Arlington College Pathway Process
The Arlington College Pathway Program supports our high school-aged players interested in playing at the college level. The CPP aims to provide our college-bound players with guidance, information, and encouragement needed to reach their goals. The club has built strong relationships with college coaches nationwide to provide our players with unparalleled options and visibility.
The CPP is primarily focused on our players in the U15-19 age groups as these will be the most important years to fully understand what is necessary for them to be as successful in ascertaining what they want from the process.
There will be many levels of support throughout the CPP. which are listed below:
The Arlington soccer calendar provides players appropriate competitive showcases throughout the year including our own College Showcase, as well as a diverse competitive calendar to try and give our players the ability to be seen by college coaches as much as possible.
The College ID Program is a 4-week program that gives Arlington players (U15-U19 Boys & Girls) the opportunity to be coached by different NCAA Division 1 and Division 3 college coaches. The program is conducted in Arlington and provides players exposure to college coaches and expectations of playing in college.
Arlington College Network and Track Record
Arlington is one of the most established clubs in the USA and has placed hundreds of players to collegiate programs across the country.
Arlington conducts annual seminars providing important information on the college recruiting process. We have Arlington Alumni and College Coaches present at these meetings to answer questions from our student-athletes and parents.
This platform gives Arlington players the ability to be accountable for their entire college placement process. Arlington has entered into a relationship with College Fit Finder that will benefit all our players are they work towards making their final decision on which school to attend.
Access to NCAA and Important Recruiting Links
For more information please contact College Pathway Program Directors Declan Coll (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the girls, and Jake Ouimet (email@example.com) for the boys.