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The CCL Winter Showcase continued on Saturday as college coaches from around the Mid Atlantic took in the matches, enjoying unseasonably warm weather in Richmond, Va. With league points on the line, several matches were decided in the final minutes on late goals from some key players.
Players from the Tri-State area made their commitments to play college soccer this week, as Wednesday’s national signing day kicked off the signing period for the sport.
With the 2015 Jefferson Cup quickly approaching, SoccerWire.com has started an article series previewing the top divisions for the showcase age groups. Continue reading for a look at the U-18 Men's Championship Division.
National signing day 2015 saw a number of highly rated players from the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area finalise their college choices, while the Potomac region’s schools also now have a much better idea about how their rosters will shape up in the coming years.
Over 120 U-15 to U-18 Club Champions League teams will compete in league play in front of some of the region’s top collegiate programs this weekend in Richmond, Va. at the CCL Winter Showcase.
The Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) today announced the College Impact of the league's 2015 graduating class, revealing that 90 percent of the ECNL's 1,357 graduating seniors will go on to play college soccer in the fall of this year. In total, 1,203 ECNL athletes will go on to play collegiately with 920 in NCAA Division I programs.
National Signing Day took place on Wednesday, Feb. 4, as numerous players in U.S. Soccer’s Development Academy announced their college choices starting this fall. Of the 33 clubs that submitted their Academy college commitments, D.C. United heads the group with 16 players headed to the collegiate ranks. This 33-club group includes 278 college-bound players.
D.C. United has announced that 16 players from the D.C. United Academy have committed to play collegiate soccer at 13 different academic institutions, including some of the nation’s top Division I programs.
The latest college commitments reported to SoccerWire.