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Monday, July 11, 2022
USA CUP Premier ID College Combine
Get recruited at the largest youth tournament in the USA on July 11, 2022!
The National Sports Center is hosting the 2nd annual USA CUP Premier ID College Combine. This ID Combine will help prospective student athletes participating in USA CUP Weekend or USA CUP learn about the college recruiting experience and showcase skills to college coaches. College coaches from all over Minnesota and throughout the Midwest and America are invited to attend.
- One day event, Monday, July 11 – 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
- National Sports Center Stadium
- Classroom Session
- Small-Sided Games
- Full Sided Games
- Open to all prospective student-athletics with graduation dates of 2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026 (limited only by number and age, grade level, and/or gender).
- Sessions will be livestreamed.
- Limited Openings
- Registration deadline July 5, 2022 Register here!
- Click here to register!
- Login and select the corresponding event.
If this is your first time using the system, you will need to create an NSC Event HQ account. You only need one account per family (the account should be set up with an adult as the account holder) Once you create your household account and have verified your email address and set your password you can then add “participants” to your account (children, spouses, etc.)
New Account click here to get started
Already have an account then click here to login
Please contact the program registrar with any questions or for further assistance
- $125 per participant
- Each participant receives:
- Recruiting packet for classroom session
- Each participant receives:
- Participants that playing in Target USA CUP are eligible for a participant discount. Please email Clinton for the code.
- Refund Policy. Refunds are not issued for cancelled registrations after the player has been accepted into the program. Cancelled registrations can by a different individual for the 2022 event or transferred to a future NSC ID Combine session. Valid until the 2023 event.
- Surcharge Fee. The National Sports Center has instituted a 2% surcharge on all submitted card payments to help cover a portion of the processing fees assessed to the NSC by the card processing companies. Customers can avoid the fee by paying with an e-check with an online registration.
Event Cancellation Policy: The following policy will be enacted IF an event hosted by the National Sports Center MUST be canceled by the directives of the State of Minnesota or the Minnesota Department of Health. Please know that our top priority on making decisions moving forward will be the safety and health of our players, coaches, referees, employees and fans.
Participants will receive a refund for your event entry. Team registration refunds will be processed at 100% of the registration total. Refunds will be credited to your account by no later than December 31, 2022. *Please note that if a individual elects to drop prior to the event, the above voucher policy will be in effect. This includes individuals making their own decision to withdraw prior to the potential cancellation. If a customer (club, team, individual) is required to quarantine because they have become sick or exposed to the COVID-19, and are not able to participate for this reason, there will be no refund unless done within the parameters of the existing policy for refunds.
- 8:30 a.m. – 9 a.m. – Registration/Welcome
- 9 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. – Classroom Session Group 1/Training Session Group 2
- 10 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. – Classroom Session Group 2/Training Session Group 1
- 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. – Full Side Games
- 11:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. – Registration/Welcome
- 12:15 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Classroom Session Group 1/Training Session Group 2
- 1:15 p.m. – 2 p.m. – Classroom Session Group 2/Training Session Group 1
- 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. – Full Side Games
Dan Rothert, Founder, Top Student Athlete Recruiting
-Before retiring from college coaching after the 2019 season, Dan Rothert, was one of the most successful college soccer coaches in NCAA history at any level. One of the few coaches with over 500 collegiate wins, Rothert’s 613 wins at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, between the men’s and women’s programs, puts him in rarified company. Rothert built Loras College into a NCAA III powerhouse for both men’s and women’s soccer. In his 22 years with the men, his teams won 12 conference championships and made 12 NCAA tournaments, while advancing to 8 Sweet Sixteen’s and 5 NCAA Final Fours (including finishing as national runner-up in 2015).
Rothert also spent 5 years as Associate AD overseeing recruiting where he learned the in and outs of admissions and financial aid and uses this knowledge to help his clients find great fit opportunities and save money on college costs.
His company, Top Student Athlete Recruiting helps high school soccer prospects and families find the right-fit college to attend and compete at – academically, athletically, socially and financially. Click here to learn more.
Brandon Barkus, Head Women’s Coach, Augustana University
– Barkus has been the Head Soccer Coach at Augustana since 2006, compiling a record of 155-99-28, six NCAA tournament appearances and one NSIC tournament championship.
In 2019, Barkus saw seven of his players earn All-NSIC honors (including three on the All-NSIC First Team), three earn USCA All-Region honors, two earn D2CCA All-Region honors, one earn CoSIDA Academic All-District honors, one earn NSIC All-tournament honors, four earn NISC Player of the Week honors and 18 earn Academic All-NSIC honors.
As a player, Barkus was a two-time honorable mention All-America goaltender at Benedictine College in Atchison. He started three years for the Ravens and twice served as team captain.
Clay Glasgow, Head Coach, Southwest Minnesota State University
-Clay Glasgow was named head women’s soccer coach at SMSU on Feb. 25, 2022.
Glasgow comes to SMSU after spending the past eight seasons as head women’s soccer coach at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, S.D.
During his last two seasons at DWU, the Tigers amassed back-to-back winning seasons and qualified for the Great Plains Athletic Conference Tournament both seasons. He coached a remarkable number of outstanding athletes including 11 NAIA All-American Scholar-Athletes and 19 All-GPAC selections, with a notable five All-GPAC first team honorees during his tenure. During his first season at DWU in 2014, the team was picked to finish last in the preseason polls, yet the program won 10 games and advanced to the GPAC Tournament semifinals.
Glasgow began his coaching career at Life University in Atlanta, where he worked as a camp coach in 2001-02 while playing soccer at Brewton Parker College. He then transferred to Mount Marty College in Yankton, S.D., where he earned all-conference honors for the Lancers.
Clara Webby, Assistant Women’s Coach, Macalester College
Webby returned to her alma mater as the Scots’ assistant coach in March of 2022. Webby spent the 2021 season as the top assistant at St. Catherine University.
While at St. Catherine, Webby helped the Wildcats win the MIAC regular-season and playoff championships while advancing to the NCAA Tournament. She was honored along with the rest of the coaching staff as Region IX Staff of the Year by the United Soccer Coaches. Before her stint at St. Catherine, Webby was an assistant coach at Macalester under previous head coach Krystle Seidel for two seasons.
Webby was a standout player for the Scots, earning All-MIAC and All-Region honors in 2016 and 2017. During her three seasons as Macalester’s starting central defender, Webby and the Scots registered 26 shutouts. After sitting out her senior season due to injury, she was included on the MIAC Sportsmanship Team. An international studies major, Webby graduated cum laude from Macalester. She also made the Academic All-MIAC team twice.
Zach Neiberger, Assistant Coach, St. Cloud State University
Neiberger enters his second season with the men’s soccer program in 2021.
A resident of Minneapolis, Minnesota, Neiberger served as an assistant coach at Hamline University from 2018-2019. A former high school All-American, Neiberger played his collegiate soccer at NCAA D1 San Diego State University and UW- Milwaukee.
-Augustana University (SD)
-Concordia University, St. Paul
-Johnson & Wales University (RI)
-North Central University
-St. Catherine’s University
-University of Southern Maine
-University of Winnipeg
-University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
-St. Cloud State University
-University of Northwestern (MN)
-University of Wisconsin, Madison
Click here to view those coaches registered for 2021 USA CUP Premier ID College Combine!
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