches were all great. They talked a lot about soccer, but also life lessons too. I learned so much and am thankful for all they shared.
The schedule made us hurry between meetings, playing, and the cafeteria. We were always moving quickly as a group. The cafeteria took 15 minutes to walk to, but the food was worth it. The dorms at the college were really nice and four of us shared a four-bedroom suite. All of the dorms were air conditioned which was nice to walk into after a hot and sweaty practice on the field. During free time I would go to friends' dorms and hang out. I made many new friends at the camp and got to know some of the older Rage players better too.
Attending this camp was a privilege and helped me grow not only as a player, but as a person too.
Posted: August 15, 2013
Most Inspirational Players at RAGE College Showcase Tournament July 19-21.
RAGE is excited to announce our MOST INSPIRATIONAL players from our recent RAGE College Showcase Tournament July 19-21. We want to congratulate the following players for being chosen by the RAGE coaching staff:
U15 ECNL-Alyssa Oki
U16 ECNL- Katie Carr
U17 ECNL-Caitlin Kennan
U18 ECNL-Brie Nicholas
Sarah Broacha (U15) at Regional Camp
Friday July 5th, 2013
Today is the day I left for Regional Camp at Cal Poly Pomona. I was really nervous and exited at the same time! I flew out instead of driving to have more time to settle in to the dorms, but once we got there, everyone was really rushed. I didn’t even get to meet my roommate until later that night. When I got to the dorms a schedule was posted, and I was already late for an introduction meeting! I shoved my bags into my dorm room and ran to meet everybody. Luckily I made it to the door of the meeting area before it closed! At the introduction meeting all the coaches introduced themselves and told us where they coach/coached. I was so exited to work with all these talented coaches. Brandi Chastain being one of them!
After the meeting we were told we have a 15-minute walk to dinner, and then get 20 minutes to eat quickly before nighttime soccer training! I was really nervous that I wouldn’t play well. I normally don’t eat right before soccer, but I went along with it. Soccer training turned out to be easy. We where scrambled into teams, and the training was mostly to meet your new teammates and learn how to play together successfully.
Later on, I got to meet my roommates. Usually there are four girls per dorm, but our dorm only had three. Victoria shared a room with me, and she was from Nevada. My other roommate was Brynnae, and she was from Utah. They where both really nice, and fun to talk to!
Saturday July 6th, 2013
Today we all had to get up at 6ish to be outside the dorms at 6:45. We had a 15-minute walk to breakfast. Right after breakfast, we had training from 8:30-10:15. In this training we learned some passing drills, and played 11 v. 11. Once training was over, we went to lunch, then got a couple hours of free time before our next lecture. I learned a lot from it. I learned that the most important quality to have is to be coachable--understand and fix your mistakes. I want to be a triple impact competitor. That means I need to play to make my self, teammates, and the game better.
Once again we had training right after dinner, which was a little hard because I usually get hungry after trainings. I made sure to buy some healthy snacks at the store. I think the first full day of camp went well!
Sunday July 7th, 2013
Today is the second, and last full day of camp! It felt like camp has gone so quickly. We all woke up at 7ish to be outside of the dorms at 7:30. We walked to breakfast and once we got back, had some free time. Then, training was at 10:15-12:00. We played big games again, and our team won! Go team Laura! We never really made up a team name. Lunch was at 12:30-1, and then we had a lecture. Brandi Chastain and another one of her teammates taught us a really valuable lesson. They taught us to keep trying if something doesn’t happen the first time. Both of them didn’t get on the national team the first time they tried, but they worked even harder to prove the coaches wrong and eventually made it onto the national team! I have a lot of respect for them and what they accomplished. After the lecture, everyone went to dinner, then training. In the training they scrambled the teams again! It was really hard to remember everyone’s names. I am sad that I have to leave tomorrow!
Monday July 8th, 2013
Today is the last day of camp. We woke up at 6:30 today to get to breakfast early. Training was early because a lot of girls had fights home in the morning. Luckily my flight was at 6, so I had a lot of time. We got a bagged lunch, then took a bus to the airport at 2:30. My bus group was the last bus cause we all had late flights. I was waiting in the airport for around 3 hours until we boarded. Overall this weekend was really fun. I enjoyed meeting new people from our Region and it definitely improved my soccer skills. I hope I get to go to another one soon!
-Sarah Broacha (U15)
Posted August 1, 2013
RAGE girls put on impressive performances in the sand at the Beach Soccer Championships in Santa Cruz with past weekend with "Teams Purple" taking first place and "Team Green" a third place finish in the U13 brackets.
Pictured: "Team Purple"
BackRow: Lucy Holmes, Sydney Pandalfo, Audrey Goodman
FrontRow: Holly Judson, Terra McHone, Molly Murphy, Jenni Waldo
posted: June 12, 2013
U13 Premier Spring Cross Regional Championships Finalist
U13 Premier Spring Cross Regional Championships Finalist Back row (left to right) : Coach Stephanie Wieger, Kathryn Lee, Makenzie Farro, Samantha Dukes, Sophie Pearson, G’ana Loson, Brianna Wolfe, Sophie Caponigro, Alyssa Brewer and Claire Wong.
Front row (left to right) : Tami Kwong, Sydney DeVor, Sayler Bagnall, Mary Clifford, Taylor Noval, Nikki Lee, Sydney Schultz and Hannah Landal (not pictured).
posted: June 11, 2013
2013 State Cup 1st Place Gold Division - U15 Premier
Nor Cal State Cup Gold Division Champions!
posted: April 8, 2013
Nor Cal State Cup Gold Division Champions!
Nor Cal State Cup Gold Division Champions!
In windy Turlock on Cinco de Mayo, Jarrreth Chan's U16 Premier team brought home the Nor Cal Cup with a victory of 1-0 over Fresno Bullard. A header goal in the first few minutes of the match by Kendyll Woolsey proved to be all that was needed to pull off the victory. It took a team effort to keep the lead through the remaining minutes of the game plus some amazing saves from our goalie Gabriella Tassano. It has been an amazing season for the girls - next on their list is to finish of league in first place!
All out, all heart, one more time!
posted: April 8, 2013
2013 U13 Nor Cal State-2 Champions
Coached by Stephanie Weiger
posted: March 13, 2013
Pleasanton RAGE U13 Girls Premier Win NorCal League Championship
The RAGE U13 Premier team defeated the MVLA Monsoon over the weekend to once again claim the NorCal Premier League title. The girls have now won 4 consecutive NorCal Spring and Fall League Championships. Next up is the State Cup tournament. The team is coached by Stephanie Wieger.
