Thanks for visiting the City College of San Francisco Women's Soccer program information page. Here you'll receive information regarding the school and information on their Women's Soccer program like who to make contact with about recruitment, names of past alumni, what opportunities can be had and ways to start the recruiting process.
City College of San Francisco Women's soccer Program Recruiting and Coaching Personnel
If you're hoping to get recruited it is critical to understand who to talk to - and NCSA provides the details you need. The Head of the City College of San Francisco Women's Soccer program is Gabriel Saucedo. Additional major staff are:
For anybody who is thinking about becoming a part of the City College of San Francisco Women's Soccer program these are the individuals you need to contact. It's possible to choose to contact them through email using the link above or call the college to get additional specifics about the school and Women's Soccer program prior to determining if it is the right fit for you.
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NCSA gives student student athletes the resources and info they need to increase their chances of being recruited by a Women's Soccer program, whether it is at City College of San Francisco or another school. Since 2000, NCSA has been connecting coaches and athletes which is a vital component of the recruiting process. This year alone you'll find 18130 Women's Soccer high school athletes utilizing the NCSA technology, network and scouting experts to get their highlights before 3210 coaches at 1687 colleges Women's Soccer programs nationwide.
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