Bronco Ultras '67 - SCU Tradition


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The Santa Clara University Men's Soccer program first competed in NCAA in 1967. In honor of that legacy the Bronco Ultras ‘67 Club was created.

The Bronco Ultras ‘67 Club is an exclusive club of dedicated and generous alumni, parents and friends who make contributions directly to the Santa Clara University men’s soccer program. Members’ donations to the Bronco Ultras ‘67 Club are used at the head coaches’ discretion to help fulfill strategic program initiatives not directly funded by the University.


For over forty years this program has always tried to provide everything necessary for our guys to compete nationally.  The University provides reasonable support but not all that is necessary to play for Championships.  In these pursuits there are always areas for us to address and improve.  One of those areas is to meet the shortfall of funding we have experienced over recent years. 

A couple of the areas we need to annually fundraise for are our preseason meals for the five weeks we are on campus before school starts and our recruiting budget to find the next Jide Ogunbiyi or Gabriel Romero.   The program always has needs but these are two of the most critical ongoing challenges.  In the end, we fundraise to stay competitive with other top schools.


Join Broncos Ultra '67

  • Support for the Bronco Ultras '67 can be accepted through Cash, Check or Credit Card. Questions?  Contact head coach Cameron Rast ( or 408-554-4784).
  • Gift-in-kind /  Trade – In lieu of monetary donations, products or services may be accepted to offset expenditures of the athletic department. These gifts must have prior approval by the Athletic Development staff. If accepted, fair market value is credited as a Bronco Ultras '67 donation.

  • Matching Gifts - The Bronco Ultras '67 meets the criteria for the matching gift programs of many companies. If your employer has such a program, you will receive credit for your gift and the company matching amount, potentially increasing your benefit level.

All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.