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Defying rain, snow, sleet and in some ways even the dark of night, the Richmond Strikers are set to welcome hundreds of North America's top youth teams to central Virginia over the next two weekends for the Jefferson Cup.
With nearly 1,000 teams from all over the continent competing across two weekends, the Jefferson Cup has long been known as one of the biggest and best showcase events on the U.S. youth soccer scene. Now the tournament is trying out a new feature to garner even more exposure for one of the most critical spots on the field: goalkeepers.
In England, the route into pro soccer is very simple, but can be very cruel. The alternate career paths taken by Englishmen turned MLSers Dom Dwyer and Luke Mulholland suggest that North America offers surprising opportunities for players from supposedly superior soccer nations, writes James Kilpatrick.
Twenty-two members of the Fredericksburg Area Soccer Association (FASA) have signed National Letters of Intent to compete at a range of NCAA programs.
Eighteen standout Bethesda-Olney Academy players have announced they are headed to Division 1 NCAA college soccer programs.
With the college recruiting season heating up, Pennsylvania Classics have reason to celebrate as three of their players head to three of the most well-known and talented NCAA Division I men’s soccer programs in the country.
Seven D.C. United Academy players have committed to play collegiate soccer at six different academic institutions. Julian Cummings, Steven Gandy, Joshua Golob, Bashir Hooper, Christian Kershaw, Michael Monahan and Noah Pilato are graduating seniors that currently play for D.C. United’s U-18 Developmental Academy team.
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 latest commitments reported to SoccerWire.