Brooke Kentera was born and raised in San Diego, playing for the San Diego Surf and then DI at the University of the Pacific for college. She made Big West All Conference honors her Junior and Senior years at Pacific. By day Brooke Co Founded and continues to operate ScoutingZone, a soccer recruiting company that connects players to college coaches at major showcase events across the country. She is passionate about imparting recruiting wisdom (obtained over the 9 years of working closely with college coaches) to our high school aged players looking to play at the next level.


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Tony Arnesen joined the Sharks coaching staff directly out of college.

Born and raised in San Diego, Tony Arnesen has played over 25 years of soccer at various levels. He started playing competitive soccer from an early age through the U18 level on different San Diego-based teams. He played both soccer and lacrosse throughout high school and briefly played soccer at the club collegiate level, while earning his BA in Music Industry from CSU Chico.

Arnesen begins his 10th year at the Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks where he’s been responsible for committing many players to NCAA divisions I-II-II as well as NAIA and Community College. He places a strong emphasis on helping student-athletes reach their goals to play at the highest levels, but also creates a great environment where the student aspect comes first and is the most important.

Tony places strong emphasis on work ethic, tactical understanding, strong team camaraderie, and a positive and encouraging environment where players can grow while maintaining passion for the sport.

Arnesen is the Women’s Head Coach for San Diego City College where they reached the State playoffs for the first time in program history in the 2021 season. He holds a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology from California Baptist University and is a Professor of Exercise Science at San Diego City College. He is also the Girl’s Varsity Head Coach for San Pasqual High School in Escondido and led them to a DIII-CIF Championship and Semi-Finalists in State. Arnesen holds a USSF National “D” License, Coerver Coaching Youth Diploma, NFHS Coaching Diploma, and Positive Coaching Alliance Double-Coach Certification.



Grad Year Player College
2022 Peyton J. CSU Chico
2022 Taylor R. San Francisco State
2022 Lauren F. San Francisco State
2022 Stefano B. Cal State San Marcos
2022 Mateo P. Bowdoin University
2022 Kai W. The University of Chicago
2022 Alex G. Chapman University
Grad Year Player College
2021 Ashlyn L. Lewis and Clark College
2021 Skyler W. Smith College
2021 Hannah B. Penn State Altoona
2021 Jordyn A. Goucher College
2021 Lauren W. Colorado State
2021 Riana K. San Diego City College
2021 Tessa F. San Diego City College
Grad Year Player College
2020 Cleo K. Colorado Mesa University
2020 Shiori D. New Mexico State University
2020 Olivia S. CSU Los Angeles
2020 Heather M. Texas Women's University
2020 Regina M. University of Redlands
2020 Fatima V. San Diego City College
2020 Veronica M. Rensselaer Polytechnic University
2020 Sydney S. San Diego City College
2020 Kiana J. San Diego City College
2020 Anais T. San Diego City College
2020 Chloe R. CSU San Marcos
2020 Sarah K. University of Portland
2020 Jordan R. San Jose State University
2020 Bianca A. San Jose State University
2020 Julia C. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2020 Jillian K. Middle Tennessee State University
2020 Sabrina C. Stetson University
2020 Mia S. University of Nevada Las Vegas
2020 Kacey D. Fairfield University
2020 Mia F. CSU Fullerton
2020 Bronwyn E. UC Santa Cruz
2020 Megan J. Eastern New Mexico University
Grad Year Player College
2019 Riley S. Dominican of California
2019 Karly K. Indiana Wesleyan University
2019 Anya O. Piedmont College
2019 Grace C. Arcadia University
2019 Riley L. Missouri Southern State University
2019 Alannah L. Occidental College
2019 Megan D. McNeese State
2019 Bella B. Alabama State University
2019 Mikaela K Cal Lutheran
2019 Jill W. Humboldt State
2019 Alexi V. CSU Chico
Grad Year Gender First Last College
2018 Girls Jayleen G Newberry College
2018 Girls Michaela R Arizona
2018 Girls Molly G Navy
2018 Girls Nicole A UCSD
2018 Girls Ava D Cal Poly SLO
2018 Girls Gabriela M Gonzaga
2018 Girls Cassidy L U of Washington
2018 Girls Sarah A. CSUSM
2018 Boys Landon G. CSUSM
2018 Boys Marley M. USD
2018 Girls Sarah T. New Mexico State
2018 Boys George B. Washington and Lee University
2018 Girls Mikaela C. Mills College
2018 Girls Arianna A. Mills College
2018 Girls Sarah J. Miramar College
2018 Girls Jasmine T. Miramar College
Grad Year Gender First Last College
2017 Girls Mikayla K UCSB
2017 Girls Rylie W U of Nevada
2017 Girls Katie L U of St. Thomas
2017 Girls Daniella N Villanova
2017 Girls Callie P Cal State Fullerton
Grad Year Gender First Last College
2016 Boys Elliot C Carnegie Melon
2016 Boys Patric K USD
2016 Boys Braden S Dartmouth
2016 Boys Milo B UC Santa Barbara
2016 Boys Kian V USD
2016 Boys Noah T Notre Dame de Namur
2016 Girls Riley D Navy
Grad Year Gender First Last College
2015 Girls Ellissya A UC Irvine
2015 Girls Kristen C Point Loma Nazarene
2015 Girls Crystal C NC State
2015 Girls Julianne M USD
2015 Girls Brooklyn G Fordham
2015 Girls Adriana G Notre Dame De Namur
2015 Girls Hannah K NC State
2015 Girls Franzisca K Stevens
2015 Girls Shelby L UC Irvine
2015 Girls Melissa L Santa Clara
2015 Girls Kirsten M Mercer
2015 Girls Gianna M Auburn
2015 Girls Natalie S UC Davis
2015 Girls Jordan S Long Beach State
2015 Girls Samantha S Clemson
2015 Girls Sydney W NC State
2015 Girls Brooke M Hawaii - Hilo
Grad Year Gender First Last College
2014 Girls Hailey H Pepperdine



Playing for the Sharks was simply amazing. I shared a jersey representing a club with the people that I will forever cherish. The memories I made with that team are irreplaceable and unbelievable. Stepping away from club soccer and entering into a college career has really illuminated the uniqueness of playing competitive soccer, sharing the field with girls from different schools and sharing experiences on and off the pitch. We all grew together into the soccer players and people we have become. The Sharks were so much more than just a soccer team, we were and still are family.


Being on the Sharks is being like a part of a family, it’s like I have 25 other sisters who always have my back both on and off the field. It’s a camaraderie that is indescribable, you are so close and you look out for one another whether it be bringing someone a water or driving 50 min to pick someone up it’s the little things that made it so special. The sharks will always be my team.



Our goal is to provide the opportunity for each of our players to train and play soccer in an environment where they can develop both individually and as a part of a team.

By providing a supportive yet challenging environment, we hope that all players will reach their full potential and play at the highest level possible for their ability.


@DMCVSharks - 4 years

We showed up in masses to the ECNL Phoenix National Showcase! Our 2002-2006 girls teams represented us last weekend ⚽️

@DMCVSharks - 4 years

Our Executive Director, Shannon, hanging with legends from ‘94 and ‘99 World Cup teams! Thank you to ICC Women for…

@DMCVSharks - 4 years

Congrats to Mia S. on G01/00 Crawford ECNL!! She was recently invited to participate in the Peruvian National Team’…

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