Advancing to the ECNL National Playoffs after a season that began in September 2016, rising sophomores Ryan Campbell and Rachel Bastone are ECNL U15 National Champions.
Recent graduate Samantha Hobert and rising junior Isabella D'Aquila have been selected by the National Soccer Coaches Association of American to be a part of the 2017 NSCAA High School Girls All-America Team. A total of just 50 players receive NSCAA All-American recognition.
Today's edition of OC Catholic profiles goal-scoring forward and rising sophomore Samantha Williams. Reporter Jenelyn Russo writes about Williams' character on and off the field as well as how her faith plays a part in her aspirations to play Division I soccer.
OC Catholic has recognized winter season athletes who gave noteworthy performances — two of whom are JSerra's very own senior Boys Basketball player Sebastian Much and sophomore Girls Soccer player Isabella D'Aquila.
Congratulations to Isabella D'Aquila, who was named OC Register's Girls Soccer Player of the Year! Read Register reporter Zach Cavanagh's article as he explains why this sophomore superstar is a force to be reckoned with....
Under the lights of their home field Saturday night, the JSerra Girls Soccer team clinched the CIF Southern Regional State Championship. The game was a hard-fought battle between two teams that had never been in this position before. . . .
The JSerra Girl's 2017 Soccer Season will come to an end this Saturday, March 11. Having made a brilliant run through CIF sectionals, the Lady Lions played five games in two weeks to come away with JSerra's first Division 1 CIF Championship in Girl's Soccer!
Isabella D'Aquila scored a goal in the semifinals, in the final and in championship shootout as JSerra won its first CIF-SS title. The sophomore leads the county with 30 goals.
Excitement and nerves were palpable as the whistle blew and Mater Dei kicked off the ball to begin the CIF Division 1 Girl's Soccer Final last Saturday. As in their previous two meetings with Mater Dei, the tempo of the game was fast and physical . . .
As the clock ticked down to the final two-minute warning Tuesday night, the stands on the visitor side at Huntington Beach High School were filled with an electric excitement knowing the JSerra Girls Soccer team punched their ticket to the Division 1 CIF Final.
Despite the toughest match of the season last Friday night against Los Alamitos, Girls Soccer came out on top 2-1. The Lady Lions continue to make history on their way to the CIF Semi Final game this Tuesday 2/28 against the Huntington Beach Oilers.
JSerra Girls Soccer advances to the Quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division 1 Playoffs this Friday against Los Alamitos. The Lady Lions have made school history by winning the Trinity League Title for the first time this year.
JSerra Girls Varsity Soccer made school history last night by becoming Trinity League Champions for the first time. With Mater Dei and Santa Margarita historically being two of the top teams in the country, clinching a Trinity League Championship was no easy task. Senior Samantha Hobert told OC Varsity, "We've been playing since freshman year together. We've been waiting four years for this moment, and it's finally here."
JSerra Catholic High School announced today that Christopher Ledyard will become the new full-time athletic director, starting October 3, 2016. Joining JSerra from Wintersville, Ohio, Ledyard has spent more than twenty years at the helm of the athletic program at Franciscan University in Steubenville.
Isabella D'Aquila is a freshman on the JSerra soccer team, but age shows to be but a number. OC Register writes on her past experience with the sport.
Freshman Taylor Gosselin leads the way in her first high school game.