Isa holds lessons on Mondays through Saturdays in Lynnwood, WA
Isa is originally from the village of Umatac, Guam, but was raised in the states. For the past ten years, she has played at RCL Division 1 under top nation programs and teams – competing in tournaments such as Surf Cup CA, Crossfire Nike Challenge WA, Presidents Day Tournament AZ, Players College Showcase NV, WA Rush Cup, Northern California Spring Showcase, etc.
Outside of league play, Isa has been blessed to train with the famous former US Women’s National Soccer Team Coach, Tony Dicicco, and his sons, Drew and Nick Dicicco, who are famous Professional Men’s Soccer Players/Coaches. Isa represents their competitive international traveling team US SoccerPlus. Her last tournament with the Dicicco’s took place in Europe 2016, where they went undefeated and became champions. Alongside US teams, Isa is proud to represent her island under the Guam Women’s National Team with Coach Belinda Wilson. She has been playing for the Guam National Team for the past six years,
In addition to her extensive playing experience, Isa has coached teams and individual players in Washington and California. Just recently in Guam, she finished her season coaching the US Navy McCool Middle School Girls Soccer Team and the ZES Development Academy and Soccer Club.
Isa is located in Lynnwood but is willing to travel to Shoreline, Edmonds, and Mountlake Terrace locations for trainings as well. Isa is available Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday 4pm-5:30pm, and Sat 9am-5:30pm.
Isa says – “I love to share my international, competitive soccer experiences through the drills I have my players perform. Not only learning the physical parts of the game, but the mental, tactical, and strategic aspects as well. It is important to me with each training, we always begin with ACL Prevention exercises within the warm-ups. In my sessions, I strive to cover perfection with the technicality of the basics, conditioning games, specialized agility workouts, creative passing patterns, challenging possession grids, set pieces, footing, soccer IQ, and how to be a positive role model. Building a safe and welcoming environment and soccer family for my players is always my top priority. And I am open to working with any player, regardless of age.”
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