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  • Berea College

    Kentucky
    Division 3
  • Joe Saleem

    May be available for recruiting
  • Brevard College

    North Carolina
    Division 2
  • Juan Mascaro

    Will be on-site
  • Bryan College

    Tennessee
    NAIA
  • Kwame Appiah

    May be available for recruiting
  • Chowan University

    North Carolina
    Division 2
  • Fernando Zuniga

    Will be on-site
  • Converse College

    South Carolina
    Division 2
  • Scott Fogarty

    Will be on-site
  • Covenant College

    Georgia
    Division 3
  • Mark Duble

    Will be on-site
  • Emmanuel College (GA)

    Georgia
    Division 2
  • Nathan Harrell

    May be available for recruiting
  • Bess Harrell

    Interested in hearing from participating athletes
  • Faulkner University

    Alabama
    NAIA
  • Pritchard Ndaira

    Associates attending the event
  • Jennifer King

    Will be on-site
  • Furman University

    South Carolina
    Division 1
  • Andrew Burr

    Will be on-site
  • Georgia Southwestern State Univ

    Georgia
    Division 2
  • Enrique Rodriguez

    Associates attending the event
  • Hanover College

    Indiana
    Division 3
  • James Watts

    Will be on-site
  • Benjamin Tierney

    Will be on-site
  • King University

    Tennessee
    Division 2
  • Sam Robson

    Will be on-site
  • Lackawanna College

    Pennsylvania
    NJCAA
  • Les Smith

    Will be on-site
    Why NJCAA and Lackawanna College? Immediate Opportunity to Play … Don’t sit and wait at a four-year college or university … with all freshman and sophomores making up the roster at Lackawanna. Freshman accounted for over 70-percent (.727) of possible starts as they made 128-of-176 for the Falcons in my first season this fall. As an NJCAA head coach, my squads have seen over 75-percent of starts made by first year players. In addition, from those players I’ve placed 96-percent (22-of-23) of my players at four-year colleges and universities who only played one season for me in the NJCAA. We are looking for OKG’s (Our Kind of Girls) who are good citizens, good students and soccer players to be transcendent to our program both on and off the pitch in 2019. We are looking to challenge in our region this coming fall as a team both on the field and in the classroom. Our process is proven to be successful for student-athletes on and off the pitch as evidence by the historical success on and off the pitch as a collegiate coach. Success By The Numbers 60 All-Conference, All-Region and national award winners coached 29 Academic All-Conference, All-Region and All-American honorees by players 23 Players placed at four-year colleges and universities as an NJCAA coach 20+ Youth players developed that went onto play NCAA Division I soccer 18 Youth and senior national team players coached as a collegiate coach 11 Four-year collegiate conference championships won by former players after their transfers 9 Team and individual men’s soccer records set in first season at Lackawanna College 3 Led Bluefield College women to the 3rd most improved win/loss NAIA team in the nation in 2013 2 Led Andrew College men to the 2nd most improved win/loss NJCAA DI team in the nation in 2015 1 First ever EPAC Men's Division I Soccer Player of the Year at Lackawanna College in 2018 1 National Championship won by a former player after their transfer
  • Milligan College

    Tennessee
    NAIA
  • Lisa Buckley

    Will be on-site
  • DIII Millsaps College located in Jackson, MS

    Mississippi
    Division 3
  • Rebecca Borg

    Will be on-site
  • Shorter University

    Georgia
    Division 2
  • Olivia Bloemke

    Will be on-site
  • South Carolina State University

    South Carolina
    Division 1
  • Sandra Burris

    May be available for recruiting
  • St. Andrews University

    North Carolina
    NAIA
  • Stephanie Kot

    May be available for recruiting
  • Toccoa Falls College

    Georgia
    NCCAA
  • Shezti Heu

    Will be on-site
  • Ste Heu

    Will be on-site
  • Tusculum University

    Tennessee
    Division 2
  • Chelsea Parker

    Will be on-site
  • Kayla Walker

    Will be on-site
  • University of South Alabama

    Alabama
    Division 1
  • Richard Moodie

    May be available for recruiting
  • University of the Cumberlands

    Kentucky
    NAIA
  • John Newbery

    May be available for recruiting
  • Aileen Clouse

    May be available for recruiting
  • Wake Technical Community College

    North Carolina
    NJCAA
  • Alex Whetstone

    Interested in hearing from participating athletes
    Good Afternoon, My name is Kristopher Hanks and I am the new Head Coach of the Women's Soccer program here at Wake Tech Community College. I was hired to turn this program around and that is what I intend to do through an abrupt culture change. I wanted to alter the way that we look at ourselves as a team, the way the school looks at us as a team, and the way the conference looks at us as a team. We are well on our way to achieving that! I have brought my up-tempo, hard-press, always-working tactical philosophy to Wake Tech and it has paid dividends already with a 3-1 record in conference and a +25 goal differential overall. As you may well know, we are a 2-year, Junior College just outside of beautiful Downtown Raleigh. Our school offers the reclusiveness of a campus set off in the countryside but pairs it with a proximity to the vibrant city life of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. We are a highly acclaimed, affordable option for high school Seniors looking to ease their way into a 4-year university setting, get their General Education classes out of the way at nearly half the price of an In-State school, or work through any academic issues that may be plaguing their overarching academic or athletic goals. It is my aim to continue my proven track record in helping those who would like to find a spot in a four-year institution do so (playing soccer or just enjoying the experience of earning their degree). I have placed players on the Varsity teams at Shaw University, High Point University, and other schools across the country. I would be more than happy to answer any questions you might have about what it is like to play for the team; scheduling, game travel, practices, and finances are all things to consider. Our season is split into two separate Fall and Spring sessions. Each has meaning for the other concerning conference tournament placements and the like, but they are scheduled, practiced for, and played as though they are brand new years. At the beginning of each season, the team holds a tryout. This is to ensure that we have the best possible players from across campus to help us achieve our lofty goals. If you are on the team for the season prior to the tryout you obviously have a leg up (chemistry and relationships are paramount in our family), but you are not guaranteed a place on the roster. You must be willing to continually put in the work, both on and off the field, to better yourself and help better the team. There are several groups within the team that get together outside of practice to lift, run, and do ball-work. These things can do nothing but push you forward in your soccer pursuits and strengthen the bond you have with the team. Something I always tell my teams, "Be good to yourselves, be good to your teammates, and do your job", sums up what this team is about. You must be good to yourself in order to succeed in life; get that extra hour of sleep, eat that extra serving of vegetables, study for 30 more minutes, sprint that final 100 yards on your run. You must be good to your teammates in order to succeed on a team; watch out for them on and off the field, trust their judgment when you can and help them toward a better choice when you must, show up--to games, to practices, to workouts, whatever it may be. Finally, you must do your job; make the overlapping run even though you are tired, stay disciplined and don't chase the ball out of your zone of responsibility, play the pass when it is there, be patient. All of these things are pieces of the puzzle that is a successful season. If you can help us assemble the puzzle, you will be just fine. I hope to hear from you, as it has been a pleasure sharing our vision with you.
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