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Rutendo Mareya (2019)

Mount St. Mary’s

Cole McNally (2019)

Wake Forest University

Bobby Foose (2019)

Colgate University

Jane Olcott (2019)

Villanova Washington Post All-Met First Team (2018)

Aidan Rocha (2019)

Georgetown University

Heather Hinz (2019)

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

Gabe Segal (2019)

Stanford University NSCAA High School All-American

Justin Bobb (2019)

Wisconsin University

Kiersten Yuhas (2019)

Longwood University

Abigail Jeannault (2019)

Davidson College

Lily Dunbar (2019)

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

Kali Bell (2019)

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

Andrew Wood (2019)

Catholic University

Thomas Zinngrebe (2019)

Coastal Carolina University

Morgan Weise (2019)

Princeton Washington Post All-Met Second Team (2018)

Katie Stender-Moore (2019)

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

Elias Norris (2019)

Brandeis University

Evan Perez (2019)

James Madison University

Cailynn Adelmann (2019)

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

Karamo Bah (2019)

Mount St. Mary’s

Lacey McCormack (2019)

University of Virginia

Abby Hanks (2019)

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

Danielle Poindexter (2019)

Washington Post All-Met First Team (2019) Washington Post All-Metro First Team (2019)

Julia Dorsey (2019)

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

Maliah Morris (2019)

Clemson Washington Post All-Met Second Team (2018)

Alex Allen (2019)

University of California-San Diego

Uriel Zeitz (2019)

Columbia University

Dennis Mensah (2019)

James Madison University

Ethan McMillen (2019)

Washington and Lee University

Marty Biggens (2019)

St. Mary’s College of Maryland

Garrett Socas (2019)

Dartmouth College

Hanna Sellinger (2019)

Notre Dame University

Jameese Joseph (2019)

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

Eleni Triantas (2019)

University of Mary Washington

Jack Hwang (2019)

Carnegie Mellon University

Bobby Beringer (2019)

American University

Juliana Lynch (2019)

West Virginia University
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Freshmen

Research Schools: NCAA

Visit campuses

Go watch college games

ATHLETIC CHECKLIST

SPECIFIC Letters/Videos
Emails with Player Bio (Girls Only)
Club Tournaments
Unofficial Visits?? Go look at a variety of campuses but you are NOT permitted to talk to anyone from the Athletic department until August 1st of Junior year
Set up and familiarize yourself with SportsRecruits
Attend College ID Camps/Combines
GO TO COLLEGE GAMES

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 (AP course load or Honors)
Be more than a “soccer player/athlete”
Perform community service
Hold leadership positions (Student Government)
Attend conferences

Sophomores

Research Schools: NCAA

Visit campuses

Go watch college games

Go to ID Camps

ATHLETIC CHECKLIST

Emails with Player Bios (Boys and Girls)
Letters/Videos
Coaches cannot return emails or phone calls until Junior year
Club Tournaments/ID Camps
Visit colleges -No Official/ Unofficial Visits Before August 1st of Junior Year
Coaches can send camp information, questionnaires, and recruiting materials
GO TO COLLEGE GAMES
Spring – Possible scholarship offers for Girls (Boys & Girls timeline differs here)
Boys scholarship offers begin Junior year

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

Juniors

Sample Letter for Players To Send To Coaches Before Tournaments and Showcases

Go watch college games

Go to ID Camps

ATHLETIC CHECKLIST

Send SPECIFIC emails and video
Videos could spark interest, especially in schools who might not get the opportunity to watch you play
Unofficial visits if possible
Attend college ID camps
College Coaches can email, text, and call players
Coaches can start sending recruiting materials
Go to colleges and watch live college soccer games (Division I, II, III)

ACADEMIC CHECKLIST

SAT/ACTs completed and evaluated
When signing up for senior year classes-Challenge Yourself!
Double-Check your transcript to make sure it is accurate
Begin reflecting on which Teachers/Coaches you will ask for recommendations.
Recommendation Reference Sheet
Understand how your high school handles college applications (Do you have a college counselor/advisor?)
Scholarships/Grants/Student Loans

Seniors

Sample letter to colleges before tournaments & showcases

Go watch college games

Go to ID Camps

ATHLETIC CHECKLIST

Take Official and Unofficial visits, as needed
Don’t get complacent - Stay competitive and continue to develop
Prepare for college!
The work is not over, prepare for the next level

ACADEMIC CHECKLIST

Complete College applications (Spend time preparing a well-written college essay!)
Fill out your FAFSA form and apply for Scholarships
ACT/SAT test (Fall possibly)
Recommendations from teachers AND coaches
Apply for scholarships!
Make sure SportsRecruits account is up to date
Early Decision or Early Action?
Do well in school: Don’t slack, scholarship money may depend on it

PARENTS: Make sure that you get your taxes done early so that you can apply for FAFSA!

Parents

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