The women’s soccer team is arguably the premier team in the Northwest Athletic Conference. The Pirates have been nationally ranked for seven straight years, have 10 straight division championships and five NWAC titles. Head coach Kanyon Anderson, the winningest coach in NWAC women’s soccer history, was named NWAC Coach of the Year four times. The Pirates are coming off arguably their best season ever, going 18-0-2 and allowing an NWAC record low of only three goals scored against them, while scoring 60. The Pirates came into the league in 2010 and have made the playoffs every year. As a program, Peninsula became the first college in NWAC history to win back-to-back men’s and women’s NWAC championships in 2012 and 2013. The soccer teams play on Sigmar Field, arguably one of the best fields in the NWAC. Pirate athletics also provides a free live stream of all home games, done with three cameras. With the extraordinary field, the reputation of our coaching staff, the quality of education, and a winning tradition, Peninsula College has become a destination college for high school soccer standouts. Off the field, Peninsula College athletes participate in community service projects and play a significant role in the development of young players through the Peninsula Soccer Academy, as well as engagement in elementary, middle school and high school mentorship programs and school clinics.
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