After a thrilling 2-0 victory against Southwestern College, we caught up with head coach Todd Curran after the game.
With this victory, the women advance to play against Santa Barbara City College on Saturday.
The 2018 San Diego Mesa women’s soccer team didn’t finish the regular season the way they had hoped.
The Olympians finished with a 10-4-5 overall record and failed to receive an automatic berth into the Southern California Regional Playoffs.
Over the last two decades, Todd Curran has had many memorable moments as the women’s soccer coach for San Diego Mesa College. One memory he recalls was the first game he coached dressed in a tie, slacks, and leather shoes. “I wanted to look professional, so I decided to wear my best outfit. We lost that game and we finished the season under .500. It was a subpar season and I soon realized that without the chance to recruit that first season, getting quality student
The Mesa College women's soccer team opened up the schedule with a 2-2- tie against Orange Coast College at the BK Classic.
?We came out strong at the start of the game, but we just could not convert,? states head coach Todd Curran. ?We also had some several shaky moments in the first half, but goalkeeper Lillian Hill and our defense was outstanding.?
SAN DIEGO, CA – The Mesa women’s soccer team travelled to Point Loma Nazarene College on Wednesday evening to play its first and only scrimmage of the year. Todd Curran, who is serving his 21st year as the head coach of the women’s program says,
The 2018 women's soccer season is about to begin and both the defending champions from the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference have been picked to repeat. The sports information directors in the conference chose San Bernardino Valley College to defend the north and San Diego Mesa College to repeat in the south.
“We are very proud to have Natasha playing Division I soccer against some of the best teams in the country,” states head coach Todd Curran. “I am sure she will continue to grow and her confidence will increase with every game. We are looking forward to hearing about her future successes at Idaho St. University.”
Alyssa was a stalwart on defense, starting every game for the Olympians in her two years as our center back. Alyssa helped guide the Olympians to back to back conference championships and berths in the Southern California Regional Playoffs each season.