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3 Reasons Why Female Athletes can get a Scholarship to an American College/University

By Stewart Stanbra
There is such a big opportunity for talented girls, so if you are a looking to study and are talented in your sport aged 14-19 you need to understand that you have a great opportunity. Here is why.....

I have worked in college sports recruitment and educational recruitment for over decade and our organization has helped hundreds of women’s athletes to obtain soccer scholarships, golf scholarships, tennis scholarships, swimming scholarships and more to American Universities and Colleges.

It is possible to get a scholarship that can cover 1%-100% of the costs of attending a university (tuition, housing and food) – to fund studying towards your degree and competing full time in your sport in some of the best facilities/levels in female sport.

We are proud of all the female athletes we have helped. But we want to help more! There is such a big opportunity for talented girls, so if you are a looking to study and are talented in your sport aged 14-19 you need to understand that you have a great opportunity. Here is why:

The process of getting a scholarship takes some time, so it is smart to explore this in plenty of time before you finish high school. This is the chance to do something different and get rewarded for all your hard work in your sport by getting a scholarship to fund your education!

For more information check out information on different college sports: https://www.collegescholarshipsusa.com/college-sports/


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Soccer
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Golf
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