College soccer season is incredibly busy, but recruiting never stops. Coaches want to hear from PSAs(Prospective Student Athletes). High schoolers are always told to make their emails “personal,” “make it unique,” “show that you actually did some homework about that school or that team.” HOW is that done? “Give a man a fish, and you feed
Category: Recruiting Tips
You are the manager of a competitive club soccer team full of players with dreams of landing roster spots on college soccer teams. Your team has been accepted into a college showcase, and everyone is excited. The team has prepared, you’ve been reminding your players to contact college coaches, the recruiting flyers are looking great,
Your team has been accepted into an amazing soccer showcase tournament. All of the players and parents are excited about playing in front of college coaches against great competition. You’ll be preparing yourself and your players in the days leading up to the showcase. During the tournament, you’ll be patrolling the sidelines, handing out recruiting
Memorial Day weekend is the traditional beginning of summer, and it is also the beginning of the summer recruiting season for college coaches. Teams have been working on their skills, looking to collect hardware for the trophy case as well as attract the attention of college coaches on the sidelines. The players will be putting
College soccer scholarships are very rarely “free rides,” and college is getting more and more expensive every year. Many competitive soccer families find themselves in a difficult financial situation in the years leading up to their athlete leaving for college: They are in the middle and upper-middle class economic ranges, and even though they don’t feel
A hammer sitting on a shelf is just a hunk of metal and wood — you have to USE the hammer the right way for it to be useful. There are many college search tools, and they are just that — TOOLS that need to be used. Here are FREE search tools you can use to
As you’re planning your Spring & Summer college visits, your to-do list just got one item longer: ATHLETIC PHYSICAL. If you’re a junior or senior in high school, looking to attend an ID camp or train with a college team for a day, the college coach might request a physical. You should have one on hand,
If you are in the graduating class of 2017, this is for you and your family! You’re probably already aware of that lovely acronym: FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Every student who will be receiving any sort of aid (including an athletic scholarship!) must fill out the FAFSA. In the past, seniors in
CLICK HERE for the RSF Attack Soccer College Recruiting Guide (plain text pdf). CLICK HERE for the NCAA Eligibility Center 2015-2016 Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete. You can purchase a pack of 25, or you can download the free pdf.
Hey mom & dad! College coaches are looking at YOU, too!