Men's Soccer News

PORT ANGELES - The 2019 Rumble in the Rainforest schedule has changed with Evergreen State University dropping at the last minute. The annual spring scrimmage event, sponsored by High Energy Metals, now runs from 9 a.m. to 2:30 at Wally Sigmar Field.

Admission is $5 (no passes) for the general public and free for current PC students and children 12-under.

We hope to live stream the matches on our Peninsula College YouTube channel.


9:00 - Oly-Pen Force vs. Peninsula College women (60 minute game)

10:15 - Oly-Pen Force vs. Peninsula College men (90 minute game)

Noon - Oly-Pen Force vs. Olympia FC women (60 minute game)

1:15 - Olympia FC vs. Peninsula College women (60 minute game)

PC Men's Soccer recuiting is underway, the team has signed letter of intents for the following players:

Jesus Maldonado from Earl Wooster, NV

Christoper Dominguez from White River, WA

Nicolas Hernandez from Selah, WA

Juan Carlos Hernandez from Selah, WA

Two-time NWAC All-Star defender Sterling Penniston-John signs a national letter of intent, Tuesday February 26th, to continue his collegiate soccer career at Division I Utah Valley State. 

PC Men's Soccer Team brings home multiple NWAC awards this season.

Coach Jake Hughes named NWAC 2018 North Region Coach of the Year

Jose Serna named NWAC North Region MVP

Please check out a LIVE STREAM of our home matches on YouTube, by searching Peninsula College.

PORT ANGELES – Cesar Gervacio repeated as North Region Most Valuable Player and seven of his Pirate teammates were honored as the Northwest Athletic Conference announced its All-Star and All-Conference selections Tuesday.

Gervacio, a sophomore from San Jose California, who led the NWAC in scoring through the regular season, was named MVP for the second straight year, as well as an All-Star forward.

Joining him on the list of All-Star forwards is fellow San Jose native Juan Carrillo, also a sophomore. Peninsula’s Adrian Benitez, a sophomore from Riverbank, California, and Jose Serna, a freshman from Cowiche, Washington, were named All-Star midfielders, and freshman Sterling Penniston-John of Las Vegas, Nevada was named as an All-Star defender.

The five Pirate All-Stars will play in the NWAC’s annual All-Star Game at the Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila at 11:15 on Sunday.

Earning All-Conference recognition for the Pirates were Joey Hollimon, a sophomore from Las Vegas; Sergio Gonzalez Reyes, a sophomore from Reno; and Michael Benito, a freshman from San Diego.