Westlake High School's College Soccer Showcase Tournament for Girls' Soccer Players Will Occur on December 4, 2010 at Westlake High School Stadium

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The 6th Annual Soccer College Showcase and Invitational Tournament for girls' varsity soccer players will occur on December 4, 2010 at Westlake High School Stadium, presented by the Westlake High School girls soccer program and Head Coach Frank Marino.

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Westlake Hill School will host its 6th Annual College soccer Showcase and Tournament (http://www.soccercollegeshowcase.com) at Westlake High School Stadium on December 4, 2010. Each year this college showcase and invitational tournament features some of the top girl varsity soccer players in Southern California.

The day's matches on December 4th are free to the general public. The stadium food and beverage facility will be open to spectators. College coaches expecting to attend are asked to contact the Event Director to confirm their VIP credentials, stadium priviledges, and to arrange ground transportation.

This year, ten top Southern California high school soccer programs have accepted invitations to meet up on the pitch: Buena High School (Bulldogs), El Camino Real High School (Conquistadors), Harvard-Westlake High School (Wolverines), Moorpark High School (Musketeers), Newbury Park High School (Panthers), Oak Park High School (Eagles), Saugus High School (Centurions), Valencia High School (Lady Vikings), West Ranch High School (Wildcats), and host Westlake High School (Warriors).

The showcase tournament is hosted by Westlake High School's Girls' Soccer Program led by Head Coach Frank Marino.

Team and player profiles will be provided by Erik Boal, sports writer for the Los Angeles Daily News. Match results and player information, as well as a real-time match feed through Twitter (Soccer_Showcase), will be provided to college soccer coaches.

Prior year's distinguished players who have participated in the Westlake college soccer showcase are now playing in top Division 1 soccer programs as well as in other intercollegiate college and university women's soccer programs throughout the U.S. Profiles of these prior year distinguished players are highlighted on the event website (http://www.soccercollegeshowcase.com). For youth soccer players now with club and AYSO teams, the annual showcase is a unique opportunity to see the team play and individual skills of top girl players heading off to play women's soccer in college.

For further information about Westlake Hill School's soccer college showcase, please contact Donald Bredberg or Esteban Altman, showcase event directors at (805) 770-1277. Event sponsorship opportunities are available.

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