Three players from the San Bernardino Valley College men's soccer team will be heading to four-year schools this fall.
Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player Tony Vallejo (Moreno Valley Valley View) has signed with Cal Poly Pomona. Vallejo had 10 goals and eight assists in conference play last season, finishing the year with 11 goals and 10 assists overall. Vallejo also earned All-Southern California region honors from the California Community College Soccer Coaches Association.
All-State forward Fred Zaragoza (Thermal Desert Mirage) also is expected to attend Cal Poly Pomona this fall. Zaragoza led the Wolverines with 13 goals and four assists last season, as the team won its second consecutive Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championship. Zaragoza was also on the All-PCAC first team for his work.
Defender David Schleshinger II (Riverside La Sierra) will be attending Adams State in Colorado this fall. The shut-down defender had one assist and was an All-PCAC Honorable Mention selection his sophomore year.