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Cal South Official Press Release
How to Increase Your Concussion Awareness: Like any sport featuring highly physical activity, soccer has its share of incidents where injuries to the head occur. There always remains the possibility that such an incident can lead to a concussion, which is a type of traumatic brain injury caused by a blow or jolt to the head or body which forces the brain to move rapidly inside the skull... click for complete story
NCSA Recruiting Corner
A Parent's Role in Recruiting: Being the parent of a student-athlete going through the recruiting process takes
balance. As a parent, your role should always be to guide your child, but not doing all the work for them. College coaches want to hear directly from student-athletes, not their parents... click for complete story
NSCAA Coaching Education
Center Goal Game: A fun practice which should prove useful to coaches for players of all ages. Players are faced with several tactical dilemmas on both sides of the ball as well as challenged physically and technically to produce.... click for complete story
Provided by Nancy Clark, MS RD CSSD
Are You A Hungry Soccer Player? Soccer players commonly tell me, "I'm hungry all the time." They just don't understand why they are hungry all the time, even after having eaten meals. Is this a personality quirk? Are their bodies different from everyone else?... click for complete story
Laws of the Game - Ask the Referee
The USSF's National Referee Program office receives a multitude of inquiries regarding FIFA's Laws of the Game and numerous questions involving some often confusing rules and calls. Here is a quick sampling of recent topics and the resulting responses... click for complete story
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