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2022 RAGE Rec Tournaments U9-U12

2022-10-25T14:33:55-07:00October 24th, 2022|

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2020-06-29T14:44:07-07:00June 29th, 2020|

RAGE IS BACK ON THE FIELD and week 1 is in the books!

It was a successful week back on the field in our camp format and it was a pleasure to be working with our players on the pitch once again! It was great for the girls to have fun being together again while working on ball mastery and soccer fitness! Most importantly, health and safety is always our number one priority; our environment requires that everyone is always maintaining required physical distancing, we are training in small groups and have thorough sanitation and health screening procedures. Thank you to all of the hard work from RAGE leadership and to all who have pitched in to help make our returning to the field a success! We can’t wait until next week! GO RAGE!!!!

RAGE Impact (U14 Flight)

2016-10-17T14:35:12-07:00October 3rd, 2016|

On a weekend where the average temperature was 100 degrees, Pleasanton Rage Impact, U14 Flight, battled the heat and some very good competition from Pleasanton Rage and Walnut Creek to with the WC Fall Classic. The Impact won the championship with a very clean slate: going 4-0 in games played without giving up a goal.

Pleasanton Rage U16 Skyfall

2017-02-06T23:39:00-08:00September 27th, 2016|

Pleasanton Rage U16 Skyfall battled extreme heat to win the Walnut Creek Classic Tournament on September 25.  They went into the final undefeated (2 wins and 1 tie) and shut out Walnut Creek Fusion 4-0 to take the championship title.  

Jim Garber 
Jack Gerard
Michelle Logan
Abigail Baer
Allison Lourenco
Amanda Francken
Anika Kapai
Grace French

OutRageOus Wins California Cup

2017-02-06T23:39:02-08:00November 27th, 2015|

The U14 Flight OutRageOus girls wrapped up their 2015 Pleasanton Rage season winning the California Cup in Fremont.  The girls showed great character and resilience during the tournament, and they staged a dramatic come-from-behind victory in the final minutes of the championship match.
OutRageOus never gave up as they battled against Rage Revolution, another Pleasanton team.  The final goal was scored by Constanze Huebner with 4 minutes remaining in the game – a long shot that found the upper corner of the goal, despite outstanding goal-keeping.  Earlier in the second half, Jordyn Self tapped a beautiful cross from Abbey Baer into the net to tie the score.  The match ended with a 2-1 victory for OutRageOus.  The entire OutRageOus team contributed to the win with tremendous defensive and goal-keeping efforts as well.
Celebrating their California Cup title are U14 Flight OutRageOus team members:
Back Row:  Emily Cassetti, Isabella Wilbur, Ananya Kuttikkad, Olivia Murphy, Dan Dilger (Coach), Peyton Williams, Constanze Huebner, Abbey Baer, Kyra Thordsen, Jack Gerard (Coach), Amanda Dilger, Diana Zachlod, Noe Jue.  Front Row:  Jordyn Self, Kayleigh Dennen, Juliana Gerard, and Peyton Pozzi.

2015 Flight Jamboree Champions

2016-04-01T18:33:00-07:00November 16th, 2015|


The annual season ending Jamboree Tournament for the Flight Program teams was a fun way to wrap up the season.

Congratulations to the Flight Jamboree Champions for 2015.

U10 – Cheetahs

U12 – No Fear

U14 – Revolution


U14 RAGE Revolution

2017-02-06T23:39:03-08:00October 7th, 2015|

RAGE Revolution, a U-14 Flight team, had an excellent tournament in Walnut Creek recently.  Taking first place in the tournament! These girls not only played their hearts out on the field, but had great sportsmanship with each team they played.

U12 Flight OutRageOus Wins Fremont Tournament of Champions

2017-02-06T23:39:05-08:00November 26th, 2014|

(Photo… Back Row: Melissa Garcia, Megan Eilenstine, Coach John Flora, Courtney Olivier, Isabella Wilbur, Trinity Ellis, Coach Jack Gerard, Kayleigh Dennen, Masey Peters, Kate Zaine, Abbey Baer; Front Row: Jessica Fey, Juliana Gerard, Daylin Williams, Jordyn Self, Ellie Flora, Kalyn Carroll)

(Photo… Back Row: Melissa Garcia, Megan Eilenstine, Coach John Flora, Courtney Olivier, Isabella Wilbur, Trinity Ellis, Coach Jack Gerard, Kayleigh Dennen, Masey Peters, Kate Zaine, Abbey Baer; Front Row: Jessica Fey, Juliana Gerard, Daylin Williams, Jordyn Self, Ellie Flora, Kalyn Carroll)

