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It should be noted that the only way to gauge success is by obtaining a D1 scholarship - and that only counts if you tell everyone about it.

If you don't do either of those, you are a complete failure and should have never tried to play soccer - or anything else.
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I do not know who the prognosticators on this thread are targeting. People in the know are perfectly aware of who the good players are and aren't. There is no point in arguing about a league. When you go to an ID camp, they don't divide the players up by the league they play in. They put them all on the same field, watch them play, and call the best ones back.
The 03s will graduate soon and the GPS coach will no longer be a topic of discussion.
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From watching girls from gda, ecnl, and oysa play all together in high school, it was plain to see that while there are good players in all 3 leagues, the highest concentration are in ecnl. In addition, there were a few commits from all 3 leagues that were complete head scratchers and made you wonder how they got their commitments, considering they were consistently outplayed by non committed players. That said, the top ecnl commits looked like the top recruits when able to compare on the same fields with gda and oysa commits. OYSA looked the weakest, which isnít surprising, because they play in the weakest league and arenít challenged as much or as often. End of the day, those oysa players are also going D1 though so any of the 3 leagues works for D1 recruitment. Actually easiest to look good in oysaís weak league. Precisely why CUís 05s and 06s crush the oysa teams - such weak competition. When the CU teams move up to ecnl league, those teams they crushed, suddenly look like superstar teams.
Agree, with over 1,0000 college womenís soccer teams, there are plenty of options for all the Oregon players who really want to play.
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It should be noted that the only way to gauge success is by obtaining a D1 scholarship - and that only counts if you tell everyone about it.

If you don't do either of those, you are a complete failure and should have never tried to play soccer - or anything else.
This is all about certain clubs trying to corner the market on top talent, nothing more. Pretending that they are the only royal road to college. It's BS. All of it.
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Agree, with over 1,0000 college womenís soccer teams, there are plenty of options for all the Oregon players who really want to play.
Soccer being pay to play, most girls come from better educated and wealthier families. Much more impressive for a player to go to Stanford and not play soccer than for the same girl to go to the UofO or OSU and play soccer, like the Thorns Academy player did. Itís girls soccer and no one cares even one year down the road where you played soccer. Where a girl goes to school impacts her career and entire life. Not knocking UO or OSU in the least. If thatís the best a girl can do academically, then itís even more awesome if she can play soccer there too but, unless a girl plans to go pro, academics come first for almost all families.
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Soccer being pay to play, most girls come from better educated and wealthier families. Much more impressive for a player to go to Stanford and not play soccer than for the same girl to go to the UofO or OSU and play soccer, like the Thorns Academy player did. Itís girls soccer and no one cares even one year down the road where you played soccer. Where a girl goes to school impacts her career and entire life. Not knocking UO or OSU in the least. If thatís the best a girl can do academically, then itís even more awesome if she can play soccer there too but, unless a girl plans to go pro, academics come first for almost all families.
A kid I went to Sunday school went to Harvard and my debate partner went to University of Chicago - it speaks highly of my parentsí choices.
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A kid I went to Sunday school went to Harvard and my debate partner went to University of Chicago - it speaks highly of my parentsí choices.
I bet both would include ďwithĒ in your sentence. Which is why they went to Harvard and UC and you went local. Good to know smart people, though.
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It should be noted that the only way to gauge success is by obtaining a D1 scholarship - and that only counts if you tell everyone about it.

If you don't do either of those, you are a complete failure and should have never tried to play soccer - or anything else.
noted and agreed.
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I bet both would include ďwithĒ in your sentence. Which is why they went to Harvard and UC and you went local. Good to know smart people, though.
With or without proofreading the Harvard guy was a tool (and is now underpaid and over educated) despite his parents excellent choice of Sunday schools.
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Lol at the idiot who said not playing in college is better than playing and going to UO or OSU

Maybe at the thorns the kids wash out and donít play in college but other kids actually love the game.


Also there is no difference between top OYSA Ecnl and da kids in Oregon.

They are nearly all the same except you are being scammed out of money for Ecnl. Just consider all the kids at those clubs that canít even get into George Fox.

The da is currently a joke anyway and itís tooo easy to point out how bad the teams and players are.
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