“Your Bridge from Club To College Soccer”
(San Ramon, California) – iSoccerPath, the premier education company for families of prospective college soccer student athletes, is happy to announce it has been approved to offer it’s college education programs to the Liverpool International Academy Norcal families in Los Gatos, California.
iSoccerPath will be working with Liverpool FC parents and players to enhance and increase their chances of getting a roster spot on a college soccer program. “We are incredibly honored to work with Liverpool FC and their excellent coaching staff. Our goal is to work very closely with DOCs Mike Aspinall and Matt Grassam and their staff to provide their parents and players the most current & relevant information on how to become a college student athlete.” said Jeff Jaye, Managing Director of iSoccerPath, “Coach Mike Aspinall and Coach Matt Grassam are committed to all their players who want to get a college education and play soccer after graduating high school. This is a great opportunity for iSoccerPath and we are looking forward to helping the club increase their college commitments.”
“We’re excited to see how our families will benefit from the extra help iSoccerPath provides as they supplement what we’re already doing for our players,” says Coach Mike Aspinall. “iSoccerPath is a huge asset for all players going through the recruiting process and being able to provide this resource puts us a step ahead of the rest. Together we will be able to make the college soccer recruiting process less daunting for all Liverpool families.”
iSoccerPath is a one-of-a-kind, non-recruiting and non-scouting education program for youth soccer players (8-12th grade) that provides the tools needed to become a collegiate soccer athlete. As one of the only NCAA- assessed* online education programs, iSoccerPath is designed and led by college soccer coaches and college soccer parents. Their unique online learning center provides education modules, secret tips on the college soccer process, personal evaluations and more that increase a player’s chance of earning a coveted offer from a college soccer coach.
* (AS OF 8/2016)