Jungo continues to support players and build meaningful pathways for discovery and advancement. Outstanding partnership promoting boys with the ambition to compete on the college soccer stage.
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Thank you for the important job that you do; keeping the kids safe and the game flowing. ❤️
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Creating pathways for player identification and advancement. Jungo Sports is connecting youth soccer in the U.S.
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Connecting players youth soccer players to their ecosystem, leading to advanced placement.
Why Jungo & the GA? Our @jungosports partnership creates a shared platform for player feedback, identification & advancement to Talent ID & college programs; a soccer eco-system that connects all coaches and players. Watch the webinar: https://girlsacademyleague.com/girls-academy-jungo-partnership/ #GAPartner #GAFTP
Pac 12 schedule taking shape.
azdesertswarm.com The Pac-12 soccer season will start later and be a little shorter this season. Multiple sources say the 2020 campaign (which will take place entirely in 2021) will consist of 16 games—four...
If you want it, go get it. The only person that defines you, and what you want, is you. Wake up and fight.
Wake up and fight!
One of Woodie Guthrie’s resolutions was to “Wake up and fight.”
But he wasn’t talking about being a bully. Or picking a fight at the local bar.
He was talking about changing the culture.
He was challenging himself to push back against the doubters, and even more than that, to overcome his own self-doubt.
The culture is created by all of us. It might feel as though it’s done to us, but it’s also created by us.
Wake up, stand up and fight. Make things better.
Seth Godin (Seth’s Blog)
Player identification, recommendation, and placement to elite platforms just got easier. Jungo Sports and the GA leading the way.
💪The GA names Jungo Sports as an Official Talent ID and the Official College Placement Partner! GA players can receive real-time ratings from trusted coaches while allowing discovery from scouts and college coaches. #GAPartner #GARising #GATalentID #CollegeProcess
Players are getting discovered, recruited, and placed.
For the players.
jungo-sports.com US Youth Soccer has cancelled National League events for December. Download the JungoSports app and read this article to discover how Jungo Sports can help.
It’s not complicated if you are a marquee player at the highest level. However for the thousands of players with the love. Passion, ability and ambition, but not one of those marquee players...YOU HAVE A CHANCE.
Jungo can help. Your ratings and level of play will result in a list of schools that will find you to be an attractive prospect. Unique. Effective. Simple....cost less than a cup of coffee.
jungo-sports.com Jungo Sports helps soccer player connect with college coaches and programs that are the best fit for their talents, traits, and academics. You can build your profile for free and begin connecting immediately.
This could have a major impact on all D1 sports...
The challenge for 2021's and 2022's are two fold: 1. Getting evaluated in person, 2. Current college seniors getting another year of eligibility. Ties up money and roster spots.
ncaa.org The Division I Council on Wednesday extended the recruiting dead period for all Division I sports through April 15.
A platform that maximizes opportunities for kids in youth soccer.
“Unbutu” is an African word meaning, “I am, because you/we are.” Individual self actualization depends on others. A complex exchange and engagement.
Jungo Sports connects the youth soccer community to support and empower players in their journey.
Simply put, it’s a we thing!
It’s official! The NCAA Division I Council approved the following measure into the NCAA bylaws effective immediately.
The rule, proposed by the NCAA’s student athlete advisory panel, states that the first Tuesday after Nov. 1 every year is an NCAA-mandated off-day for Division I teams.
That includes this year's Election Day on Nov. 3.
College placement just got more challenging for players pursuing College placement to D1 programs.
Creative solutions to your college placement exist. Jungo Sports can help.
Supporting players with the goal of inspiring, feeding their passions, and guiding them to their full potential.
Kids want to know they have a chance. Coaches want to support and guide players in their development. Meaningful feedback that supports player development, and for high school players, feedback leads to college recommendations that match their level of play... we are Jungo Sports.
Supporting players, coaches, clubs, leagues, organizations with one goal in mind...showing kids they have a chance and path to get there.
Dead period extended. Showcasing continues to be a challenge.
si.com Teams will not be able to have recruits on campus until at least October.
Twists and turns, that is college soccer.
bleacherreport.com Leaders from the Power Five conferences are reportedly looking into the possibility of holding fall sports championships without the NCAA...
New college commitment today, Kayla Wallace of the Reign Idaho 03 girls commits to play for Seattle Pacific University.
Reign Idaho College Placement Update:
Sophie Drown - Boise State University
Ash Graham - College of Idaho
McCall Pugh - UC Colorado Springs
Bre Norris - U of Portland
Violet Rademacher - U of Portland
Kayla Wallace - Seattle Pacific University
*STAY TUNED. MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS TO COME.
Jungo Sports platform guides players to school that are a good fit. Today’s college placement requires creative solutions.
McCall Pugh (2021), Reign Idaho 03’s, commits to play at U of Colorado - Colorado Springs. Congratulations!
Feedback from coaches that result in college placement guidance.
U.S. Soccer return to play guidelines.
ussoccer.com “PLAY ON” Phases Provide Guidance for Return to Full-Team Competitions; Each Phase Should be Implemented Only If and When Local Regulations Deem It Safe
the recruitment world is going digital, and here is a great tool to support players and clubs.
Play. Develop. Showcase. Advance.
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Ken Snow, one of the all time prolific goal scorers at Indiana University, and 6th in all time scoring in the NCAA, dies at 50 due to COVID-19 complications.
