Anticipating a great season for Coyote women’s soccer

7395552973955529By Lauren Jennings |Staff Writer|

The Fall quarter may be several months away, but tryouts for Fall 2015 Coyote Futbol Club Women’s Soccer team have already begun.

Just $10 and some experience gave students the opportunity to tryout, showing dedication and the ability to work hard allowing players a chance to make the team.

“Sport club teams are designed for amateur athletes who enjoy fun, excitement, and intercollegiate competition,” stated the Student Recreation and Fitness Center (Rec Center) website.

The team is a part of the West Coast Soccer Association (WCSA), which features both men and women teams.

The WCSA is a club level organization that defines themselves as a “competitive, but more relaxed environment than the NCAA,” as stated on their website.

The women’s team is prepped to play other club teams from schools such as UCLA, USC, and UC San Diego.

Some past teams CSUSB played include UC Riverside, CSU Fullerton and CSU Northridge.

Anywhere from 19 to 25 women make up the roster depending on the season.

The team plays both at home and travels to other schools to compete, playing about six games per season.

Other CSUSB competitive club teams include men’s soccer, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Club, women’s and men’s volleyball and women’s water polo.

In addition to club teams CSUSB also offers recreational sports clubs. Choices include running, badminton, tennis and table tennis.

Club teams are open to all current students who have a membership with the Rec Center.

Information regarding the club teams can be found online at or on campus at the Rec Center.

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