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Thanks for your interest in the Cochise College women’s soccer program. Make sure to check out the information below. Athletes who want to know more about joining the team should fill out this inquiry form.

STUDENT-ATHLETE ACTIVITIES

The soccer team likes to spend time together outside of practice. We always have a Christmas party at the end of the fall semester and an end-of-the year party in the spring. Pictured are the members of the team along with their gifts after their White Elephant party.
The soccer team likes to spend time together outside of practice. We always have a Christmas party at the end of the fall semester and an end-of-the year party in the spring. Pictured are the members of the team along with their gifts after their White Elephant party.

 

We believe the stronger the team is off the field, the stronger the team will be on the field. We dedicate time once a week to take part in team bonding: have some fun together and forget about the responsibilities of being a student athlete. We really look forward to the upcoming season and the great team effort and unity we will have. Pictured is the team on
We believe the stronger the team is off the field, the stronger the team will be on the field. We dedicate time once a week to take part in team bonding: have some fun together and forget about the responsibilities of being a student-athlete. We really look forward to the upcoming season and the great team effort and unity we will have. Pictured is the team on “Jersey Day.”
Every year, the soccer program takes a preseason trip to Southern California. While there, we watch two matches between top competitors in California, hit the outlets, soak up some sun and spend time with family. Watching professional soccer games exposes athletes to and helps them learn from a higher level of play. In 2012, the team traveled to Glendale for a U.S. Women's National Team game against Ireland. Apaches saw U.S. favorites Hope Solo, Abby Wambach and Alex Morgan. The U.S. beat Ireland 2-0.
Every year, the soccer program takes a preseason trip to Southern California. While there, we watch two matches between top competitors in California, hit the outlets, soak up some sun and spend time with family. Watching professional soccer games exposes athletes to and helps them learn from a higher level of play. In 2012, the team traveled to Glendale for a U.S. Women’s National Team game against Ireland. Apaches saw U.S. favorites Hope Solo, Abby Wambach and Alex Morgan. The U.S. beat Ireland 2-0.
Members of the soccer team are all part of an on-campus group called ‘Club Kick It.’ Club Kick It focuses on volunteering with the Cochise County youth. Club Kick It promotes college awareness, encouraging health through exercise, and hard work in the classroom. We want to be role models to everyone we work with, and take time out to share how important and special our community’s youth are. The soccer team has spent time with a number of school-aged children this year, both during the fall soccer season and after games concluded. The Apaches have traveled to Sarah Marley Elementary School in Douglas, to Bisbee's Warren Park to visit youth soccer players, and to Joe Carlson Elementary School in Douglas to read in the classroom for an hour then play outside with students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Members of the soccer team are all part of an on-campus group called ‘Club Kick It.’ Club Kick It focuses on volunteering with the Cochise County youth. Club Kick It promotes college awareness, encouraging health through exercise, and hard work in the classroom. We want to be role models to everyone we work with, and take time out to share how important and special our community’s youth are. The soccer team has spent time with a number of school-aged children this year, both during the fall soccer season and after games concluded. The Apaches have traveled to Sarah Marley Elementary School in Douglas, to Bisbee’s Warren Park to visit youth soccer players, and to Joe Carlson Elementary School in Douglas to read in the classroom for an hour then play outside with students in kindergarten through fifth grade.