Contact our coaching directors Vinnie Cortezzodocsouth@scasoccer.com for Petaluma teams or Chris Dalydocnorth@scasoccer.com for Windsor teams at any time to arrange for a free training session with the SCA team in your age group.
Sonoma County Alliance is committed to being the best club in Northern California at developing players and teams to maximize their full potential, while emphasizing the qualities of teamwork and sportsmanship. SCA is entering its 13th season and is one of the most progressive player development oriented clubs in the U.S. The SCA Coaching staff is educated in the SCA Philosophy and mentored by World Class Youth Educators in the latest Youth Development techniques from Europe.
The SCAN 00G team recently completed NorCal’s Winter Session, mustering up a respectable 6-0-2 record and they are now ready to move into the final third of their season as they will finish up with State Cup and NPL’s Spring season.
In State Cup news, the team had already qualified for the State/Premier Division featuring the top 32 teams in Northern CA. And then over the weekend of March 2, SCA, seeded by NorCal as the #23 team, upset #10 seeded San Juan Spirits 3-2 to advance to the top 16 State Group. Their next State Cup match will take place March 30th at a yet to be determined team and location.
Congratulations to SCA 97 South player Rebecca Dodele for signing her letter of intent with University of Pacific!
Rebecca verbally committed to UOP in November of 2013 to a partial athletic scholarship that can cover up to 70% of her 4 year tuition. Rebecca chose UOP over schools like Fresno State, UC Davis, SSU, and Chico State. She liked the campus, educational reputation, the coaching staff, and that they play in the WCC. The WCC is considered on of the toughest division 1 leagues in womens college soccer.
Congratulations to SCA 97 South player McKenzie Maher for signing her letter of intent to play at Sonoma State University!
03GN State Cup Diamond 2 Division Winners.
Congratulations to the SCA 03GN Black and coach Jordan for earning the U11 Girls NorCal State Cup Championship in the Diamond 2 Division on January 26, in Turlock Ca. From the Quarter Finals to the Champion ship match the girls displayed tremendous team work and resolve to bring the State Cup home. Well done Monica Alvarado, Sophia Anderson, Taylor Brogden, Bailey Campanella, Isabela Chavez, Sara Norris, Avery Pittman, Sydney Tyler, Jordyn Van Camp and Arianna Wick.
Tee Mateo and Mariah Meuse (95 Girls) play midfield for Belmont Abbey College.
2013 College News!
It is the goal of SCA to prepare every player to compete at the college level. SCA is proud of the fact that many of our players move on to play soccer at colleges all over the country including University of Portland,UC Santa Cruz, Cal State Monterey Bay, Belmont Abbey College, UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara, St. Mary’s College, Humboldt State University, Southern Oregon, Willamette University, Loyola Marymount, Lamar University, Notre Dame de Namur, Santa Rosa Junior College, and UC Davis. Here is some news from the 2013 college season...
SCA 99 girls team defeated Black Diamond G98 from Utah by a score of 3-0. The team lost their 2nd game 4-2 to South Valley-Carter from Southern California. The following day, SCA tied Select Cities Avalanche from Southern California 0-0. On Sunday SCA came out shooting and beat Pateadores-RSM from Southern California 6-0. For the full article click here.
SCA U9G Award Ceremony
2013 BooFest Gold Division Medalists
SCA U9G Gold Division 3rd Place Finish.
The U9 girls started the tournament with a well played 1-1 tie against the 04G Clovis Crossfire Elite. SCA's defense then pitched 2 consecutive shutouts beating 05 San Juan Spirits 1-0, and the 04G Folsom Firepower 1-0. The girls missed out on the championship game by one point, and went on to win the bronze medal defeating U9 Mill Valley Rockers 3-1.
Coach Jordan Anderson with SCA 03 Girls North
SCA 03 Girls North Black off to a searing start winning two back to back tournaments!
Champions at SSU Puma Seawolf Six-a-Side Cup and Champions at the Novato Classic. The SCA 03 Girls North took first place at the SSU Six-a-Side tournament on July 21st and then a few weeks later became the Novato Classic Champions. This is the beginning of a great season for Coach Jordan Anderson and his team: Monica Alvarado, Sophia Andersen, Taylor Brogden, Bailey Campanella, Isabela Chavez, Sara Norris, Ari Picano, Sydney Tyler, and Jordyn VanCamp. Congratulations! For details about the two tournaments click here!
SCA 97 Girls Norcal State Cup Champions 2nd Year in a Row!
The SCA 97 Girls defeated the Stockton Storm 3-0 on May 6 to become the U15 Norcal State Cup Champions. This is the second year in a row that SCA has captured the State Cup title. They previously beat Juventus Sports Club 3-1 in the semifinals and ACC Mavericks 2-1 in the quarterfinals. Congratulations to Coach Chris Ziemer and the team: Maleni Avalos, Rebecca Dodelle, Shelby Evenich, Delaney Frye, Grace Forsell, Monica Furne, Shorty Gonzalez, Gabbi Lemos, Jamie Lynn, Danielle Nunn, Sierra Overton, Cami Rencken, Mckenzie Maher, Morgan Umphreys, and Jillian Van Riper.
SCA 97 Girls Regional Academy League Champions!
The SCA 97 girls took first place in the Regional Academy League this Spring beating out SRU Blizzard, Placer United, Marin FC, West Coast FC, and Davis Legacy for the title. Congratulations to coach Chris Ziemer and to the team: Maleni Avalos, Rebecca Dodelle, Shelby Evenich, Delaney Frye, Grace Forsell, Monica Furne, Shorty Gonzalez, Gabbi Lemos, Jamie Lynn, Danielle Nunn, Sierra Overton, Cami Rencken, Mckenzie Maher, Morgan Umphreys, Jillian VanRiper and Bianca Vega. SCA is currently ranked 3rd in Northern California and is looking forward to another stellar season for 2012-2013!
SCA 97 Girls Surf Cup Finalists!
The SCA 97 Girls went 3-2 at the prestigious Surf Cup in San Diego on Thanksgiving weekend. Playing with the best of the best, the girls proved themselves to be truly deserving of their number 1 ranking in Northern California. SCA defeated San Diego Surf Premier 2-1, Manitoba 1-0 and Fusion Elite Blue (FL) 2-1. Their only defeat was to a strong Heat FC team from Nevada 3-1. They met up with the Heat again in the finals to lose by a close 1-0 to take 2nd place in Surf Cup U16. Read More...