Rage, Mustang soccer commits extravaganzas

The Pleasanton Rage Soccer Club and Mustang Soccer League will both be having signing parties on Feb. 1, the first day of the national signing period. The Rage bash is at the Pleasanton Marriott, and the Mustang event is at the Mustang Soccer Complex.
An impressive total of 29 girls players from the two clubs combined will be honored. Here they are:
The Rage (11):
Georgia Barnes – University of Hawaii – Northgate High
Rebecca Beasley – Air Force Academy – Dublin High
Darlene Dang – Wellesley College – San Ramon Valley High
Jasmine MacDonald – Azusa Pacific – Granada High
Robin Mertens – Cal Poly – Albany High
Ani Nahapetian – Lehigh University – Amador Valley High
Bria Outland – University of Nevada Reno – Tracy High
Danielle Rodrigues – Fresno State University – Tracy High
Rachel Romero – Indiana University – Salesian High
Cassandra Scroggins – Chico State University – Foothill High
Heather Seeley – Colorado College – Dougherty Valley High
The Mustang 18:
Tye Madison, UCLA, Terra Linda
Haley Perkins, Chico State, Monte Vista
Angie Johnson, Amherst, Monte Vista
Victoria Burns, Washington, O’Dowd
Tyler Cunningham, UC Riverside, Rodriguez High
Celeste Martore, Cal, Castro Valley
Reilly Parker, North Carolina, SRV
Beth Ritter, UC Santa Barbara, SRV
Amanda Davis, Pepperdine, SRV
Shannon Hennessy, Pennsylvania, SRV
Celeste Boureille, Cal, Sacred Heart Cathedral
Tiffany Geer, San Diego State, Live Oak
Khayla Jones, Saint Mary’s, Pinole Valley
Ashley Love, Colorado-Boulder, Las Lomas
Noria Mitchell, Saint Mary’s, Dublin
Cassidy Nicks, Loyola Marymount, Carondelet
Julia Shockley, UC Davis, Logan
Allie Torru, Lafayette, Athenian

Matt Schwab

  • Matt Schwab

    If you know of other players signing with colleges, don’t keep it a secret. Chime in. 🙂

  • larry5546

    Girls: Lamorinda Soccer Club (LMSC), United ’94:

    Valerie Margerum, Oregon State, Campolindo High School
    Sam Zarling, Colorado College, SRV
    Michaela Maes, Point Loma, Berean Christian

    could be one more later…rest of the team are juniors.

  • congrats- great results. Going to have some happy college bound players and happy parents too! The year around teams do not have any boundary limits, similar to DLS and privates.
    Do they have a structural advantage?
    Anyone on the other side of the tunnel off the 680 and 24 coridoor should not be speaking of ANY structural advanatges in ANY sports, it’s pretty obvious the ebal and dfal schools also get the best and the best training year around in certain sports. I eluded to this in swimming and water polo, guess some bloggers just need to see it in print.