The members of Turlock's U23 San Jose Earthquakes PDL team anxiously await their home opener this Saturday at California State University, Stanislaus' Warrior Stadium, and hope that it will bring them a win. The Quakes are coming off a four-game road trip, with no wins to show for it.
The U23 San Jose Earthquakes PDL (Premier Development League) squad, based out of Turlock, began the 2014 season last weekend after back-to-back road games against the Ventura County Fusion and the OC Blues where the Quakes managed to pull away with two 1-1 draws.
It was finally made official on Thursday that California State University, Stanislaus men's soccer head coach Dana Taylor will be the head coach for the San Jose Earthquakes Premiere Development League U-23 team in its inaugural season in Turlock this upcoming May.
Opportunities in life are transitory. Here one minute and gone the next; they are to be seized and capitalized on whether in personal or professional arenas. But sometimes opportunities are fleeting by nature, dependent on external circumstances that are out of the control of those who stand to benefit from them.
January 14, 2014|
It's been nearly a year and a half since Ashley Fantazia last graced an indoor volleyball court at the professional level, but with her recent signing by France's Bordeaux Merignac Volley, she's finally back.
November 16, 2013|
Since graduating from Turlock High in 2001, Bronil Koochoie has travelled the globe with soccer as his vehicle. After experiencing exotic locals like Sweden, Iran, and Thailand as a professional outdoor player, Koochoie returned home to Turlock last year to try his hand at the indoor version of his beloved game as part of the Turlock Express in the Professional Arena Soccer League.
November 01, 2013|
Turlock's professional indoor soccer team, the Express, finished its second year in the Professional Arena Soccer League with a 9-7 record that included a division final appearance in the postseason after placing second in the Western Division, now Pacific Division.
Last season the San Francisco 49ers saw themselves one play away from potentially achieving the ultimate prize in the National Football League, a Super Bowl victory. The heartbreaking 34-31 loss to the Baltimore Ravens may seem like it happened yesterday to die-hard fans, but the Niners aren't looking back; they're 100 percent focused on the season ahead.
The Oakland Raiders thought 2012 would be their year to shine after finishing 8-8 and tying for first in the AFC West in 2011. Before 2012, the franchise hadn't seen a winning record or the postseason since 2002; but things quickly came crumbling down.