Top 10 Most Successful Male College Soccer Players of All Time

For some players, the dream of playing college soccer is the ultimate goal. But for these superstars, the dream didn’t end there. These players succeeded at the highest levels of club and international soccer. Here are ten players who went on to achieve great things after their college careers came to an end.

1 Cobi Jones – UCLA Bruins

Cobi Jones’s professional career spanned almost 2 decades. After winning the NCAA National Championship with UCLA Bruins, Jones featured in the English Premier League with Coventry City, played for Vasco de Gama in Brazil and shone in his home state of California with the LA Galaxy.

Cobi Jones is considered one of the original stars in the MLS and became the face of the Galaxy and MLS for years. With the US National Team, Jones earned 164 caps which is still a USMNT record.

He played at the 1992 Olympics and World Cup in 1994, 1998 and 2002. Cobi has since formed a successful career as a soccer analyst and can be seen sharing his insight on Fox Sports, BeIn and the Pac-12 Network.

2 Brian Mcbride – St Louis Billikens

Continue reading “Top 10 Most Successful Male College Soccer Players of All Time”

Tony Amato Fired over Toxic Culture at UF – Will still receive $225,000 salary for the next 5 years.

The Florida Women’s soccer program has parted ways with Head Coach Tony Amato, according to Athletic Director Scott Stricklin.

The conclusion came after various players communicated concerns about Amato’s overbearing instructing style. WUFT announced the players explicitly worried about Amato’s intrusive handling of issues regarding wellness, eating, weight and self-perception.

Continue reading “Tony Amato Fired over Toxic Culture at UF – Will still receive $225,000 salary for the next 5 years.”

Submit Content for ICS

Have a great article or story to share? Fill out the form below to have your work added to the ICS blog. All work is fully credited. Reach an engaged audience of soccer fans from the USA and around the world!

Complete the form, your submission will be reviewed and then added to the website within 48hrs. We want to hear from college soccer players, coaches, parents and fans.

Continue reading “Submit Content for ICS”

College Soccer Coaches react to USMNT World Cup Failure

“It’s the sport that we love so much, it’s my livelihood, it’s my passion. World Cups in my opinion are meant to have the Americans in it. The reality of it still hasn’t hit.  It’s disheartening. The steps that we’ve taken in fan base and media coverage and individual players is at an all-time high. To now go into the summer without a team in the World Cup, I don’t know if it stalls that, but it doesn’t help it.”

Image result for us men's national team

Continue reading “College Soccer Coaches react to USMNT World Cup Failure”

Tar Heel Hatrick Alessia Russo

Alessia Russo scored in her fifth consecutive match, Bridgette Andrzejewski got a brace, and Jessie Scarpa found the back of the net in her return to the pitch in North Carolina’s 4-1 victory at Boston College on October 14, 2017.

We cannot do soccer the American way

On the back of the failure of the US Men’s National Team. Former forward Taylor Twellman discusses some hard truth’s regarding soccer in America. The whole system in the USA is under the microscope and changes will be made. How will the US College Soccer system fare when the US Soccer Federation makes their next move? Or does Bruce Arena actually have a point when he says “There’s nothing wrong with what we’re doing”?

Best Game of 2017 so Far?

Maryland gets a goal in overtime to get the 3-2 win in what some have described as the biggest game in College Soccer. The Maryland crowd are proving a big factor in these games. There’s a difference between people through the gate and fans passionately supporting their team. Watch the reaction as those goals fly in!

Blog at

Up ↑