College Commitments / Alumni


  • Yuna McCormack – University of Virginia


  • Elise Evans – Stanford University
  • Elle Piper – Duke University
  • Kathryn Kelly – UCLA
  • Peyton Marcisz – UCLA
  • Julia Saunicheva – UCLA
  • America Frias – UCLA
  • Jennie Immethun – LMU
  • Camryn Penn – LMU
  • Jessie Halladay – LMU
  • Talei Moodie – University of San Diego
  • Karina Gonzalez – Pepperdine University


  • Andrea Kitahata – Stanford University
  • Sophia Fisher – University of Notre Dame
  • Amaya Bautista – Oregon State
  • Quinn Ruiz – University of Illinois
  • Michelle Lim – Wellesley College


  • Kassandra Ceja – Fresno State
  • Tianna Sidtikin – University Arizona
  • Victoria Prado – Fresno State
  • Jaedyn Sanders – San Jose State
  • Adrienne Evans – U Penn
  • Abby Borchers – UC Berkeley


  • Camille Lafaix – Cal Poly
  • Jadyn Shinn – UC Berkeley
  • Kylie Rojas – Cal Poly
  • Mia Fontana – UC Berkeley
  • Bella Mahoney – University of Chicago
  • Kayla Grisham – Azusa Pacific University
  • Nicole Shulmann (GK) – Cornell University
  • Rebekah Valdez – University of San Diego
  • Sophie Jones – Duke University
  • Shay Levy – University of Pacific
  • Rhea Chan – University of Pacific
  • Luz Arreaga – University of Nevada
  • Chiara Rigatsu – Sonoma State


  • Daniela Bermejo – Eastern Illinois University
  • Amaya Tomlinson – Saint Mary’s College
  • Jaeden Tamayo – University of San Francisco
  • Lucy Tang – UC San Diego
  • Nikki Lee – New York University


Statistics show that nearly 90% of high school seniors playing soccer in the US do not make it on to college soccer.  With nearly 100,000 high school seniors in American soccer clubs, and 8,000 – 9,000 roster spots for incoming freshman each year open in college soccer, it is clear that making it to the next level will not be easy. Bay Area Surf aims to help players understand the importance of training everyday to improve on all aspects of their game. It is also important that players take the same approach in the classroom, and we will always be a reminder for the importance of grades and academic achievement in the recruiting process.


Our goal is to provide players and their families with the necessary information and tools required to maximize their college recruitment options.  We understand each the players college search is unique to them, so we pride ourselves in providing all Bay Area Surf players with one-on-one meeting opportunities with our staff that has ample experience in the college process.

Individual College meetings give players an incredible opportunity to build a college recruitment profile, learn how to communicate effectively with college coaches, gain understanding of the NCAA, NAIA, and Junior College system, fully understand the many types of financial aid available to the player and their family, and address personal questions as it pertains to their college process.


We’ll provide you with a framework by which you can start to gain clarity on what KIND of a school you are looking for and what kind of school will suit you best, so that you can bring greater focus to your search efforts.  We will encourage you to be open-minded and give consideration to schools from all divisions and in all parts of the country.


We are always seeking out the top college showcase events around the country for you to be seen by as many different coaches possible.  The National Girls Academy League / Women’s Premier Soccer League / MLS Next events are some of the top recruiting events in the country.

Miss you when you’re gone!  –  We will follow your collegiate careers with intrigue!