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San Ramon Valley Boys Soccer
 

San Ramon Valley Boys Soccer
 

11-29-2022
Please see this season's schedules posted below:
 
Please see: Practice Times
 
11-9-2022
 
TONIGHT'S (11/9) TRYOUT REMINDER
Frosh - 6:30-7:30pm
So-Jr. - 7:30-8:30pm
Jr. - Seniors - 8:30-9:30pm
 
All players who missed tryouts due to illness - tryouts will resume Monday!!!
Frosh - contact Coach Kelly
Sophomores - 7:30-9pm (Stadium Field)
Jr.-Srs. - 3:30-5:30 (Aux Field)
 
11-7-2022
 
Tryouts: Please be sure to place your tryout number on the FRONT and BACK of your white t-shirt. Thank you!!
 
11-3-2022
 
Boys Soccer Tryout Times:
 
Monday, November 7
Frosh 6:30-8pm Stadium Field
Soph, Jr, Sr 8-9:30pm Stadium Field
 
Tuesday, November 8
Frosh 3:45-5:15pm Auxiliary Field
Soph, Jr, Sr 8-9:30pm Stadium Field
 
Wednesday, November 9
Frosh 6:30-8pm Stadium Field
Soph, Jr, Sr 8-9:30pm Stadium Field
 
10-14-2022
 
Trying Out For Boys Soccer? Double Check Your Intent:
(we had some issues with our initial form)
 
  • Click this link to see if you have completed the Intent to Tryout Form
  • If you are not on this list complete this Intent to Tryout Form.
  • Don't forget to finish the clearance process so you are ready for Nov. 7
 
Sincerely,
Don Busboom
9-29-2022
 
Welcome to the San Ramon Valley Men’s Soccer program.  As I begin my 27th season at SRV this remains the most exciting time of the year - the soccer season!  I view my opportunity to coach as a great honor and privilege.  It is an honor and privilege to work with so many fine young men and their families. It is a great honor and privilege to participate in the life of one of the finest high schools in the country – San Ramon Valley!  I trust you and your family feels the same; it is a great honor and privilege to be a scholar-athlete at SRVHS.
 
Tryout Procedure
 
To put the season in motion we must begin the difficult process of tryouts. Before you tryout, the following must happen:
 
1)     You must complete the school athletic clearance procedure. 
Step Three: Have your doctor complete the physical form. If you have had a physical in the last year make sure it does not expire between November 2022 and February 2023. If it does, you will be ineligible during the season until you have an updated physical on file.
Step Four: Complete the athletic clearance. This must be done even if you played a fall sport. 
Note: Online registration is required to try out for any sport team; even if you have played a fall sport.
This process must be completed by Friday, October 28th!!!
 
2)     Check for your tryout number on the Boy’s Soccer School Website. Before tryouts, draw your number LARGE and dark on the front and back of a white T-shirt. Make sure the number is big and visible. Wear the shirt to every tryout.
 
3)     Transfer Students – players who attended another high school last year, be sure you see Peter Scarpelli, the Athletic Director, prior to tryouts.
 
The actual tryouts will begin the week of Nov. 7.  Specific dates and times will be announced and posted on the boy’s soccer school website at a later time. Everyone is guaranteed three days of tryouts. After our first round of cuts we may have subsequent tryout and cut days. 
 
Tryout Criteria
 
1) Academics – to be eligible for tryouts you must have a 2.0 GPA or better on your most recent report card. That means you must have a 2.0 or higher on your 1st quarter grades (October 7). If you do not have a 2.0 you are ineligible to try out – even if you have raised your grades since the end of the quarter!! If you have below a 2.0 you may be eligible for a waiver. Discuss this with your academic counselor.
 
Academics must always be a priority. Even if you have a higher than 2.0 during the season but your coach, parents, or guardians do not think you are living up to your academic capabilities, action may be taken.  Be sure to keep your grades up and be a stellar scholar-athlete.
 
2) Work ethic and attitude – We pride ourselves on being the classiest and hardest working team in high school soccer.  Our work habits and teachable attitude should be evident not only in tryouts and on the soccer field, but in the classroom and at home as well.  Players not interested in working hard or representing San Ramon Men’s Soccer in a positive way should consider a different activity.
 
3) Skills and fitness – We attempt to assemble the best possible teams for our program.  During tryouts you should be at the peak of your game. You should be able to demonstrate brilliant ball skills, intelligent decision-making, and the ability to play soccer at a sustained, intense rate.  As a gauge of your fitness you should be able to run 2 miles in the following times:
                                 Freshman – 14 minutes
                                 Junior Varsity – 13 minutes
                                 Varsity – 12 minutes
This will be part of the tryout criteria.
 
 
Miscellaneous Information and Reminders
** You must be cleared with the school before you tryout**
  • If you are playing a fall sport, you must complete that sport in its entirety before you try out. We support multiple sport athletes so do not panic. Once you have completed your fall sport then we will make arrangements for your soccer tryout.
 
  • Placement on a team. We will place a player on a team based upon what the coaching staff believes is best for the player and the program. For example, juniors in high school can be placed upon the Junior Varsity team. Freshman could be placed upon the Frosh, JV, or Varsity team. No sophomores will be placed upon the freshman team.
 
  • Mandatory Parent’s meeting – Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 7:00 PM in the Commons.
 
  • Costs: Anticipate a Club Donation of approximately $400.00. This includes all of your team practice gear, warm-ups, and other club expenses. If costs are any way probative please contact me. We have ways of helping with various costs!
  • School breaks:
  •   Thanksgiving Break – All teams play/practice the week of Nov. 21-26. All programs will have Thanksgiving Day off. Please plan travel accordingly. 
  • Winter Break – All teams will be off December 23- Dec. 26 and Dec.31 and Jan. 1. Please plan travel accordingly. If you have already made travel plans please contact me ASAP.
 
  • Awards night – Sunday, February 26 from 6-8pm in the school cafeteria/commons.
 
  • If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me at dbusboom@srvusd.net or check the Boy’s Soccer website.
 
Team Rules
 
We have two team rules for the San Ramon Valley Men’s Soccer Program.  To be a part of our program you and your parents must agree to the following:
 
1)     Practices – If you miss a practice you miss a game. If you miss 2 practices you are dismissed from the team.
 
Note: Obviously, life presents circumstances that soccer pales in comparison. Such things as death and serious illness in the family will certainly not jeopardize a student-athlete’s standing on the team. The key is communication. Communicate potential missed practices with your coach before the practice date.
 
2)     Personal conduct – Participating in activities such as alcohol, tobacco, or other drug use, theft, cheating, property destruction or on/off-campus violence may result in the dismissal from the team.
 

Your submission of the Intent to Tryout Google Form indicates you and your parents/guardians agree to adhere to these rules.

San Ramon Valley Boys Soccer

NCS Champions 1993, 2002, 2015
NCS Finalists 2009, 2011, 2012, 2016
NCS Semi-finalists 2000, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2013,2017, 2018
EBAL Champions 2002, 2005, 2007, 2015, 2016, 2017
COACHES

COACHES

Don Busboom
Program Coordinator/Varsity Coach
 
Andrew Lamont
Junior Varsity Coach
 
Jamie Kelley
Freshman Coach