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Default New List of College Men's Soccer "Programs That Inspire"

Well, the men's list dropped today. The full top 20 and explanation is here... https://collegeathleticadvisor.com/inspire/

West Florida & Lynn are on there...

Top 5:

1. Amherst College (MA, NCAA Division 3)
2. SUNY Oneonta (NY, NCAA Division 3)
3. Cal State Los Angeles (CA, NCAA Division 2)
4. Ohio Wesleyan (OH, NCAA Division 3)
5. Centre College (KY, Division 3)
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Thank you for the list of 20 colleges that no employer has ever heard of.
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Thank you for the list of 20 colleges that no employer has ever heard of.
and here I thought you couldn't do youth soccer in Florida without leaving Duval County at least occasionally
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Thank you for the list of 20 colleges that no employer has ever heard of.
There's a few no names but several top D3 schools on there. Colorado School of Mines is a top engineering program. One my kids looked at one on the list and the coach and program was phenomenal. The school just didn't do it for my player (and that needs to be the first priority, school fotnthen soccer fit).
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There's a few no names but several top D3 schools on there. Colorado School of Mines is a top engineering program. One my kids looked at one on the list and the coach and program was phenomenal. The school just didn't do it for my player (and that needs to be the first priority, school fotnthen soccer fit).
somebody has seen a LOT of soccer to put together a list like this
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somebody has seen a LOT of soccer to put together a list like this
meh... none of these guys can beat the Gators, although most could probably rock the Hurricanes.
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surprised Palm Beach Atlantic wasn't on there...
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well, if you want more from that list, he's doing a live workshop here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/125554742615 saw him at Player's Showcase in Vegas he's certainly knowledgeable.
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well, if you want more from that list, he's doing a live workshop here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/125554742615 saw him at Player's Showcase in Vegas he's certainly knowledgeable.
Didn't that guy coach at Oxford Emory? They had a Pinecrest kid when he got them to the national championship game...
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Additionally here is a list of players that play at Inspirational DIII schools that have gone on to play in a professional league that anyone has ever heard of:

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