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Soccer After College – The MLS Combine and Super Draft.

For many college soccer players, the path to professional soccer can begin with the MLS Combine. This four-day event takes place in January, prior to the MLS SuperDraft, and provides a platform for college players to showcase their skills in front of coaches and scouts from MLS teams. Let’s explore the process of college soccer players turning professional through the MLS Combine and SuperDraft.

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Top 10 Most Successful Female College Soccer Players of All Time

Following on from our feature on the Top 10 Most Successful Male College Soccer Players of All Time, we now feature the women that have graced the college soccer field and gone on to achieve massive things in the sport. Our list includes multiple World Cup winners, Olympic Gold Medalists, NWSL Champions and icons of Europen Women’s soccer. In no particular order, here’s our top 10.

Julie Foudy: Stanford University

Julie Foudy won two NCAA national championships and was a two-time winner of the Hermann Trophy. After college, she played for the San Diego Spirit in the WUSA and the California Storm in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL). She also played for the US Women’s National Team and captained the team to World Cup and Olympic gold medals in 1996 and 2004. She earned over 270 caps and scored 45 goals throughout her international career. She was known for her versatility and leadership skills on and off the field.

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Top 8 Headphones for College Soccer Players

A great pair of headphones is essential for the day-to-day life of any student-athlete but soccer players especially demand a lot from their devices. College Soccer players need their headphones to perform in a variety of ways including:

  • Improving focus and concentration during study halls or solo homework assignments. Music or other audio helps to block out distractions and provide a mental boost.
  • Performance analysis: Top programs spend a lot of time reviewing game footage and creating individual reports for players on their performance as well as the strengths and weaknesses of their opponents.
  • For Travel – some players spend a lot of time in the air and all college soccer players can expect long road trips throughout the season: Noise-cancelling headphones are ideal to help pass the time and stay relaxed.
  • Enhance knowledge: Student-athletes can use headphones to listen to podcasts, audiobooks, and other educational materials to keep on top of their classwork and general personal development.
  • Manage stress: Listening to music or other audio can help student-athletes relax and unwind after games or practices, which can help to manage stress and improve overall well-being.
  • Motivation: Music can be a powerful motivator, and is a key factor in helping student-athletes prepare for tough training sessions or when they’re getting ready for a game.

Here are the top 8 Headphones for College Soccer Players:

1. Bose QuietComfort 45 Bluetooth Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones

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When Pelé visited campus

It’s 1995 in Greenville SC and who better to open Furman University’s brand new Eugene Stone Stadium than Brazillian soccer legend Pelé.

On a Sunny Sunday, Furman University’s administration could not have been more pleased with the debut of Eugene Stone Stadium as it played host to an overflow crowd of 3,602. The crowd was treated to a thrilling two-overtime match against a nationally-renowned opponent and an intense in-state rival.

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Ex VT Soccer Star gets $100K in settlement

Former Virginia Tech soccer player Kiersten Hening has reached a settlement of $100,000 in a lawsuit against her coach, Charles “Chugger” Adair, after accusing him of benching her for not participating in a Black Lives Matter demonstration. According to a report from the Roanoke Times, the settlement includes no admission of wrongdoing by either Hening or Adair.

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The 2022 NCAA D1 Final – One of the best in recent history

Syracuse University’s men’s soccer team has won its first-ever NCAA National Championship after defeating Indiana in a penalty shootout, 7-6. The shootout was tied at 4-4 after the first round of five, but Syracuse came out on top after goalkeeper Russell Shealy made a save on Indiana’s Maouloune Goumballe’s shot and senior captain Amferny Sinclair scored the winning penalty kick.

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