Soccer Resume - I usually suggest breaking your resume down into four sections
Personal - a photo, your height, weight, position/s you play as primary and secondary
Academics - GPA, SAT/ACT scores, student involvement in clubs, government, awards, what you want to study in college if you know
Athletics -All the teams you have played on since you were in 9th grade, the division of competition, your coach, any awards/recognitions you have received, major tournaments your team has won, any special teams you have played on such as ODP, high school all region, etc. List your most recent club and/or high school team coach contact information. Make sure you ask permission from your coaches to use them as a reference first.
Leadership/Service - This is where you get to show a little bit about who you are as a person. Include the things that are important to you and the role you have played in making that event, organization, club a better place for having you be a part of it.
This format is modeled after what we used for our older son's resume for the Air Force Academy. The have a pretty high bar, so I figured if it worked for them, then would serve us pretty well for other universities.
Tracy Proulx - blog moderator
I started to make a webpage about searching for a college soccer program, but I'm not an expert on college recruiting. So instead, I decided I would just blog about what we are learning in the process of helping our high school Junior go through this. It has been an interesting journey so far, but I imagine it is not unique in the least. There are definitely things that would have been nice to know if I had known what to ask before this point in time.