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posted on 12/19/16 at 02:27 PM
2017 CASL GIRLS COLLEGE COMBINE

DATE: Saturday February 25th, 2017

LOCATION: WRAL SOCCER CENTER

ELIGIBLE PLAYERS: 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 Graduating Years

REGISTRATION LINK: http://soccer.sincsports.com/TTContent.aspx?tid=CASLGCC&tab=1

Event Schedule:

Will Consist of GK Evaluation Session
2 Games for each Graduating Year
Teams are set up based on Graduating years for ease of recruiting

Limited Space Available
Registrations are going quickly

Contact: events@caslnc.com with any questions


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posted on 12/19/16 at 03:54 PM
What percentage of attendees will receive scholarships?

Just another "college combine" to fleece dopey parents and their little snow-flakes.

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posted on 1/17/17 at 09:38 AM
So they schedule this on the same day as the Heritage jamboree which almost all local teams will play in. When you want to fleece money from people at least do it on a day when they're available!
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posted on 1/17/17 at 01:25 PM
Lots of colleges listed as attending, certainly more than their boys combine this upcoming weekend, but both college lists lack many D1 schools. If your goal is to be seen by lots of D3 schools and a few D1 schools (boys and girls) then maybe it's a good event. But if you're really interested in a particular college just email the coach and let him/her know personally. Choose the school you want to attend, don't hope that some D3 coach takes interest in you at a combine and then decide THAT'S where you want to spend $$$ and four years of your life.

What happened to researching a college based on a wide variety of factors, including academics, instead of letting soccer decide your college future?


[Edited on 1/17/17 by JoanneT]

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posted on 1/18/17 at 01:12 PM
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Originally posted by JoanneT

Lots of colleges listed as attending, certainly more than their boys combine this upcoming weekend, but both college lists lack many D1 schools. If your goal is to be seen by lots of D3 schools and a few D1 schools (boys and girls) then maybe it's a good event. But if you're really interested in a particular college just email the coach and let him/her know personally. Choose the school you want to attend, don't hope that some D3 coach takes interest in you at a combine and then decide THAT'S where you want to spend $$$ and four years of your life.

What happened to researching a college based on a wide variety of factors, including academics, instead of letting soccer decide your college future?


[Edited on 1/17/17 by JoanneT]



Good thing you said D3 instead of D2. Congrats to in-state D2 Wingate for winning the men's NCAA championships. However with 22 out of 28 rostered players coming from out of country, it's couldn't have been easy for local players to make the team. No fault in that, just a statement on the path some D2 schools take in getting recruits.

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