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Some of our recent success stories

Criteria for a student-athlete to meet the criteria to become a U.S Sports Scholarships Hall of Fame inductee is as follows:
– Achieved All-Conference, Region, or All American status in their sport.
– Achieved an overall GPA of over 3.5.

Joe Wright
Joe Wright2022
Joe joined Saginaw Valley State in 2018 before transferring to Hofstra University in 2019 where he has had lots of success, including the team getting to the 3rd round of the national tournament in 2021.
Hollie Clement
Hollie Clement2021
Hollie received a full scholarship to play soccer at Oakland University in 2017 and has been a standout performer having played in over 50 games in 4 years, all while maintaining a 3.6 GPA.
Megan Gordon
Megan Gordon2020
Megan received a scholarship to play soccer at Southeastern Louisiana University in 2017 & has gone on to make an impressive 54 starts in 3 years, while maintaining a 3.85 GPA.
Callum Watson
Callum Watson2019
Callum joined Hastings College in 2018 and went onto make 38 starts (14 goals and 28 assists) in 2 years, winning multiple honours in the process. Transferred to NCAA D1 Creighton University in 2019.
Tom Singhgolden
Tom Singhgolden2018
Tom received a scholarship to play soccer in 2017 & has gone onto make 30+ starts, scoring 3 goals, and winning multiple honours all while maintaining a 3.8 GPA. Currently playing for Northeastern State.
Milo Downey
Milo Downey2017
Milo received a scholarship to play soccer in 2017 at Rocky Mountain College & went onto make 42 starts in his first 2 seasons and play at the NAIA national tournament, while maintaining a GPA of 3.9.
Matt Bentley
Matt Bentley2016
Matt received a full scholarship in 2016 & went onto make 60+ starts, scoring 40 goals and winning multiple All American honours at Missouri State before being drafted into MLS with Minnesota United.
Ellie Rossiter
Ellie Rossiter2015
Ellie received a scholarship to play soccer at Davis & Elkins in 2015 & went on to make an impressive 62 starts in 4 years & play at the NCAA national tournament, while achieving a 3.9 GPA.