An Unmatched Path to College Soccer

Developing Every Player to Their Potential

An Unmatched Path to College Soccer

With several more commitments in the past few months, the FC Wisconsin Class of 2019 has increased to 9 players moving into college soccer, 7 in Division I, at 8 different schools.  That marks nearly the entire graduating class of players committed, with only a few players still making final decisions as their high school years come to a close.

  • Liz Murphy – University of St. Thomas
  • Gina Muzi – University of Portland
  • Maria Nordness – DePaul University
  • Nicole Norfolk – Valparaiso University
  • Jordie Rothwell – Creighton University
  • Sydney Schaaf - West Point (TBD)
  • Emma Tabor – Marquette University
  • Maddie Tabor – Marquette University
  • Sophia Toscano – UW - Parkside
  • Emma Jaskaniec – University of Wisconsin

Next year, the FC Wisconsin Class of 2020 already includes 9 committed players, all to Division I in 8 different schools.  The Class of 2020 will continue a streak of college placement that is unmatched in Wisconsin soccer.

FC Wisconsin has helped more female players move on to college soccer, to Division I soccer, and to become standouts in college soccer than any other club in Wisconsin.

Beyond the growing number of players moving to college every year, the club’s alums in college have been fantastic once they get to the collegiate field.  Club alums have earned All-Conference awards in the Big 10, Big 12, Pac-12, Big East, Missouri Valley, America East and more conferences across the country, and dozens have played in the NCAA Tournament.

The FC Wisconsin experience is dedicated to helping young athletes maximize their potential, and for those with the will to work and train, to help them become collegiate student-athletes.  No club is better at teaching and helping young players to long-term success.

Join FC Wisconsin today to see the difference

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