NCE Soccer’s expanding College ID Program is delighted to welcome more top Colleges and Universities for 2022.
The University of California, New York University, Washington University in St Louis, St Johns University New York and Colby College are the latest leading colleges to support NCE Soccer.
They will join our online webinar series and send coaches to our summer College ID camp to scout for potential players.
The agreement is a huge boost for NCE College ID Program – which now attracts support from more than 40 top US Universities and Colleges.
“It is fantastic news that UCLA will be joining the program,” explained NCE Soccer’s College Coordinator Evan Bransdorfer.
“They are one of the top Universities in the States with a fantastic soccer program and they recognize the quality of players within our program.
“They will be looking to actively recruit players and this is a terrific opportunity for High School students within the NCE Program.
“UCLA are the latest University to support the College ID Program but we are adding all the time and 2022 looks set to be our biggest summer yet.”
New York University
Coaches will join webinars for students and their parents as well as attending College ID Showcase events and the College ID Camp.
Registration for the College ID Camp at De Sales University is now open – along with the two day residential Camp ID Showcase Tournament.
The Boys College ID Camp will be held Wednesday July 20th until Friday July 22nd with the Girls College ID Camp held the following week, between Wednesday July 27th until Friday July 29th.
Coaches from Universities supporting the College ID Program will be in attendance to work with High School students on-and-off the field.
College ID Camp
The Residential Camp provides opportunities for the coaches and players to interact and develop relationships ahead of making their ultimate decision.
Coaches work with the players and then have the opportunity to watch them in competitive action.
“It really does provide our High School players with an unbelievable opportunity to stand out,” Evan added
“For the coaches, they get to understand the players as people, get to understand their personality and character and develop relationships.
“There is mutual benefit for players, their parents and the Universities and the program has already produced a number of success stories.
“The College ID Program provides additional opportunities for players with our series of webinars, coaching sessions and our College Combine Series.
“This year, we will also be invited players NOT signed up to the College ID Program to join webinars on a pay-as-you-go basis if they would like to join.”
The New York College Combine will be hosted at Saxon Woods Park, Westchester, NY on June 18th, before the New England College Combine at InSports, Trumbull, CT on June 25th and the North Atlantic College Combine at Total Turf Experience, Pitman, NJ on June 26th. Colleges confirmed so far include NYU, UCLA, Maryland, West Conn, Sarah Lawrence College, NJCU, College of St Elizabeth, Rosemont and Rutgers Camden.
* To learn more about the College ID Program or to find out more contact Evan via this link or see our College ID Page via this link.