.......... Matador Soccer Field .......

Matador Soccer Field is the home venue for the Cal State Northridge men's and women's soccer teams.

Keith West

Womens Head Soccer Coach



Keith West is in his 11th season as head coach of the Matadors womens soccer team. The Matadors are 87-93-17 under West.


CSUN went 11-8-1 and 4-3-1 in conference play in 2015. The team matched its best six-game start in 10 seasons by going 5-1. Four Matadors earned All-Big West Conference honors including Cynthia Sanchez (First Team), Kourtney Kutscher (First Team), Kendall Moskal (Second Team) and Lindsay Kutscher (All-Freshman Team).


In 2014, the Matadors went 7-11-2 during the regular season but did earn their way into the postseason with a 4-3-1 conference record. CSUN clinched its fifth appearance over the last six years in the Big West Conference Championship tournament. The Matadors dropped a hard fought contest 1-0 to Cal State Fullerton in the conference semifinals. Six Matadors earned All-Conference honors including Leandra Walker (1st Team), Taylor Hobson (1st Team), Brittanie Sakajian (Honorable Mention), Lyndsey Preston (Honorable Mention), Jovani McCaskill (Honorable Mention) and Cynthia Sanchez (Honorable Mention).




Jenny Ruiz-Williams

Assistant Womens Soccer Coach


Jenny Ruiz-Williams joined the women’s soccer team staff as an assistant coach in February 2018. Ruiz-Williams works with the team’s defense.


Originally from Anaheim, Ruiz-Williams most recently served as a director and coach of the Nashville Football Club since 2014 as she managed the development of the girls academy and mentored players on regional teams who have competed in international competitions. While in Tennessee, Ruiz-Williams also worked as a selection and district training coach for the Tennessee Olympic Development Program and Player Development Program.


Ruiz-Williams has been the girls academy director and coach at the Palo Alto Soccer Club from 2010-2013 and in 2015. She was also a director and coach with Elite Academy for Girls in the San Francisco Bay area.




Cynthia Rosas

Assistant Womens Soccer Coach


Cynthia Rosas is in her first season as an assistant coach to the womens soccer team. She works primarily with the Matador goalkeepers and the defense.


Rosas left a lasting imprint in the history of the womens soccer program after a stellar four-year career from 2009-2012. An owner of numerous Matador all-time records, Rosas earned 33 career wins in goal for the Matadors, helping lead CSUN to both its first Big West Conference Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance in 2012.


She is the Matador leader in career minutes in goal (6,059), goals-against-average (0.80), shutouts (27.0) and wins while also ranking third in saves (282). Rosas also holds several all-time season records including posting the most minutes in goal (2,034) and shuouts (11.0) in a season (2012). Her 0.30 goals-against-average in 2009 is also the the lowest GAA of any Matador in a single season in team history.




Ivan Alzate

Volunteer Assistant Womens Soccer Coach


Ivan Alzate returns back to sidelines at CSUN as he joins the womens soccer staff for the 2016-17 year. An accomplished player and veteran coach, Alzate has previously assisted on the coaching staff for both the womens soccer and mens soccer teams for nine combined seasons dating back to 1997.


Alzate served as a member of the mens soccer coaching staff from 1997-1999 and the 2004 campaign under current mens soccer head coach Terry Davila. For the womens soccer program, Alzate assisted the coaching staff from 2000-2004.


Along with his coaching stints with CSUN, Alzate has also coached youth club soccer since 1990. He has currently been serving as the Real So Cal head coach.




Tom Hutchison

Director of Soccer Operations


Tom Hutchison is in his fifth season as Director of Soccer Operations.


His duties include organizing team travel arrangements and coordinating apparel. A native of the San Fernando Valley, Hutchison graduated from San Fernando Valley State College (now Cal State Northridge) in 1971.


He retired from the Department of Recreation and Parks after 32 years of service to the City of Los Angeles in 1998. Tom has worked with Matador Athletics for the past nine years before his appointment to the baseball staff from 2006 to 2012. In addition to his duties mentioned above, “Big Tom” also assisted the baseball team with fundraising, spearheading the Matador Diamond Club effort, and coordinates game film for the Matadors.



Terry Davila

Mens Head Soccer Coach


Head Coach?Terry Davila begins his 17th season at the helm of the Matador mens soccer program at Northridge in 2015. A five-time Big West Mens Soccer Coach of the Year, Davila has led CSUN to six NCAA Tournament Appearances while producing 12 Major League Soccer draft picks in his tenure with the Matadors.


Under Davilas watch, CSUN captured both the 2003 and 2005 Big West Championships and then won the Big West Tournament title in 2012. The team also participated in the postseason in 2002, 2004 and 2013, hosting NCAA Tournament matches in 2005, 2012 and 2013. The Matadors advanced to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 in the 2005 tournament, defeating UC Santa Barbara at Matador Soccer Field in the Round of 32.


Among the Matadors to reach the top professional league in the United States (MLS) are former Matadors Sean Franklin, Rafael Garcia, Daniel Paladini, Joe Barton, Benjamin Benditson, Willie Sims, Chad Borak and Joe Franco. In the 2015 MLS Superdraft, the Matadors set a new program record by having two players (Sagi Lev-Ari and Edwin Rivas) selected in the same class.