RAGE Alumni

/RAGE Alumni


To get on this list, please send your picture, year you will be going to college, and college name to Philippe Blin at rage-td@pleasantonrage.org


Shasta Grant
Shasta GrantRocky Mountain College Billings MT
Victoria Kiani
Victoria Kiani William Jessup University Rocklin, CA
Lorna McElrath
Lorna McElrathDartmouth College Hanover, NH
Kayla Pereira
Kayla Pereira St. Leo University St. Leo, FL
Sophie Santos
Sophie SantosSaint Mary's College - Moraga, CA
Bryanna Schreiber
Bryanna SchreiberWhitman College - Walla Walla, WA
Julia Densmore
Julia DensmoreNorth Dakota State University - Fargo, ND
Sophia Brown
Sophia Brown Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo, CA


Sadie Montague
Sadie MontagueUniversity of Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH
Jessica Ko
Jessica KoSt. Mary's College - Moraga, CA
AliyahWalker University of California - Davis, CA
Emma Barrow
Emma BarrowUniversity of San Diego - San Diego, CA


Makenna Hazelton
Makenna HazeltonSierra Nevada College - Incline Village, NV
Pagan Hetherington
Pagan HetheringtonWhitman College - Walla Walla, Washington

2016 CIF State Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year – Sophia Brown!

Sophia Brown - 2016 CIF State Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year!

Sophia Brown – 2016 CIF State Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year!

The Board of Directors and Staff of Pleasanton RAGE are extremely pleased to feature U18 ECNL Goalkeeper Sophia Brown, the 2016 CIF State Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year!

The award is based on the highest level of academics, success as an athlete (ECNL RAGE soccer, Foothill High School varsity basketball, and varsity lacrosse), community service, and leadership.  Sophia has played for RAGE for 13 years and will attend Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo where she will major in Aerospace Engineering and play Division 1 soccer. 

This honor is a repeat for the Brown family, as Sophia’s older sister, Phoebe, won the same award 4 years ago and will now graduate from Princeton University. 

Congratulations to the Brown family on a remarkable achievement!



May 4th, 2016|

U-18 U.S. Women’s National Team Experience – Olivia Sekany

_Olivia-Sekany1Last month I had the incredible experience of training with the U-18 U.S. Women’s National Team at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, California. I had been scouted by the National Team coaches at the ECNL event in San Diego, and received an invitation to attend the training camp two days after we returned from this event. I was extremely excited to receive this opportunity–wearing the U.S. soccer crest and representing our country is a privilege that very few players receive, and I am honored to be one of them.

We arrived in Carson on Saturday, April 16th, and the rigors of camp began almost immediately. We had a training session that evening to get our legs moving after a long day of travel. It was amazing to be playing with 25 of the best players in the nation, and to see their abilities as well as their dedication to the game in action. That night, we were given instructions regarding various forms of health and wellness monitoring that we would need to perform. Every morning we were required to fill out a survey regarding our level of soreness and fatigue, level of stress, our moods, and any injuries we may have had. Additionally, we were required to monitor our resting heart rates, as well as take part in daily weigh-ins and hydration tests. With the high volume and intensity of our training sessions, we had to ensure that we were properly caring for and preparing our bodies.

_Olivia-Sekany2Sunday morning we had fitness testing. We participated in four different fitness tests: a 20-yard sprint test, the arrowhead agility test, a vertical jump test, and the “Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Test,” also known as the beep test. I did particularly well on the vertical jump test, with the third highest score on the team.

We had two training sessions a day–one in the morning and one in the evening. The other three goalkeepers and I began every session working with the goalkeeper coach until we were needed for drills with the rest of the team. The speed of play was very fast, and the sessions were extremely physical and competitive, which was a lot of fun for me. We also had team meetings every night to watch film, listen to scouting reports on our opponents, or talk about our plans for training the next day. The other goalkeepers and I would stay with the goalkeeper coach after the team meetings to watch film from our training sessions and analyze our technique. Some days, we also had extra training sessions while the field players rested.

_Olivia-Sekany3Over the course of the week, we played 2 games. On Tuesday we played Long Beach State University and tied them 2-2. On Friday, we played the U-17 Women’s National Team, who were also in camp that week in Carson. The U-17 WNT is preparing for the U-17 Women’s World Cup in Jordan this Fall and have been in camp together and playing games fairly regularly, so it was a great opportunity for us to play a very skilled, well organized team. We ended up losing the game 2-1, but it was still a great experience.

I learned a lot when I was at camp, about the game and myself as a player. I am looking forward to hopefully being back in training camp with the National Team this summer. My goal is to travel with the team to Ireland in October to play in some international friendlies and earn my first cap!

May 2nd, 2016|

Congratulations To Our Signed Seniors!

2016 Seniors

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February 4th, 2016|

Congratulations to ECNL H.E.R. Scholarship recipient, Pippa Whitehand!!

Screenshot 2015-05-19 17.55.14Rage ECNL player Pippa Whitehand is one of ten to receive national H.E.R. coaching scholarship. H.E.R. (Health & Education Resources) is funded by the ECNL and is a platform in the Amazing Young Women campaign created to encourage, support and provide opportunity for young female athletes.


May 19th, 2015|

Congratulations to former RAGE player, Bianca Sierra

Congratulations to former RAGE player, Bianca Sierra as she’s heads off to the Women’s World Cup to play for the Mexico. Go Bianca!!

April 17th, 2015|

Allie Rodriguez

Univ. Of Oregon 4 year letter winner. 4 year All Academic PAC 12 Conference


February 2nd, 2015|