Pictured back-row (l-r): Coach Stephanie, Samantha Dukes, G'Ana Losson, Claire Wong, Sydney DeVor, Makenzie Farro, Kathryn Lee,Lilly Ryan,Lauren Russell MiddleRow: Mary Clifford, Tami Kwong, Taylor Noval, Molly Murphy, Nikki Lee, Sayler Bagnall, Natasa Copic FrontRow: Sophia Pearson, Terra McHone
posted: December 17, 2012
RAGE U10 Orange - NorCal Champs
U10 Orange - Coach Darin Preszler - Nor Cal Champs!
posted: November 23, 2012
Pleasanton RAGE U10 Black Girls Soccer Team wins Bronze Division NorCal State Cup
The Pleasanton RAGE U10 Black soccer team finished a great season winning their division in Manteca, CA this past weekend at the NorCal State Cup Championship games.
They played a tough opponent on Saturday’s semi-finals against the Cosmos defeating them 3 - 0. Advancing to the finals on Sunday, November 18th, the team, coached by Jarreth Chan, played the Piedmont Purple Comets. The game kept spectators in perpetual suspense until the players connected some perfect passes to score a goal in the last few minutes of the game. Rage Black claims the victory 1 - 0. Coaches and parents couldn’t be more proud of their efforts this year. And more important than the winning was the hard work, great attitudes and good soccer being played throughout the season. Congratulations U10 Rage Black on winning the NorCal State cup.
posted: November 23, 2012
RAGE U16 Premier
Jarreth Chan's U16 Premier team finds itself at the top of the leader board for Nor Cal Premier League heading in to high school ball hiatus. With a record of 9-1-1 and a goal differential of +17, the team is poised to return in the spring to make a run for it all. The mid fielders and forwards are scoring while the defenders keep our two goalies with little to do in the back. All 18 on the team have contributed to the success thus far. It truly has been a team effort of " All out, all heart" all season long!
posted: November 20, 2012
RAGE U10 White - NorCal League Champions
Name: RAGE Soccer
School or league: U10 Girls Silver Elite Division
Team: RAGE U10 White
Award: League Champions
The RAGE girls U10 White team coached by Axel Thibodeau completed their season Sunday as champions of the NorCal Silver Elite Division. Pictured are Coach Axel, Sydney Soares, Kyra Woodward, Immie Burstein, Victoria Frentz, Reese Lombardi, Sammy O'Brien, Jenna Benner, Frankie Cardoza, Audrianna Templeman, Kalena Johnson, Penny Murphy, Stephanie Lee
posted: November 13, 2012
Rage U9 Orange 03 team won the Pumpkin Division of the 14th Annual Diablo FC Kick or Treat Tournament
The Rage U9 Orange 03 team won the Pumpkin Division of the 14th Annual Diablo FC Kick or Treat tournament the weekend of October 27-28, 2012. The team pulled together after a very physical morning game to beat Burlingame Dynamite 2-0 in a tense final match. Coached by Dave Shaw, Rage outscored their opponents 23-1 in the four game tournament.
U13 Pleasanton Rage Players Represent at the Regional Player Development Program Playdate
The RAGE U9 White Team came in FIRST Place in the "Ravens" Division of the 14th Annual Halloween Kick or Treat Classic that was held October 27 & 28th in Concord. Coached by Nick Mangiardi, RAGE went undefeated in the tournament, outscoring their opponents 25-1.
Pictured from left to right top Row: Ashely Heck, Sierra O'Donnell, Sadie Brown, Evette Allari, Leah Allari, Kayli Shimanuki, Kenna Asmussen. Left to Right bottom Row: Tasha Laberge-Shusterman, Kiana Tahmassebi, Kayla Robertson, Paige Morgan. Not pictured: Erica Haley.
posted: October 29, 2012
U13 Pleasanton Rage Players Represent at the Regional Player Development Program Playdate
October 21, Davis, CA. Mary Clifford (99), Nikki Lee (00) and Taylor Noval (00) were selected to play on the 99/00 Region 3-4 PDP team and compete against the top soccer players from other regions in their age group. On the day Region 3-4 earned a 2-1 victory over Region 7 and 1-1 tie with Region 5.
posted: October 23, 2012
RAGE U16 Premier
Jarreth Chan's U16 Premier team just came back from a successful tournament in So Cal - eventually losing in penalty kicks in the semi-final game against the host team at the United Futball Club's tournament in Orange County. Battling the heat and humidity, the team gave each So Cal team they played a run for their money. Goal production came from a wide variety of players and both goalies rose to the occasion. The Premier team is now ready to take on the competition for league play!
posted: August 22, 2012
RAGE U13 Premier Team "Breakers Cup" Champions!
Pictured Back Row (L-R): Sydney DeVor, Sayler Bagnall, Natasa Copic, Makenzie Farro, Coach Stephanie Wieger, Lauren Russell, Kathryn Lee, G'Ana Losson, Samantha Dukes.
Middle Row: Claire Wong, Nikki Lee, Taylor Noval, Molly Murphy, Lilly Ryan, Tami Kwong
Front Row: Sophia Pearson, Terra McHone (not pictured: Mary Clifford)
The RAGE U13 Premier Girls Soccer team entered the U14 Division of the Breakers Cup in Santa Cruz for an added challenge and then came away with the Tournament Championship after defeating the Los Gatos United Wildcats in thrilling 2-1 final. . This latest silverware continues an impressive streak by this team that includes Spring League Premier Champs, Nor Cal Cross-Regional Premier Champions and RAGE Juniors Tournament Finalists. The team is coached by Stephanie Weiger.
posted: August 7, 2012
Rage U11 Santa Cruz Beach Sand Soccer Championships
Back row left to right: Bella Foster, Mady Sweeney, Taylynn Low, Megan Guerra, Zoe Morgenroth
Front Row: Bella Mayo, Allison Casey, Lily Manos
Not pictured: Abby Smith
Girls from last years U10 (2011) program and upcoming U11 (2012) played in the Santa Cruz Beach Sand Soccer Championships over Fathers Day Weekend June 16-17. The girls were undefeated over the two days.
