If you play soccer in high school, there's a chance that you probably considered the possibility of playing college soccer. Even if you do not want to play the sport after college, you should at least think about college soccer as an opportunity. During the recruiting process, you will likely have coaches tell you about the benefits of playing soccer in college. For example, some coaches offer new recruits a college scholarship, which provides a tuition free education for student athletes. In addition, college soccer can improve your team building skills. And even if you do not want to go pro, many potential employers tend to favor hiring former student athletes. During the recruiting process, you will also learn about the different divisions in the NCAA, NAIA and the NJCAA organizations. Depending on which one you join, there might be a scholarship opportunity.
|Athletic scholarships per team 14|
|Athletic scholarships per team 9|
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|Athletic scholarships per team 12|
|Athletic scholarships per team 18|
|Depend of the schools on athletic scholarships per team|