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Welcome to GCU Women’s Club Soccer

GCU Women’s Club Soccer has become one of the fastest growing club soccer programs in the nation in just five years of existence. The Lopes are members of the Southwest Soccer Conference (SSC) and compete in the West Coast Soccer Association.  The Lopes’ travel team usually plays a competitive fall season schedule, but this season, has moved their regular season to the spring, with matches at GCU’s excellent facilities, and games or tournaments throughout the southwestern states.

If you are a student who is looking to continue developing athletic abilities and a passion for the sport, our GCU Women’s Club Soccer is for you. Our growth and success has given us the chance to host our own 8v8 tournaments to help enhance the talents of our athletes year-round.

The Lopes completed their first season in the SSC in 2019-20 with impressive wins over Arizona State University, Ottawa University and Arizona Christian University while nearly reaching the postseason. GCU Club Women’s Soccer works with top coaches, provides team 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.

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GCU Women’s Club Soccer Schedules

Showing 2020-2021

Day Date   Opponent/Details Location Time Score
Saturday 03/06/2021 at Ottawa University Ottawa University 6:00 PM CANCELLED
Friday 03/12/2021 vs Arizona Christian University GCU (Prescott Field) 7:00 PM 8-1 W
Saturday 03/13/2021 vs Ottawa University TBA 5:00 PM CANCELLED
Friday 03/19/2021 at Arizona Christian University Arizona Christian University 6:00 PM 3-2 W
Sunday 03/21/2021 vs Arizona Storm GCU (Prescott Field) 2:00 PM 2-2 T
Friday 03/26/2021 vs Arizona Storm Prescott field 7:00 PM 5-2 L

Showing 2020-2021

Day Date   Opponent/Details Location Time Score
No Results for 2020-2021

GCU Women's Club Soccer Roster

  • Anika Wodtli
  • Audrey Goebel
  • Gabrielle Duff McGaughey
  • Kortnie Adams
  • Megan Brines
  • Shelby Carson
  • Annabelle Messer
  • Brynn Christenson
  • Christina Thivierge
  • Dahlia Alonso
  • Ellie Busik
  • Gianna Lopez
  • Jazzlynn Ross
  • Kaitlin Stella
  • Kathleen Dobbins
  • Kennedy Griffith
  • Madeline Walter
  • Noelle Christenson
  • Payten Leeman
  • Preslee Rodriguez
  • Rilee McPeek
  • Sofia Rico
  • Taylynn Low
  • Yaira Garcia

GCU Women's Club Soccer Coaching Staff

Hannah Bolton

Head Coach
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Hannah Bolton begins her third year as head coach of women’s club soccer at GCU. Bolton is originally from Junction City, Oregon, and graduated Grand Canyon University with a bachelors degree in exercise and sports performance and is currently pursuing her Master’s in Business Administration with an emphasis in Sports Business.

Bolton comes from a strong athletic and coaching background. Bolton grew up playing club soccer for the Eugene Timbers FC, where she later returned to coach youth teams ranging from U-11 to U-16 from 2014-16. As a freshman, Bolton attended Portland State University where she ran cross country and track for 2013-14 season. Bolton then attended Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon, playing soccer for the Titans for 2014-15 seasons. During her time at LCC, Bolton was captain on the squad that won the Northwest Athletic Conference Southern Region Championships in 2015.

After her time at the community college level, Bolton transferred to GCU in 2016, where she played and coached for the GCU Women’s Club Soccer program from 2016 through 2018. Bolton’s playing career did not end there as she played in the inaugural season for FC Arizona’s WPSL semi-professional league, and earned accolades as the first WPSL West Region All-Conference Team player for the club in 2019. Bolton’s coaching experiences in Arizona range from coaching youth soccer for Phoenix Rising FC to serving as the varsity assistant coach for Hamilton High School, helping lead them to a 2nd place finish in the Arizona 6A State Championships in 2020. Hannah recently completed her U.S. Soccer National D Coaching License.