Scripps Ranch Women’s Athletic Club
The Scripps Ranch Women’s Athletic Club (SRWAC) is a nonprofit organization whose goal is to provide the residents of Scripps Ranch and nearby communities with sports programs and sports-related support. The SRWAC offers basketball, volleyball, and soccer leagues throughout the year for women 25 years of age or older, as well as coed softball.
Our fundraising and volunteer efforts are focused in Scripps Ranch: we provide several scholarships annually for local high school senior girls, support youth and high school sports programs, and sponsor Symphony in the Park. Please visit our website at www.srwac.org for more information about our organization and registration details for our sports leagues. Please check us out on Facebook—we hope you “Like” us!
Women’s Volleyball League
The SRWAC offers a fun, recreational volleyball league for women 25 years of age or older on Wednesdays from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at the Scripps Ranch Recreation Center. Visit www.srwac.org for details.
Women’s Basketball League
The winter season of the SRWAC basketball league started in February. Games are played on Monday nights at the Scripps Ranch Recreation Center. We are looking for new players for the spring season. Please visit www.srwac.org.
Women’s Soccer League
The winter season of the SRWAC soccer league began in January. We play on Wednesday nights from 7:30 to 9 pm. See www.srwac.org for more information.
Scripps Ranch Soccer Club
Competitive team tryouts for players born from 2002 to 2006 will be held in February. Please check the Scripps Ranch Soccer Club (SRSC) website at http://soccer.scrippsranchsc.com for specific information.
Tryouts for players born from 1999 to 2001 will be in early April. Stay tuned for more specific information in the near future. Tryouts for the youngest players was held in January.
All youth interested in playing competitive soccer are invited to try out. For more information about the SRSC and tryouts, please visit our website.
The SRSC is a nonprofit group founded in 1982. More than 1,500 kids play in our program—competitive and recreational—ranging from 5 to 19 years old.