iSoccerPath Adds New College Program Director, Andrew Vanover
(San Ramon, California) – iSoccerPath, the premier education company for families of prospective college soccer student athletes, is happy to announce the addition of Andrew Vanover as our new College Program Director.
Andrew Vanover has been working in the soccer world since 1997
with a wide range of experiences. From coaching at the club level, to being a Director of Coaching, and being an assistant coach at the college level. He is currently with Capelli Sport and FC Europa based in South Pennsylvania, with his most recent job as the National College Advisory Program Director for Rush Soccer. Vanover was the Woman’s Assistant Coach for Madonna University from 2003 to 2007 giving him ample time to not only understand players at the club level, but to understand players at the college level and what it takes to get there. He holds a USSF ‘A’ License and a USC Premier Diploma. Vanover is excited to be able to help student-athletes reach their dream of playing college soccer with iSoccerPath.
“I am excited to begin work with iSoccerPath! iSoccerPath is a leading provider in the college education process and it’s vision aligns with my philosophy and helping future student athletes achieve their goal of getting to the next level.”
Jeff Jaye, Managing Director of iSoccerPath, on Andrew accepting the position with iSoccerPath, “To have the person that oversaw and managed the College Advisory Program for the largest youth soccer club organization in the U.S. is a huge benefit for iSoccerPath players, families and our partner clubs. I have worked closely with Andrew over the past year with our Rush affiliation and learned so much about running and rolling out College Programs to multiple clubs in multiples States and Countries. Add in his college coaching background and we just, without a doubt, gave our iSoccerPath parents and players an even better chance at gaining a college soccer roster spot by giving them information approved by the top club college advisor.”