The RAGE U11 White closed their regular season with four straight victories to earn first place in the U11 Division 1 Gold League. The team, coached by Jen Mello, capped a furious sprint to the finish by knocking off the Mission Valley United 1-0 on November 12. The team now rides this momentum into state cup play in December.
posted: December 12, 2011
Pleasanton RAGE U10 Orange Girls Soccer Team wins Premier 1 Division NorCal State Cup
Pleasanton Rage Orange advanced to the finals after beating ACC Mavericks in the quarterfinals in Sacramento and GSC Gryphons in the semifinals in Manteca. For Sunday's final game against Redwood City's Juventus team it was cold and windy in Manteca. Bella Foster scored the first goal of the game. The game was tied 1-1 just before the half and Michaela Riter got a corner kick up in the air and bent in into the goal. In the second half the wind was against Pleasanton and they got down 2-3. Julia Gonsman tied it up with 2 minutes left in the game. No one scored in the 10 minutes of overtime. Juventus kicked first for penalty kicks and their first kick went wide. Foster and Gonsman put Pleasanton's first two penalty kicks in. Isabella Mendoza stopped Juventus' next 3 penalty kicks for the win.
posted: December 7, 2011
The RAGE U12 "Orange" soccer team finished a great season as Division1 Premier League Champions
(pictured back row: Jenilee Chen, Sayler Bagnall, Claire Wong, Kathryn Lee, Kirsty Brown, Tami Kwong, Lauren Russell, Audrey Goodman, Sophia Pearson
Front Row: G'ana Losson, Nikki Lee, Brianna Wolfe, Molly Murphy, Lilly Ryan, Taylor Noval, Jacqueline Templeman. Not Pictured: Samantha Dukes, Coach Gordon Lang)
The RAGE U12 “Orange” soccer team finished a great season as Division1 Premier League Champions with a 3-0 win over the Walnut Creek Storm at Val Vista Saturday, November 19th. The team, coached by Gordon Lang, enjoyed a very successful season that included victories over two top Mustang teams. This league championship follows a spring league in which they also finished in first place. The Premier League title gives the team positive momentum as they prepare for their state cup tournament in January.
posted: November 24, 2011
U16 AC Team is BIG SIS to U10 White
US National Camp Invite - Milan Moses U14 Premier
The Olympic Development Program (ODP) is an opportunity that I am very happy I was able to experience. I was able to meet girls from throughout the western states. I strongly recommend every player who has a chance to try out for ODP do so. They will benefit from the experience.
The first stage of ODP is the District level. The competition was good and I was able to meet girls from other teams in the area. After making the District team, I was invited to tryout to be on the State team. Now, this is where the competition gets tougher. I had to compete with girls that come from Fresno all the way up the California border. Everyone brought a unique skill and ability to the tryout and the competition was fierce. I played hard and strong and was invited to try out for the Regional Team in Idaho with 13 western regions in the United States. There were many impressive players, but I had to be all in and hold nothing back. It was very important that I had faith in myself and use the skills I had learned. At the Regional camp, it was very intense because your every move was being evaluated on and off the field. Regional was not all work, I was able to make friends who I will never forget. At the end of camp I was selected to go to Regional Holdover Camp in Ontario, Ca. I was very proud to be selected.
While at Holdover Camp, I was invited to the U14 National training camp in Portland. I was able to play with the 72 top players of my age around the country. This was an amazing experience; it will be with me for the rest of my life. We also met members that were once on the National Team. Training at the University of Portland was great, and the coaching on the field was outstanding.
Being in ODP, I had to be flexible with my positions. I played forward for 7 years and I was moved to midfield by the state coach. While playing in Idaho, the regional coaches moved me to defender. Not only was I concentrating on mental toughness, but I was also concentrating on mastering my new position.
I have been fortunate to have these great opportunities. I am blessed to have the support of family and friends and I want to thank them. In the five years I have participated in the Pleasanton Rage organization I have received great coaching from Trish Gonzalez and Walter Pratte. I want to acknowledge Philippe Blin for the encouragement he has given me throughout the process. I truly hope as I continue to work hard that these opportunities will continue to present themselves to me.
RAGE U13 Orange - First Place at Mustang Stampede
The Pleasanton Rage U13 Orange team played six games in three days to capture first place at the Mustang Stampede Tournament. They showed extreme determination and incredible teamwork as they defeated Davis Legacy 3-2 in the finals.
pictured back row: Asst. Coach Trisha Gonzales, Ariana Nino, Megan von Sosen, Shanece Hunsaker, Brooke Williams, Hunter Vice, Rachel Rice, Coach Roy Miller
middle: Amy Schoendienst, Tiara Lewis, Mia Banducci, Ashley Morton, Samiksha Alur, Sarah Broacha, Jessica Hayes
front: Sadie Grozier, Alyssa Oki
Pleasanton RAGE players recognized at ECNL Championships in Colorado
July 16, 2011, Aurora, Colorado. During the ECNL National Championships in Colorado, players who were awarded all event recognition during ECNL national showcase events during the year were given a special nod by Nike. The players were listed on the "Nike All-Event Wall of Fame" and had their photo taken. Pleasanton Rage was well represented by Alexandra (Lexi) Nicholas, U15, for goalkeeping in the Fall National Showcase in Temecula, Haley Chow, U15, defender for the National Showcase in San Antonio ECNL event, Nicole Heller, U16, midfielder and Gabriella Strange, U17, forward, in the Fall National Showcase in Temecula.
Pleasanton Rage Premier teams from U15-U18 compete in the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL). The ECNL is a national youth soccer league founded in 2009 for U-15 through U-18 girls' teams for the purpose of providing the highest level of competition and the best developmental environment for American female youth soccer players, as well as an identification and development program, which will seek to include players in US Soccer's National Teams.
Rage Players Travel to Southern California with ODP State Team
Four Rage players playing on the Cal North ODP 98G State team traveled to Ventura, CA over Memorial Day Weekend to participate in the Pacific Invitational Tournament, hosted by Cal South. Rage 97 Orange
players Hanna Mallie, Eilis Hegarty and Sophie Santos (pictured) along with Rage 98 Orange player Rachel Rice, members of the Cal North 98G State team, took on Texas, Washington and Cal South in intensely-fought games. Hanna Mallie was named to the Tournament All-Star team.
