Amy Mantell, a GU-11 player last year, had two strokes over the winter holidays and was in a coma for several weeks. But when she awoke, the crisis was not over ... it was clear that this was only the beginning of a long road for Amy and her family. With bills mounting and mom Leilani having to quit work to care for Amy, the family needs whatever assistance you can provide.
South Bay Force Technical Director Todd Saldaña today announced the appointment of Michael Quigley ("Quigs") to the position of Director of Coaching - Girls.
In his new role, Quigs’ primary responsibility will be to continue strengthening the overall girls program, including the girls player pool and individual girls teams. He will work with coaches to establish and implement a training curriculum consistent with the overall player/team development philosophy of the club.
After tons of dedication, hard work, sacrifice, determination, perseverance and plenty of other things, South Bay Force would like to offer huge congratulations to the ten high school seniors who signed National Letters of Intent or made college commitments today:
Amanda Whittle, University of San Francisco
Emily Paymer, Michigan State University
Jessica Nakae, University of San Francisco
Kaitlyn Johnson, Washington State University
Krystyna Sikora, Duke University
Kylie Christian, Jackson State University
Madison Gomez, Long Island University
Mckenzie Grossman, Arizona State University
Morgan Mullin, University of Washington
Nicole Rosen, Washington University St. Louis
All ten players are from our GU-18 (Dan Tobias) team.