WCS Wild looking for 5-peat!

Four time State Champion West Coast Wild take one more step closer to making it five. The U19 West Coast Wild are four time consecutive state champions placing 1st in state at U15, U16, U17, U18 ages are trying for their fifth consecutive state title. Wild made good progress last weekend as they knocked out Santa Clara Sporting White 4-1 in the elimination rounds in Norcal state cup play. Wild is a product of West Coast Soccer coached by director Troy Dayak and has been northern California’s most dominant youth girls team the past 5 years. Along with multiple top level tournament and Showcase titles, Wild have four straight state championships, a regional championship and two back to back national championships to their name. All of the graduating Wild team members are off playing college soccer and making a huge impact in the college game. Recently one of the West Coast Wild players Delanie Sheehan was called up for the Womens U20 National Team camp held in Florida and performed extremely well. It’s no surprise that the Wild have had such success as coach Dayak has had a storied career as a player and as a coach. “I love what I do & do what I love” says Dayak, “our players are doing great things here at the club Delanie is just one example of the development here.”

“Coach Dayak has believed in me and given me the confidence, guidance and support to compete at the highest level. I’m so excited for the opportunities that have opened up for me since joining West Coast Soccer Club.” – Delanie Sheehan

Wild will face Sporting Green in the qtr finals of state cup and continue their quest for another state title.