Mitch Conning expiereinced a great first season at Iowa Central. He’s kindly sent us his soccer highlight video from the matches during his season. Mitch went out to Iowa in 2013 and we have been keeping up to date with his season on the Triton website. Follow Mitch on twitter at @mitchconning1 for updates on life in the USA. You can also follow the Iowa Central Tritons at @ICTritons If you’d like to apply for a soccer scholarship then apply to FirstPointUSA today!
University Of The Month – Cayuga Community College Cayuga Community College was founded under the sponsorship of the Auburn City School District in 1953 as Auburn Community College; the College officially changed its name to Cayuga County Community College in 1975 when Cayuga County assumed sponsorship The Auburn campus is in Cayuga County, in the heart of New York State’s Finger Lakes region. The Fulton campus offers residents of Oswego County and surrounding areas a wide array of courses, including several complete degree programs, within easy commuting distance. Cayuga has the option of studying the following degree programs – Accounting Broadcasting and Electronic Media Business Administration Computer Technologies Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Electrical Technologies Geographic Information Systems Health Sciences … Continued
Which US College Sports Teams Produce the Largest Profits? Rank School Revenue Expenses Profit 1 University of Texas (Football) $93,942,815 $25,112,331 $68,830,484 2 Univ. of Georgia (Football) $70,838,539 $18,308,654 $52,529,885 3 Penn State Univ. (Football) $70,208,584 $19,780,939 $50,427,645 4 Univ. of Michigan (Football) $63,189,417 $18,328,233 $44,861,184 5 Univ. of Florida (Football) $68,715,750 $24,457,557 $44,258,193 6 Louisiana State Univ. (Football) $68,819,806 $25,566,520 $43,253,286 7 Univ. of Alabama (Football) $71,884,525 $31,118,134 $40,766,391 8 Univ. of Tennessee (Football) $56,593,946 $17,357,345 $39,236,601 9 Auburn Univ. (Football) $66,162,720 $27,911,713 $38,251,007 10 University of Oklahoma (Football) $58,295,888 $20,150,769 $38,145,119 11 Univ. of South Carolina (Football) $58,266,159 $22,794,211 $35,471,948 12 Notre Dame (Football) $64,163,063 $29,490,788 $34,672,275 13 University of Nebraska (Football) $49,928,228 $17,843,849 $32,084,379 14 … Continued
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Defending national champion Oklahoma Baptist sits atop the NAIA Women’s Swimming & Diving Coaches’ Poll, the national office announced Thursday. The Bison earned all five first-place votes and 30 total points to claim their third all-time No. 1 ranking. Since the program’s inception during the 2011-12 season, Oklahoma Baptist has been ranked among the top three in all 10 coaches’ polls. The Bison have placed first in four meets this season and own dual event wins over NCAA Division II Colorado School of Mines and NCAA Division III Southwestern (Texas). Oklahoma Baptist owns the top time in three-of-five relays: the 200 Free, 400 Free and 400 Medley, and also boasts the top individual times in several … Continued
This past weekend, Liam Doyle was awarded NSCAA All-American and he was also awarded Academic All-American. Liam attended the NSCAA soccer convention in Philadelphia, PA. The pictures attached are from the NSCAA All-American luncheon. Attendance during the All-American luncheon was just under 2,000. After graduating from Cincinnati State this coming spring, Liam will be transferring to Ohio State to continue his education and to play soccer for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Congratulations Liam from all at FirstPointUSA! You can check out Liam’s FirstPointUSA footage here
Dribbling a soccer ball is much different than dribbling a basketball, but both come easily to Devin Johnston ’13 of Bloomingdale, Ill. This energetic Olivet student plays stopper on the women’s soccer team and forward on the women’s basketball team. Quite an athletic feat! Her sports participation at Olivet has already taken Devin across the Atlantic and Pacific. In summer 2010, she and the women’s soccer team visited Nairobi and Mombasa in Kenya. “I loved meeting the African people,” Devin says. “They are so positive and friendly. We visited Kibera, one of the largest slums in the world. The people there have so little, but they are so happy and positive.” “They love playing soccer,” she continues. “So we dribbled … Continued
A student-athlete wishing to transfer to a new institution must be aware of how the transfer may affect his or her eligibility. A student-athlete who has decided it to transfer to an NAIA institution should understand these rules that apply to various parts of the transfer process. Keep in mind these rules are for transferring to NAIA schools only. If a student athlete is considering transferring to a non-NAIA institution, the student-athlete must follow the regulations for that particular association. Contacting an NAIA Institution The transfer process typically begins with an enrolled student contacting other institutions to gauge potential interest. A student (or family member) may contact an NAIA institution about a transfer at any time. Once contacted by a … Continued