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Post by Kenshi Dave on 04/03/15, 09:55 pm

Normally we don't post names, but since this is from a published article (all college commits loaded to excel and cut down for Girl's Soccer Only):

Allen
Callie Anderson (Girls Soccer - Missisippi College)
Caroline Bruner (Girls Soccer - University of Dallas)
Morgan Cherry (Girls Soccer - University of Central Oklahoma)
Sarah Gamble (Girls Soccer - University of Dallas)
Coppell
Sarah King (Girls Soccer – Baylor University)
Creekview
Alyssa Palacious (Girls Soccer – UTEP)
Rachel Williams (Girls Soccer – Ouachita Baptist University)
Flower Mound
Makenna Johnson (Girls Soccer – Louisiana Tech)
Hayley Knox (Girls Soccer – Dallas Christian)
Jordan Mulnix (Girls Soccer – Lamar University)
Sarah Stewart (Girls Soccer – Midwestern State University)
Tori Stratton (Girls Soccer – Ouachita Baptist University)
Frisco
Maddie Barnes (Soccer – Arkansas)
Morgan Middleton (Soccer - McNeese State)
Blair Thorpe (Soccer - SMU)
Taylor Torres (Soccer - North Texas)
Frisco Lone Star
Cecelia Fondren (Girls Soccer - Le Tourneau University)
Frisco Wakeland
Meghan Blake (Girls Soccer - St. Edwards University)
Taylor Johnson (Girls Soccer - Stephen F. Austin)
Noa Kopplin (Girls Soccer - Villanova)
Olivia Nichols (Girls Soccer - Texas-San Antonio)
Horn
Jocelyn Garcia (Girls Soccer - Newman University)
Bayleah Hill (Girls Soccer - University of Texas-Tyler)
Lake Dallas
Olivia Bagby (Soccer -- North Texas)
Ryliegh Bohnenstiehl (Soccer -- Oral Roberts)
Taylor Jones (Soccer -- Mississippi College)
Kelly London (Soccer -- Mississippi College)
Briana Marin (Soccer -- Newman University)
Lewisville
Emily Gesino (Girls Soccer – Dallas Christian)
Claire Greer (Girls Soccer – University of Texas-Dallas)
Madi Lackland (Girls Soccer – Cisco College)
Kaitlyn Nauenburg (Girls Soccer – Dallas Christian)
Little Elm
Baylii Bieke (Girls Soccer – Houston Baptist)
Brittany Kuntz (Girls Soccer - Bethel College)
Lovejoy
Rachel Hise (Girls Soccer - Missouri)
Dominique Mazzero (Girls Soccer - Rice)
Marcus
Maddie Beltzer (Girls Soccer – Seton Hall)
Ashley Bishop (Girls Soccer – Texas Women’s University)
Bailey Clayton (Girls Soccer – Houston Baptist)
Kenne Kessler (Girls Soccer – Hardin Simmons)
Dani Murphy (Girls Soccer – Texas Tech)
McKinney
Natasha Hernandez (Girls Soccer - Southwestern College)
Sarah Morris (Girls Soccer - Texas A&M Commerce)
Lauren Neely (Girls Soccer - Texas Women's University)
Kaelyn Steitz (Girl Soccer - University of Texas at Tyler)
Kyra Sorensen (Girls Soccer - Texas Women's University)
McKinney Boyd
Taylor Cobb (Girls Soccer - Air Force)
Sydney Dolzine (Girls Soccer - Utah State)
Janelle Gore (Girls Soccer - Texas Southern)
Kylie Ross (Girls Soccer - Baylor)
McKinney North
Sabrina Martineau (Girls Soccer - University of the Incarnate Word)
Mesquite
Alyah Mitchell (Girls Soccer - Florida International)
Newman Smith
Amanda Morgan (Girls Soccer – Rogers State University)
Emma Stewart (Girls Soccer – Newman University) 
Plano Senior
Haley McDuffee (Girls Soccer - Mercer)
Plano West
Shannon Ballard (Girls Soccer - Davidson College)
Whitney Brown (Girls Soccer - Stevens Institute of Technology)
Kiley Burns (Girls Soccer - University of South Carolina)
Jessica Rogers (Girls Soccer - University of Texas A&M-Commerce)
Ashley Smith (Girls Soccer - University of Central Arkansas)
Emily Wright (Girls Soccer - Alfred University)
Poteet
Aspen Moreno (Girls Soccer - Concordia)
Jeanette Robles (Girls Soccer - Paris JC)
Valerie Serna (Girls Soccer - Faulkner University)
Skye Wardell (Girls Soccer - Central Oklahoma)
Sachse
Jordan Mitchell (Girls Soccer - Lesley (Mass.) University)
Breanna Phillips (Girls Soccer - Lubbock Christian)
The Colony
Hailey Logsdon (Girls Soccer – Mary Hardin Baylor)
Taylor Sargent (Girls Soccer – Northern Oklahoma)
BreAnn Tolleson (Girls Soccer – Northern Oklahoma)
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Post by Guest on 04/03/15, 10:03 pm

