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Participants in the 2013 Jefferson Cup Girls' Weekend got a glimpse of their potential future on Friday night, as the James Madison University's women's soccer team took on Virginia Commonwealth in a spring exhibition match arranged in concert with the massive youth tournament. And for many of the Dukes and Rams players, it was also a return to their past for a few brief hours.
“Balance” - that’s the word that came up multiple times Friday in conversation with parents as well as college scouts at the Jefferson Cup. If you’re looking to play college soccer, combining the rigors of pursuing a college degree with the demands of competing at the collegiate level can be challenging, but not impossible.
Soccerwire.com spent a few minutes with Virginia Commonwealth head men's soccer coach Dave Giffard at the 2013 Jefferson Cup.
The rise of the academy model and the pervading professionalization U.S. youth soccer has made it increasingly rare to see the same group of children rise through the system together on one team. That traditional way of doing things has survived at Maryland Under-16 powerhouse ASA Milan Black Hawks, however.
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.
A local Development Academy player has committed to an Ivy League school.
Nigerian dreams: Boys, girls teams from African nation visiting Md. in search of college opportunities
A gaggle of talented young Nigerian players has traveled across the Atlantic for an extended visit to the Washington, D.C. area in search of exposure to college scouts and other Stateside soccer opportunities.
The latest college commitments reported to SoccerWire.