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CVSC AWARDS

CVSC Female Player of the Year


Ayziah Simmons, 2015 CVSC Female Player of the Year

2015 - Ayziah Simmons, CVSC Outkast G00
2014 - Kira Hopkins, CVSC Rebels G01

2013 - Leann Wolf, CVSC Chaos G95
2012 – MJ Pierce, CVSC Blaze G97
2011 – Karla Ramirez, CVSC Blaze G97

Ayziah Simmons of CVSC Outkast G00 based in Lompoc.  Ayziah sets the example of Leadership, Sportsmanship, Dedication and Commitment.  She is well respected by teammates for her work ethic and determination and is a integral part of team success on the pitch.  As a first year tem they have had 7 tournament entries reaching 7 finals and 3 championships.  Her teams was also CSL Fall Season League Bracket Champions an d 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.  She is also a a school WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) Leader, trained in team building activities, cooperative skill development and discussion skills.

CVSC Male Player of the Year


Aaron Lee, 2015 CVSC Male Player of the Year

2015 - Aaron Lee, CVSC Katana B00
2014 - Javier Real, CVSC Chelsea B03
2013 - Jon Sigurdson, CVSC Renegades B96

2012 – Rigoberto Zepeda, CVSC Katana B00
2011 – Josue Chavez, CVSC Katana B00

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.  Aaron is pivotal to CVSC Katana BOO success on the pitch controlling the Midfield and locking down the defensive side of the ball.  As a Freshman he was the Righetti junior varsity MVP.  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.  At Righetti Arron is a leader as the Righetti High School ASB Class President his Freshman & Sophomore years.  Aaron is also Vice-President of Key Club.  In addition Aaron volunteers at the Foodbank, Boys & Girls Club, Public Library & Marian Hospital.  In the future he hopes to attend the West Point Military Academy.

CVSC Coach of the Year

Hugh Holis, 2014 CVSC Coach of the Year

Eddie Silva, 2015 CVSC Coach of the Year

2015 - Eddie Silva, CVSC Ultimate G98
2014 - Hugh Holis, CVSC Renegades B96
2013 - Paul Rodriguez, CVSC Rebels G01

2012 – Joe Fernandez, CVSC Ultimate G98
2011 – Gonzo Garcia, CVSC Katana B00

CVSC Volunteer/Board Member of the Year

2015 - Budd Jamieson & Jamie Sonsini
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4 - Paula Lopez
2013 - Sydney Vincent

2012 – Becky Crowe

 

CVSC Player of the Year

The CVSC Player of the year should be an outstanding athlete and person that represent the highest standards of which we stride for in our club soccer athlete. The Player must represent themselves, their Team, Club and Sport in a positive light at all times. The CVSC Player of the year must display leadership attributes on and off the field. The CVSC Player of the year should not only be an outstanding performer on the pitch, but also in the classroom. The CVSC Player of the year must have a 3.0 GPA or higher. Grades should be verified by the individual making the nomination or the CVSC BOD. Nomination emails should include a description of athletic accomplishments, and describe how this Player has contributed to their Teams success. The nomination email should also list individual athletic accomplishments, leadership and scholastic performance that has made this individual stand out among their peers. 
 
CVSC Coach of the Year
The CVSC Coach of the year should be the example in which all other Coaches stride to emulate. The CVSC Coach of the year should be a well respected individual that represents the highest standards of ethical behavior, coaching, training and love of the game. The Coach of the year should display attributes of good leadership and ability to develop Players. The Coach of the year can be a Head Coach or an Assistant Coach. Nomination emails should include a description of how the Coach has trained and developed or improved the performance of their Team. The nomination email should also describe how the Coach interacts with the Team and how the Coach develops Players and the Team. Above all else this individual should set a good example for our youth and should not only focus on building great soccer Players, but also focus on developing our youth into great people.