New College Program
The Rush Soccer Club continues to push itself and its players to reach the highest level of our sport. Whether that is through the professional ranks or the college levels, the Rush is proud to support all of its players through every endeavor.
This collegiate support begins with the U15 age groups and goes through the college years and on to adulthood for any player that chooses to take advantage of it. With the college contacts, relationships, and friendships that the Rush Soccer Club has established throughout the years we are able to help with the initial search, selection and attendance of thousands of NCAA, NJCAA, and NAIA universities, colleges, and junior colleges.
This process begins with the College Advisory Program (C.A.P.) and the college counseling that takes place several times a year throughout the player's high school careers. Our support and assistance continues through the player's collegiate career. The Club provides an outlet to players looking to transfer for just about any given situation. As these same players reach adulthood and look at the next steps after college, the Club is there as well. Players seeking employment in and around the soccer related communities often call on the Rush Staff for assistance and consideration.
The Rush Soccer Club is proud of its own accomplishments but in truth, without the players these accomplishments would not be possible. The Rush Soccer club shows its respect and appreciation to our college bound, college age, and graduated players by publishing periodic updates on our alumni. Please feel free to email the Rush Soccer Club if we have missed anyone!
The Rush Soccer Club is proud of our accomplishments. Our current and previous players make all of this possible. We hope that our players, both current and previous are as proud of the club as we are of them.
College Advisory Program
The Alaska Rush Soccer Club is proud to provide a number of programs outside the normal realm of training, competition, and soccer related activities. One of those programs is the College Advisory Program or C.A.P. This program is provided to our boys and girls teams U15 to U19.
The program is set up to serve the college bound player in a number of different areas. Starting with the freshman year of high school and continuing through their senior year, this program provides information in such areas as:
- College Preparation
- Admissions Counseling
- College Athletics
- College Contact Preparation
- ACT/SAT Guide
- College Research Assistance
The C.A.P. is designed to serve the high school age student and provide them with an avenue to ask questions, perform research, and provide feedback for both the academic and athletic aspects of their collegiate career. The Alaska Rush accomplishes this by meeting with each team during their seasonal year to provide:
- information on both academic and athletic endeavors;
- review any information that the players may have prepared themselves;
- discuss any questions that they players may have;
- discuss any questions that the parents may have.
For a complete listing of Alaska Rush Alumni, please visit the following link: Alumni.
The Sport Source
Rush Soccer is excited to announce its new partnership with The Sport Source. The Sport Source has created a program which is designed to help all Rush Soccer players with their college search, and provide assistance in the college decision process. Families can take advantage of all that The Sport Source offers for substantially less than retail by going through the club. To learn more about the partnership with The Sport Source click here or visit the website at www.thesportsource.com.
"The Family Guide For The College Soccer & Scholarship Journey" is an excellent resource for any and all student-athletes and their families that wish to learn more about the college process. With easy to read and informative articles this book is a must for any student- athlete. We here at the Rush feel that having this book as a resource for our families is a great addition to our College Advisory Program.
For more information, or to purchase the book, please click here.