Congratulations to Jackie Kane. She has signed a full scholarship offer from University of the Pacific in Stockton, Ca. . A goalkeeper for Orinda soccer and a member of the Haitian national team she has been a member of Gamespeed for three years. She has a regular schedule of strength training, track workouts for aerobic capacity, and ballistic repeat circuits for explosive anaerobic ability. She has a shot to be the starting goalkeeper. We want to make that happen!
Here’s a brief piece from the UOP Soccer team site:
April 6, 2011
STOCKTON, Calif. – The Pacific women’s soccer team has announced two more additions to their roster for the upcoming 2011 season as midfielder Nicola Berry and goalkeeper Jacqueline Kane join the Tigers for the fall.
Jacqueline Kane is a 5-9 goalkeeper from Alamo, Calif. who currently plays with the Lamorinda United 92 which is coached by Mohamed Mohamed. With Lamorinda United 92, Kane helped the club to the 2010 Juventus Championship, the 2010 Pleasanton Rage Finals, and the 2010 Davis College Showcase Semifinals. Kane also trained with the Haitian National women’s soccer team.
“Jacqueline has all the tools to make an impact on our team,” Coleman said. “With hard work, as she develops as a player, we expect big things from her.”
Kane is the daughter of Jason and Jami Kane, both of whom attended the University of the Pacific.