GCU women’s club soccer was established in the fall of 2015, but already has experienced enough growth to qualify as one of the fastest growing club soccer programs in the nation. We are a member of the Southwest Conference, and compete in the West Coast Soccer Association. Our travel team plays fall and spring seasons-with matches at GCU’s excellent facilities, and games or tournaments in California, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas. If you are a student who is looking to continue developing athletic abilities and a passion for the sport, our GCU soccer club is for you.
Due to the growth and success of our program, we are able to host our league at GCU. Our club is fully established, extremely competitive and at an intercollegiate level with all teams playing an 18-game schedule in the fall and spring seasons. Over the course of both seasons, our club soccer teams play approximately 40 matches, including tournament play. GCU’s women’s club soccer works with top coaches, equipment and uniforms, and plays on some of the Southwest’s best facilities. We are a year-round program and always welcome new, motivated athletes.
|Thursday||08/31/2017||at||Utah State University-Eastern||Henderson, NV||8:00 AM||4-0 L|
|Friday||09/01/2017||at||Otero Community College||Henderson, NV||1:00 PM||5-2 L|
|Sunday||09/10/2017||at||ASU||Tempe, AZ||7:00 PM||3-0 L|
|Friday||09/22/2017||at||San Diego State University (Aztec Cup)||San Diego, CA||6:20 PM||TBA|
|Saturday||09/23/2017||at||CSU San Marcos (Aztec Cup)||San Diego, CA||9:00 AM||TBA|
|Saturday||09/23/2017||at||University of Arizona (Aztec Cup)||San Diego, CA||1:45 PM||TBA|
|Saturday||09/23/2017||at||CSU Long Beach (Aztec Cup)||San Diego, CA||3:20 PM||TBA|
|Saturday||10/07/2017||at||University of Arizona||Tucson, AZ||TBA||TBA|
|Friday||10/20/2017||vs||Shepard University||Prescott Field||5:00 PM||TBA|
|Sunday||10/22/2017||vs||University of Arizona||GCU||1:00 PM||TBA|
|Friday||10/27/2017||at||Regionals||San Luis Obispo, CA||TBA||TBA|
Erin Reinke is beginning her first season as the head coach for the women’s club soccer team. Reinke has an extensive resume playing at the collegiate, semi and professional levels, as well as coaching at the Division I level.
Reinke was the first in-state recruit at Arizona State University for the university’s first season in 1996. Reinke was the Sun Devils’ starting goalkeeper for four years, and was able to attend the NCCA national tournament in 2000. After playing at the collegiate level, she moved on to the semi-professional side where she played for Ajax Women Southern California. After a year at the semi-professional level, Reinke traveled overseas to play professional soccer in Denmark and Canada. She played for Fortuna Hjoerring and Odense BoldKlub for three seasons, and for the Ottawa Fury during the summer of 2008.
After playing at the highest level, Reinke turned to coaching, where she began her coaching career at Cal-Poly Pomona as an assistant coach for three seasons. She then transitioned to head coach at Cal-State Monterey Bay for six seasons. Reinke belongs to United Soccer Coaches, the world’s largest soccer coaches organization.
Reinke brings 25 years of playing and coaching experience to GCU club soccer, as well as a love for soccer and the excitement to coach. She graduated from Arizona State University with her degree in Sociology. She is from Mesa and enjoys hiking, camping and spending time with her dog Buster.