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Picture @ Golden West 2015.JPGOctober 06, 2015

​​Hawks Strike Late​

A Jade Anderson shot 8 minutes from time separated the two-teams on a hard and fast field in Huntington Beach. A resilient Rustlers back-line ultimately succumbed to a long range drive beyond the reach of the Golden West keeper to give the Hawks a 1-0 win.

The visiting Hawks had started brightly and Alyssa Regalado and Krista Talamo both went close in the opening minutes. SCC dominated for long periods in the half but couldn't break through and the teams went in to the break scoreless.

SCC upped the tempo in the second-half, and a great move down the right involving America Quintana and Lauren Sabella ended in a goal-mouth scramble that Golden West managed to hook clear. With the clock winding down, Anderson struck the all-decisive goal on a feed from Sommer Dey. Defensively, SCC rarely looked threatened with Casey Pulido collecting the shut-out as the Hawks closed out the game comfortably.

SCC play next on Friday, October 9th at 3pm at Saddleback College. Thanks to all the travelling Hawks fans who came out to cheer on the team today​.

October 02, 2015

​Hawks 4 Mustangs 0

​​The Hawks dominated from the very start against a hard-working Norco College team. Brooke Mays opened the scoring after a great run and cross by Krista Talamo. Kristel Martinez then fired the Hawks further in to the lead with a powerful strike from the top of the box. Alondra Guzman was unlucky to hit the cross-bar with a shot from distance and SCC went in to the break 2-0 up.

In the second period, Paige Railey was the next on the score-sheet, converting a corner from Renee DeLaTorre. Krista Talamo hit the bar with a fierce shot. Mays saw the ball rebound off the upright after Karinna Gomez had been upended on a mazy run in the penalty area.  Minutes later DeLaTorre sealed the outcome with the fourth goal after the ball broke to the edge of the area following a brave challenge from Guzman. That was the way the score stayed with Keepers Ty Juarez, Casey Pulido, and Abby Gnewuch collecting the shut-out.

The Hawks play next on Tuesday, October 6th at 3pm at Golden West College. Thanks to all the Hawks fans who took the time to attend the game today.​

September 29​, 2015

​Santiago Canyon 3 Fullerton 1​​

​​Six changes to the Hawks starting line-up disrupted the team rhythm as the visiting Fullerton Hornets put up a firm resistance in the early-going. Karinna Gomez forced a good save and Alyssa Regalado shot over from 12 yards but i​t wasn't until the stroke of half-time that the Hawks broke the deadlock. Lauren Sabella opened her goal-scoring account with a simple finish after the ball had been slipped across the face of the goal by Brooke Mays.

Santiago Canyon could only improve on a lack-luster first-half display, but despite renewed energy, five minutes in to the second period Fullerton equalized with a great strike from distance, . The Hawks  response was almost instantaneous and Jade Anderson fed Mays who lifted the ball over the keeper to put the Hawks 2-1 up. Regalado stretched the lead minutes later with an instinctive volley from a good cross by Yazmeen Flores. Krista Talamo was unfortunate not to add a fourth when denied by a fine stop by the Hornet keeper. Then Regalado blazed over with just the keeper to beat. SCC saw out the rest of the contest to improve their overall record to 8-0-1.

The Hawks play next at home to Norco College on Friday, October 2nd at 3pm. Thanks to all those who came out to cheer the team on today.

September 25​, 2015

​Quickfire Hawks

Santiago Canyon continue to improve their early season form with a convincing 3-1 away win at Cypress. Alondra Guzman opened the scoring with a fine drive across the keeper in to the far corner, and the Hawks were a goal up with in the first two minutes. Minutes later Renee DeLaTorre set Kylie Klein free and she lifted the ball over the advancing Keeper. On 20 minutes Brooke Mays stretched the backline and fed Klein who powered home the third. Klein could have grabbed her third with a far post header and Mays too came close with the Charger Keeper saving well at her feet. Cypress pulled a goal back with a shot from the top of the box that edged inside the near-post, and the Hawks went in to the break with a 3-1 lead.

The Hawks looked solid defensively in the second period with Casey Pulido not having to make a save. Klein had a shot turned away when through on the keeper and Guzman fired over when well-placed, but there was to be no change to the score line​.

The Hawks play next at home to Fullerton College on Tuesday, September 29th at 3pm. Thanks to all those who came out to support the team today.

​September 22​​, 2015

​Home Win​

The Hawks continue to move forward with a convincing 3-0 win over the visiting Pirates. After 15 minutes, Brooke Mays opened the scoring following in on her own shot after ​Alyssa Regalado had slipped the ball behind the Coast back-line.  On the half-hour mark, Regalado broke through the Pirates defense after receiving a pass from Lauren Sabella and slotted the ball past the advancing keeper to put SCC two goals up.

The third and final goal came straight from the half-time restart with the Hawks winning possession and sweeping forward. Alondra Guzman completed a good passing move from the Hawks, poking the ball beyond the Coast Keeper with Mays collecting the assist.  Casey Pulido collected the shut-out in goal, making two saves as the Hawks backline were rarely threatened.

