(San Ramon, California)- iSoccerPath, the premier education and evaluation company for families of prospective college soccer student athletes, is honored and excited to add Jim Rooney, ex-USSF National staff coach and evaluator, to its staff for the upcoming 2015-2016 student athlete education year. Coach Rooney will be helping iSoccerPath expand its educational efforts to leading iSoccerPath families and their sons and daughters to opportunities at colleges on the East Coast.
iSoccerPath provides a grade specific program to high school players and their families on what to do and how to prepare to become a highly visible student athlete in the college recruiting world. “We at iSoccerPath are tremendously proud to add Jim to our Coaching Director staff in charge of the East Coast for our ISP players to have opportunities to some of the top schools and soccer conferences in the Country” said Jeff Jaye, Managing Director of iSoccerPath. “Coach Rooney’s experience at all levels of soccer from youth development to the professional level gives him an incredible depth of knowledge and insight to achieve success. We have no doubt that he will excel at helping our East Coast clients realize their dream of playing soccer at the collegiate level, and we are excited to be able to extend the reach of our iSoccerPath program.” Please read bio below.
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Rooney’s Bio: Rooney played college soccer at Fordham University and C.W. Post. At C.W. Post, Rooney set the record of most goals in a single season: 21, which still stands today. He began his professional career in 1994 with the Long Island Rough Riders and later played in Major League Soccer for the MetroStars, the Miami Fusion and the New England Revolution, where he was an MLS All-Star. Rooney was hired as assistant coach for the Virginia Beach Mariners, led as the Head Coach the USSF Development Academy Team at IMG Academy, and was Assistant Coach of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. In January of 2011, Rooney was named an Assistant Coach for the United States U17 National Residency Soccer Team, where he coached for 3 years. He resides in Florida with his wife and 3 daughters.