SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Glens Soccer Club announced today that midfielder Sabrina Weinman has signed on for the 2023 USL W League season, pending league approval.
The San Jose State captain brings leadership and experience, starting 19 of 22 games in 2022 as the Spartans won the Mountain West Tournament Final. She also earned All-Mountain West Second Team for the first time this past season, as well as All-Academic Mountain West for the fourth consecutive campaign.
“I’m so excited to play with the SF Glens this upcoming season,” said Weinman. “Hope to see you out there. Up the Glens!”
Originally from Bakersfield, California, the graduate of South High School has made an impact since her arrival in San Jose, earning Mountain West Newcomer of the Year as well in 2019.
“Sabrina is a versatile midfielder who can play all three midfield positions,” said Glens head coach Mike Sharabi. “Being a captain for San Jose State, we will be looking for her to bring those leadership qualities to our team.”
The San Francisco Glens are entering their first USL W League season in the NorCal Division. Open tryouts will take place March 11 at Skyline College. Register now at sfglens.com/tryouts.
ABOUT SAN FRANCISCO GLENS SC
With over 90 total teams and 1,100 youth and adult players, the San Francisco Glens are the largest and most diverse soccer club in The City. Founded in 1961, the Glens have established minor-league men’s team in USL League Two, a women’s team in the USL W League, and a comprehensive youth academy that includes a full pathway in MLS NEXT, the top youth league in America, right down to local micro soccer programs serving kids as young as Pre-K. Last year, the club announced the construction of a soccer-specific facility at Treasure Island with a targeted completion date by end of 2023.
As a community-focused 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Glens are proud to have never turned away a single player or family due to financial hardship thanks to internal fundraising efforts and a scholarship program that distributed over $200,000 last year alone. Visit us at sfglens.com and sfglensacademy.com.
ABOUT THE USL W LEAGUE
The USL W League is the nation’s premier pre-professional league developing the next generation of women’s soccer talent both on and off the field, enhancing the pipeline between college and professional soccer. Since the conclusion of the inaugural 2022 season, 25 W League alums have gone to sign a professional contract. In addition, seven players were drafted in the 2023 NWSL draft, and nine players have been invited to professional preseason training camps home and aboard. The USL W League strives to use women’s soccer as a force for societal good by creating a national platform to increase opportunity, gender equity, and career development. Visit uslwleague.com to learn more.