Santa Maria is in need of a high-quality, state-of-the-art soccer complex with space for as many as 10 to 20 fields all in one location. The City Council is currently exploring locations for a soccer complex, but they need to hear from our community's supporters for this decision to benefit not only players and their families, but also the entire community.
go to www.change.org and search for "Santa Maria Soccer Complex" to sign the petition.
Coastal Valley Soccer Club (CVSC) has a few teams that are looking to fill roster spots.
CVSC Ultimate G99 in Santa Maria is looking to add a few field players to their Silver Elite level team. Players must be born on or after 1/1/99. Interested players should contact team manager Becky Crowe at 805.602.6976.
CVSC Katana B00 in Santa Maria is looking to add a Goal Keeper to their Silver Elite level team. Players must be born on or after 1/1/00. Interested Keepers should contact Mike Borges at 805.705.5609.
Juan Montelongo of CVSC Katana B00 has been selected for the Cal South PRO+ ODP Player Pool for Boys 2001. The PRO+ ODP program is in its Identification and Development cycle where the players are working to get called into the US Soccer & Cal South Elite Player Performance event this summer in Ojai, Calif., which will include staff from US Soccer on hand searching for players for potential inclusion in the youth national team programs.
4/11/16 - CVSC Katana B00 Player Juan Marcos Piñon was one of 22 selected out of 400 players from all over the country to enter the MLS Sueno Academy selection program.
Pinon and four other field players will join finalists from Portland and New York next month on May 4th through 8th to compete in the Sueño MLS National Finals at StubHub Center for a spot in their MLS team’s academy. Professional scouts from the LA Galaxy, Portland Timbers and New York Redbulls will be on site to select players for Academy teams. Pioon will attend the National Finals, where he will receive special instruction and mentoring from international soccer stars.
From the MLS website……. Piñon’s ability to play multiple positions exceeded expectations. Usually a right fullback, the Santa Maria, California native also played on the left side, and took on all comers despite his 5-foot-5 stature. “We really liked his pace and his field awareness,” remarked Galaxy staff coach Paul Soufl. “More than the other defenders, we thought he had a sense of place on the field.”
Coastal Valley Soccer Club (CVSC) held its 5th annual awards dinner Saturday night December 5, 2015 at the Rancho Bowl Banquet room in Santa Maria. Four awards were handed out to recognize the top male and female Players for the 2015 year, as well as the Coach and Volunteer of the year. Key attributes for the players which were nominated were on the field performance coupled with sportsmanship and academic excellence.
The CVSC 2015 Female Player of the year is Ayziah Simmons of CVSC Outkast G00 based in Lompoc. Ayziah sets the example of Leadership, Sportsmanship, Dedication and Commitment. Her teams was also CSL Fall Season League Bracket Champions and she was the scoring leader with 49 goals and 13 assists over 41 games. Ayziah also excels off of the pitch at Lompoc Valley Middle School where she is Enrolled in all Honors classes and has a 4.14 GPA. The CVSC 2015 Male Player of the Year is Aaron Lee of CVSC Katana B00 a Silver Elite level team. Aaron is a Holding Midfielder and Team Captain for both his Club & High School teams. Off the pitch, Aaron truly epitomizes the best our community has to offer as a Honor Roll student at Righetti high school with all Honors & AP classes. Aaron volunteers at the Foodbank, Boys & Girls Club, Public Library & Marian Hospital. In the future he hopes to attend the West Point Military Academy.
The honor of Coach of the Year went to Eddie Silva for his leadership and work with CVSC Ultimate G98. Eddie took over the team a few years ago and was a driving force in the team’s success highlighted by 7 tournament championships and being promoted from the Bronze level to the elite Gold level of play. Volunteers of the year went Budd Jamieson and Jamie Sonsini for their work as the Club Registrars for the CVSC Santa Barbara based teams.
CVSC Vipers G97 attended the 2015 FIFA WWC in Vancouver an awesome experience attending 3 WC games (USA v Nigeria, Japan v Cameroon, Switz v Ecuador) and played 1 friendly game vs VAFC -U17 (98) Roadrunners, a gold level team in the U-17 BC Coastal Girls League. CVSC Vipers G97 stayed across the street from BC place stadium. They also hiked Grouse Mountain, biked Stanley Park and toured the University of British Columbia. It was a great experience that the Girls will remember for the rest of their lives.
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