Welcome to the Como Park High School Girls Soccer Page. We have a program goal of adding some flavor back into the game. So what is “flavor” you say? Flavor is a unique way of playing, depending on the individual. Everyone has their own flavor in life, and we encourage girls to be creative, take some risks, and express their flavor on the field! When you look at top players in the world such as Ronaldo, Neymar, Messi, or Marta and Megan Rapinoe, they each have their own unique playing style. One is not better than another, just individual differences in the way they play. Each has grown up developing their own flavor, along with a true passion for the game. It’s this passion we strive to bring out of the girls in our program. We want them to love the game, and most importantly, have fun playing the game!
Soccer at Como Park High School involves much more than the game on the pitch. Our main goal is to help student athletes be college ready, whether they continue athletics or not. For the athletes interested in playing beyond high school, we continue to develop a network of local and national colleges, at all different competitive levels, where our girls can play. For the athletes not interested in college soccer, it is still our priority and mission to help them access the college of their choice. We will work with students individually, helping them take the correct steps during each academic year to reach their future goals.
Como Soccer is committed to service and gives back to the community by volunteering with local rec centers and The Sanneh Foundation, helping younger kids play the game we love. We also volunteer with organizations like Feed My Starving Children to help others around the world.
To learn more about the girls soccer program. Please contact coach Kyle at 651-442-5917 or email him here.
The 2014 season was dedicated to our athletic department coordinator, Maryhelen Tapio, who is fighting breast cancer. The varsity team finished third place in the conference with an impressive 8-4-0 record. Highlights from the season included dual wins over Harding Senior High School and a last second 'buzzer beater' victory in the first of two games with Johnson Senior High School.