Congratulations are in order for our ninth graders who recently finished the High School Season!
All five girls proved to be key players for their schools!!!
Natalie – MVP –MVHS –Frosh/Soph
Hannah – Offensive Player of the year – MVHS – Frosh/Soph
Jessica – Starter – MVHS – Junior Varsity
Kenzie – MVP – Tesoro – Frosh/Soph
Kaylie – MVP – Trabuco – Frosh/Soph
2013 Mini Kicks wrapped up the Winter Session last week.
Here are the future stars with Coach Marco!
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Congratulations on a successful first year in club soccer!
MVSC Teams come out in support of one of their teams!
Mission Viejo SC's Billy McNicol cracked the Top 10 of OC's 50 Most Influential Soccer People.
McNicol is an Orange County soccer legend. He's taken his years of soccer knowledge from the fields of the fabled Glasgow Rangers (who signed him out of high school) to the fields of OC. And many have benefited. The fully-credentialed coach (from USSF, NSCAA and A.C.E.P.) has seen it all through 25-some-years of coaching. His accomplishments include being a member of U.S. Soccer's U.S. Coaching Staff and being a technical director for three different State Youth Associations (Cal South, Utah and Montanta).
When is playing career ended, McNicol coached in Utah. He sent five boys' high school teams to the State Championship podium in six years and followed up with eight straight State Championships with prep girls' teams. He spent nine years as the Region IV ODP Boys' head coach and trained players that would go on to huge careers (including Eric Wynalda, Cobi Jones and Joe-Max Moore). Professionally, he's coached on the L.A. Galaxy staff and helped form the Utah Blitzz of the Untied Soccer League.
In 1996 he took over the U.S. U-16 National team (helping to foster the growth of players such as Landon Donovan) and in 1999 Mission Viejo SC scored McNicol's servies as program director, helping to bring the South County club to power