Congrats ladies

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Post by turftoe9 on 05/03/15, 08:04 am

NTXSoccaDad wrote:Congrats ladies
Congratulations to all.
My DD after setting out two years came back her senior year not thinking about playing college soccer in college ending up turning down 3 D1 schools to go to a smaller school that she started at from day one with all of the academic scholarships to take care of her school. She is happy were she is at and knows that she'll get the degree that she wants. she blew out her ACL out with 4 games left in her freshman season. From the bad news to the good she has been offered an internship with the DR. Who Did her surgery. She wants to get into PT so almost a Godsend. Good luck to all girls and may all of your dreams come true.
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Post by Soccerboy on 05/03/15, 10:40 am

Congratulations to the above girls and teams. The girls deserve all the accolades for many years of hard work and achieving their goal.
That being said, what about the Girls who live in Tarrant Co. Many girls from Southlake, grapevine colleyville and Keller have college commits.

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Post by RightWingDad on 05/03/15, 11:08 am

Yes, congrats to all the young ladies from all over the metroplex and best of luck to them next season.

Hopefully some of them will come back after they graduate and start coaching in DFW area. Would love to see some more female coaches for our DD's.
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Post by MOTO on 06/03/15, 10:01 am

RightWingDad wrote:Yes, congrats to all the young ladies from all over the metroplex and best of luck to them next season.

Hopefully some of them will come back after they graduate and start coaching in DFW area. Would love to see some more female coaches for our DD's.

I was just wondering the other day, if there are any LHGCL alums coaching our DD's in the area?

I also found a little longer list of area girls that signed NLI's. You have to scroll down but it's quite impressive:

http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/high-schools/headlines/20150204-see-soccer-baseball-golf-and-other-signings-here.ece?hootPostID=618d3355cc26a23c18d3f9c2012b327e

Full Disclosure: I knew of this list because my daughter is one of the lucky signees:)

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Post by RightWingDad on 06/03/15, 11:22 am

MOTO, I think Kat Webb (now at FCD) played at Sting, and then SMU. Keri Baker also grew up in the area and I assume was on a LH team.
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Post by banana kick on 07/03/15, 07:05 pm

So, here's a sincere question. I see that a student-athlete from Greenhill will be playing soccer next season at Bucknell and student-athletes from Ursuline will be playing at Boston College and Rhodes College. Congrats to these girls, first of all, as these are wonderful schools. Now the question: How much does playing soccer help a student who's applying to very selective schools?
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Post by Guest on 07/03/15, 07:43 pm

Could be tremendous depending on the athlete. My sis was admitted to Georgetown... without the soccer no way she gets even wait listed. Haha

Some of those girls though wouldn't even need to play to get admitted coming from strong academic schools and with good GPA, etc...

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Post by Zizou on 07/03/15, 08:41 pm

Talking about selective! Do you know how hard it is to get into one of those schools? Example: Ursuline had 400 plus applicants and are only taking 210.

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Post by banana kick on 08/03/15, 07:37 am

Zizou wrote:Talking about selective! Do you know how hard it is to get into one of those schools? Example: Ursuline had 400 plus applicants and are only taking 210.

Oh, absolutely I do, which is why I singled those two schools out. I'm sure the quality of the education at two such highly regarded prep schools was a major factor in admission, but my question was more general.

I know of a young man who is playing soccer at Yale, for example, and while I have no doubts he was a wonderful well-rounded candidate, we're talking about Yale. Whereas Ursuline has an acceptance rate of around 50%, if your numbers are accurate, Yale's is closer to 10%, and this young man wasn't even in the top 5% of his graduating public HS class.

