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June 16, 2019

West Coast Soccer Hosts College Showcase

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Posted: Thursday, June 6, 2019 12:00 am

This year the games were held at the new Legacy Fields Sports Complex in Tracy, Calif. The Cup was designed to be a college showcase which is different from a normal tournament format. The showcase format gives all recruitable-age teams the opportunity to play four complete games so that college coaches can plan the games they want to attend and see the players they are interested in, and the winner is crowned by the team with the most points after the four games.

The showcase format allows the college coaches an opportunity to see players in a set time and location for multiple games which helps them get a solid evaluation of their talent. West Coast Soccer entered six teams in age groups U14-U18 with a final record of 18 wins, 2 ties and 3 losses, scoring 65 goals while only allowing 16 goals against. West Coast teams dominated the showcase age groups; Warriors 02, Kaos 03, Wicked 04, & Wildkatz 05 all went undefeated. The newly created Krush combo 04/05 birth year team coached by Adaurie Dayak, former West Coast alumni did extremely well in their first showcase.

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