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BSC College Advisory Program

Welcome to the Broomfield Soccer Club College Advisory Program!

The mission of the BSC CAP is to assist all players and their families with the college recruiting and admissions process.  We are here to help guide our players to their ultimate goal, whether it’s playing at the highest college level possible or figuring out the college application and selection process -- or both!

Along with the online resources available here,  we will be holding periodic seminars on important topics in college recruiting. These may include current college players sharing their experiences, a college coaches panel, or other experts in different parts of the college admission process. Lastly, stay on the cutting edge of the college landscape by subscribing to our college newsletter, where we will share the newest articles, interviews, and other interesting information we encounter.

The recruiting and college process can be consuming, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming! Those who are invested and take ownership will enjoy the journey and be excited about their final decision. We are here to help you!

Jim Hunter and Jeff Vigil
Girls and Boys CAP Directors

Information about the CAP Program

At Broomfield Soccer Club, we want all our players to have the best possible experience playing soccer, and our Club is geared towards this. But we also want to ensure that our players are aware of their options after they graduate high school and club soccer is no longer an option.

College soccer and recruiting is a subject very few people outside the system know much about. There are many frustrating rules and regulations which coaches and players (and parents) must adhere to and some of these rules change considerably between governing bodies and division of play. Additionally, all coaches have different philosophies for how they recruit and the specific players they are looking for.

One thing that is true is this: if you want to play college soccer, there is almost certainly a place for you somewhere - especially for female players. This is largely due to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. This law ensures equal opportunity for female athletes. Due to the low-cost involved with a soccer program, there are many more women’s programs than men’s.

The entire recruiting process can take a very long time and may seem daunting. From gathering your academic information and test scores, to going through the NCAA Eligibility Center (this will be explained later), to contacting coaches, playing in showcases, making a shortlist, choosing the right school for academic and personal reasons, filling out the FAFSA (again, this will be explained later) and eventually getting into school, this guide teaches you how the process works and how best to approach it.

It is very important to understand that no one course of action is right for everyone. Every school and coach may handle the process differently for his or her prospective student-athletes. But there are many things you do need to know about the process before you begin. We are here to help!


Broomfield Soccer Club

2150 W. 6th Ave, Suite F
Broomfield, Colorado 80020

Phone: 303-466-0096
Email: [email protected]

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