Bethesda SC celebrates over 40 seniors going on to play college soccer
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Bethesda Soccer Club is sending off a group of over 40 student-athletes who will be moving on to play at the college level this fall.
The Maryland club’s graduating class of 2020 features a total of 20 players who have committed to men’s and women’s programs at the NCAA Division I level.
Bethesda will be sending players to renowned academic and athletic institutions such as Stanford, Brown, George Washington, Cornell, Georgetown, Air Force and Columbia, among many others.
On the men’s side, many of Bethesda’s graduating seniors have competed in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy, producing notable success over the past several years. Moving forward, the club will be playing in the newly-launched MLS youth academy league.
Bethesda’s top girls teams play in the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL), as members of the Northeast Conference. Other teams from the club have regularly competed for Maryland State Cup titles.
See below for a full listing of Bethesda’s 2020 graduates, who will be moving on to play college soccer for NCAA Division I, II and III programs, along with the NAIA and NJCAA levels.