Evaluated at EXACT Soccer SoCal Spring Regional 15 ID Camp (Girls) on 04/03/2015 by Coach Sanchez of San Diego State University

Skillset Overview

Technical Abilities - 89 / 100
Dribbling - Quality with ball at both feet. Good in tight spaces, and makes good use of moves to beat defenders.
Passing - Creates opportunities for teammates with accurate passes. Rarely over or under hits the ball.
Tactical Abilities - 89 / 100
Field Spacing - Highly active and involved in the attack. Gives good distance of support and passing angles for teammates.
Group Play - Play was elevated in team activities. Great understanding of your roles and responsibilities within a team.
Physical Abilities - 95 / 100
Endurance - Great work rate throughout camp. Showed endurance that helped effectiveness, especially late.
Explosiveness - Great quickness and explosiveness, especially in the first step or two.
Mental Abilities - 92 / 100
Coachable - Responds well to coaching. Asked good questions and seemed to enjoy the learning process.
Passion For The Game - Brings energy to every session that was contagious. Great approach to the game!
Coach's Comments
Like I have mentioned to you before, I really think one of your greatest strengths is your great attitude and a work rate. You brought energy and a positive attitude to every session. As a 2019 grad,this is a critical time for you to continue to develop technically and tactically so you still have the potential to become an impact player at the next level. Be sure to keep investing in your game.
Finishing is all about placement and composure mentally in front of scoring opportunities. Relax, find an open spot on the net and pass it firmly into the net … this is how you can score even more goals.
The more high level soccer you watch the better your soccer IQ (intelligence) will become. Don't just watch in on TV, but try to watch college games live where you can watch the players on and off the ball and especially those in your position.
The best way I know for this to happen is for you to start on the technical aspect ... the more comfortable you feel on the ball, the better you will feel about your play, and then it will give you confidence to try new skills, which will then increase your confidence and on and on. You have to believe in yourself even more than anyone else believes in you.
Evaluated at EXACT Soccer Southern California Regional 15 ID Camp (Girls) on 01/04/2015 by Coach Moraga of Whittier College

Skillset Overview

Technical Abilities - 92 / 100
Dribbling - Quality with ball at both feet. Good in tight spaces, and makes good use of moves to beat defenders.
Passing - Creates opportunities for teammates with accurate passes. Rarely over or under hits the ball.
Tactical Abilities - 89 / 100
Vision - Field vision is very good. Constantly checking over shoulders on and off ball allows for quick decisions.
Speed Of Thought - Has good ideas and tries to play fast. This will only help future growth.
Physical Abilities - 84 / 100
Endurance - Great work rate throughout camp. Showed endurance that helped effectiveness, especially late.
Agility - Showed good agility. Good body positioning and footwork helped you change directions quickly.
Mental Abilities - 89 / 100
Resistance To Stress - Maintains composure in pressure situations. Great job staying focused on the task at hand.
Coachable - Responds well to coaching. Asked good questions and seemed to enjoy the learning process.
Coach's Comments
Kaci is a 2019 grad and has a ton of potential. She is great technically with the ball and is comfortable with the ball at her feet and in pressure. She reads the game well for her age and is very coachable. Kaci also has a great motor and work rate. I feel with a couple more years of development she will be ready to play at the collegiate level.
In the middle of the field you need to be able to win balls in the air. If not then look to put yourself in areas in which you can win the second ball.
These are two things that aren't size dependent. Learn to be vocal in every situation which will help you become more of a leader. Playing in the midfield position, being vocal and leading those around you are very important.
We talked about this briefly, but make sure that you are putting the work in when it comes to the weight room. The college game is very physical so you need to make sure that you get stronger physically each year.
 

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