The Hawks play next on Friday, September 25th at Cypress College. Kick-off is at 3pm. Thanks to all those who came out to cheer on the Hawks today.​

September 18, 2015

Hawks Down Dons​

On the weekend of Santa Ana College's 100 year anniversary party, it was their sister college, Santiago Canyon who were celebrating on the soccer field. Another solid road performance from the Hawks resulted in a 7 goal victory, with keepers Ty Juarez and Casey Pulido sharing the shut-out.

In the opening half, the third goal was the highlight with some neat combination play by Jade Anderson and Brooke Mays opening up the SAC backline, for Mays to complete her second hat-trick in the last three games.

A left-footed strike by Krista Talamo opened the second-half scoring. Kylie Klein then got in on the act for the fifth​. Alondra Guzman scored from an Alyssa Regalado corner before Renee DeLaTorre grabbed the seventh goal as time ticked down.

Up next for the Hawks is Orange Coast who visit on Tuesday, September 22nd. Kick-off is 3pm. Thanks to all the Hawks supporters who were in attendance today.​

September 15​​, 2015

Five Star Hawks​​​​

Four second-half goals distanced the Hawks from a well-organized Irvine Lasers team in a game that SCC should have had wrapped up by half-time.

It was Brooke Mays who opened the scoring, latching on to a well-waited through ball by  Amber Stevens and rounding the keeper. Krista Talamo, Kylie Klein and Danielle Snook all went close, but the Hawks went in to the break leading one goal to zero.

Within five minutes of the restart, the Hawks were 3 goals up. Mays twice found space down the left, first finding Klein who slotted home comfortably, and then Alyssa Regalado who side-footed beyond the Lasers keeper.

Talamo grabbed the fourth with a powerful right-footed drive. Paige Railey set up Alondra Guzman to complete the scoring. Ty Juarez and Casey Pulido shared the shut-out.

Thanks go out to all the Hawks fans who travelled to today's game. SCC are next in action at Santa Ana College on Friday, September 18th. An entrance fee is charged for the game which kicks off at 3 pm.​

September 9, 2015

Hawks 7, Pirat​es 1

The Hawks bounced back from the disappointment of Saturdays 1- 1 tie with a convincing win against a hard-working Ventura Pirates team. The game was delayed for over an hour due to lightning and thunder storms in the area. By the time the game kicked-off the rain clouds had passed, but two knee injuries tainted the opening period of the game in what was a full-blooded contest.​

Brooke Mays powered home the opening goal around the 20 minute mark and then turned provider for Paige Railey to rise and head the Hawks further in to the lead. Ventura pulled a goal-back, but almost immediately Renee DeLaTorre was upended in the box and Mays sent the Hawks in to the break with a 3- 1 lead.

Santiago Canyon looked far more assured in the second period. Mid-way through the half the Hawks sealed the contest. Jade Anderson was the provider on three separate occasions in eight minutes with Mays adding her 3rd and 4th goals and Kylie Klein rounding the keeper to put SCC 6- 1 up. Alondra Guzman rounded out the scoring with a clever finish from distance.

Thanks go out to the many Hawks supporters who stuck around today despite the uncertainty the game would go ahead. Santiago Canyon play next on Tuesday, September 15th at 3pm at Irvine Valley College in the opening round of the Orange Empire Conference.

September 5, 2015

Hawks 1 Wolverines 1

In an intriguing battle between two strong community college teams, honors were even as neither team could find a second goal to claim the win. It started brightly for the Hawks in the seventh minute when a Jameelah Powell cross behind the San Bernardino Valley backline was inadvertently turned in by a Wolverine to put the Hawks a goal up. Some poor defending allowed the Wolverines back in to the contest ten minutes later but the Hawks continued to look the dangerous in front of goal. Alyssa Regalado went close after good work from Kylie Klein and Abbi Swanson had a goal disallowed after Brooke Mays stole in down the flank. Neither team could find the breakthrough and so both teams looked for inspiration at the break.

The second-half started similarly with the Hawks looking for the decisive goal. Karina Gomez came close and then Regalado turned provider for Krista Talamo who was unable to convert as both teams had to settle for the tie.

The Hawks play next at home to Ventura College on Wednesday, September 9th. Kick-off is at 4pm. Thanks to all the local teams and families who came out to enjoy our Annual Community Night. We hope you enjoyed the occasion and thank you for your support.

SCC Women's Soccer Community Soccer Night

Saturday, September 5th, 6:30pm

Santiago Canyon College Women's Soccer Annual Community Night is this coming Saturday, September 5th at 6.30pm on campus. If you have a daughter or niece, or friends across the street who have girls who play soccer, or simply you've still got 'Women's World Cup Fever', this is an opportunity to come and support the Hawks team and watch some college soccer.

Young soccer players dressed in uniform will get to meet and warm down with the team after the game. Hot dogs and nacho's will be available. There is no charge for entry or parking during regular season games. 

We hope to see you there.

