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    Meet the Ambassadors

    Click here to view the stories of our SA ambassadors and how Soccer Assist helped them.

    Josh Lewis-Evans

    Drury University, Missouri

    I am currently an undergraduate student-athlete at Drury University. I will be entering my Sophomore season in the fall 2018 and hope to help my team reach the National Championship and receive national ranked status again. Before moving to the USA I played non-league for North Greenford United and studied A-levels at Whitmore high school. I choose to study in the USA as it would allow me to continue playing soccer at a high standard whilst earning a respectable degree. So far I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience and have visited several different states with my soccer team.

    Lewis Chambers

    Colorado State University-Pueblo, Colorado

    The transition from Hamworthy United (Wessex Premier) to Colorado State University-Pueblo has been life changing. If I went to university in England I would have probably stopped playing football. In America it is central to everything they do, I currently train four or five days a week, that was a massive factor in my decision. I am currently studying towards a Business Management Degree and coming to grips how my student commitments come first.
    Competing within the NCAA is a huge step but I am quite extrovert, so it suits my personality. This experience is just another stepping stone towards fulfilling my dream of having a good time and playing football! I get on really well with the Head Coach of the soccer program apart from when he mentions my childhood team - Crystal Palace!

    Emma Angari

    Walsh University, Ohio

    I have successfully graduated from Walsh University with a Nursing degree (2017). I was apart of the women's soccer team for four year, winning awards and accolades throughout my time. Since then, I have coached at my high school team and also work in hospitals throughout Ohio. I am open to sharing my experiences with aspiring student-athletes who want to make the transition to the U.S.

    Simon Van Rheeden

    Mid-America Christian University, Oklahoma.

    I came across Soccer Assist after completing my Sophomore season at NCAA II Auburn University as I was looking for a new challenge in a different location. Soccer Assist has now helped me transfer to Mid-America Christian University in the NAIA where I will finish my bachelors degree and improve my soccer skills. I was born and raised in the Netherlands but decided to move to the USA as I knew the experience would be invaluable. I have thoroughly enjoyed my years in the USA as I have met many great people, visited many states and am now a part of a competitive soccer team.

    George Maxwell

    College of Charleston

    Junior Kazeem

    Central Methodist University, Missouri.

    Originally from Peckham, South London I decided to take my talents to the USA after being released by Leyton Orient FC. Fast forward, I am about to enter my Junior year at Central Methodist University. During my time so far I have been an integral part in helping the team gain Nationally ranked status whilst studying towards my Bachelors in Sports and Exercise. I plan to have another successful season at CMU and push on as my ambition is to play pro at the end of my college experience. I am happy to speak and share my experiences on my time in the USA so far.

    Rezon Ahmeti

    Hartford Community College, Maryland

    I’m the coaches favourite here at Harford Community College (Maryland). Before starting my journey, I played for a pro futsal clubs England U19 and Benfica National Team. I am currently completing my Freshman year here - the journey has been a rollercoaster so far. I was having a great start to the season; scoring and assisting in my college debut. Unfortunately, I suffered a traumatic injury breaking my ankle. It was unfortunate as I had set myself personal goals for the season ahead. My scholarship remained and the staff members have been extremely helpful with my rehab. I was still able to travel with the squad to fixtures and watch practice sessions. Buzzing to be back in the blue and white strip next season. Always happy to give you guys a tour of our brand new 5 million dollar soccer facility!

    Ellisha Clough

    Mississippi University for Women