NCAA - Women's Recruiting
Alabama Soccer unveiled its class of 2021.
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As his first signing class as women's soccer head coach at James Madison, Joshua Walters, Jr. announced the addition of eight newcomers for the Dukes' 2018 campaign.
New NCAA Women's Division I soccer dead period approved, compelling annual ECNL Sanford and Disney Showcase to change dates.
Stanford completed its Class of 2016 when it added Ami Kalokoh, as announced recently by head coach Paul Ratcliffe.
Virginia Tech women’s soccer head coach Chugger Adair has announced the signing of Mandy McGlynn to a national letter of intent to join the Hokies for the 2016 season.
SoccerWire.com caught up with Clemson women's soccer coach Eddie Radwanski at the 2016 Jefferson Cup as he roamed the packed sidelines in search of future difference-makers for his ACC squad, discussing recruiting, playing style and his reactions to U.S. Soccer's new Girls Development academy.
College scouts travel to the Jefferson Cup from across the United States to identify and evaluate potential recruits. During this year's girls showcase weekend, SoccerWire.com asked several coaches from leading NCAA Division I programs what they thought about U.S. Soccer's recent confirmation of a Girls Development Academy league set to debut in fall 2017.
JWU Charlotte women’s soccer coach Matt Hisler recruits for upstart program at Virginian Elite Showcase
Participants at the 2015 Virginian Elite Showcase aren’t old enough to remember the early years of the event, but one of the first college coaches to arrive Saturday does: Johnson & Wales Charlotte women’s soccer coach Matt Hisler.
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.
NCAA Soccer commitments for December 2020.