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How Strong Do I Need To Be To Compete In College Soccer

Understand what matters most: 1. athletics, 2. academics, 3. budget

Becoming part of a college Soccer team depends on a lot of different factors:

It always starts with your athletic level. If you can’t contribute to the team’s success, coaches will most likely not show a huge amount of interest.

After that, your academic background comes into play. Your grades in high school and your academic test scores determine whether you would be admitted to a school.

Thirdly, unless you are an athlete with the potential to have an immediate impact, a full-ride scholarship is very uncommon and you will need some sort of budget to cover the remaining costs of attendance.

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Information On College Soccer

There are many different divisions, sponsoring college Soccer.
Understand the differences:
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Intercollegiate Soccer Programs

1,676 schools sponsor college Soccer programs in 6 major divisions:


Maximum Number Of Athletic Scholarships/Team

Maximum Number Of Athletic Scholarships/Team

If the program is fully funded, the college may award:

NCAA D-I 9.9 (Men); 14.0 (Women)
NCAA D-II 9.0 (M); 9.9 (W)
NCAA D-III no athletic scholarships
NAIA 12.0 (M | W)
NJCAA D-I 24.0 (M | W)
NJCAA D-III no athletic scholarships
CCCAA no athletic scholarships

National Champions<br/>Season 2017-2018

National Champions
Season 2017-2018

The winners of the prestigious national titles were:

NCAA D-I Maryland (M); Florida State (W)
NCAA D-II Barry (M); Bridgeport (W)
NCAA D-III Tufts (M); Williams (W)
NAIA Central Methodist (M); William Carey (W)
NJCAA D-I & D-III Pima & Richland (M); Monroe & Richland (W)
CCCAA Cerritos (M); Santiago Canyon (W)