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Washington and Lee University

Cailynn Adelmann (2019)

American University Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention (2018)

Kali Bell (2019)

St. Mary’s College of Maryland Washington Post All-Metro Second Team (2018)

Luca Ulrich (2021)

Georgetown University

Seni Joseph (2021)

University of Dayton (2021)

Cole McNally (2019)

Wake Forest University

Lily Dunbar (2019)

Drexel Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention (2018); Washington Post All-Metro Second Team (2018)

Noe Messer (2022)

Fordham University

Garrett Socas (2019)

Dartmouth College

Heather Hinz (2019)

South Carolina Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year (2018); Washington Post All-Metro First Team (2017 and 2018)

Justin Bobb (2019)

Wisconsin University

William Moravek (2020)

Air Force Academy

Noa Dorah (2020)

St. Francis University

Morgan Tilley (2021)

University of Delaware

Sofia Carrera (2021)

Bridgewater College

Jameese Joseph (2019)

North Carolina State University Washington Post All-Met First Team (2018)

Juliana Lynch (2019)

West Virginia University

Jane Olcott (2019)

Villanova Washington Post All-Met First Team (2018)

Brianna Skidmore (2020)

Franklin and Marshall College

Jordan Perkins (2021)

Mount St. Mary’s University

Sam Delgado (2022)

Rutgers University

Tomas Martini (2020)

American University

Bobby Foose (2019)

Colgate University

Abby Hanks (2019)

Clemson Washington Post All-Met First Team (2018); Washington Post All-Metro First Team (2018)

Uriel Zeitz (2019)

Columbia University

Arjun Narayan (2022)

University of Pennsylvania

Nicholas Shirley (2021)

American University

Leonardo Palomo (2021)

American University

Dean Kelliher (2022)

Columbia University

Julia Dorsey (2019)

UNC Chapel Hill Washington Post All-Metro Player of the Year (2018); Washington Post All-Metro First Team (2018)

Aidan Rocha (2019)

Georgetown University

Lane Lieberman (2020)

Savannah College of Arts and Design

Marty Biggens (2019)

St. Mary’s College of Maryland

Maliah Morris (2019)

Clemson Washington Post All-Met Second Team (2018)

Miles Avery (2022)

Georgetown University

Issa Mudashiru (2021)

Princeton University

Rutendo Mareya (2019)

Mount St. Mary’s

Francis Meyer (2020)

Johns Hopkins University

Olivia McBerry (2020)

Emory University

Katie Stender-Moore (2019)

Washington University Washington Post All-Met First Team (2018)

Jonathan Yowell (2021)

Mount St. Mary’s University

Hanna Sellinger (2019)

Notre Dame University

Adrien Wheaton-Schopp (2021)

Columbia University

Olivia Geno (2020)

University of Rochester

Connor Mucchetti (2022)

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Marlon Tabora (2020)

Georgetown University

Jaddah Foos (2020)

Georgia State University

Bardia Hormozi (2022)

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Kisa Kiingi (2020)

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Christian Bernard (2021)

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Keely Knotts (2021)

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Kevin Ventura (2020)

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Eleni Triantas (2019)

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Ben Howell (2020)

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Thomas Zinngrebe (2019)

Coastal Carolina University

Noah Atanda (2020)

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Bri Werner (2022)

Coastasl Carolina University

Abigail Jeannault (2019)

Davidson College

Kayla Waldron (2021)

University of Delaware

Aidan Ashrafi (2021)

Washington University in St. Louis

Francesca Ciatto (2020)

College of the Holy Cross

Morgan Weise (2019)

Princeton Washington Post All-Met Second Team (2018)

Noah Adnan (2020)

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Riley Johnson (2020)

Murray State University

Alex Allen (2019)

University of California-San Diego

Brian Kelly (2020)

University of Delaware

Dennis Mensah (2019)

James Madison University

Max Riley (2022)

University of Maryland-College Park

Cavan Fernandes (2021)

Mount St. Mary’s University

Kevin Peprah (2021)

Rider University

Kiersten Yuhas (2019)

Longwood University

Dilane Zouantcha (2021)

American University

Leah Williams (2022)

College of the Holy Cross

Claire Williams (2020)

St. Michael’s College

Gabe Segal (2019)

Stanford University NSCAA High School All-American

Simon Hall (2020)

Colgate University

Lacey McCormack (2019)

University of Virginia

Karamo Bah (2019)

Mount St. Mary’s

Elias Norris (2019)

Brandeis University

London Lewis (2020)

High Point University

Celia Braun (2021)

Boston University

Andrew Wood (2019)

Catholic University

Catherine Smith (2021)

Frostburg State University

Giuliana Capraro (2021)

