The UC Davis Men’s Soccer team has made a habit of scoring quick goals this season, and none have come faster than RSF Attack & Saints Alum Jake Haupt. Jake worked hard during the pre-season and earned the starting right-back position as a freshman, helping anchor the Aggies’ stingy back line. On Sept 3 vs
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Colie Martin, RSF Attack and La Costa Canyon alumni, has been named the Pac West Defender of the Week. Martin helped Biola record a pair of shutout victories in the defensive third as the Eagles improved to 4-2-1 in conference play. Martin also assisted a goal and scored the game-winner against Chaminade. Congrats Colie, and
Congratulations to RSF Attack & San Dieguito Academy 2017 alum Jon Sabouri. “Jonny” scored his first goal for UCSD on the night of Friday September 29, 2017 against #17 Cal Poly Pomona to tie the game 1-1 and send the contest to overtime. During the first golden-goal overtime period, he smashed home the winning goal,
Congratulations to RSF Attack Soccer alum Luke Hazel! Luke came off the bench for the UC Davis Aggies and scored his first college coach against NCAA Division 1 Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas. Check out the story HERE.
Three players from the RSF Attack B98 team have been honored by the High School Sports Association of San Diego, honoring Scholar Athletes of the year for local high schools. Chris DePetro of Canyon Crest Academy (signed to Colgate University), Jake Haupt of Saint Augustine (signed to UC Davis), and Jon Sabouri of San Deiguito Academy (signed
During the winter high school sports seasons, RSF Attack players not only helped their teams win multiple CIF titles; they also excelled in the classroom. Forty-six Attack players were recently named to the San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic teams for Girls and Boys Soccer: Girls 97 Kathleen Thorpe Boyle, Sr., 3.55, OUR LADY OF PEACE Makena
In San Diego and Southern California, high school soccer is highly competitive, with many teams ranking in the top 10 in the state and country. Competitive club teams who do not field USSDA teams here in San Diego release their players during the winter sports season to play high school soccer, where they build their