The U12 Flight OutRageOus team finished their season with Rage by winning the Fremont Tournament of Champions.
The girls played with tremendous heart and remarkable character.  They trusted and supported each other, and they gave everything they had.  Every player contributed, and they played like a truly great team.
The victory in Fremont came one week after winning the U12 Flight Jamboree and after earning first place in the U12 Flight regular season.
The final match at the Fremont Tournament of Champions ended in dramatic fashion.  OutRageOus was competing against the Danville Mustangs, finishing regulation time in a 0 – 0 tie.  With 30 seconds remaining in the second overtime session, Izzy Wilbur made an excellent cross to the center.  Ellie Flora tapped the ball to Abbey Baer, who sent the ball into the top right corner of the net.
The OutRageOus defense was remarkably strong and did not allow a single goal in the entire tournament.  The girls finished the Tournament of Champions with a record of 3 wins, 0 losses, and 1 tie; and they outscored their opponents 11 – 0.
OutRageOus’ team record for 2014, including the regular season, the U12 Flight Jamboree, and the Fremont Tournament of Champions was 13 wins, 2 losses, and 2 ties.  Excluding penalty kicks in the Jamboree, they scored 44 goals this season and only allowed 5 against them.

U14 Hawk: Undefeated & Un-scored on in Walnut Creek

2017-02-06T23:39:05-08:00October 6th, 2014|

RAGE U14 HawkThe U14 Rage Hawks soared into the Walnut Creek Fall classic and ended the tournament

undefeated and un-scored upon


On the opening day of pool play, The Hawks faced a pair of team teams in their first test of the

tournament. In game 1, The Hawks got off to a fast start with a driving goal from Meena Alexander.

The defense, anchored by Kristen Greene frustrated the Walnut Creek attackers and turned away all

advances. The Hawks took complete control of the game in the second half. Hawks keeper Carly

Muser did not face a single shot as the defense neutralized anything in their zone. Eunice Jung

completed the scoring for the Hawks with a breakaway led by a well placed ball from Maddie Hill and

the game ended 2-0. It was more of the same in game 2 as the Hawks controlled the tempo of the

game facing the Walnut Creek Wildcats. Megan Stewart started the scoring with a driving shot off a

direct kick that found the corner of the net. Cindy Zhao and Colleen Eichhorn combined to provide

perfect protection for the Hawks keepers. Olivia Murphy broke free late in the first half and drove the

ball into the net for a perfect finish to the half. The Hawks continued to dominate the second half

with Meena Alexander placing a opportunistic shot into the net off a perfect entry pass from Sophie

Clinton to end the game 3-0.

Day 2 opened with an early match up against the Dublin Earthquakes. The game opened in a tight

defensive battle. The Hawks keeper, Aly Lee, made several outstanding stops with Sofia Wreden

and Kyra Shah anchoring a strong defense to maintain a 0-0 halftime score. Injured Center Mid

Samantha Nimmo noticed an opportunity and a quick position switch paid off as Kate Battaglia

pushed to ball forward to a waiting Carly Muser and the game winner for a 1-0 finish. The tight battle

earned the Hawks a spot in the next round!

The final match up against the Walnut Creek Wildfire was more of the same as the Hawks opponent

had no luck breaking through the defense to pressure the ball. The Hawks secured a score in each

half and ended the game 2-0 and the tournament with a perfect record not allowing a goal


After the final whistle, the coaches, Steve Nimmo and Tom Zhao watched as the Hawks hugged

each other and celebrated a successful tournament. The Hawks, with their outstanding team play

and support throughout the tournament, earned the recognition of completing the weekend,

undefeated and un-scored upon at the 2014 Walnut Creek Fall classic.

Pleasanton Rage U14 Orange Pride wins the 2014 Walnut Creek Fall Classic Tournament

2017-02-06T23:39:05-08:00October 1st, 2014|

Back row: Coach Gary Brown, Coach Ben Eeo, Middle Row: Alexandra Greth, Jamison Gray, Mollie McKay, Summer Reeves, Jenna Brown, Lexie Freeland, Audrey Emmett, Erika Shinn, Caroline Field, Emma Tsztoo, Coach Clifford Wu, Front Row Sitting: Lindsey Schroeder, Alyssa Wu, Jielin Eeo, Kristin Kye

The Pleasanton Rage Orange Pride participated in their first tournament of the season at the Walnut Creek Fall Classic. The round robin play provided some excellent competition.

The first match was against the Dublin Earthquakes. The Earthquakes put up a formidable defensive effort throughout the entire game. Neither side was able to mount much of a sustained offensive attack. There were very few opportunities and fewer shots on net. The half ended 0 – 0. The second half was a continuation of the first half and it appeared the game would end in a draw. With 10 minutes remaining, Jielin Eeo feathered a soft pass to Jenna Brown. Jenna was able to send a well-placed ball into the corner of the net before the Earthquakes could collapse on her and gave the Pride a 1 – 0 lead. With just a few minutes remaining, Kristin Kye was able to dribble around several defenders and passed to a wide open Mollie McKay who blasted a shot off the keeper’s hands to give the Pride a 2 – 0 victory in their opening match.

