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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, April 8, 2008
Soccer players and their families spend thousands of dollars each year on youth soccer in pursuit of athletic scholarships, but just what are the odds of landing a soccer scholarship? According to NCAA figures released recently by The New York Times, there is 1.4 women's scholarships for every 100 high ... Read the whole story
Former U.S. World Cup player Brian Maisonneuve is leaving the U.S. U-17 residency program, where he has worked since 2005, to become an assistant on the University of Louisville's men's staff headed by Ken Lolla. Read the whole story
Englishman Phil Wheddon, the goalkeeper coach for the United States women's national team, is Syracuse University's new women's soccer coach and will take over full-time after the 2008 Beijing Olympics (if the USA reaches the finals). Read the whole story
[RECRUITING] Coming off a 7-8-5 season, the University of North Carolina men's team was in need of a big recruiting class and got it with the signing of three players who represented the USA at the 2007 Under-17 World Cup in South Korea: forward Billy Schuler (Matchfit Academy), midfielder Kirk ... Read the whole story
[RECRUITING] Portland remains one of the premier destinations for top women's recruits, as evidenced by the Pilots' 2008 signees, headed by U.S. national youth team players Danielle Foxhoven (Colorado Rush), Michelle Olivier (Concorde Fire) and Charney Burk (Slammers FC). Read the whole story
A total of 43 women's jobs have opened up during the offseason. For all the NCAA Division I men's and women's coaching moves ... Read the whole story

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