RAGE U12 ORANGE WINS PREMIER 1 STATE CUP
Picture by: Jim Frost Rage U12 Orange and their championship trophy 1st row: Jo Salinas, Sadie Grozier 2nd row: Mia Banducci, Hunter Vice, Amy Schoendienst, Sarah Broacha, Jessica Hayes, Lorna Roberts, Tiara Lewis 3rd row: Sam Frost, Rachel Rice, Juliet Allen, Ariana Nino, Coach Gordy Lang, Megan Von Sosen, Haley Okumura, Brooke Williams
Capping a an incredible year of highs and lows the U12 Orange team won the Premier 1 State Cup championship title against Davis Legacy in PK’s.
This scrappy team filled with a host of brand new players picked just last spring started by winning the spring gold division title. That allowed them entry into the prestigious fall premier league where they ended respectably in the middle of the pack.
However nothing was more exciting than their journey to the State Cup finals on February 12th. After playing several qualifying games throughout the season the girls found themselves facing Davis Legacy a playoff qualifier. The game was pretty even throughout until the Rage scored a quick goal that popped in and then out so quickly the referee evidently did not see the goal and the Rage was denied the win. The game ended in a tie 0-0.
In another qualifier the Rage took no chances and let loose against the NBEFC Rapids winning 5-0. The goals were a mixed bag with Tiara Lewis scoring the first two. Ariana Nino made a direct kick to make it 3-0. The last 2 goals came from pure team work when Rachel Rice assisted Megan Von Sosen and then Sadie Grozier set up a nice play for Sam Frost who capitalized on it.
In the quarter finals Rage faced Placer United SC. Megan Von Sosen started things off with a solo goal followed by an assist from Mia Banducci to Sam Frost, and finally an assist from Sam Frost to Jessica Hayes. The Rage won 3-1 and moved to the semi finals where they faced COSC-Odyssey in a nail biter that came down to the final minutes of the game when Rachel Rice broke down the left wing and put a left foot shot over the goalie for the 1-0 win!
Rage had made it to the finals of the State Cup Premier 1 where again they faced Davis Legacy. Davis scored first, but Megan Von Sosen tied it up. With a 1-1 score the game went into overtime. After a scoreless 10 minutes. The game would be decided on PKs. Sam Frost was up first and drilled the ball into the net; Davis answered back score: 1-1. Rachel Rice up next was able to score, but then Davis missed, score: Rage 2-1. Jo Salinas stepped up and put her ball straight in too, score: Rage 3-1. Davis answered back making it 3-2. Megan Von Sosen scores Rage now 4-2, but Davis answers back, score: 4-3. With tremendous pressure riding on the final kick Tiara Lewis calmly placed the ball down looked up and with all her force shot the ball past the goalie for the 5th and final Rage PK!
The U12 Orange team had won the championship game and ended 9th in the NorCal standings! Congratulations to all the girls for a terrific and exciting season! posted: February 19, 2011
Rage Goalkeeper Lexi Nicholas named to Region IV ODP 1996 All Tournament Team in Arizona
Pleasanton Rage U15 Premier player, Alexandra (Lexi) Nicholas, was selected to play goalkeeper for the 1996 girls Nor Cal team coached by Pleasanton Rage coach and trainer, Gordon Lang, in the 2011 Region ODP Championships in Phoenix, Arizona January 15-18, 2011. The 1996 girls won the tournament shutting out New Mexico, Nevada, and Hawaii to qualify for the semi-finals. Nor Cal then shut out Washington in the semi-finals and tied 0-0 with Oregon in the finals winning the Region IV ODP championships on penalty kicks 3-2 with 3 heroic saves by Lexi Nicholas. Lexi was named to the Girls 1996 All Tournament 1st Team for the event. Lexi will play next in the Costa Rica International Tournament in February for the 1996 Region IV girls team.
Gordon Lang top left and Lexi Nicholas 3rd from right top row. posted: February 3, 2011
Signing Night 2011
On February 2 at 7 PM at the Pleasanton Marriott, RAGE will honored the graduating members of our U17 and U18 D1 Comp teams who signed their Letters of Intent. All graduating seniors were recognized for signing, as well as for their participation in our club over the years. posted: February 8, 2011
U13 AC White Wins Nor Cal Silver Division and will play in Championship game Nor Cal Cup Gold Division on February 13th
Back row: Coach Dave, Amanda Jensen, Mildreth Gil, Maggie Kilday, Megan Martin, Riley Akins, MacKenzie Bammer, Bryanna Schreiber Middle row: Lisa DeFeo, Katie Franciskovich, Jasmine Dessouky, Sadie Moore, Christina Echavia, Heather Jackson, Nicole Tsuno, Xenia Perea, Sami LaBella Front row: Madison Avery, Kennedy Truex
The U13 AC White team captured the Nor Cal Silver Division with an amazing record of eight wins, one loss, and one tie. Their goals for were 29 and goals against were 5. The goal differential for the season was 24.
The good times keep on coming for these awesome girls who, "Just aren't ready to stop playing together!" They will play in the NorCal Cup Gold division championship game on Sunday, February 13th in Woodland.
This has truly been a memorable year for these players who are called the "ribbon girls". Each game a player brings a set of ribbons for the whole team to show their unity. Their coach, Coach Dave, wears his ribbon too....on his hat! Posted: 2/5/11
U13 RAGE AC Wins NorCal Cup Gold Championship
Back row: Coach Dave Shaw, Maggie Kilday, MacKenzie Bammer, Mildreth Gil,
Amanda Jensen, Kennedy Truex, Bryanna Schreiber, Madison Avery Middle row: Xenia Perea, Jasmine Dessouky, Lisa DeFeo, Sami LaBella, Heather Jackson, Christina Echavia Front row: Nicole Tsuno, Megan Martin, Sadie Moore, Katlyn Franciscovich
U13 RAGE AC team, coached by Dave Shaw, won on 2011 NorCal Cup Gold Championship game February 13, in Woodland against CalOdyssey.
It was a "nail-biter" of a game which was tied at the end of regular play and the two, five minute- golden goal overtime play periods. The game was settled with penalty kicks, which the RAGE AC team came out victorious.
