Do You have Players Planning to Play Soccer in College?

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Did you know that US Youth Soccer is an official partner of Next College Student Athlete (NCSA), the largest and most-successful collegiate athletic recruiting network in the U.S.? With the new school year fast approaching and college coaches updating their recruiting boards, great time to help your athletes get more recruiting exposure with a free NCSA Team Edition account.

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There’s a good chance that families already turn to you for help with recruiting—even if you don’t believe that is your role. Fortunately, the Team Edition platform helps all coaches—regardless of club size or level of play—get involved in recruiting in a way that makes sense for you and your athletes’ families. Here are a few ways you can leverage NCSA Team Edition:

Create free profiles for your athletes in the world’s largest college recruiting network See which colleges are viewing your athletes’ profiles
Access a national directory of college coach contact info to build your network Share resources with families that will remind them how much you care
To start getting more recruiting exposure for your athletes, set up your free NCSA Team Edition account today.

“Providing every possible opportunity for our athletes to continue playing the game is a priority of US Youth Soccer, and NCSA provides college coaches with the necessary tools to evaluate our players who dream of playing at the next level.”

– Chirstopher Moore, CEO, US Youth Soccer

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