San Bernardino Valley College soccer standout Katie Hernandez is the latest in a long line of SBVC players to sign with NAIApower Kansas Wesleyan University.
Hernadez, a midfielder out of Beaumont High School, was a second team All-Foothill Conference selection the past season. She managed six goals and five assists in helping the Wolverines to a conference title.
She will join teammate Cynthia Chavez who signed with KWU in May. Several others from the school have also played there in recent years
Kansas Wesleyan University is located in Salina, Kansas, which is about 85 miles north of Wichita and about 180 miles west of Kansas City. The Coyotes went 8-0-1 in conference play, with an overall record of 13-5-2 in 2014.
Three local community college soccer standouts have earned All-American honors.
The Chaffey College men’s team is represented by sophomore midfielder Bryan Guzman (Eisenhower HS) and sophomore forward Peter Fregoso (Roosevelt). both of whom were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America second team in the Division III junior colleges division.
Each player totaled 13 goals with Guzman, the Foothill Conference Player of the Year, also dishing out nine assists for the Panthers (17-3-3).
On the women’s side, freshman midfielder Amy Rosales (Rialto) of San Bernardino Valley College also earned a second-team nod. She helped the Wolverines (15-2-6) to a Foothill Conference title with four goals and five assists.
SBVC Women’s Soccer forward Natalie Sevilla (Hemet Tahquitz HS) has signed a national letter of intent to play for NAIA Texas A&M University-Texarkana next season.
Sevilla helped a front line that was one of the most potent in the country, scoring six goals and assisting on three others. She finished the 2013 season with a shooting percentage of .261 on 23 shots.
Sevilla helped the Wolverines to a 17-3-2 overall record and a 9-1 conference record. They were rewarded with a #3 seed in the Southern California Regional Playoffs.
Texas A&M University–Texarkana is located in Texarkana, Texas, which is about 7 miles west of the Arkansas-Texas border.