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46 RUSH SOCCER, THE LARGEST YOUTH SOCCER CLUB ORGANIZATION IN THE U.S., HAS CHOSEN SAN RAMON, CA. BASED, ISOCCERPATH, THE LEADING EVENT AND COLLEGE EDUCATION COMPANY IN THE US FOR FAMILIES OF PROSPECTIVE COLLEGE SOCCER STUDENT ATHLETES, TO PROVIDE COLLEGE EDUCATION FOR ALL 41 RUSH SOCCER AFFILIATE CLUBS ACROSS 25 STATES AND CANADA. iSoccerPath will be working with the Rush Soccer College Advisory Program Director Andrew Vanover and all Rush clubs to provide education programs that will give all Rush players and parents advantages in the college placement process. iSoccerPath and their two tutorial education based programs (College Kick-Off & College Premier) will give each Rush club the ability to increase their college commitments to all players no matter their team level. "Having Rush Soccer choose iSoccerPath as their college education provider for their families across the Country is a huge accolade for all us here at iSoccerPath. Rush is not only the biggest, but also one of the top run soccer organizations in the US and abroad. Having the opportunity to help players and families not only on the A team but the B and C teams in each club puts Rush Soccer on the leading edge of offering college soccer commits to ALL players in their clubs, not just the 1st team players." Said Jeff Jaye, Managing Director of iSoccePath. Rush Soccer College Advisory Program Director, Andrew Vanover on the partnership – "Rush Soccer is excited to work hand in hand with iSoccerPath to provide additional resources to our student athletes! ISP is a leader in the industry and we look forward to our relationship. iSoccerPath will provide a step by step tudor to all interested athletes to help them achieve their goals of playing soccer at the college level. This is a big step forward in our CAP program!" RUSH SOCCER PARTNERS WITH ISOCCERPATH CAP

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