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IMG announces soccer commitments for 2019

Article Written by IMG Academy
Published: June 19, 2019

The IMG Academy Soccer Program has over 150 players with 14 Boys and Girls teams that compete in the US Development Academy, the National Premier League and the Florida Premier League. IMG rivals some of the world’s best academies and training venues. Each student-athlete not only works directly with their coach, but they have a support system dedicated to their progress and success. One of these areas is reflected within IMG’s College Planning and Placement Department, as advisors aid players in finding the ideal program and best match.

The program recommends a systematic approach to the college recruitment process that includes the following:

-          Meetings with a college placement advisor beginning freshman year

-          Involvement with community service efforts such as student-run clubs and organizations

-          Developing both on the field and in areas such as physical conditioning, leadership, communication, and mental toughness

-          Taking advantage of IMG’s tournament schedule, on-campus events, and 200+ coaches who visit campus annually

-          Establishing and ultimately narrowing down a list of schools that meet criteria such as location, size, academic offerings and majors, athletic division, and more

-          Being proactive

-          Creating a profile within the NCAA eligibility center

-          Contacting coaches at the appropriate times throughout the year

-          Establishing consistent communication with college programs of choice

-          Attending ID camps and showcases

-          Recognizing an opportunity to enroll in a post-graduate year to find the best program fit

 

This year, IMG Academy soccer celebrates the below graduating seniors and post-graduates who committed to the process and showcased incredible growth and development. IMG looks forward to seeing their success at the next level. As the next group of players move through their careers, we also recognize their commitments to some of the most notable programs in the country.

IMG Academy Soccer Class of 2019

Division I

-Blair Curry: Seton Hall University

-Nico Tallarico: South Carolina University Upstate

-Joseph Bellotti: Duquesne University

-Rohun Kawale: University of Rhode Island

-Shelby Fountain: Marquette University

-Camila Capmany: Stetson University

-Andrea Capmany: University of South Florida

-Samuel D'Agostino: Bryant University

-Andres Sanchez Esteban: University of Dayton

-Bernardo Brandao: University of Central Florida

-Dawson (Wes) Lorrens: Virginia Military Institute

-Julianna Stureman: Boston University

-Renee Berak: Creighton University

-Tate Nunnink: Florida State University

-Kristin Spering: Georgia Southern University

-Koichi Moriyama: Indiana University

-Madison Vogler: Marshall University

-Ryann Mushkin: Mississippi State University

-Alejandro Martynek: Southern Methodist University

-Selma Vidgren: Texas Christian University

-James Outland: United States Military Academy – Army

-Rebecca Libby: University of California, Davis

-Thomas Wallis: University of North Carolina at Charlotte

-Larsen Hackworth: University of North Carolina, Asheville

-Jessica Lanning: University of Pittsburgh

-Enzi Broussard: West Virginia University

-Yori Broussard: West Virginia University

-Courtney Crevani: University of North Carolina, Asheville

-Sunwoong Kim: Pennsylvania State University

-Jensen Jabara: University of Washington

Division II

-Hannah Brien: University of Tampa

Jorge Castilla de la Garza: Tiffin University

-Zita Chao Lara: Palm Beach Atlantic University

-Luca de Abreu Spinola Caetano: University of Tampa

-Nicole Newton: Lynn University

-Nathan Bettger: Rollins College

-Yu-Liang Chu: Tusculum University

-Cline Burgess: Mars Hill University

-Mia Manuel: Queens University of Charlotte

-Moses Goldberg: University of California, San Diego

Division III

-Ronan Lawrence: Greensboro College

-Timothy Soetedjo: Suffolk University

-Scott Steven Harter: University of Redlands

-Anthony Moon: Chapman University

-Paolo Pastor: Emerson College

-Philip Anderson: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA)

-Mariam Josyula: Bates College

-Guillermo Bendeck: Emory University

-Santiago Pedraza Novak: Regis College (MA)

-Steven Harter Jr.: University of Redlands

-Hope Rubrecht: Virginia Wesleyan University

-Johnathan Hilliard: Widener University

NJCAA:

-Lars Peterson: Louisburg College

-Jason Im: Oxford College of Emory University

-Donggyun Im: Oxford College of Emory

-Victoria Witthinrich: Tyler Junior College

International:

-Victoria Costa: Universidad CEU San Pablo

-Maria Casanueva Guerra: Saint Louis University, Madrid

-Tianna Mullan: University of South Wales

Recent Other College Commitments:

Kiki Maki (2020): Virginia

Hosei Kijima (2020): Wake Forest

IMG Academy is the world’s largest and most advanced multi-sport training and educational institution. IMG’s structure and unparalleled approach has developed some of the world’s top athletes for more than 40 years. In addition to the elite boarding school program available for grades 5-12, IMG offers year-round training in programs such as youth camps, professional and collegiate training, events, group hosting, and more.

To learn more about IMG Academy’s soccer programs, visit www.imgacademy.com.

 
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