Women’s league kicks off in April

Peninsula College hosts a 7-on-7 adult women's soccer league that starts April 5 and runs until the end of May.

  • Friday, March 21, 2014 4:34pm
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Peninsula College hosts a 7-on-7 adult women’s soccer league that starts April 5 and runs until the end of May.

Games are on Sunday afternoons at the Storm King Soccer Fields, 1240 N. Barr Road in Agnew.

Cost is $40 per player; league participants are also asked to help maintain fields.

Players must be 15 years old or older.

Depending on the number of players registered, each team will get at least six or seven games with a tournament to cap the season. Games are two, 35-minute halves.

Applications and money must be received by March 31.

For more information, contact Andrew Chapman, head coach for Peninsula’s men’s soccer team, at 417-6410, or 670-6868.

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