What a great end to a fabulous season for these girls who truly LOVE playing together and have developed an extended family with the girls on this team.
posted: February 14, 2011
RAGE U11 PREMIER
The spring soccer division winning Rage U11 Premier team took home another title (and a very large trophy) over the weekend when they finished in first place at the Santa Cruz Pro Am Beach Soccer Tournament. 10 members of the team participated in the 2 day event. All five games were played on sand; the games consisted of three exhausting 12 minute periods played in temperature that reached 85 degrees.
Saturday’s 8am game was the only game played on “packed sand”, as the Rage took the field against Dublin and won it decisively 19-1. Then under the blazing sun and a very loose playing field of sand the afternoon became a little more concerning as the girls tied the Placer Pride 10-10, but thanks to careful strategy planning by beach coach Jim Frost the girls knew they needed a shutout in their third game on Sunday in order to advance to the playoffs, and boy did the girls deliver, an 8-0 shutout over the Thunder.
Onto the semi finals, another hot tough game, but the Rage was determined to advance, and beat the Wipeout 8-6. The finals were just by coincidence against Livermore a team that these girls have gone head to head with more than once. It was hot, it was getting late, but nothing was going to get in the way of the Rage winning this tournament. The team stayed on top of Livermore throughout and won the championship title with another shutout 2-0.
Our girls were tough and determined throughout the entire weekend! Congratulations to those that played and brought the 1st place trophy back to Pleasanton!
Photo by: Kathy Schoendienst
“The Champions” Beach coach Jim, Juliet Allen, Sam Frost, Haley Okumura, Hunter Vice, Bianca Stubler, Sadie Grozier, Jessica Hayes, Sarah Broacha, Amy Schoendienst, not shown, but participated Mia Banducci
“U13 AC White Team Takes Second Place at Suntan Classic”
On Aug. 7-8th the U13 AC White team traveled to Sacramento to play in the Suntan Classic at Cherry Island. The players played and early game on Saturday morning with amazing energy and beat Livermore 5-1. They were able to rest a bit to be ready to play a tough Elk Grove team in the afternoon. The team continued to sustain their energy and finished Saturday with a 0-0 tie against Elk Grove. Sunday afternoon they beat Fair Oaks 3-1 and at their evening game, they tied Sacramento United 1-1 ,in a very physical weekend. They came out of the weekend with two wins and two ties and a second place trophy.
This weekend was a great success for the team. On top of playing some incredible soccer, it was a great bonding experience for the team. The team especially enjoyed their Saturday team dinner by the hotel pool. The team experienced a large amount of food left over after the Saturday dinner, so they were able to arrange the food to be donated to a local shelter in Sacramento. Posted 8/10/10
RAGE U11 PREMIER
The Rage U11 Premier girls fought till the bitter end for their first place position against the Livermore Rampage 98. It was a total team contribution and the girls battled hard throughout, forwards Rachel Rice, Jo Salinas, Megan Von Sosen, Sarah Broacha went on goal numerous times, but were shut down by the notoriously tough Rampage defense. Midfielders Hunter Vice, Bianca Stubler, Jessica Hayes, Sam Frost, Sadie Grozier, Brooke Williams and Mia Banducci did their part to move the ball forward, but the Rage could just not convert. Fortunately as good as the Rampage defense was Pleasanton’s was even better, backs Ariana Nino, Tiara Lewis, Lorna Roberts, Amy Schoendienst and Haley Okumura were stellar in silencing any Livermore attempts and keeper Juliet Allen ensured there would be absolutely no Livermore goals. These two arch rivals ended with a nil-nil game, but it was enough to keep the Rage on top! Congratulations ladies on your 6-2-0 spring season and your division title!
“Division Champions Rage U11 Premier & Coach Gordon Lang”
Photo taken by Erin Salinas
Pleasanton RAGE U11 White Team Wins NorCal League Championship
The RAGE U11 White team finishes league play with 10 wins 0 losses. They capped their championship run in the Region 3-4 Silver division with a decisive 3-0 victory this past Saturday against the Danville Mustang Stars. Rage White dominated their league with 6 shutout victories to carry a plus 16 goal differential, and a 4 game win advantage on the second place team.
Rage will play for the top State Cup in the White Flight in December.
Congratulations RAGE U11 White on an amazing season!
posted: November 19, 2013
Pleasanton RAGE U9 Orange
The U9 Pleasanton Rage Orange girls capped a stellar season by finishing 3rd out of
88 teams for the Norcal State Cup. On Sunday November 17 in Manteca the Rage Orange defeated the Elk Grove Navy 2-0. The Rage Orange scored early when Samantha Riter took a pass from Kiana Tahmassebi and scored. The Rage defense led by goalie Tasha Laberge-Shusterman and defenders Paige Morgan, Andrea Castillo, Alura Hagan, Kelly Queen gave Elk Grove very few chances to score. The Rage Orange offense led by Riter, Tahmassabi, Olivia Soble, Kaitlyn Lemus, Ava Hofstede and Alana Owens kept the pressure on Elk Grove all day. The Rage Orange tallied a final goal when Soble shot it past the Elk Grove goalie.
This final victory of the season capped a season that say the Rage Orange finished 24-5-5. The Rage Orange were undefeated in the Gold division of Norcal. The Rage Orange also had 3rd place finishes in the Rage Showcase and Mustang Stampede tournaments and a 2nd place finish in the Ajax United Fall Classic tournament.
The Rage Orange were led by coach Dave Shaw.
posted: November 18, 2013
Pleasanton RAGE U15 Orange
Pleasanton RAGE U15 Orange capped off their summer tournament run with a calhampionship win at soccer city warmup. The girls allowed only one goal scored against them in 4 games of the tournament. Coach Luis Siu couldn't have been any prouder of the girls play!
posted: September 15, 2013
SOCCER CITY WARM-UP MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYERS
The following girls Attitude 100% of the time, always being committed to practice, constant effort, positive attitude, lively spirit, obvious passion and love for soccer, sheer persistence.
U15 WHITE- Caroline Clark
posted: August 29, 2013
PLEASANTON RAGE U16D3 ORANGE WRAPS UP SEASON WITH SECOND PLACE FINISH AT ASSOCIATION CUP
The Pleasanton Rage U16D3 Orange team completed its season with a second place finish at the Association Cup last Sunday in Elk Grove. In the finals, Rage Orange faced the Clovis Crossfire 98G, the winner of the other semifinal round. Rage Orange surrendered a goal early in the first half, but quickly locked down on defense while the Rage attack looked to create scoring chances on the other end of the field. Neither team would prove able to convert throughout the rest of the game, however, and in the end the Crossfire outlasted Rage Orange to take the championship 1-0.
