Tracy High Girls' Soccer

Girls Soccer • Winter 2024-2025

If you are a Freshman, transfer student, or any non returning player, please email Coach Kalis at  

We will have a meeting to give out information the 2nd week of school.  See the calendar below for all important dates.  (iCal link)

In order to participate in any soccer activities the following must be completed:

In order to play in games, you must also fit the following criteria:

2023-2024 Girls' Varsity Soccer Team

Varsity has a streak of 12 consecutive playoff births

Varsity has won 7 out of the last 12 League championships (SJAA->TCAL)

JV has won 17 out of the last 19 league championships (SJAA->TCAL)

Congratulations to former Tracy High Girls' Soccer players who played or are currently playing at the next level! (If you are missing or have a correction, please email)

2024 - Ava Coverdale (UC Davis)

2023 - Savannah Cordero (UC Davis), Alicia Pena Webb (Las Positas), Alyssa Lavelle (University of Mobile), Emma Colmenero (City College of San Francisco)

2022 - Ashleigh Garcia (UC Davis)

2021 - Alina Garcia (Indiana Tech), Dalila Yanez (Delta), Trinity Sandridge (University of Nevada), Ciara Lucas (Delta)

2020 - Meredith Hagler (Delta), Jaden Hall (Fullerton), 

2019 - Christina Mendoza (Delta), 

2018 - Leila Anzo (Las Positas), Ally Vierra (Las Positas)

2017 - Joi Wilson (Webster University), Jessica Taylor (Point Loma), Anjelica Gonzalez (Las Positas)

2016 - Iris Cruz (Delta), Denae Enos (Delta), Ashley Hallen (Cal St. Sonomoa), Sam Farmer (Blueford College), Taylor Boren (Azusa Pacific), Matti Stokes ()

Current 8th graders (Incoming 9th Graders) - Class of 2028

Want to attend Tracy High School?

There is an information session where you can learn about Academies and Programs, Enrollment, and Graduation Requirements.

Tracy High School Academies Night - Main Gym - November 14th, 2023 (6pm-8:15pm)

Start time is 6PM (Gym) 

Counseling 6:10-6:25 Counseling (Gym) 

Break out sessions 

Academy Applications are due in early December

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: I am new to playing soccer, what do I need to do to try out?

A: Get at least a 2.0 GPA for the 1st quarter, get a physical, upload your physical and insurance information to FamilyId and then show up to tryouts.  

Q: What do I need to bring to soccer activities?

A:  Players will bring both running shoes and cleats to fitness days.  Players will bring cleats and shin guards to tryouts.  Players will wear appropriate clothing and bring water to all activities.

Q: What do I do if I am participating in a Tracy High fall sport?

A: Players in this situation need to communicate with  both sets of coaches.  If you are playing a THS fall sport you typically finish your season of sport before participating in any soccer activities.  These players must let the soccer coaches know they will be trying out BEFORE the regular tryouts start.  They will then have individual tryouts after their fall season of sport. 

Q: What do I do if I am playing competitive soccer and the seasons overlap?

A: Players need to honor their commitment to their competitive teams while communicating scheduling conflicts with their potential high school team.  Communication is the key.  We will make every attempt to work with competitive players' training and game schedules until their comp season has ended.  Players CANNOT play games for high school until they have played their last competitive game of the fall.  In the spring, players cannot play in competitive games until the high school season games have finished.  Training for both competitive and high school teams during the high school season on the same day is allowed but not recommended. 

Q:  How long will tryouts last?

A:  The length of tryouts will depend on the number of players trying out and usually last between 3-5 days, which typically include 2 rounds of cuts.

Q:  How many teams are there and how many players make the team?

A:  There are two teams, JV and Varsity.  9th, 10th, and 11th graders can play either level.  Seniors can only play Varsity.  We keep anywhere from 16-24 players per team. 


Q:  Can I play another winter sport at Tracy High School at the same time as soccer?

A:  No.

Q:  If I don't make the team, can I still try out for another winter sport?

A:  Communicate this concern to your coaches before tryouts.  Typically this has not been a problem in the past and all sports have worked together to give potential players the opportunity to try out for a second sport.

Q:  What formation do we play?

A:  We play many formations.  Players are expected to understand US Soccer's numbering system by position and their accompanying roles.

Boys' Varsity

Michael Aguilera


phone: xxx-xxx-xxxx

Boys JV

Aeden Fernandez

Girls' Varsity

Phil Kalis


phone: 209-814-3774

Girls' Junior Varsity

Nate Perry