PCSC is excited to host two College Advisory Program presentations facilitated by our CAP Director Anthony DiCicco. We are inviting all 8th through 12th graders who may have ANY interest in playing soccer beyond high school to attend.
8th-10th Graders: Sunday, November 21, 2021 6:30 -7:30pm
11th & 12th Graders: Sunday, December 5, 2021 6:30 -7:30pm
Both programs will be held at:
Park City Soccer Club Education Center
6443 N. Business Park Loop Road, Suite K
Park City 84098
Note that in-person spaces are limited and masks are required in the Education Center. A Zoom link will also be sent out to those who register in advance.
You can register by e-mailing Coach DiCicco at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program will include year-by-year to-do-lists that can be a reference for each player as to what players should be focused on during the process. In addition, Coach DiCicco will discuss the effect COVID19 has had on the process and other recent changes to the college soccer landscape.
This presentation will allow our athletes to gain a comprehensive overview of what they need to do from creating highlight videos to best practices for being seen by college coaches and the importance of grades, social media, etc. Our CAP director will also be available for individual consultation, however the effort starts and ends with the player.
If anyone has any questions, they can contact Coach DiCicco at email@example.com or 860.881.7731. You can register by sending an email to that address with the player’s name, team and graduation year.
To All Aspiring Collegiate Soccer Players,
Our family is incredibly grateful for the Park City Soccer Club College Advisory Program. As the head of the PCSC College Advisory Program, Coach DiCicco played an integral role in helping our daughter get recruited to play DI soccer at SUU. The club and its staff are very connected in the soccer world and have a wealth of knowledge and experience at the collegiate level. Anthony understands what it takes to be a college soccer player and student/athlete, and PCSC families are fortunate to have these resources available to their players.
Our daughter was very late in getting started in the recruiting process. Anthony assured us that every player's journey is different, and that she had nothing to lose by trying. He gave her great advice on highlight tapes and contacting the coaches. Throughout the process, Coach DiCicco's focus centered on academics and fit of school first and foremost. Anthony also made it very clear that playing a sport in college was a huge commitment, one that our daughter needed to be understanding of, and prepared for. He assured us that "no decision was wrong", and that he was there to help us no matter what.
Following the College Advisory Program's step by step guidelines and seeking advice and feedback made the process much smoother.
Chip, Quinn and Remy Eichner