Week 6 Player of the Week:
Brittany Bravo: Attacking Player of week
Head Coach Jason Gantt’s Wolverines compete in the powerful Big 8 Conference. Since 2000, 22 Wolverines have been named All-Conference 1st teamers, and, since 2004 alone, 35 players have moved on to play at four-year programs. In 2010, Sierra College soccer was one of three community colleges nationwide to achieve the NSCAA Team Academic Award, based on Sierra's 3.11 team GPA.
For the second year in a row, Sierra College soccer earns the 2010-2011 NSCAA Women's Team Academic Award. We are the only California community college on the list of all soccer teams in the nation!
Congratulations to Jessica Parker, All-Conference!
Sierra College soccer is one of three community colleges nationwide to achieve the NSCAA Team Academic Award for the 2009-10 academic year. Winners of the award have a team average GPA of 3 or more. Sierra's team GPA average was 3.11.
Any potential student-athlete who is interested in attending Sierra College and playing soccer must understand that it will require a MAJOR commitment on your behalf. You must work extremely hard in the classroom and on the field. You are representing Sierra College as a student-athlete and our soccer program. It requires a five day per week commitment with the team and another two days on your own. We lift weights, attend all our classes, and attend study hall. You must be an individual who is willing to listen, improve your game, and take the necessary steps to do so successfully. But most importantly, you must be able to have fun at the game you love.
And here is a questionnaire to fill out and return to Coach Jason Gantt.
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