Field Status Notification (for practice fields only): 

  • Alameda Point fields are OPEN Tuesday January 6, 2015 and will remain so until further notice.
  • For all weekend rainout closures please refer to the Jack London Youth Soccer Sports League website - http://www.jlysl.org for official announcements





Alums in the NCAA Tournament

Use the brackets to find game feeds and follow the excitment of postseason action (note that all game times are listed as EST). 


NCAA Division I Women Bracket

Stanford and Bay Oaks alum Ryan Walker-Hartshorn will be competing in the NCAA College Cup this weekend.  The Cardinal gets there after winning the penalty kick shootout over Florida on November 28th.   It is Stanford’s fifth trip to the College Cup in the last six years, and they are gunning for the program’s second national championship.   They will face Florida State on Friday, December 5th at 4:30 pm PST.  If they win, they will play in the national championship match on Sunday at 10:00 am PST against the winner of the Virginia – Texas A & M semifinal.   

NCAA Division I Men’s Bracket


Impressively, Bay Oaks had three alums competing in the NCAA Men’s Soccer Sweet 16 round this past weekend.  Although none will be moving on, we congratulate these players on their fine seasons, as all were key contributors to their team’s success.


Max Oldham finished an impressive career at Cal with tough 3-2 loss against Pac-12 rival UCLA.   Cal battled back from a deficit twice in the game, but couldn’t pull even at the end.  Max is part of the senior class at Cal that is credited with bringing the program back to national heights during the four-year span of their careers.  


Also playing in his final collegiate game this weekend was Charlie Ranahan at the University of Washington.  The Huskies couldn’t survive their second straight penalty shootout, losing on kicks to Michigan State in the round of 16.   


UC Irvine and Noah Gaines were knocked off by No. 11 Providence in a tight 1-0 battle.  The Anteaters had one of their best seasons in history, with 16 victories matching the program’s single-season record.  Winning two matches in the NCAA tournament was a first for the program and with two more years of eligibility remaining, Noah will look to help his team take things even further in future seasons. 


NCAA Division II


No Bay Oaks alums are competing on the DII national stage, but you can follow the action and do some research on top Division II programs!

Division II Men’s Bracket

Division II Women’s Bracket


NCAA Division III

No Bay Oaks alums are competing on the DIII national stage, but you can follow the action and do some research on top Division III programs!

Division III Women’s Bracket

Division III Men’s Bracket



No Bay Oaks alums are competing on the NAIA national stage, but you can follow the action and do some research on top NAIA programs!

NAIA Men’s Bracket

NAIA Women’s Bracket