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Meet Our New Coaches for Fall 2023

Updated: Aug 24, 2023

Alexia Estrada, Goalkeepers Coach

Coach Alexia started at City College of San Francisco and transferred to CSU Stanislaus State (NCAA Division II) program. She now plays for the University of San Francisco (NCAA Division I) and the Guatemala National Team. She has experience coaching various age groups but says “My passion is goalkeeping!”

Jason Mastrodonato, 2012 Girls Coach

Coach Jason joins San Carlos United after coaching for the Boston Scores and Volo Sports community-based programs. Jason grew up playing travel soccer in Rochester, N.Y., the hometown of Abby Wambach, before studying at Northeastern University in Boston. After a year of playing club soccer in Boston, he transitioned to the sidelines, where he began working with NU’s women’s soccer team in game production and later moved to a role in sports media. His 15-year career as a sportswriter has led him to the Boston Globe, the Boston Herald, and, currently, the San Jose Mercury News.

Lucas Monteiro, 2010 Girls Coach

Coach Lucas grew up in Brazil and started playing futsal and street soccer at a young age. After moving to the U.S., he played for a team in San Mateo and continued playing at Ralston Middle School, Carlmont High School, and Cañada College. During high school, he also gained experience as a referee. He remained involved in soccer throughout college by playing futsal and coaching tournaments. Most recently, he assisted a friend in setting up a soccer camp in San Diego.

Angelica Schira, U19 Women’s Team (2006 Girls) Assistant Coach

Coach Angelica played Division II soccer at Colorado School of Mines in Golden, where the Orediggers were two-time conference champions and reached the NCAA Elite Eight three times during her tenure. After a career-ending injury, she graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering and now works as a project manager in the tech industry. Angelica is passionate about helping young players pursue their dreams on the pitch and building the women’s game. On the weekends, you’ll catch her watching NWSL and USWNT games — leggo Bay FC!

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