Girls soccer has thrived at Thacher since the School went co-ed in 1978. Thacher teams embrace and focus on hard work, fundamentals of the sport, and healthy competition as they play on the storied and newly renovated Upper Field under view of Ojai’s Twin Peaks. Whether a student hopes to perfect her instep drive or simply learn what an instep drive is, there is room for all levels of experience in the program, as each year Thacher fields a JV and varsity team.
In 2005 the team made history by making it to the CIF quarterfinals for the first time ever, as well as capturing the league title. In 2009, the varsity team continued its run of successful play, making the tournament for the 19th consecutive year. In the past four years, the team has won two Condor League titles and qualified for the CIF playoff three out of the four seasons. Players from the Thacher program have gone on to play at places like Colby and Vassar.
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