Spring soccer has been shutdown on college campuses, which obviously takes away from valuable development time across all levels of the game.
Similar to club soccer, college programs have been keeping busy with a handful of interesting drills, both indoors and outdoors.
Below are some of the best.
While much of the focus in the frame of athletics is on the soccer, Meaghan Nally, a third-round draft pick by the Portland Thorns in January, put together this video of Georgetown’s senior week: Quarantine edition.
Virginia put together a toilet paper juggling competition in seamless fashion.
In one of the more original videos out there, Oklahoma has cut together a video of players and coaches competing in (separate) crossbar challenges.
The UCF women’s program put together a good effort from their respective homes.
The Fighting Irish women’s soccer team had an original idea: Split the team into two sides and have Twitter followers vote on which side put together the better compilation. Bonus points for highlight each player's location.
The @ndsoccer Spring TikTok Challenge is here!?— ND Women's Soccer (@NDSoccer) March 28, 2020
The team has been split up to Team Navy and Team Gold. Vote for your favorite team in the poll below and the winner will be announced tomorrow!
?#GoIrish ?? pic.twitter.com/SyfhHlO5Uc