Bellarmine fields three teams in Soccer: Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshman. Soccer is a cut sport with consistently over 150 students trying out for the teams year after year. The Freshman team will consists of 20-22 players, 20-24 at JV, and 24-26 at the Varsity level.
Bellarmine Soccer has a rich history of success. The Bells have won the most WCAL titles at every level (V, JV, Frosh) and the Varsity program has won more CCS titles than any other school. More recently, the 2019-20 team earned the school's 20th CCS Championship by winning the Open Division title. Bellarmine Varsity Soccer team has won the CCS Championship the past three years (2018-2020). The team then went on to participate in the NorCal tournament for the 3rd straight year (NorCal playoffs began in 2018).”
The Varsity team is led by Conor Salcido ‘07. Coach Salcido played for Bellarmine when he was a student, winning both WCAL and CCS championships as an athlete. He began coaching the Frosh level during the 2012-2013 season, winning 3 WCAL championships as Head Coach before accepting the role of Head of Program for Soccer in 2015-2016. Since taking over the program, Bellarmine soccer has won multiple WCAL and CCS titles along with the program’s first NorCal Championship. Conor is very proud of his program and players, and is thankful for his amazing coaching staff who share his vision and goals for the teams. Conor is assisted by Brandi Chastain and Jeff Rhodes ‘89 at the Varsity level. JV coaches are Nick Butler ’11 and Ryan Masch ‘13. Frosh Coaches are Matt Marquess and Jesus Palomino.