If you played or coached in his era, as I did...you know of Ken Snow, as he was beyond an IU legend. The Snow name is synonymous with IU and college soccer. He will be missed.
frontrowsoccer.com Former U.S. international striker Ken Snow, a two-time winner of the Hermann Trophy while starring at Indiana University, passed away due to complications from COVID-19 Sunday.
[05/21/20] Start, build and target for peak performances is an art and science. Asking players, coaches, teams and clubs to “re-open” and begin training, without certainty is tough. Players check out. Coaches checkout. Families check out. Without a specific plan to train and build up to peak performance....it’s an act of folly. Frankly irresponsible and impossible to compete at your best. Not to mention putting players at risk. A return to play without meaningful games to prepare and build match fitness...players are at risk.
Future is bright. Pathways beginning to clear. If you have the ability and ambition there will be a way.
mlssoccer.com Over the years, a certain type of hypothetical has become a common discussion topic among youth development folks in the US and Canada: What if the next Lionel Messi is growing up somewhere off the beaten path in North America, say rural Nebraska or Manitoba, or in a blue-collar neighborhood like El
Boom. ODP is back! Thank you MLS and USYS!
mlssoccer.com Major League Soccer and US Youth Soccer, the largest youth sports organization in the country, announced the creation of a groundbreaking strategic partnership aimed at supporting and engaging individual soccer players and communities throughout the United States. The news comes amid an ongoing
Pathways as I understand it.
With so many changes these last few weeks, I thought I would outline the player and club platforms as I understand it to date (after MLS Academy, this is in no particular order or relevance):
MLS Academy - Elite Boys platform for; development and competition, college placement, US Soccer National Teams, and MLS professional opportunities.
Girls Academy League (GAL) - Elite Girls platform for; development and competition, college placement, US Soccer National Teams, and NWSL professional opportunities.
USL Academy - Elite second tier platform primarily focused on boys for; development and competition, college placement, and USL and MLS academy and professional opportunities
ECNL - National elite and competitive platform for boys and girls development, competition, and college opportunities.
USYS National League; National and Regional elite and competitive platform for boys and girls development, competition, and college opportunities.
There are other leagues and platforms worthy of mention: National Premier League (NPL) and Super Y respectively.
MLS is leading the way for the elite youth soccer player in the U.S.
mlssoccer.com It's a new era for soccer development in North America. A total of 65 elite academy clubs which formerly participated in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy will join MLS's existing club academies as part of a new elite player development platform that is set to transform youth player development in
It’s a players journey we coaches share in. We have a small window of influence. In that time players need meaningful feedback and guidance that leads them to opportunities beyond their team and club.
If you want to take control of your player development and college placement.
If you want a quick way for your coach to provide meaningful feedback about your progress and development.
If you’re a high school player and want feedback that results in college suggestions based on your level of play.
Jungo Sports is for you. Create your free profile today!
Bre Norris, 2021 Grad, - Verbal Commitment to University of Portland
Player evaluations and feedback, and tracking player development all in the palm of your hand.
Feedback and ratings that results in college suggestions.
Recommending players to college programs with a touch of a button.
Cool tool....and it's free.
Why Jungo Sports?
"It takes a village"; we created a platform for all trusted coaches in a players' life, to work together, helping guide a player through their youth soccer journey.
Coaches can now track a players' development, provide meaningful feedback, and keep kids engaged, all from the palm of their hand.
Guiding players towards hundreds of level appropriate college programs, is now a reality.
Jungo Sports makes it easier for players, families, clubs, and coaches.
[04/19/20] “In Search of Greatness” on Amazon. A must watch for anyone truly interested in player development, player retention, and finding personal greatness.
Here’s a thought with a reset on youth soccer in mind:
1. Clubs take pride in sending their top players on... self preservation at the expense of players and their development can and should go away. Stop the pressure!
2. ODP is free. Yes...FREE. That’s where the top players go. PERIOD. Provide regular training and competitions for these groups 8-10 months out of the year. High school participation is encouraged.
3. Here’s a BIGGIE! Let kids be kids...this includes the elite players too. They need time off. Parents do too. Let’s get real, the soccer junkies will still play. And it’s in those unstructured environments they do real learning.
4. The “leagues”... need to be revamped. Every player is NOT an elite competitive player. Most “participate”, you know exactly what I am talking about. So for most participants, it should be LOW COST to participate. Focus on local and in state.
5. Let’s not take ourselves so serious. Yes it’s now a business, livelihoods important, but we are pushing kids out as fast as we are bringing them in.
6. Academies for 3-5 year olds is about money. Don’t even try to debate this. You want to know why so many kids drop our sport at 13? Because they have been in an overly coached environment since they were 3 years old. 10 years and they haven’t even physically developed to hit a 40 yard ball...and now there out!
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Things are moving fast.
mlssoccer.com Major League Soccer announced the launch of a new elite youth competition platform intended to provide year-round high-level matches for MLS club academy teams and non-MLS academy teams that previously participated in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy which ceased operations. The new platform will
Development Academy is done.
ussoccer.com It is with profound disappointment that we have made the determination to end the operation of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy, effective immediately.
This may be the return of ODP.
If there only was a way to reduce the cost of playing elite level soccer in the U.S. and improve the identification process for professional and national teams... stay tuned.
apple.news It's impossible to judge whether the decision, which would be the first significiant one under new CEO Will Wilson, without knowing the new plan.
Perspective and insights to the return to youth soccer.
wsj.com Dr. Pete Zopfi, chair of the board of U.S. Youth Soccer, spoke with The Wall Street Journal about when young athletes might be able to get back on the field as the coronavirus pandemic continues, and how the virus could change sports.
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