Jeppe Marqaurdsen is a Sports Consultant intern working primarily with our Danish student-athletes and is based in Odense. He has been part of Team CSUSA since December 2018.
Jeppe Marqaurdsen is a Sports Consultant working primarily with our Danish student-athletes and is based in Odense. He has been part of Team CSUSA since December 2018.
Jeppe Marquardsen from Svendborg, Denmark, is a former CSUSA-client and played two seasons at Davenport University (in Michigan in NAIA, winning the WHACH conference championship and reached the Elite 8 and Final 4 of the NAIA National Tournament. He was playing as Center back and holding midfielder primarily. He transferred Back to Denmark to finish his degree as Sports Management at University College Lillebælt. With a GPA of 3.54 at Davenport University.
Before heading to the United States, Jeppe played for 2.Division team FC Svendborg in Svendborg, Denmark.
In his first college season Jeppe received several honors and awards such as “WHAC NEWCOMER of the year” “WHACH First team all-conference” “NAIA All Mideast region second team” while being on the Dean’s List maintaining a GPA of 3.5 and above.
“I believe that experience a new country and culture is the best way to get knowledge and get an understanding of yourself and each other. The college experience gives the opportunity to do exactly this and at the same time gives openings for the future with a good education and possibility to go pro with your sport. To expand my network with people from all over the world and create special bonds with them though my college career was very special. The two years I had in college was the best and most eye-opening experience I ever had. I became a wiser person both on and off the field. To assist and give that same experience and help others to pursue their ambitions is the reason why I am working for CSUSA.”
FAVOURITE PLACE IN THE USA:
Grand Haven “Lake Michigan” (Michigan)
FAVOURITE FORMER COLLEGE ATHLETE:
DeAndre Yedlin (Soccer), University of Akron
FAVOURITE MOMENT IN COLLEGE CAREER:
First game at the National Tournament in Florida, playing under the lights with your teammates and in front of a big crowd was special. Scoring the first penalty in the PK-shout out to go through to the Elite 8 was a part of my favorite college moment
“Impossible is nothing” – Muhammad Ali