Estrella de Chile 2-1 Bellingham United
Premier Men - May 5, 2013, Civic Stadium, Bellingham WA
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REMINDER TO ALL TEAMS
PCSL Minimum Standards
All PCSL member clubs are required to comply with PCSL Minimum Standards.
Team coaches, managers and administrators must read and be familier with these requirements. Failure to meet these standards may result in sanctions from the League.
There have been some queries about water at games. The PCSL Minimum Standards require amongst other things, that the home team be responsible for the provision of water and ice for both teams, located either in the dressing rooms or at the player benches. Recommended supply is 24 bottles (500 ml) of water per team, and one small cooler with ice for each team.
2013 Edition of the J.F Kennedy Cup and Kevin McAdams Memorial Cup a
The participating teams for the 2013 edition of the J.F. Kennedy Cup (men) and Kevin McAdams Memorial Cup (women) tournament hosted by Chilliwack FC have been finalised and as usual the level of competition should be exciting with plenty of entertaining soccer lined up. The tournament will be played at Townsend Park in Chilliwack over the weekend of June 22-23, 2013.
Okanagan split for Pacific Coast Soccer League squad
May 16 - Three games into the 2013 Pacific Coast Soccer League season, Chilliwack FC’s men’s team is 1-2 and looking for momentum. After opening the regular season schedule with a 4-0 loss to the Abbotsford Mariners, the locals hit the road last weekend, travelling to Penticton and Kelowna. Chilliwack Progress
Peninsula Co-op Highlanders easily pass first PCSL test
May 13 - The Peninsula Co-op Highlanders have been toughened by two previous seasons in the higher-calibre W-League and it showed Sunday at Tyndall Park. Goals by former Canada Under-20 players Jaclyn Sawicki from the University of Victoria Vikes and Katie Kraeutner from the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers openend the scoring and the Co-op Highlanders never looked back in a 4-1 Pacific Coast Soccer League victory over Kamloops. Times Colonist
May 13 - The Kamloops Heat men found out the jump to the Pacific Coast Soccer League’s premier division will not be easy. Oriol Torres beat a diving goalkeeper (pictured) to score the River City squad’s only goal in a season-opening 3-1 loss to Bellingham at Hillside Stadium on Saturday, May 11. Kamloops This Week
Peninsula Coop Highlanders Victorious
May 13 - The Peninsula Coop Highlanders joined the men’s first team in the winning column Sunday afternoon, downing the Kamloops Heat 4-1 in their PCSL season-opening match at Tyndall Park. The Highlanders dominated the opening half, with scoring coming from four different players. Victoria Highlanders
U21 Penticton Pinnacles's Home Opener Success!
May 13 - Both the Penticton Pinnacles Men's and Women's Pacific Coast Soccer League teams came up with victories against Chilliwack FC in front of league officials and 400 Club fans over the weekend! Pinnacles FC
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Heat Men preparing to Take On Victoria United at Home
May 24 - The Kamloops Heat are at home in the Pacific Coast Soccer League Premier men’s soccer league this weekend (May 25). The Heat will be hosting the Victoria United at Hillside Stadium on Saturday night in a rare 6 pm kick off at Hillside Stadium.
Mid-Isle FC teams sprint to strong starts -
May 24 - Early in the spring-summer soccer season, the region’s top teams look like they’ll be right in the thick of things. The Mid-Isle FC men’s and women’s sides are both off to 1-0-1 starts in their respective Pacific Coast Soccer League tables. The club is based in Ladysmith, but both the men’s and women’s teams will play more than half their home games at Nanaimo’s Merle Logan Field. Nanaimo News Bulletin
Highlanders Women Head On Road Trip Looking For Wins
May 24 - The Peninsula Co-op Highlanders will be looking to win their second game of the Pacific Coast Soccer League season when they embark on a two-game road trip this weekend. Following last Monday’s loss, Head Coach Dave Dew is optimistic following practices this week “Practices were good, really good,” says Dew. “The atmosphere was positive and players were feeling good about themselves." Victoria Highlanders
Whitecaps trounce Co-op Highlanders
May 22 - Peninsula Co-op Highlanders saw the future Monday. And her name is Summer Clarke. Clarke scored three goals to lead the Vancouver Whitecaps to a 4-0 victory over the Co-op Highlanders (1-1) in Pacific Coast Soccer League women’s action on the Lower Mainland. Times Colonist
Peninsula Co-op Highlanders women suffer first loss of season
May 21 - The Peninsula Co-op Highlanders suffered the first defeat of their young Pacific Coast Soccer League season Monday afternoon. Losing 4-0 to a Whitecaps squad that capitalized on a slow opening half for the Highlanders. “Our first half was poor,” said Head Coach Dave Dew. “We didn’t come to compete.” Vancouver’s Summer Clarke, the leagues leading scorer, netted three in Sunday’s contest.
Kamloops Heat Premier Women Are Pacific Western Tournament Champions
May 21 - Kamloops Heat Premier Women from the Pacific Coast Soccer League travelled to Penticton for the May long weekend and walked away with Championship honors at the Pacific Western event. Kamloops won straight games, out-scoring their opponents 11 – 1 to claim the title. BC Soccer Web
Heat Garners First Points of Young PCSL Premier League Season
May 20 - The Kamloops Heat are making a nice adjustment to the upper echelon of the Pacific Coast Soccer League’s Men’s Division. After finishing 2012 atop of the U-21 Reserve Division, the Heat graduated to the Premier League. Playing their second ever match, the Heat tied Estrella de Chile 2-2 at Burnaby Lake North Field on Saturday (May 18).
Sounders Women Face Whitecaps in Final Preseason Match
May 19 - The Vancouver Whitecaps have taken the year off from playing in the W-League, but they’ve thrown together a special team to play this exhibition match. It’s a team that is made up mostly of the club’s U-18 Girls Elite squad. Make no mistake, these players can play. They have been enjoying a great deal of success this year. Sounders at Heart
Heat Look for First Win of PCSL Season on Coast vs Estrella de Chile
May 17 - The Kamloops Heat are expecting their first road match of the young 2013 Pacific Coast Soccer League Men’s Premier League season to be a tough test. The Heat are heading to Burnaby Lake West Field on Saturday (May 18) to meet Estrella de Chile.