We spoke with four former U.S. college soccer who used our service to take their career overseas after graduating.
In the fall of 2019, four women’s soccer players from four different US universities arrived at the same U.K. university to continue playing soccer and pursue their master’s degrees. The new teammates not only enjoyed a successful season together on the pitch but they were also able to travel and make some special memories away from the field and the classroom.
In video below, we spoke to Rebecca, Claire, Devlyn and Hannah whilst they were in the U.K. and asked them about their experiences as international students in the U.K. and what it was like to work with Play Overseas.
Where are they now?
Since graduating in 2020, we take a look at the journey each player has had and what they are currently doing after successfully completing their year overseas.
Rebecca graduated Belmont Abbey College in 2019, where she earned multiple All-Conference awards during her four year soccer career.
Since graduating in the U.K. with her master’s degree in Health Psychology, Rebecca has gone on to start her own full time business, a Health & Life Coaching company.
Devlyn graduated from the University of Portland in 2016. After graduating, she played for multiple teams before contacting Play Overseas with the ambition of returning to education and playing another season.
Since graduating in the U.K. with her master’s degree in Sport Management, Devlyn is currently working for a soccer talent company, helping to select young soccer prospects and giving them the opportunity live new experiences outside the American continent.
Claire graduated from Jacksonville State University in 2019. After a prolific four year career with the gamecocks, she ended her US collegiate career in the top-five on the school’s all-time minutes-played list.
Since graduating in the U.K. with her master’s degree in the Psychology of Sport, Claire is currently attending the University of Indianapolis where she is pursuing her Occupational Therapy Doctorate.
Hannah graduated from Dickinson College in 2016. As well as starting every single game of her US collegiate career, Hannah also made four straight appearances on the All Conference squad.
After graduating with her masters in the Psychology of Sport, Hannah is now developing young players as a coach at a US soccer academy.
Male and Female Soccer Players Required For Fall 2022!
We are recruiting men’s and women’s soccer players ahead of the upcoming semester. If you would like to pursue a master’s degree in the U.K. whilst pursuing your playing ambitions, we’d welcome an application from you.
Interested student-athletes can submit an application for our free service via the below link.APPLY