High School Girls’ Soccer
radford Christian Academy Girls’ Soccer competes as a full member in the NEPSAC, New England Preparatory School Athletic Council, and is a member of the Girls Independent League. We are also an associate member of NCSAA, the National Christian School Athletic Association. Our goal is the continued development and improvement of our players, coaches, teams, and all aspects of the program. The season begins in mid-August and wraps up with tournament play in early November. Home games are played on an outdoor lighted turf field at the New England Sports Park.
For more information, please contact our Athletic Director, Kerry Cashman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2015 Girls Independent League Champions
Meet the Coach
Tim Angerhoffer is honored to be a part of BCA’s community as a coach of its student-athletes. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Purdue University, B.S. Mathematics, Minor and Certificate of Proficiency in Spanish, Coach Angerhofer is a 15-year educator, all for Amesbury Public Schools. Tim is currently entering his sixth year as a math and Spanish teacher at Amesbury High School. In Coach A.’s youth, he played various sports, but he focused primarily on basketball. His efforts paid off and he was named an All-Star in each of his two years at Syracuse University’s Big Orange Camp before transitioning to interests in music. Renewing his passion for athletics as an adult, Coach A. holds multiple coaching licenses and certifications spanning soccer, basketball, and tennis as well as athletics generally, including standing as a Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) Certified Coach. His coaching experience includes 12 soccer seasons – boys, girls, co-ed, recreational leagues, travel leagues, club leagues, indoor, outdoor, 4 v 4 up to 11 v 11, youth, and high school (Whittier Tech). His coaching approach centers on consideration of the student-athlete and his or her development as a whole person first, emphasizing opportunity, participation, learning, trust, and performance, in that order. So, in play, the game itself – through the common cause of the team first – is the best teacher. All involved – coaches, players, and community – share responsibility for the experience together. Coach A. is thankful and full of enthusiasm for each moment of every season with BCA’s student-athletes.
November 1st4:00 PMHomeVermont
|September 14th||4:00 PM||Home||Woodward||W, 4-0|
|September 22nd||4:00 PM||Home||St. Andrews||L, 5-2|
|September 25th||4:00 PM||Away||BISB||W, 6-1|
|September 29th||3:45 PM||Home||Hyde||L, 3-2|
|October 6th||4:00 PM||Home||Winchendon||L, 3-1|
|October 11th||3:45 PM||Away||CATS|
|October 14th||11:00 AM||Away||Brimmer and May|
|October 16th||4:00 PM||Away||Woodward|
|October 18th||3:45 PM||Home||BISB|
|October 21st||2:00 PM||Away||Hyde|
|October 26th||3:45 PM||Away||CATS|
|October 30th||3:30 PM||Away||Andover Public HS|
|November 3rd||4:00 PM||Home||ISBOS|
|November 4th||5:00 PM||Home (Epping)||Berwick|
|November 6th||3:45 PM||Home||GIL Semi-Finals|
|November 8th||3:45 PM||Home||GIL Championship|