Meet Our Team

Dave Simeone

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Dave Simeone brings over 30 years of experience from coaching and managing players, programming and staff in roles ranging as a state director of coaching in both North and South Texas, with U.S. Soccer as both a national staff instructor and coach within the U.S. national teams' program. Dave has also served on the educational staff with United Soccer Coaches. Since 2004 he's successfully concentrated in the club environment directing and coaching.


Simeone has continued to expand his application of organizational behavior to clubs, their structure, and effective functioning.


Since 2016 he has served as an adjunct faculty member at both Washington State University and Indiana University in Sport Management.

Sandy Davison

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Sandy Davison's success in the club environment and as a coach in NCAA Division I Women's soccer is well documented. In her roles as an assistant coach Sandy has contributed to steering programs into conference tournaments or the NCAA Division I post season on eight occasions. 


In roles involving coaching, directing and managing at the club level teams and programs have excelled at the state, regional and national levels. As a head regional coach with USYS these selections have had outstanding results internationally as well as domestically. Davison has also served as an assistant coach with the U.S. U17 Women's National Team.

Endorsement

"The Pleasanton RAGE has had the distinction of being a top rated, nationally recognized girls soccer program, however our board of directors felt we needed a fresh and experienced perspective not only regarding the health of our own club but also in relation to the changing face of youth soccer today. Dave Simeone's depth of experience and his knowledge of the national and international scope of soccer, combined with timely and in depth analysis, enabled us to initiate changes that would help us to continue to serve the needs of our members, players, parents and community by building and maintaining a top notch competitive club." 


John Cligny

     Vice President RAGE Soccer