Despite the tough loss, the girls' success at the Association Cup capped off a tremendous season filled with noteworthy accomplishments:
- In reaching the finals, the Rage Orange advanced more deeply in the Association Cup than any other Rage Division 3 team has in the last ten years
- Three first place finishes and once second place finish out of four tournaments entered
- A second consecutive undefeated season in league play, with an uncapped goal differential of 45
- A second consecutive District 3 league championship
Congratulations to the girls and coaches Joe Santana and Malcolm Cerri on a season well done. Go Rage!
posted: March 29, 2012
PLEASANTON RAGE U16D3 ORANGE ADVANCES TO THE FINALS OF THE ASSOCIATION CUP
The Pleasanton Rage U16D3 Orange team advanced to the finals of the Association Cup this past weekend with back to back victories in single elimination play. The quarterfinals pitted the Rage against the Sacramento SA Velocity, a team that averaged over 5 goals per game while shutting out their opponents in last week's pool play. Undeterred, the Rage held steadfast and broke through in the second half, when midfielder Nikki Cerri one-touched a cross from Cassie Santana into the net from the 5 yard line. This proved to be the only score of the game and enough to advance the Rage Orange squad into Sunday's semifinals.
In the semifinals, the Rage faced a tough and talented Clovis Crossfire 95G team. The game started ominously with a serious knee injury to a Rage player within minutes of kickoff, halting the game for 30 minutes. Sunshine then turned to wind, rain and hail as the elements wreaked havoc throughout the hotly contested match. Both defenses asserted themselves, stifling numerous offensive attacks throughout the game. The game would remain scoreless at the end of regulation, through the first 15 minute overtime, and deep into the second. It appeared the winner was going to be determined by penalty kicks when defender Kayla Cerri wheeled on a rebounded corner kick to carry the Rage to the finals on a dramatic last second goal and 1-0 victory.
With these victories, the Rage U16D3 Orange team advances to this week's Association Cup final in Elk Grove. Congratulations to the girls and coaches Joe Santana and Malcolm Cerri on their success to date. Go Rage!
posted: March 19, 2012
U16 D3 ORANGE CAPTURES THIRD TITLE OF THE SEASON AND SECOND CONSECUTIVE DISTRICT 3 LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP
Rage U16 Orange: Bottom row (L to R): Nikki Cerri, Vanessa Villanueva; Second Row: Tori Larsen, Kayla Cerri , Patti Norcross, Laura Morgan, Katie Oross, Lauren Fan;
Top Row: Malcolm Cerri, Kylie Cardozo, Claire Hickel, Danielle Deike, Ashlyn Harris, Lindsay Curlett, Joe Santana ;
The Rage U16 Orange team battled through adversity to capture the Sonoma Halloween Classic Tournament held October 29-30. In pool play, the girls kicked off the tournament with a 4-3 victory over a determined Dixie U16G squad, then battled to a 0-0 standoff against the Petaluma Wolfpack. Despite injuries that decimated the squad to starters and just two subs, the Rage showed their resilience in their final pool match, soundly beating Central Marin United 4-0 to advance to the championship against tournament host Sonoma Riot!. The girls took control from the start in the final, scoring four goals by halftime while smothering the Riot! attack with stout defense en route to a decisive 5-0 victory.
The following week, the girls closed out their season with impressive 8-0 and 5-0 victories over DYS Impulse and Walnut Creek Impact--their 26th and 27th consecutive wins in District 3 games dating back to 2008/2009. In capturing the District 3 championship for the second year in a row, the girls recorded a league high 48 goals during their unbeaten season while limiting opponents to just 3.
With additional tournament victories this season at the Santa Clara Rotary Cup and Santa Cruz Classic, and a 2nd place finish at the Soccer City Warmup, the girls continue to impress with a potent combination of offensive firepower, stingy defense and steely resolve.
posted: November 8, 2011
U19 D3 White Soccer City Champions
Rage U19 White participated in the annual Pleasanton Soccer City warmup tournament. As their last chance to gauge the teams progress before the league schedule began, the team came prepared to give it their all. In their first test as a team two weeks before, the team struggled a little scoring goals. Due to that, the team was ready to come out hard and get a quick start to the tournament. They did not disappoint! They quickly jumped out to an early lead and were winning 4-0 by the half. An excellent effort by the offense resulted in a final score of 7-0 Rage. The defensive core put forth an amazing effort limiting the opposition MDSA Elite Barcelona to very few opportunities on goal.
Goals were scored by Sasha, Carly, Shelby and Kennedy. In the second game, a shorthanded Santa Rosa Outlaws team put up an amazing fight. After battling to a 0-0 draw at the half, a lack of substitutes and the relentless attack of the Rage team took its toll as Rage got an early goal to take a 1-0 lead. Later in the half we scored our second goal to help secure the victory. Once again exceptional work from the defensive core and two critical saves by the Goalie Bryanna ensured a second team shutout. Final Score Rage win 2-0. Goals were scored by Sasha and Katie. The third game against Roseville Ambush on Sunday really tested the teams determination and grit. The entire game was extremely physical and tested the teams willingness to fight hard through adversity to reach their desired goal of a third win that would guarantee a place in the championship game. After a hard 30 minute first half the team came away with a 1-0 lead. The very physical play in the game resulted in a scary injury to Katie. After the injury, the team rallied around Katie to get two quick goals to put the game out of reach, ending in a final score of 3-0 for Rage.
Goals were scored by Shelby and Sasha. Once again the defensive core played a huge part in ensuring that the team registered their third straight shutout. In the Championship game Sunday afternoon the team played a tough Mustang Blast team. We started a little slowly which kept Goalie Bryanna more busy than she had been all tournament but her saves early in the game gave the team time to settle down and get back to their winning game plan. Again a hard fought first half ended in a 0-0 draw. In the second half Rage came out and the team built on their late first half momentum to put more pressure on the Blast defensive core and that resulted in an early goal.
