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The UMBC men’s soccer program has added a pair of transfers to its incoming class for the fall of 2015, head coach Pete Caringi announced today.
D.C. United Academy and U.S. U-18 Men's National Team forward Eryk Williamson has verbally committed to play college soccer at the University of Maryland starting in Fall 2015.
Of the hundreds of players on show at the Jefferson Cup in central Virginia, many have aspirations of playing college soccer. It also represents both an opportunity and a challenge for the hundreds of NCAA coaches in attendance.
The Jefferson Cup draws hundreds of NCAA coaches from across the country, attracted by the event's massive size and high density of talent in showcase brackets. SoccerWire.com spent a few minutes chatting with one, Eric Barnes of Niagara University, about these and other topics during 2014 Jeff Cup showcase action on a chilly night at the River City Sportsplex.
February 5, 2014 will be a very big day for many young talented soccer players across North America, as they sign their National Letters of Intent with universities around the United States. For many, this will mark a culminating event that they and their families have dedicated themselves to achieving for much of their young lives.
The path to NCAA Division I soccer can be a varied one, and that is especially true of Nikola Atlija, a 2014 commit to the University of Wisconsin who has trained with history-rich Serbian club Red Star Belgrade in addition to his standout efforts for FC Wisconsin Nationals in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.
Soccerwire.com spent a few minutes with Virginia Commonwealth head men's soccer coach Dave Giffard at the 2013 Jefferson Cup.
Soccerwire.com caught up with Longwood University assistant head coach Eduardo de Souza as he scouted recruits at the River City Sportsplex on opening day of the 2013 Jefferson Cup.
Mac Nagger earned a D-I career thanks to his gap year.