Congratulations to our boys 2007 Blue team for winning the La Jolla Labor Day Classic last weekend.
The boys worked hard to be the dominant team in the preliminary round by winning all of their games and sharing the workload and goals amongst the players.
Impact then played Blast SC in the final and to Blast’s credit they put our boys on notice from the first kick-off in what turned out to be a very close and competitive first half. The second half opened up a bit more with the Impact boys working harder and being more effective with their structure and team play to ultimately run out winners 6-3.
Thank you to coach Marcos Gonzales for the hard work and advice to the boys.
What a great summer these boys and coach Victor have had. Congratulations!
B2001 are at it again!
Not losing a game all weekend and overcoming a strong Pateadores team in the finals, this team brought home another championship!
Our Boys worked hard to win yet another championship title at the Carlsbad Coastal Classic last weekend!
Thank you coach Victor Zendejas and manager Laura B. for all of the hard work and support!
Results: Impact 1 vs FC Heat 1. Impact 2 vs Vista Storm 0. Irvine Pateadores 1 vs Impact 1. Finals: Pateadores 0 vs Impact 2.
A couple of pics from the latest tournaments for B2001-Zendejas.
Notts Forest Memorial Day Champions!
Rebels Cup Finalists
Before the dust kicked up from the uncertainty of the new birth year regulations had time to settle, Coach Victor’s boys have been kicking up a ton of dust of their own! We’re looking forward to more great victories in the near future.
Congratulations to our G2005 team for winning the Carlsbad Coastal Classic Tournament.
his is their second tournament they have won this summer.
The girls played really well each game winning 3 games and tying 1 and only giving up 2 goals over the weekend.
We are very proud of the girls and we hope they continue their success.
& Congratulations to our G2000 Blue team for winning the Carlsbad Coastal Classic Tournament.
This is a fairly new group of girls that has the right mix of hungry talented 2006 girls with the experience and leadership of 2005 young ladies.
With a dominating midfield throughout the tournament, a shutdown defense that only allowed one goal all tournaments, and an offense that scored 9 goals, allowed this Impact team to celebrate as champions with a record of 3-0-1. GO IMPACT!!!
A $25 late fee will be assessed on all registrations after June 15
Registration for the 2016 LJYSL Fall Recreational Season is now closed!
Registration fees are as follows:
Under 5 $225.00
Under 6 - 14 $250.00
Age Groups: Under 6: U5/U6 players (born in 2011 & 2012) play 4 v 4 NEW: due to popular demand, teams will no longer play coed in this age group Under 7: U7 players (born in 2010) play 4 v 4 Under 8: U8 players (born in 2009) play 7 v 7 Under 10: U9/U10 players (born in 2008 & 2007) play 7 v 7 Under 12: U11/U12 players (born in 2006 & 2005) play 9 v 9 Under 14: U13/U14 players (born in 2004 & 2003) play 11 v 11
Our Fall 2016 Recreational Registration includes:
NIKE uniform kit
Certified USSF referees for age groups U7 and up
Field set up and take down
Cal South trained and licensed volunteer coaches
Practice and play on fields in La Jolla
New players must submit a copy of their birth certificate to the LJYSL office for age verification
A $25 late fee will be assessed on all registrations after June 15
We will do our best to honor one coach or friend request per player but there are no guarantees - requests must be made at the time of registration (we will not accept requests via email).
Coaches are ALWAYS needed. No experience necessary…we train!
For frequently asked questions, please click here: FAQ
Congratulations to our
La Jolla Impact BU8 Blue and Coach Brett
Rebels Cup Champions 2016
La Jolla Impact BU8 takes the Rebels Championship Cup!
La Jolla Impact’s youngest competitive team Boys 2009 (U8) earned their first Championship Cup last weekend in the Rebels Cup. New Impact coach, Brett Crouse, guided the boys to a great start in a 5-0 shut-out first game against the Cardiff Mustangs. The boys continued their winning streak throughout the tournament weekend to remain undefeated in all three games, and took themselves straight through to the final Championship game. Coach Marcos Gonzales took the lead in their final game against the Rebels, while team coach Crouse was finishing up his Boys 2005 Championship Final. The boys’ enthusiasm and hunger for victory, as shown in their 3-0 final result, crowned them as Rebels Cup Tournament Champions in the BU8 Division. The boys dominated possession over the entire weekend with 17 goals for, and only conceded 2 goals against. Leading goal-scorer, Andre Guizar, took 5 total for the tournament. Great effort by all the boys!
Heather Hilliard graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of California, San Diego in 1990. She was a four-year letter winner on the women’s soccer team (1986-1989) and she had the good fortune of playing her last three seasons at UC San Diego under coaching legend and La Jolla Impact Technical Director, Brian McManus. During her collegiate playing career, Hilliard reached the NCAA Division III Final Four three of her four seasons. During Heather’s senior year, her team won the school’s first NCAA Division III National Championship. She holds the all-time career goal scoring record at UC San Diego (70 goals) and was a two time All American player.
Heather received her Master of Science degree in Sport Management from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 1992. After graduating, she was hired at Wellesley College as the Assistant Director of Athletics. In 1994, she returned to her undergraduate alma mater, UC San Diego, where she was hired as Assistant Director of Athletics. She was nominated and served three years on the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Committee and was elected Chair in her final year on the committee.
Hilliard resigned from UC San Diego in 2000 to focus her attention on her growing family. She volunteered time coaching youth soccer and serving as a Recreational Division Coordinator for Carlsbad Lightning Soccer Club. After much volunteering success, Carlsbad hired Hilliard in 2007 as Director of Recreation and competitive soccer coach. As a competitive coach, she led her teams to countless tournament and league championships. During her tenure as Director of Recreation, the program grew from 800 to 1300 players, merged with another Carlsbad league and ultimately grew to 2500 players.
“Coaching youth soccer and serving as the Director of Recreation for the past 10 years has been a privilege as I have been able to help inspire players’ love of the game and give back to the youth of my community. I am honored and thrilled about the opportunity to work alongside Coach Kristin Jones and Coach Brian McManus as their vision and commitment to excellence in youth soccer is second to none. I look forward to being a part of the growth of the La Jolla Youth Soccer League.”