The Pride opened up the scoring early in their second match against the Walnut Creek Fusion. Just minutes into the game, Jamison Gray delivered a cross from the right side and Jenna Brown took the cross and put it into the back of the net. Summer Reeves was able to push the ball from just beyond the mid-line and past the Fusion defenders. Jenna Brown outraced everyone for a breakaway goal to put the Pride up 2 – 0. Jamison Gray scored halfway through the half and scored again, out-muscling two Fusion defenders for the ball and putting it past the keeper. Audrey Emmett finished off the scoring off a feed from Jamison Gray to give the Pride a 5 – 0 lead at the half. The Pride kept up their offensive pressure in the second half, but the Fusion were up to the challenge and the game finished at 5 – 0.

The final game of pool play pitted the Walnut Creek Wildcats versus the Pride. The Wildcats packed their defensive end and the Pride was unable to unleash any time of offense in the first half. The Pride finally found the right combination midway through the second half when Alyssa Wu found Jenna Brown open in the middle. A quick spin and shot by Jenna into the corner put the Pride up 1 – 0. The Wildcats seemed more determined and carried play in the Pride half of the field. A well-placed shot by the Wildcats went in over the Pride keeper to knot the score at
1 – 1. This time it was the Pride’s turn to take over the game. A great combination from Jamison Gray on the left to Jenna Brown in the middle to Audrey Emmett streaking in from the right for a score put the Pride back up 2 – 1. With five minutes remaining, Mollie McKay made a beautiful cross to a wide open Audrey Emmett who popped in the final goal giving the Pride a hard fought 3 – 1 victory which put the Pride into the championship game against winners of the other bracket, the Pleasanton Rage Aftershock.

The Pride opened up the scoring early in the game on a rocket shot on the right side by Audrey Emmett that ricocheted off the post to Jenna Brown who managed to deflect it to an Aftershock defender. Continued pressure by Audrey and Jenna forced the defender to attempt a clear from deep in her defensive zone that resulted in an own goal. Some precise passing through the mid-field, a pass from Jamison Gray for Alyssa Wu’s one-time shot at the top of the box made the score 2 – 0 in favor of the Pride. Towards the end of the first half, Summer Reeves popped a pass to Jenna Brown who headed it to Mollie McKay. Mollie was able to elude the last defender and scored to make it 3 – 0 for the Pride at the end of the first half. The Pride kept up the offensive pressure in the second half. Kristen Kye one-timed an attempted clear by the Aftershock defense and popped it over the outstretched hands of the keeper. The Pride’s final score came on precise passing from Alexandra Greth to Jamison Gray. The Aftershock keeper had no change against Jamison’s blast making the final score 5 – 0 securing the championship for the Orange Pride.

The Pride were able to control the midfield with major contributions from Lindsey Schroeder and Carly Field. Their constant pressure against their opponents caused many turnovers and their timely passes helped transition the Pride to several breakaways, which resulted in several scores. Alexandra Greth, Lexie Freeland and Emma Tsztoo led the Pride defense. Time and again their speed and quickness frustrated the opposition. Erika Shinn, the Pride keeper, provided steady goal keeping and came up with key saves throughout the tournament. Her leadership was one of the big reasons for the Pride’s successful run at the tournament.

Coaches Ben Eeo, Gary Brown, and Cliff Wu were proud of the Orange Pride’s accomplishments and more importantly the camaraderie and unselfish play they exhibited throughout the tournament.

Congratulations to all the Orange Pride girls for winning the 2014 U14 Girls Walnut Creek Fall Classic tournament!

U16 Hot Shots

2017-02-06T23:39:07-08:00December 12th, 2013|

hotshotssThe U-16 Hot Shots took 3rd place in the Walnut Creek Fall Classic. The team got off to a rocket start with a 7-1 win over a team from Danville. Scoring started early in this match up with the Hot Shots stampeding to a 3-0 advantage in the first 89 seconds. After a highly competitive game against the Walnut Creek Fury, the Hot Shots were in 1st place going into Sunday.’s play. After losing a heart-breaker to the Walnut Creek Swat 1-0, the team advanced to the playoffs against another Pleasanton team, the Ladyhawks, and won.

Offensively the team was led by Emily Santiago, Mrinalini Narayan, Kaitlyn Antilla and Chelsea Burke . Denell Jackson, April Maestas, Katie Zieker and Tayler Clopton anchored a stout defensive effort.

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