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5.6% of soccer players make a college roster: be one of them.

RECRUITING IS OVERWHELMING

We get it, the college recruiting process is complicated and stressful. 30 years of experience with the journey from high school to college soccer has taught us as much. Add to the complexity, there are literally thousands of athletes competing for limited soccer roster spots. In fact, only 5.6% of high school soccer players go on to play soccer in college. 

The competition is intense for roster spots. To give ... read more

7 Steps To Get Recruited To Play Soccer In College

The College Soccer Recruiting Process

There is more to the college soccer recruiting process than simply performing well on the soccer field. The truth is that both women’s and men’s college soccer teams at the NCAA D1, D2, or D3 levels have a lot of prospective soccer players to select. Depending on the college and NCAA division, you can be competing with hundreds of recruits for only 4 – 10 roster spots per team. This means that as a prospective student athlete, it can’t be stressed enough how important it is to be proactive and assertive in the college soccer recruiting process. read more

4 Steps To Identify Which NCAA Division I Should Aim For When Pursuing College Soccer

IDENTIFY YOUR LEVEL

Evaluating your own level soccer ability is often a difficult, but important process. As a soccer player about to begin your college recruiting process it is important to understand where you fit in, how good you are, and what divisions and schools you should be looking at. Usually parents don’t have a clear idea of what levels of ability are required at NCAA DI, DII and DIII schools. Even if you know what NCAA Division you should be aiming for, there is a wide range of schools within each division when it comes to the strength of the soccer team. Following the 4 steps below read more

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