Women's Soccer Kick-Off Fundraiser - August 6, 2017

Women's Soccer Kick-Off Fundraiser - August 6, 2017

  • Dunseth to Speak at Fourth-Annual Kick-Off Fundraiser

    Posted: Jun 26, 2017

    FULLERTON, Calif. --- Titan family, friends, fans and alumni are invited to join the Cal State Fullerton women's soccer team for its fourth-annual Kick-Off Fundraiser on Sunday, Aug. 6 at Golleher Alumni House.

    This year's event will feature guest speaker, Brian Dunseth (1995, '96), a Titan Soccer Alum, Olympian, eight-year Major League Soccer veteran and current Real Salt Lake soccer analyst.

    Guests will also be treated to delicious food and beverages, the chance to mix and mingle with the 2017 women's soccer team and coaching staff, and a silent auction.

    "This event has truly become a wonderful way to kick off our season," 11th-year head coach Demian Brown said. "We are always so happy to spend this time with our fans, alumni and boosters."

    All proceeds will directly benefit the women's soccer program.

    Register HERE

    The day begins with the annual Blue-Orange Scrimmage at Titan Stadium with kick-off scheduled for 2 p.m., followed by the fundraiser at 4 p.m.

    SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 2017
    Blue vs. Orange Scrimmage: 2:00pm
    Kick-Off Fundraiser: 4:00pm

    Blue vs Orange Scrimmage: Titan Stadium
    Kick-Off Fundraiser: Golleher Alumni House
    800 N. St. College Blvd.
    Fullerton, CA 92831

    If you have any questions please contact Lauren Schoenherr at 657-278-7034 or laschoenherr@fullerton.edu.


    Bordeaux Sponsor - $1,000
    Includes ten tickets, signage at the event, autographed team ball, Titan Soccer gear, and a complimentary wine basket

    Lager Sponsor - $750
    Includes eight tickets, signage at the event, autographed team ball, and Titan Soccer gear

    Individual Ticket - $75
    Includes food and drinks

    Register HERE

    Prior to 2016, the Titans had won three consecutive Big West Tournament titles and made three straight NCAA tournament appearances, including tying USC, 3-3, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Nov. 13, 2015, but failing to advance to the second round on penalty kicks.

    In addition, the Titans won a share of the 2015 Big West Conference regular season championship, marking the third time in the last five years (2012, 2014, 2015), the Titans earned the title as well as the program's eighth regular season championship overall.

    In 2016, Cal State Fullerton had six players nab Big West All-Conference honors. Sarah Fajnor, who will be returning for her senior season in 2017, was the Titans lone selection to the Big West All-Conference First Team after leading the Big West in goals scored during conference games.

    Connie Caliz and Tala Haddad were each named to the Big West All-Conference Second Team while goalkeeper Jennifer Stuart earned Honorable Mention. Atlanta Primus and Savannah Sloniger were each named to the Big West All-Freshman Team.

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    Next "Baseball's Dinner With The Titans," is believe this to be the premier event of the school year. Don't miss it!!

  • FULLERTON, Calif. --- Golleher Alumni House held the fourth annual kick-off fundraiser on Sunday night. The wine mixer drew 200 people to attend and partake in a silent auction, and a call for donations to raise money for the Cal State Fullerton women's soccer team.

    Attendees got a special opportunity to interact with the 2017 squad after their Blue Orange Scrimmage. Guests were treated to dinner and drinks as the night went on. Athletic director Jim Donovan spoke on behalf of the athletic department thanking all the guests.

    "So much of what we do is dependent on you guys as supporters," said head coach Demian Brown to the audience. "From the bottom of our heart and on behalf of the women's soccer program we thank all of you." With the support of those who donated, the Titans raised a record amount of $22,000 for the program.

    Proud alumni and special guest, Brian Dunseth spoke about his journey and how his time as a student athlete here at Cal State Fullerton defined him. Dunseth played alongside head coach Demian Brown during their time here and was happy to be back on campus with his Titan family. Dunseth accredits his start here for helping him with all that he would accomplish in his life. Dunseth went on to play for the US Soccer Men's National Team.

    The Titans start back at practice on Monday as they look forward to Saturday's exhibition game against San Diego State 5 p.m. PT at Titan Stadium.