My guess is that soccer increases a candidate's odds, as does the quality of HS/US you attend, your GPA, your SAT scores, and your other extracurriculars. And in an increasingly competitive world, it's nice to have improved odds.
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Post by BurnOnYou on 11/03/15, 10:18 am

How many girls does a program generally carry at the college level?
Is there generally a JV team or just the full roster for the varsity?
Where I'm going, how many girls would one expect a university to bring on each year?

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Post by Guest on 11/03/15, 10:21 am

They bring on as many as they need.  There is no JV squad.  Google any program in the country and their stats are there including minutes played for the full roster.


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Post by RightWingDad on 11/03/15, 11:16 am

From what I found on the low side of roster counts were Texas A&M and Texas Tech at 20, and on the high side was North Carolina at 33. Most teams in Big 12 are between those #'s.
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Post by KnKsDad on 11/03/15, 02:48 pm

Does the above list only include players on a HS roster? There is another Baylor commit from Flower Mound left off the list. Not sure I can give name and since not my DD...

I am a little surprised that not more commits to top programs like NC, Virginia, Florida St., Florida, Stanford even A&M, etc. Since we are in the beginning stages of this whole process, can someone offer some insight as to why that might be?

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Post by Guest on 11/03/15, 04:40 pm

KnKsDad wrote:Does the above list only include players on a HS roster? There is another Baylor commit from Flower Mound left off the list. Not sure I can give name and since not my DD...

I am a little surprised that not more commits to top programs like NC, Virginia, Florida St., Florida, Stanford even A&M, etc. Since we are in the beginning stages of this whole process, can someone offer some insight as to why that might be?

The list is not complete. It is only public schools, and it's missing several of those. Half of A&Ms 2015 class are NTX players.

http://www.12thman.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=209873406

Regarding the other top programs....there is a 2015 FSU signee, but majority of players stay close to home (5 hour drive or less).

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Post by DDdad on 12/03/15, 11:38 am

Playing soccer can significantly impact the opportunity to get into good schools. They not only need good soccer players but they need good students who can pass admissions and stay eligible. If you are a soccer player, you basically bypass the normal pool of admissions. You still have to qualify but you get to the head of the line. More than money, this can be one of the major advantages of playing soccer. If there are 1,000 kids who all have the same basic scores but one of them runs like a gazelle and has a wicked shot, she gets the nod.

If you have not shopped for College since you went, let me save you the surprise. Costs of gone up. They are WAY up. Now when you get back to girls soccer, there are very few full rides. Mostly halves and quarters. Sometimes you can get out of state tuition waived. Sometimes you can't. That is a major reason why many kids will stay close to home. If you get 1/2 of in state tuition rates, that keeps the costs down. Add an academic scholarship on top of that and it's even better.

All of the schools face the same limits to the number of athletic scholarships. D1 schools are 9.9, DII, 9, DIII is 0. NAIA is 12. Thus, at a school that is highly competitive like a North Carolina which is also and excellent academic school, you will find large numbers of kids on the roster that receive virtually nothing from the athletic department. If you have 2 kids that get full rides, you are down to 7.9 available. Let's just say they offer halves to everyone. That gets you another 16 kids. They have 33 on the roster. Those kids are there for the education, received some sort of academic help and got admissions to the university. All fantastic. Maybe they can get out of state waived as well and that does not count against the limits. I don't know on that. This is also not like high school. There is a HUGE dropout rate from soccer programs in college. I've heard as many as 50% will not play for four years. They may stay in school but not in soccer. Thus, the number of kids each school brings in may vary wildly based upon who quits and who graduates.

Florida State has the same rules as Sam Houston on limits. However, because they want to contend and do contend, they will generally roster a significantly higher number of girls. Thus, each girl gets less. Simple math. If you can attract kids to your program because they get academic money and you get them in or because they get in state tuition or simply because they want to play in your program, that is how those teams get built. It's not football.
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Post by KnKsDad on 12/03/15, 02:18 pm

Thanks for the insight. I get the numbers part. I have heard that it also may have to do with the negative (and I suspect erroneous) perception of how the game is played in TX and if that is the perception then it will change if A&M (or any other program loaded with local talent) starts becoming a fixture at College Cup.

