Bryce Bookhamer

/Bryce Bookhamer

Bryce Bookhamer

Bryce Bookhamer
Goalkeeping Director
Coach Experience : Ballistic United FC – Pleasanton CA –

Summer 2013 & 2012-          Goalkeeper Coach –

  • Supervised goalkeeper training sessions –
  • Demonstrated and taught goalkeeping techniques –
  • Encouraged players to try new skills and use them in game situations

SoccerPlus Camps – California State Fullerton  July 7-12, 2013 – July 8-13, 2012 California State East Bay  July  14-19, 2013 – July 15-20, 2012 –

Goalkeeper Staff Coach

  • Taught proper technique in the technical, physical,    tactical and mental areas of goalkeeping –
  •  Helped build confidence and character in the student athletes –
  • Supervised student athletes on and off the field –
  • Assisted the directors –
  • Wrote student athletes evaluations and recommendations for future training
Playing Experience : Collegiate Athletics California State East Bay –

Goalkeeper 2010 to present –

  • NCAA All Region team 2010 –
  • 4000 minutes in goal –
  • +300 saves –
  • Captain 2010 to present –
  • 2nd most saves in the country for D2 over four year career

AS A JUNIOR (2012): Appeared in 16 games with nine starts…Allowed 1.20 goals per match with 33 saves…Recorded eight saves in a shutout victory over Sonoma State.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Allowed 2.77 goals per game with 83 saves…Recorded one shutout…Topped the CCAA in saves (76) and saves per game (4.75).

AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Led the CCAA in saves (149) and saves per game (8.76)…Also ranked third in the CCAA for save percentage (.828) and third in Division II in both saves and saves per match…Selected to the NSCAA All-Region Third Team.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Prepped at Great Oak High School…Named first-team All-CIF Southern Section for the 2008-09 season after helping guide the Wolfpack to the CIF Division III title…Earned All-Valley First Team honors during sophomore and junior seasons…Led Great Oak to back-to-back Southwestern League championships…Played his club soccer with United FC, along with five other East Bay signees…Helped the third-ranked club in the nation take the 2009 California State Cup and make a U.S. Youth Soccer Region IV finals appearance.

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