2017 COD Women's Soccer News

  • COD Women’s Soccer player presented with statewide Achievement Award
    March 28, 2018
    COD sophomore starting goal keeper Maranda Palmer (Twentynine Palms H.S.) was presented with the 2018 3C4A Achievement Award at the 21st Annual CCCAA Convention in Concord on March 28.
  • 2017 Season in Review - COD Women’s Soccer
    November 14, 2017
    Palm Desert, CA November 16, 2017 – Third year head coach Garrett Estrin guided his team to a 4-17 overall record and a 0-10 conference record. With their sixth place finish, the team was bestowed three All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference honors.
  • COD Women’s Soccer ends 2017 with tough loss to the Jets, 1-0
    November 10, 2017
    COD (4-17; 0-10) concluded the 2017 season on Sophomore Night, under the lights of Boone Field, hosting the San Diego Miramar Jets (6-14-1; 3-6-1) and falling, 1-0.
  • COD Women’s Soccer flattens the Arabs, 8-0
    October 24, 2017
    COD (4-12) grabbed the 100th win in program history and Jianna Guerrero had a hat trick, as Desert scored four goals in the first half and throttled the Imperial Valley Arabs (0-14-1), 8-0.
  • COD Women’s Soccer falls to Jaguars, 7-2
    October 17, 2017
    COD (2-12) was led by Melita Pena, who scored both goals, and Taylor Doyle, who had both assists for the Roadrunners, as they fell at home to the Chula Vista Southwestern Jaguars (13-0-2), 7-2.
  • COD Women’s Soccer skewers the Knights, 4-1
    October 13, 2017
    COD (2-11) grabbed a hard fought win, on the road, at the San Diego City Knights (5-7-2), 4-1, as Maira Fuentes and Analise Anzaldua each had a goal and an assist on the afternoon.
  • COD Women’s Soccer falls to Eagles, 2-1
    September 29, 2017
    COD (1-8; 0-4) faced an offensive assault, but turned away 11 of 13 shots on goal and tied the game on Maira Fuentes' first goal of the season, but the Mt. San Jacinto Eagles (3-4-1; 2-1-1) were too much for the home side, as the Roadrunners fell, 2-1.
  • COD Women’s Soccer falls to Wolverines, 3-0
    September 22, 2017
    COD (1-6; 0-2) took on the #15 ranked team in the nation and played a second half shut out, but three goals by the San Bernardino Valley Wolverines (6-1; 2-0) in the first half proved to be the difference, as the Roadrunners fell, 3-0.
  • COD Women’s Soccer looking for positives in loss to the Comets, 4-1
    September 19, 2017
    COD (1-5; 0-1) opened up PCAC – North play with last year’s offensive player of the year scoring for the Roadrunners, but the team falling in a tough loss to the San Marcos Palomar Comets (2-3-1; 1-0), 4-1.
  • COD Women’s Soccer falls late to the Mounties, 5-4
    September 08, 2017
    COD (1-4) had held a 4-2 lead going into the 68th minute, but three goals in seven minutes by the Walnut Mt. San Antonio Mounties (1-2-1) dashed the Roadrunners hopes of an upset, 5-4.
  • Women's Soccer: COD 7 at West Hills Lemoore 1
    August 26, 2017
    The 1st match of the season was tough but after covering 720miles of driving from So Cal to the Coast & the central part of the state, we ended it on a high note!