September 1, 2015

Hawks Win at Mt SAC

Two goals in the opening twenty minutes of play were enough to see the Hawks to a comfortable win against a hard-working Mount San Antonio College team. Alyssa Regalado opened the scoring after good combination play between Kylie Klein and Brooke Mays allowed her to side-foot the ball past the advancing keeper to put the Hawks on their way. Just 5 minutes later Klein unleashed a dipping swerving half-volley across the keeper and in to the far corner. The Hawks never looked back. SCC keeper Casey Pulido turned a shot wide from distance on the half-hour mark. Klein shot wide when well placed and the Hawks went in to the break 2 goals up.

The second period was a more open game as the Mounties tried to respond and the Hawks pushed for the third goal. Mays and Krista Talamo went close for the Hawks. Pulido wasn't troubled further as the Hawks back-line held strong.

Next up for the Hawks is San Bernardino Valley College on Saturday, September 5th at 6.30pm. Thanks to all the Hawks fans who came out to cheer on the team today.


​​August 27, 2015

Huskies 0 Hawks 7

The 2015 season began with a comfortable win for the Hawks on the road against a resilient East LA College team. Freshmen Abbi Swanson, Krista Talamo and Karinna Gomez all opened their goal-scoring accounts for Santiago Canyon. But it was sophomores Kylie Klein and Brooke Ma​ys who set SCC on their way. The opening two goals came with in the space of a minute around the ten minute mark. Klein dispossessed the full-back before rolling a ball to Mays, who slotted the ball past the advancing keeper. Seconds later the Hawks were two goals up as Mays rounded the keeper after latching on to a through-ball from Alondra Guzman. Mays sealed her hat-trick, cutting inside from the left flank for the third. On the stroke of half-time, Abbi Swanson crashed home the fourth after some good play down the right by Klein and America Quintana to effectively seal the win.​

The Hawks began the second period in much the same manner. Klein scored the fifth and then Mays set up center-forward Talamo following a good ball in behind the Huskies back line by Jade Anderson. Gomez then rounded out the scoring with a looping header over the keeper. Casey Pulido and Ty Juarez shared the shut-out in goal.

The Hawks now look to next Tuesday's contest at Mt SAC. Thank you to all the Hawks followers who came out to cheer the team on today.

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March 20, 2015

Alumni Hawks Swoop In

In our first alumni game in the 15 year history of Santiago Canyon College Women's Soccer, over 40 former Hawks from seasons past, returned to take on the current team in an entertaining game between two talented squads in front of a large crowd. It was great to see so many players, coaches and families return. For some the field was in a different location. For many, the campus was barely recognizable from when they attended SCC. But for all, it was good to reunite, see some new faces and get reacquainted with some team-mates from years past.

 The Women's Soccer staff would like to thank the alumni student-athlete soccer community for their individual and collective contributions to the success of SCC Women's Soccer program specifically.  It would also like to thank them for helping build the profile of the college in the local community and across the State/Nation.​

The list of accomplishments for the program is something that all team-mates can be proud of, from our inaugural season in 2000 to our currents squads 2014 21-1-3 record, 11th consecutive Orange Empire Conference Championship, and our 7th State-Final appearance in the last 9 years. Of course, the 2006 and 2009 squads distinguish themselves with their respective State and National titles but the college can also proudly boast the teams academic achievements. The SCC squad has won the State Academic title 4 times in the last 8 years and 94% of the outgoing sophomores in the last 3 cycles have transferred to university, with 9 players last year moving on to play.

Such figures are a testament to the support of the college community, including faculty, classified staff, and administration and also our community college district. The respective Athletic Directors over this period also deserve recognition for helping the program and it's student-athletes to flourish. A substantial part of the credit should go to the coaches and athletic trainer that work so closely with the team. But the real credit goes to the players, who embrace a life of personal responsibility and accountability, and go on to achieve great things.

Below follows a list of former student-athletes listed in order by year and by maiden name, if now married. If you are reading this as a former player and want to be included in future events please email Ian at

A sincere thank you to all those who came back last night. #Hawk4Life.

2000 Ambar Padilla, 03/04 Lauren Loe, Dani Nyssen, Stephanie Lambkin, 03/05 Parker Alch, 04 Kristin Lucas, 04/05 Katy Carter, Darlene Sasso, 05/06 Shannon Peck, Megan Tharp 05/08 Jenna Scarborough, 06/07 Stephanie Cottam, Jen Faith, Alyssa Matheson, Kaitlin Thulin, 06/09 Leslie Bryant, 07/08 Caroline Hanna, 08/09 Michelle Carels, Sara Foley, Evelyn Gomez, Jocko Hanna, Amanda Hardeman, Casey Herman, Kristen Prindible, Annie Schlimmer (current Hawks coach), Jacqueline Turner, 09/10 Erin Farber, 10 Dyanne Anderson, 10/11 Valerie Barrios, Janelle Hanna, 11/12 Nicole Daniels, Bianca Frontino, Jak Palacios, Rebecca Ross, Amanda Scheatzle, Dena Wasielewski, 12 Diane Miranda, 12/13 Reanne Macon, 13 Crystal Allen, Jenny Konishi. Former Coaches/Administrators Ed Kephart, Larry Mercadante, Kelly Wherry.