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Athletic News

The latest news, releases, scores and features about the St. Francis Athletics teams and the Troubadours.

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Soccer Seeded Sixth in Division I

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The St. Francis soccer team is seeded sixth in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I bracket released Friday afternoon.

“We are working really hard in practice,” said senior Arianna Avila. “It is what makes us a good team because we push each other to the max so during the playoffs it will payoff.”

The Troubadours hope the payoff will be a long playoff run.  SF will open at home (Granite Regional Park) on Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 3 p.m. against Modesto. The Panthers are 13-3-3 on the season with a 9-1-2 league mark in the Modesto Metro Conference.

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Soccer Preps for Playoffs with 6-0 Win
Seven Seniors Recognized Pregame

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The St. Francis soccer team sent out their seniors with a 6-0 win over Monterey Trail Thursday in the final regular season tune-up for the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs.

“I am very pleased,” said Head Coach Maryclaire Robinson. “We came out and were professional. My concern was focus. Senior Day is always an emotional, heart-felt event. For us to be able to share in that and tuck a few away early on changes the game.”

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Basketball Seeded Sixth in the Sac-Joaquin Section Bracket

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The St. Francis basketball team was awarded a No. 6 seed in the Sac-Joaquin Section playoff bracket announced on Thursday.

The Troubadours defeated Grant on Wednesday 71-32 to claim the Delta League Championship title. The Troubadours improved to 13-1 overall in league play and garnered the No. 1 seed from the league. It is the second consecutive league title for the team and 15th overall in school history.

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Athletics News – 2/17/17

This Week in Troubie Sports…

Spring Sports start this week while basketball and soccer start Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs. Both teams are likely to host playoff games next week so look for updates on the Athletic website and on social media. For a complete list of Athletic Events, click here.

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Soccer Wins Late vs. Franklin 3-2

ELK GROVE Calif. – Sophomore Janae DeFazio scored the game winner in extra time to give St. Francis a 3-2 win over Franklin on Tuesday.

Savannah Tijerino-Santos scored in the fourth minute to give the Troubadours a 1-0 lead. The assist came off passes from Elise Urkov pass and Janae DeFazio, who connected with Santos.

Franklin tied the game on a penalty kick in the 32nd minute and took the lead half way into the second half on a second PK.

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Basketball Celebrates Seniors with Win

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Seniors Julia Razo and Janae Fairbrook led St. Francis to a 74-32 win over Sheldon on a night they were celebrated in their final regular season home game.

“It has been one of the best experiences knowing there are so many people here that love and support us,” said Fairbrook, who scored four points on with four three-pointers. “It was a great night.”

Season highlight

2016 Volleyball Highlights

  • St. Francis advanced to the CIF Northern California Regional semifinals before losing to eventual state champion Valley Christian in the Division II bracket. The sixth-seeded Troubadours upset No. 3 seed Whitney in the quarterfinals to advance. SF also defeated No. 11 Windsor.
  • St. Francis advanced to the Sac-Joaquin Section semifinals before losing to eventual section champion Whitney. The Troubies were the No.
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Basketball Continues Win Streak

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Julia Razo scored a game-high 27 points as St. Francis posted an 85-44 victory over Monterey Trail. The Troubadours have now won 11 consecutive games.

Razo scored 17 points in the first half as SF took control of the game. Classmate Janae Fairbrook added three triples in the first quarter and Jackie Koerwitz scored 10 of her 16 in the first half.

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Athletics News – 2/10/17

This Week in Troubie Sports…

Spring Sports tryouts and practices continue, while basketball and soccer regular season play wraps up. Basketball will celebrate their seniors on Monday, Feb. 13, while soccer will have senior Day on Thursday, Feb. 16. Both teams will host Booster Ques in conjunction with the events.  For a complete list of Athletic Events, click here.

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Get to Know: Soccer’s #3 Allie Cloninger

Junior Allie Cloninger is in her second season on the varsity team and third overall in the SF soccer program. She has five career goals, scoring four as a freshman on the JV team and one last season in her first season with the varsity. She is considering studying biopsychology or psychology in college. She plans to consider Cal Poly next year and has two older siblings. Sister Katie graduated in 2013 and also played soccer for the Troubies.

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Softball Tryout Update

Softball Tryout Update: Team will have tryouts on campus with physical checks, permission slips handed out on Monday from 3:30-5:30 p.m. If there is bad weather on Tues, Wed, Thurs. tryouts will be conducted at BATS (6484 Florin Perkins Road) at the indoor cages, pitching area and fielding area. There is no cost. Times for workouts at BATS if necessary: Varsity: 3:30 p.m. JV: 4:00 p.m.

Athletic Event New Dining Hall

Junior Varsity Soccer Banquet

The 2017 St. Francis JV Soccer banquet will be held Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 6 p.m. in the New Dining Hall on campus. Cost is $10 per person. Student-athletes and coaches are covered by the Athletic Department. Questions: Contact Assistant AD Steven Shaff at Please RSVP by February 17.


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