American University

Sam Bjarnason (2021)

Harvard University

Talia Halem (2021)

Central Connecticut State University

Jack Hwang (2019)

Carnegie Mellon University

Laila Cowsette (2022)

Howard University

Gelber Lemus (2021)

Yale University

Kofi Amoah (2021)

Mount St. Mary’s University

Bobby Beringer (2019)

American University

Evan Perez (2019)

James Madison University
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Emails with Player Bio
Club Tournaments
Unofficial Visits-- Go look at a variety of campuses
Attend College Camps
Coaches can send camp info and questionnaires/which ones to attend?
GO TO COLLEGE GAMES
If you visit college campuses you are NOT permitted to talk to anyone from athletics

ACADEMIC CHECKLIST

Study and do well in all of your classes
Adjust to high school and the environment
Students should always take a rigorous course load (Advanced Placement or Honors)
Be more than just a “soccer player/athlete”
Perform community service
Hold leadership positions (Student Government)
Attend conferences

Research Schools: NCAA

Visit campuses

Go watch college games

Go to ID Camps

ATHLETIC CHECKLIST

Letters/Videos: Videos are useful for schools who might not be able to see you play
MORE SPECIFICITY IN WRITING LETTERS & EMAIL (Do both)
Why I like you, the campus, the academics, the athletics, and how I came to know about you (coach & school)
Club Tournaments
Attend College Camps
Coaches can send camp info and questionnaires/which ones to attend??
Attend ID camps
GO TO COLLEGE GAMES
Soph. Spring – possible scholarship offers
If you visit college campuses you are NOT permitted to talk to anyone from athletics

ACADEMIC CHECKLIST

Study and do well in all of your classes
Adjust to high school and the environment
Students should always take a rigorous course load (Advanced Placement or Honors)
Be more than just a “soccer player/athlete”
Perform community service
Hold leadership positions (Student Government)
Attend conferences
Take the PSAT

Sample letter to colleges before tournaments & showcases

Go watch college gamesGo to ID Camps

ATHLETIC CHECKLIST

Letters/Videos: Videos are useful for schools who might not be able to see you play
MORE SPECIFICITY IN WRITING LETTERS & EMAIL (Do both)
Why I like you, the campus, the academics, the athletics, and how I came to know about you (coach & school)
Club Tournaments
Attend College Camps
Coaches can send camp info and questionnaires/which ones to attend??
Attend ID camps
GO TO COLLEGE GAMES
Soph. Spring – possible scholarship offers
If you visit college campuses you are NOT permitted to talk to anyone from athletics

ACADEMIC CHECKLIST

Study and do well in all of your classes
Adjust to high school and the environment
Students should always take a rigorous course load (Advanced Placement or Honors)
Be more than just a “soccer player/athlete”
Perform community service
Hold leadership positions (Student Government)
Attend conferences
Take the PSAT

Sample letter to colleges before tournaments & showcases

Go watch college gamesGo to ID Camps

ATHLETIC CHECKLIST

Letters/Videos: Videos are useful for schools who might not be able to see you play
MORE SPECIFICITY IN WRITING LETTERS & EMAIL (Do both)
Why I like you, the campus, the academics, the athletics, and how I came to know about you (coach & school)
Club Tournaments
Attend College Camps
Coaches can send camp info and questionnaires/which ones to attend??
Attend ID camps
GO TO COLLEGE GAMES
Soph. Spring – possible scholarship offers
If you visit college campuses you are NOT permitted to talk to anyone from athletics

ACADEMIC CHECKLIST

Study and do well in all of your classes
Adjust to high school and the environment
Students should always take a rigorous course load (Advanced Placement or Honors)
Be more than just a “soccer player/athlete”
Perform community service
Hold leadership positions (Student Government)
Attend conferences
Take the PSAT

Sample letter to colleges before tournaments & showcases

Go watch college gamesGo to ID Camps

ATHLETIC CHECKLIST

Letters/Videos: Videos are useful for schools who might not be able to see you play
MORE SPECIFICITY IN WRITING LETTERS & EMAIL (Do both)
Why I like you, the campus, the academics, the athletics, and how I came to know about you (coach & school)
Club Tournaments
Attend College Camps
Coaches can send camp info and questionnaires/which ones to attend??
Attend ID camps
GO TO COLLEGE GAMES
Soph. Spring – possible scholarship offers
If you visit college campuses you are NOT permitted to talk to anyone from athletics

ACADEMIC CHECKLIST

Study and do well in all of your classes
Adjust to high school and the environment
Students should always take a rigorous course load (Advanced Placement or Honors)
Be more than just a “soccer player/athlete”
Perform community service
Hold leadership positions (Student Government)
Attend conferences
Take the PSAT