Category Archives: social networks

Ben Mawby Sport Scholarship Athlete

Welcome To FirstPoint USA – Matthew, Ben And Daniel

There’s been an influx of talented sportsmen and women recently at FirstPoint USA looking forward to their various sport scholarships!  Gateshead Tyne and Wear rugby star Matthew Cooper has come on board with aspirations to play the sport he loves out in the States and get himself a degree with it just live lots of […]

Welcome to FirstPoint USA – Iwan Mooney

The Cardiff born soccer player mentions the rise of the sport in the States as a big part of the reason he wants to be out there on a Soccer Scholarship and start playing. With the MLS growing substantially with gross viewership at around the 30 million mark, up from 15 million in 2013, it […]

Glasgow Rangers Star Signs On!

FirstPoint USA are delighted to welcome Kelsey Brown on board! Kelsey has an impressive sporting CV having played since the age of 8 for a range of sides including Glasgow Rangers Ladies and Kilmarnock ladies! Kelsey came to us with the intention of playing professional soccer in either America or Europe in the coming years […]

Some New Athlete News…

We are delighted to Sean McCabe to our growing list of rugby players at FirstPoint USA. Sean, who hails from Tullamore in Ireland grew up playing a huge variety of sports including hurling and football at county level but in his late teens decided to focus on his rugby and his talent started to become […]

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Social Media For Student-Athletes

With the fast progression of social media, many schools are now going on the offensive. Social media seminars for student-athletes are becoming commonplace in high schools and colleges across the USA. Four Things to Keep in Mind: 1. It’s a tool, not a toy. Social media isn’t just something for your own entertainment. If used […]

Top Mistakes Potential Student-Athletes Make On Social Networks

You’ve completed your FirstPoint USA checklist, played in all of your client games, and are now waiting for the scholarship offers to roll in, but that doesn’t mean that all the hard work is done! While you are being promoted to U.S colleges by our clearing team, coaches will not just be checking out your […]