The team continued to pressure the opposition which resulted in an insurance goal with about 15 minutes to play in the second half. In a great back and forth game that saw many great plays from both sides the final whistle blew to result in another Rage shutout. Final score Rage 2 Mustang Blast 0 and a championship for the Rage White team. Goals were scored by Shelby and Sasha and once again the defensive core was amazing. What an incredible team effort! Congratulations to the team and coaches who have worked incredibly hard to gel the cores of two different teams from last season into what we can now see will be a very strong team in the upcoming league season. What an amazing time was had by all. You should be extremely proud. 4 wins, 4 shutouts, 14 goals for and 0 goals against, and one amazingly hard fought championship.
Congratulations Rage U19 D3 White!!! posted: august 19, 2011
U19 D3 Orange
The 3rd Annual Rage Orange excursion to Ft. Bragg took place the weekend of August 13/14, with the team netting third place. Everyone – parents and players – seemed to have a great time. There was great support all weekend, with a bunch of elements that made the weekend such a success: the hotel and view, the water activity, team meals, a scavenger hunt, a bonfire on the beach... While the tournament itself was certainly an important part of the weekend, the opportunity for the girls (especially those new to the team) to spend time together was invaluable, and that seemed to work out very well. The weather was glorious all weekend (even for those who stayed longer), and all in all the trip was a wonderful break for everyone, especially with the return to school looming.
And yes, there were games to write about. Overall it was a very pleasing performance, with just disappointment for the girls that they did not make it to the Championship game. They played some really great soccer, and certainly well enough to get to the final, but it transpired that we needed to win our third game 2-0 to do that… The defense was solid throughout, and we created more than enough chances, and except for one game we were pretty deadly on offense.
Game one against Rocklin Blue Heat was a repeat of last season's tournament, except that this time the 3-0 advantage was increased to 5-0. We took 15 shots at goal (ten on target), and while Rocklin managed five efforts themselves, they fell away as we stepped up towards the end. Mary Gruen opened our account from Haley Boehmer's pass on 9 minutes, and Nayo Clinchard made it 2-0 on 22, with an amazing long-range speculative effort that looped over the GK's head and in off the far post. Haley headed home Amy Moore's excellent corner on 38 minutes, and then delicately placed the fourth in off the post after 49 minutes, converting Mads Nethery's excellent through pass. Sarah Machado completed the scoring right at the final whistle, hitting one of her free kick specials (this one even longer than normal), after missing with one just a couple of minutes before.
Game two was on a poor field against Azzurri Pelligrini from Yuba City . Kicking against a strong wind, we took a deserved two goal lead and our opponent seemed well out of it, but then some comedy defending allowed them back in the game, visibly raised their spirits, and we were a little fortunate to emerge 4-3 winners. Mary Gruen opened our account on eight minutes with a glorious long-distance finish off the post, with the assist going to Autumn Whitney, and when we went 2-0 ahead with Amy Moore's well-placed penalty kick five minutes later, it seemed game over. However, we began to lose our focus; we picked up a yellow card and there was a very rare fumble of a long-range free kick five minutes before the break, which dribbled over the line. Amy had a couple of saves early in the second half, but poor clearances and general panic allowed Azzurri to tie it up on 37 minutes. We took the lead two minutes later when Olivia Zhu scored from a narrow angle, but the scoring was still not over. Having all watched a Sarah FK special fall short, we were still watching when the resulting clearance went downfield, was well collected and then brilliantly hit over and wide of Carly Boehmer with arguably the goal of the tournament on 44 minutes. Having come back twice, Azzurri's tails were well and truly up, but we scored the winning goal four minutes later, when Olivia took a quick free kick to find Mary, who hammered home an unstoppable shot. What a wild afternoon! We had 14 shots at goal, only three of which were off target, while Azzurri scored with every effort completed.
Game three against Wesco Vipers was a travesty, but taught us how failing to finish can ruin your championship aspirations. We won the shots at goal race 24-0, but the game, amazingly, ended 0-0. Some of our misses defied belief, but in mitigation, their GK played very well. We could have done with the extra ten minutes playing time (the game was shortened to allow for a possible third game in a day), but based on the evidence perhaps we would not have scored with another hour of play! In the other two brackets similar strong performances meant that there were two teams with more points than us, so we found ourselves meeting Wesco again in the Consolation game.
Wesco were delighted to be where they were, having a record of 0-5, 1-1, 0-0 and a 1-0 win in the 8am game, whereas we were all probably disappointed at finding a 2-0-1 record not enough for the final. It was important to raise our spirits, put the past behind us, and demonstrate that we were a better team than the 0-0 suggested… and we delivered to order, winning comfortably 4-0. Haley Boehmer opened our account after nine minutes, and Ari Siegel made it two just three minutes later (both assists unrecorded). Olivia Zhu made it 3-0 after 35 minutes, after good work and a pass from Nayo Clinchard, and playmaker turned scorer with a volley from close range, following Amy Moore's corner, four minutes before the final whistle. We created 16 chances (only two off the frame), including one from Mads Nethery that hit the post, and allowed only four Wesco efforts on target.
So our final account was three wins and one draw, and an excellent 13 goals scored with three against. Well done to everyone, and I hope you will all treasure the memories of what was a wonderful weekend away.
posted: august 19, 2011
Congratulations Rage U13 Grey State Cup Championship Finalists
front row: Taylor Campbell, Erin Overland, Kailyn Coleman
Standing: Emma Theroux, Megan Shackley, Darcy Kron, Avery Jones, Miranda Spring, Jazmin Merchant, Gabby Cabrera, Abigail Mitchell, Coach Jose Torres. (not pictured Dalia Shafi)
Rage U13 Grey had a terrific season culminating in strong fashion playing for the State Cup Championship. They qualified for the State Cup title game by defeating Newark in the Quarterfinals 2-0 and beating Cal Odyssey from Clovis 1-0 in the Semi-finals. Great job team Grey and Coach Jose Torres and Roy Miller. posted: February 16, 2011
Rage U13 Orange League Champions!
Back row: Juliana Leedeman, Samantha Vodanovich, Julia Densmore, Christy Jensen, Symone Darius, Kayla Bowers, Sophia Brown, Hannah McGillivray, Coach Walter Pratte. Center row: Makenna Elias, Hanna Mallie, Hailey Mann, Sophie Santos, Eilis Hegarty. Front row: Brookey Villanueva, Carley Robertson. Not pictured: Milan Moses, Malissa Shadle, Coach Trisha Gonzales.