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Post by MaggieMaggie on 12/03/15, 03:14 pm

What we found is many schools offer in-state tuition, early class selections (which is also necessary to plan around practice/play schedules), and the opportunity to have first shot at on-campus housing.  There are no longer athletic dorms, but varsity athletes may be given the opportunity to request and usually receive the better on-campus apartments/dorms.   It also seems like many schools offer more counseling and guidance to student-athletes which certainly can help them transition to being away from home.   One school offered books/in-state tuition if you had over a 3.0 and at least a 24 act.  When I went on their web site, they also offered this to non-athlete students.  Several private schools offered $6k to $10k which will barely cover a meal plan when tuition is $35k to $50k. We absolutely LOVED a school with a very solid soccer team and the coach loved DD. When we ran the numbers, there was just no way we could pay that kind of $$ essentially for her to play soccer. Private college tuition made the years of club dues look like nothing Smile
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Post by Big Daddy on 13/03/15, 10:07 am

DDdad wrote:Playing soccer can significantly impact the opportunity to get into good schools.  They not only need good soccer players but they need good students who can pass admissions and stay eligible.  If you are a soccer player, you basically bypass the normal pool of admissions.  You still have to qualify but you get to the head of the line.  More than money, this can be one of the major advantages of playing soccer.  If there are 1,000 kids who all have the same basic scores but one of them runs like a gazelle and has a wicked shot, she gets the nod.  

If you have not shopped for College since you went, let me save you the surprise.  Costs of gone up.  They are WAY up.  Now when you get back to girls soccer, there are very few full rides.  Mostly halves and quarters.  Sometimes you can get out of state tuition waived.  Sometimes you can't.  That is a major reason why many kids will stay close to home.  If you get 1/2 of in state tuition rates, that keeps the costs down.  Add an academic scholarship on top of that and it's even better.  

All of the schools face the same limits to the number of athletic scholarships.  D1 schools are 9.9, DII, 9, DIII is 0.  NAIA is 12.  Thus, at a school that is highly competitive like a North Carolina which is also and excellent academic school, you will find large numbers of kids on the roster that receive virtually nothing from the athletic department.  If you have 2 kids that get full rides, you are down to 7.9 available.  Let's just say they offer halves to everyone.  That gets you another 16 kids.  They have 33 on the roster.  Those kids are there for the education, received some sort of academic help and got admissions to the university.  All fantastic.  Maybe they can get out of state waived as well and that does not count against the limits.  I don't know on that.  This is also not like high school.  There is a HUGE dropout rate from soccer programs in college.  I've heard as many as 50% will not play for four years.  They may stay in school but not in soccer.  Thus, the number of kids each school brings in may vary wildly based upon who quits and who graduates.  

Florida State has the same rules as Sam Houston on limits.  However, because they want to contend and do contend, they will generally roster a significantly higher number of girls.  Thus, each girl gets less.  Simple math.  If you can attract kids to your program because they get academic money and you get them in or because they get in state tuition or simply because they want to play in your program, that is how those teams get built.  It's not football.  

I believe NCAA DI women have more than 9.9 scholarships....

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Post by DDdad on 13/03/15, 10:12 am

You are correct. I quoted the Men's numbers by mistake. Women's are 12, 9, 0 and 12 respectively.
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Post by Guest on 13/03/15, 10:15 am


Women’s Soccer

NCAA D1: 14
NCAA D2: 9.9
NAIA: 12
NJCAA: 18

Google thinks this is correct.


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Post by DDdad on 13/03/15, 10:24 am

I give up. I've looked at three sites and all three are different. Nevertheless, the point is the same. Lots of halves and quarters as the scholarship limits are less than what it takes to field a team.
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Post by Guest on 13/03/15, 10:33 am

DDdad wrote:I give up.  I've looked at three sites and all three are different.  Nevertheless, the point is the same.  Lots of halves and quarters as the scholarship limits are less than what it takes to field a team.  

Thanks for posting DDdad...good to see parents of older dds post their insights as their kids go through (or have completed) this process. Maybe this forum can create a college section and we see more beneficial input like this in the future.

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Post by RightWingDad on 13/03/15, 10:59 am

4-3-3 wrote: Maybe this forum can create a college section and we see more beneficial input like this in the future.

I second the motion. That is one heck of a great idea.
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