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Chairperson Scarpati stated, “When you read the bios of all 22 scholarship recipients, the common theme is perseverance pays off.”
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 Girls’ Weekend came to a close for another year on Sunday, with a number of teams triumphant and with plenty to celebrate on their journeys home from central Virginia.
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.
The Richmond Strikers reconvene the 34th edition of the Jefferson Cup on Friday, as Under-16 through U-18 showcase play kicks off the Girls Weekend of the enormous central Virginia event. Having grown even larger than the Boys Weekend over the years, the second half of Jeff Cup will feature a diverse field of teams from around the country who have braved a sudden blast of early-spring cold to test themselves against the Mid-Atlantic's best.
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.
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