Rush Soccer Partners with iSoccerPath to Provide Online College Soccer Education for its Members

*iSoccerPath’s online modules will be made available to 20,000 Rush Soccer players across the U.S. and Canada, increasing college commits for the organization.*

NEW YORK, NY (April 23rd, 2019)- Rush Soccer, the largest soccer club organization in the U.S., has chosen iSoccerPath to provide their online education program for all RUSH Soccer affiliate clubs across the United States and Canada. One of only a few NCAA-assessed* soccer education services in the nation, iSoccerPath is an online learning platform created by college coaches for prospective college soccer athletes, grades 8th-12th, and their families.

The iSoccerPath and Rush Soccer partnership will provide 20,000 eligible 8th through 12th grade soccer players unique education on the college placement and selection process. iSoccerPath’s two-tutorial education based programs, College Kick-Off and College Premier, will give each Rush Club the ability to increase their college commitments to all players, no matter the player team level.

“Having Rush Soccer choose iSoccerPath as their college education provider for their families across the country is a huge accolade for all us here at iSoccerPath. Rush is not only the largest, but also one of the top run soccer organizations in the U.S. and abroad,” says Andrew Vanover, Chief Operating Officer of iSoccerPath.  “The partnership is a testament to the success of our iSoccerPath education modules, designed by college coaches for high school athletes who want a competitive edge in the recruitment process. This partnership allows for Rush Soccer to provide our leading online platform and increase college soccer commits for all player levels in their club, not just the 1st team players.”

Aligning the core values shared by both organizations, iSoccerPath will also provide Rush Soccer with nearly 50 free college education programs to benefit at-need families in each club. The free education programs will give these families access to iSoccerPath’s resources on the college ID process, scholarships, college communication and more, which result in an increase in college admittance.

“The college recruitment process can be very overwhelming and stressful. The goal of the College Advisory Program (CAP) is to help all of our high school age players through the recruitment process,” says Josh Tyler, National CAP Director for Rush Soccer.  “We have a comprehensive four year plan that helps players through the whole process and iSoccerPath aligns perfectly with what the CAP is working towards for our Rush families. iSoccerPath dives even further into the educational side of the recruitment process and I feel it is a huge asset for all of our Rush families going through this process.”

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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.


Based out of New York City, NY, Rush Soccer is an international sports organization focused on the development of soccer players. Rush Soccer partners with 100 clubs across the globe, and provides comprehensive club development curriculum that benefits over 32,000 players through professionally-run trainings, tournaments, and a cutting edge coaching system developed to enhance players’ skills both on and off the field. As one of the largest professional development systems in the world – and with an ever-expanding global footprint – Rush Soccer is creating a professional pathway for young soccer players unavailable anywhere else in the country.

 * (AS OF 8/2016)