Rage U13 Orange recently completed their fall season undefeated in league play, winning the Nor Cal Region 3-4 Gold League Championship. Allowing only three goals in 10 games, U13 Orange scored 40 in route to their third league championship in four seasons. Overall U13 Orange is 13-2-1 this year and enters the Nor Cal State Cup quarter-final round as the #5 seed in Northern California. Posted: 1/26/11
Rage U15 Orange Wins Their 3rd Title of the Season
The Rage U15 Orange team overcame a weekend of adversity to capture their third tournament title of the season. The girls persevered through injuries, illness & sweltering heat at the Bob Fowler Memorial Classic tournament in Concord to win the U15 Girls Division. In the first game, Rage dominated the TPSC Sharks 6-0 with an impressive display of offensive teamwork & passing skills while six different Rage players scored. The second game was played in the afternoon heat against Walnut Creek Impact but the Rage defense held strong and the team outlasted their opponents 3-0. On Sunday morning, Rage and Livermore Fusion SC squared off for the top spot in the bracket & the chance to play in the tournament championships. Both teams fought hard for the victory but the Rage offense was too much for Livermore in the end & the team earned their spot in the final game with a 1-0 victory. The tournament championship paired our Rage girls against Mustang Stampede in the heat of the afternoon. Once again, the Rage defense held firm and the offense needed only one goal to secure the championship title. This is the second tournament where the girls have held their opponents scoreless. Excellent job ladies!
Rage U15 Orange: Bottom row – Nikki Costello and Tori Larsen. Second row: Lauren Fan, Olivia Deutschman, Hannah Stapp, Nikki Cerri, Patricia Norcross, Cassie Santana, Kayla Cerri and Evan Murphy. Back row: Coach Joe Santana, Courtney Seams, Vanessa Villanueva, Claire Williams, Danielle Dieke, Katie Oross, Laura Morgan, Claire Hickel, Lindsey Curlett and Coach Malcom Cerri.
U16 D3 White
Rage U-16 D3 White Takes 2nd At Benicia Fall Classic!
The Pleasanton Rage U-16 D3 White team played extremely well in the extreme heat at the Benicia Fall Classic this past weekend. Winning three straight games against tough teams, Rage advanced to the Championship game and took 2nd in a tight match that was undecided until the last few minutes.
Game 1 was against a familiar competitor, Mustang Rush. Rage came ready to play, fought hard, demonstrated excellent possession and passing, and walked away with a 2 - 1 win. In addition, the Rage team represented league values well showing restraint and good sportsmanship in the face of some challenging situations.
Game 2 was a great match against El Cerrito Futbol Club. Rage dominated the field with the majority of the game played in the attacking half. But with temps above 95, the girls were fighting conditions as much as their opponents on the field. Great support from parents with cold towels, shade, and water in ice helped the team get a the 2 - 1 win.
Game 3 was the only thing standing between Rage going to the Championship game and the girls knew it. The defense was tested with several fast-footed strikers on the Sacramento Inferno team. The forward line kept the pressure on and scored 3 vs. 2 for Inferno.
The Championship Game was against Vacaville Aftershock and played in 95 degree weather as well. The competition was the toughest yet. Rage rose to the challenge and scored first. Before the half was over, Inferno scored as well. The second half was 1 - 1 until the very end when an Inferno striker shot off a rocket to unfortunately end the game 1 - 2. Rage Coaches Julie Solomon and Wayne Buchanan are immensely proud of their team's showing and fortitude. Congratulations to Vidya Awasty, Rachel Black, Ashley Buchanan, Brooke Campbell, Isabela Castaneda, Alex Dickinson, Rachel Duggan, Alexis Faria, Jenel Firneno, Sasha Greenlee, Bryanna Miller, Carly O'Brien, Annette Ramirez, Jessica Sanassarian, Maddie Solomon, Katie Styles, and Cely Thomas.
Pleasanton Rage U15 Orange wins their second tournament of the season!
After winning the 16 Gold Division in the Magic Cup Tournament last month, the U15 Orange team follows up with another tournament title at Rage Soccer City Warm-up. The team won all four games with exceptional defensive play as they held all of their opponents scoreless for the tournament. In the first game, they defeated last year's tournament finalist MTH Pac Inferno 2-0 with outstanding offensive play from both the forwards & midfielders. Rincon Valley Impact put up a strong fight in the second game but Rage finally took advantage of their many scoring opportunities late in the game to come away with a 1-0 victory. The team came out very strong in their third game against Palo Cedro Sting and cruised to a 3-0 win to earn their spot in the finals. Rage faced last year's Association Cup Champs from Fair Oaks in the championship game but they were up for the challenge. The teams battled to a 0-0 tie thru regulation play & 2 overtime periods so it all came down to penalty kicks. Rage prevailed 4-2 winning their second tournament in a row in dramatic style with PK's. Both Rage goalies played an outstanding championship game and had several key saves to help the team earn the victory. Great job ladies!
Rage U15 Orange Team- Bottom row: Nikki Costello and Tori Larsen. Second row: Laren Fan, Hannah Stapp, Olivia Deutschman, Nikki Cerri, Patricia Norcross, Kayla Cerri, Cassie Santana and Katie Oross. Back row: Coach Joe Santana, Courtney Seams, Lindsey Curlett, Claire Hickel, Claire Williams, Danielle Dieke, Laura Morgan, Evan Murphy, Vanessa Villanueva and Coach Malcom Cerri.
U19 D3 and Mendocino coast Skunk Classic
The Rage U19 D3 White skunked the competition in winning the Mendocino Coast Skunk Classic. Sydney Okumura’s long-range strike from 30 yards held up as the lone goal in a 1-nil victory over the Newark Freedom at Timberwolf Stadium in Fort Bragg. The championship victory capped a perfect weekend that saw the Rage defeat the Rocklin Blue Heat (4-1), Ft. Bragg Hot Salsa (3-nil), and Yuba Azzurri Peligro (2-nil). Haley Boehmer led the offensive charge with 3 goals along with Arielle Siegel (2 goals), Mary Gruen (2), Co-captains Madison Nethery and Sarah Machado, and Okumura. The North Coast’s chill was only matched by a stellar defensive effort, with the Rage allowing a first-game goal before completely freezing out the last three opponents. Autumn Whitney and Kara Matsune kept speedy forwards in check while Co-Captain Carly Boehmer made countless incredible saves in goal. The White will try to make it two in a row when they take the field next weekend in the Santa Clara Rotary Cup. Posted: August 15, 2010