Contra Costa College women’s soccer team plays in the Bay Valley Conference
Contra Costa College women’s soccer program represents not only the development of the athlete on the field but also, academic discipline, professionalism and sportsmanship. The connections we make on the field are carried throughout the rest of our lives. Being a part of the women’s soccer program at Contra Costa College is something that both the players and coaches take pride in.
For additional information please contact: Brittany Castillo, Head Coach for Women’s Soccer, Gym Annex, room 13; 2600 Mission Bell Drive, San Pablo, CA; 510-215-4791
Brittany Castillo was born in Richmond, CA. After going to a SDSU for one year right out of high school, Brittany moved back to the Bay Area and attended Contra Costa College. She went on to play soccer and softball for CCC. While at CCC Brittany played in the Sophomore bowl after her second year and began playing for the WPSL during summer breaks. After obtaining her AA from Contra Costa, Brittany transferred to San Francisco State University where she played soccer and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communications to later earn her Master’s Degree in Communication as well.
Brittany began her coaching career as Hercules High School’s first head varsity coach and continued coaching in leagues and schools throughout the Bay Area ever since. She’s been a trainer at Solano Soccer Club for 8 years, assistant coach for UC Berkeley’s Club team for 2 years, and been a youth coach in the area. Brittany’s played for the WPSL, most recently with the Tottenham Hotspurs who took first in their division in 2015, advancing to regionals.
Brittany is a proud military wife and enjoys spending time with her family, chasing after her son, Dash. When Brittany’s not on the field or with her family, she’s doing crossfit, craft fairs, or cooking.