Magnus FC, soccer club was established in 2014 to provide the most advance level of soccer training, education and competition to motivated youth players in the Corona/Eastvale/Norco tri-city community. Magnus's licensed and professional coaching staff nurtures a year round competitive soccer environment. Magnus FC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
College signing day is always a landmark moment for student athletes. The ultimate goal of the club is to produce players with enough ability and creativity to play at the college level or beyond. Each individual athlete has their own focus and driving force. When that drive aligns with the instruction of MFC, you produce some pretty astounding results. Nycole (Goose) Bibaeff-Hirigoyen recently excepted a scholarship to attend and play soccer at the CSUSB. We decided to take a moment to get her perspective on the event.
I asked a few questions for the website.
MFC: How difficult was the recruiting process?
Goose: The recruiting process wasn’t that difficult it’s just a matter of getting all of your schools together and making sure you get business taken care of.
MFC: How often do you train with your club (Magnus FC)?
Goose: I train with my club 4 sometimes 5 days a week depending on coaches.
MFC: Do you have any advice for the younger Magnus players coming up?
Goose: The best advice I could give would probably be to keep your grades up and focus on getting one step better everyday ...when one door closes, another one opens.
|Nycole (Goose) Bibaeff-Hirigoyen||California State University, San Bernardino|
|Jackie Montes||University of Sioux Falls|
|Daniel Coe||UC Riverside|
|Nadine Correa||Corban University|
|Jessica Samano||UC Riverside|
|Vianna Villa||Northwestern Oklahoma St. University|
|Maricruz Enriquez||Chaminade University of Honolulu|
|Alexis Stein||University of La Verne|
|Gabi Gil||University of Sioux Falls|