Click Here for a Los Angeles Times/ Daily Pilot article posted on Thursday, December 8, 2016.
We have provided a PayPal Link to make your 2016/2017 Soccer Season Contribution easy.
The contribution helps pay for things such as coaches, tournament fees, uniforms, team building events, equipment, goalie training, website hosting, and end of year banquet. Also included in the Program Contribution fee is the spirit pack items which every player KEEPS:
Spirit Pack (all items are Adidas):
- Sack pack/Back pack
- 2 game day socks
- 2 game day shorts
- 3 practice shirts (2 short sleeve, 1 long sleeve)
- practice shorts
Please fill out the form below and click on the link below to make your contribution. Tax ID# is 46-0610317
Newport Harbor Girls Soccer Tryouts will be taking place on September 12th and 13th starting at 3:30 p.m. Players are to meet at the bleachers outside the girls locker room at NHHS at 3:15 p.m.
All girls that are participating in a fall sport will be given a separate try out when their fall sport ends. They are not required to go to the try outs in September. Questions, email Coach Schroeder.
If a student is planning to participate in athletics at Newport Harbor, it is mandatory for to have the following documents completed and submitted to the athletic office prior to participating in a sport. Please be sure to attach a copy of your student’s current medical insurance card.
Click here to download the NHHS Athletics Clearance Packet 2016-2017.
All players to attend final three days of Summer Camp.
Wednesday, 7/27 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at Harper
Thursday, 7/28 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at Harper
Friday, 7/29 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at TOCA *Click here to download TOCA release form if you have never practiced or played at TOCA and bring Friday morning.
Newport Harbor Girls’ Soccer Summer Camp 2016
Session Dates and Time
Session 1 – Incoming Freshmen/New Players
July 11-15 – Monday thru Friday
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Session 2 – Returning Players
July 18-22 – Monday thru Friday
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Session 3 – All Players
July 27–29 – Wednesday thru Friday
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Harper School Park
425 East 18th Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Proper soccer wear, cleats, shin guards, water, and any medical needs (Knee brace, inhaler, etc.)
Registration & Cost
Click here to register and pay online.
Click here to download the registration form to bring form and payment on the first day of camp.
Cost is $150, includes a Dri-Fit Practice Shirt and Summer League Fee.
There will be two brief Parent Meetings from 11:00 – 11:15 a.m. on July 15 and July 22 at the end of each week. Please email Head coach Justin Schroeder with any questions if you can’t make it to a meeting.
Check out today’s Daily Pilot article about our new Head Coach, Justin!
As a longtime club coach, high school coach and junior college assistant, Justin Schroeder stays plugged into the world of Southern California youth soccer.
Schroeder had been the girls’ soccer coach at Bellflower High for nine years. Yet, when he heard the Newport Harbor job was open in March, he didn’t hesitate to apply.
“The way I looked at Newport is that there’s tons of talent there, and they should be winning games,” Schroeder said. “It was definitely on my short list of places I could go and be successful, for sure. I’m on the CIF [Southern Section Girls Soccer Advisory Committee], so I’m aware of teams and places and demographics … It’s a place that I know can win.”
Schroeder will get his chance. He’s the new coach of the Sailors, taking over for Larry Draluck, who resigned midway through the season in January. Edson Rodriguez finished out the season as interim coach.
Schroeder, 35, also works as an assistant women’s soccer coach at Whittier College. He played goalie at Long Beach Millikan and Long Beach State. He is a special education teacher who will begin the school year teaching at Estancia High, but is hopeful to become an on-campus coach at Newport Harbor soon.
Newport Harbor Principal Sean Boulton, in an email announcing the hiring, called Schroeder “a perfect fit.” Schroeder said he’s excited to get started. He hasn’t met Sailors players yet, but will starting next week, when he hosts a summer camp at Harper School in Costa Mesa.
The Sailors struggled under Draluck, who guided them for nine years. They haven’t made the playoffs since 2012 and went 4-13-7 last year, including a 2-8 mark in the Sunset League, last in the six-team league. When he resigned, Draluck cited the players’ lack of passion as one of his reasons.
Schroeder certainly seems to have passion and energy. He knows the Sunset League is tough but he said the Sailors should benefit from the new CIF Southern Section competitive equity rules that may drop them down from Division 1.
There is also talent on the team. Striker Sianna Siemonsma, a University of Washington commit, will be a senior next season.
Schroeder said he sees the situation as similar to when he took over at Bellflower.
“Mayfair and La Mirada kind of dominated the [Suburban] League, similar to Edison and Los Al [in the Sunset League],” Schroeder said. “Within a couple of years, we were right there with them competing for a title every year. It’s not a very different situation. It’s actually a better situation, because it’s walking into players that have that class already with them.”
Schroeder never quite guided the Buccaneers to a league title, but he said they did make the CIF playoffs in seven of his nine years. Last year, they went 7-3-2 for third place in the league, losing at Riverside Poly, 5-0, in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 4 playoffs.
Now, Schroeder will guide the Sailors. He added that Angela Reling, a new physical education teacher at Newport Harbor, will be an assistant on his staff. Reling played Division 1 women’s soccer at UC Riverside.
“This isn’t a job that I’m looking to bounce somewhere else,” he said. “It’s a program that needs to be built. If this is the job I retire in, I would be very, very happy. I’m not there just to get them through something. I’m there to build a program, build it to where it should be.”