La Sierra Girls Varsity Soccer

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Welcome to La Sierra High School Girls Soccer website. I want to thank you for taking interest in joining the La Sierra High School team. My name is Roberto Rodriguez, head coach for the girls’ soccer team. Here we strive to focus on the whole student: academics, character, and athlete. As a team, we hold each other accountable and to a very high standard on and off the field because we are representing our community. We understand that we need each other to be successful therefore we strive to make sure our girls/teammates are eligible not only during season but all year-round academically. Not making grades not only impacts that one player but it affects the whole team. As a team we represent La Sierra with our best efforts in the classroom academically and hard work and dedication on the field. 


As a program we offer two levels of competition, consisting both Varsity and Junior Varsity. While it’s our desire to have both programs competitive always, the ultimate goal at the Junior Varsity squad is to give girls an opportunity to learn the game, playing time, and developing players that will one day participate at the varsity level.  


Our Varsity program competes in the River Valley league in the CIF Southern Section. The girls look to improve their skills this upcoming year after graduating many athletes this past year. Young and talented athletes will be returning back this year. 


Are you ready for the challenge and help take this team to the next level?  If you are ready to accept the challenges and want to be part of our program as a player, we welcome you to La Sierra Girls Soccer Program! If you have any questions feel free to contact me with your questions. GO EAGLES!



Coach Rodriguez


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