LADIES SUFFER FIRST LOSS OF THE SEASON (9/22/14) The Lady Panthers who have had a tremendous start of the 2014 season came up short against western rival, Mt SAC 1-0. Priscilla Suarez defended the goal with 6 saves, giving up one. The ladies look to rebound against Taft on Tuesday. Taft is 6-1-1 with their sole loss to Santa Barbara who the Panthers defeated at home on 9/5.
LADIES SHUTOUT GROSSMONT AT HOME (9/17/14) Despite the frueling heat, the Lady Panthers pulled out their fifth win this season with a shutout of Grossmont 5-0. Belle Rightmer was on fire, scoring three times for the team. Deja Theragood and Jessica Ortega added one each. Priscilla Suarez and Kenya Grnade shared the box and had 1 save each. The ladies host Mt SAC Friday afternoon.
LADIES RANKED IN TOP 10 NATIONALLY (9/16/14)
In today''s National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll, the Lady Panthers entered the national Top 10 with a #9 showing.
PANTHERS TIE GOLDEN WEST ON THE ROAD (9/15/14) The Lady Panthers took their game on the road Friday afternoon, tying the Golden West Rustlers 1-1. Belle Rightmer scored the sole goal for the Chaffey squad. Priscilla Suarez defended the box for the entire game, giving up one goal and earning 3 saves. The team hosts Grossmont tomorrow afternoon.
PANTHERS SHUT OUT OCC ON THE ROAD (9/9/14) The ladies continue their strong 2014 opening with a 3-0 shutout of the Orange Coast Pirates yesterday afternoon. Sarah Bradley, Kindal Cubak, and Jenna Lagana all scored for the squad, bringing home the team's third shutout this season. Priscilla Suarez held the Pirates scoreless with 6 saves. The ladies travel to Golden West Friday for a 3pm match. The Rustlers are 1-1 but have not competed since August 29th when they edged out Santa Monica by 1.
LADIES RANKED #11 NATIONALLY (9/9/14) In today''s National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll, the Lady Panthers were ranked #11 nationally.
LADIES ROLL OVER SANTA BARBARA FOR THIRD STRAIGHT WIN (9/8/14)
The ladies continued their strong 2014 start with a 3-1 home win over Santa Barbara. Kindal Cubak, Belle Rightmer, and Meranda Salazar each scored for the Panthers. Priscilla Suarez had 6 saves and held the visiting Vaqueros to 1 goal. The team plays tomorrow at Orange Coast.
PANTHERS RACK UP SECOND SHUTOUT AGAINST AVC (9/4/14) The ladies faced off against former Foothill foe, Antelope Valley College yesterday sending the Marauders home with a 4-0 shutout. Sophomore returner Meranda Salazar pulled off two goals. Kindal Cubak and Heather Melgar added one each. The box was split with Priscilla Suarez and Kenya Grande each earning 1 save with 0 goals against. The ladies host Santa Barbara Friday at 2.
LADY PANTHERS SHUT OUT EL CAMINO IN HOME OPENER (8/28/14) The ladies hosted El Camino yesterday afternoon in the 2014 season opener, defeating the Warriors 2-0. Clarissa Guerrero and Kindal Cubak scored for the Panthers - who dominated the field throughout both halves. Priscilla Suarez defended the goal with 1 save. The team hosts Antelope Valley next Wednesday, September 3rd at 2pm.
FIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES TRANSFERRING TO FOUR-YEAR SCHOOLS
Women's Soccer is proud to announce the transfer of five outstanding student-athletes. For the complete list of 2013 transfers visit Alumni Athletes.
2014 SCHEDULE NOW AVAILABLE (6/10/14)
The 2014 Women's Soccer schedule is now available online.
JIMENEZ NAMED SCHOLAR ATHLETE (2/10/14) Congratulations to Sarah Jimenez who has been recognized as a 2013-14 CCCSCA Scholar Athlete (3.30+ GPA with at least 24 units).
FINAL NATIONAL POLL - LADIES RANKED #9 (12/13/13) In the final National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Junior College Division 3 National poll, the Chaffey Panthers came in at #9 - the sixth highest ranking California program. The Lady Panthers also finished the season #10 in the state and #5 in SoCA. GO PANTHERS!
FOUR PANTHERS INVITED TO BRINE SOPHOMORE SHOWCASE (12/10/13) Four Lady Panthers were invited to the prestigous BRINE Sophomnore Showcase held at Cosumnes River College (Sacramento). Pictured: Krystal Urrea, Brooke Williams and Kelsea Varner. Jackeline Lopez was invited but did not attend. The ladies had the opportunity to show their skills in front of top university coahes from programs throughout the US.