College Resource Page
Welcome to the new United Soccer Coaches College Resources Page
Coaches’ Corner Spotlight: Successes On & Off The Field
We’re highlighting the amazing work of college coaches in their communities by telling their unique stories. Do you have a story or person you think should be featured? Consider submitting it to the United Soccer Coaches Soccer Journal here.
Below are Resources, Rule Changes, and Current Legislation That We Have Collected For All College Levels:
WEBINARS & WORKSHOPS
Covering college coaching
topics from all levels
- Our Journey to College Coaching – A webinar detailing the journeys of four different coaches that now coach at the collegiate level.
- HBCU Panel – Creating Opportunities for Players and Coaches – A real conversation about the HBCU soccer pathway. An inside inspirational talk celebrating the successes of all-black teams. Black legends of the game pass the torch to our new generation of coaches and leaders, creating more opportunities through HBCUs.
- COVID 19 Automatic Wavier– A webinar for college-bound student-athletes and their families to share the extension of the COVID-19 automatic waiver and the current required initial-eligibility standards.
2022 National Championship Sites & Location
NCAA Men & Women
Division I Men’s College Cup: Dec. 9 & 11, WakeMed Soccer Park, Cary, N.C.
Division I Women’s College Cup: Dec. 2 & 4, WakeMed Soccer Park, Cary, N.C.
Division II Men: Dec. 1 & 3, Interbay Stadium, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Wash.
Division II Women: Dec. 1 & 3, Interbay Stadium, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Wash.
Division III Men: Dec. 2-3, Kerr Stadium, Salem, Va.
Division III Women: Dec. 2-3, Kerr Stadium, Salem, Va.
Men: Nov. 29-Dec. 5, Jack Allen Soccer Complex, Decatur, Ala.
Women: Nov. 29-Dec. 5, Orange Beach Sportsplex, Orange Beach, Ala.
Division I Men: Nov. 28-Dec. 3, Austin-Tindall Soccer Complex, Kissimmee, Fla.
Division I Women: Nov. 28-Dec. 3, Austin-Tindall Soccer Complex, Kissimmee, Fla.
Division II Men: Nov. 15-19, Austin-Tindall Soccer Complex, Kissimmee, Fla.
Division II Women: Nov. 15-19, Austin-Tindall Soccer Complex, Kissimmee, Fla.
NJCAA/California Junior College
Division I Men: Nov. 14-19, Orlando Health Stadium, Melbourne, Fla.
Division I Women: Nov. 14-19, Blanchard Woods Park, Evans, Ga
Division II Men: Nov. 14-19, Kino Sports Complex, Tucson, Ariz.
Division II Women: Nov. 14-19, Kino Sports Complex, Tucson, Ariz.
Division III Men: Nov. 7-12, Genesee Community College, Batavia, N.Y.
Division III Women: Nov. 7-12, Wehrum Stadium, Herkimer, N.Y.
California Junior College:
Men: Dec. 2 & 4, Site TBA
Women: Dec. 2 & 4, Site TBA
ELIGIBILITY & TRANSFER GUIDES
Resources for International, Two-Year, & Four-Year Students
- NCAA 2021 Guide for College-Bound Student-Athlete
- NCAA Initial-Eligibility Brochure
- The NCAA Eligibility Center recently extended COVID-19 academic relief to student-athletes graduating during the 2021-2022 school year, next year’s senior student-athletes will not be required to submit a standardized test score (ACT or SAT) for certification purposes. NCAA Eligibility Center COVID-19 Response FAQs
International Student Athlete
- Future International Student-Athletes
- Initial Eligibility Brochure
- Division I Initial-Eligibility Quick Reference Sheet
- Division II Initial-Eligibility Quick Reference Sheet
- Canadian High School codes
- Frequently Asked Questions for International College-Bound Student-Athletes
- International Education History—How to complete
- International Student-Athlete Participation
- Non-English Language Resources for Future Student-Athletes
Oversight Panels, Game Rules, & More
DATES & DEADLINES
Stay updated with the latest College Announcements
Awards & Rankings
Eligibility for United Soccer Coaches awards program and rankings at the intercollegiate level is through College Services membership.
College Calendar sponsored by EDP
Game Scheduling Portal
Identifying how we can help you be the best coach that you can be
How to Get Involved
If you are interested in getting involved in the association and have a desire to give back to the coaching community, then our Advocacy Groups are a great way to get your foot in the door:
NEEDED-College Advocacy Reps
The Advocacy Council is launching a search for Advocacy Representatives for DI, DII, DIII, NAIA, and Junior College. There will be a Rep for each Division and Gender. These Reps will focus on the non-legislative needs of coaches in their Division and work with the Advocacy Council to address those needs. Please consider joining us as we work to improve the game for College Coaches! Qualified candidates are required to be a current member of United Soccer Coaches and hold a head coaching position at their college or university.
College Advocacy Rep JOB DESCRIPTION
College Advocacy Rep APPLICATION