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These are some of the athletes who are studying in the USA.
Amferny is a midfielder of great qualities; He played for the National Team of Costa Rica where he participated in a U-17 World Cup. He's studying Economics and was born in the province of Alajuela, in Costa Rica.
Danny studies Sports Management. He plays as a goalkeeper and is a native of Pérez Zeledón, a city in southern Costa Rica.
Pablo is from San José, Costa Rica. He began his university studies at the Fidélitas University while he was a member of Uruguay de Coronado. He transferred some credits from Fidélitas to Monmouth University, where he will graduate with a degree in Politics and Finance.
He played his first two years at the University of North Florida and then was transferred to Clemson University. He studies Business Administration and plays as a striker.
He finished his high school at Anglo American School. He resides in Escazú, plays as a forward and studies Business Administration.
Julian was born in San José, Costa Rica. He plays as a midfielder and studies Business Administration at Iowa Lakes Community College.
Josué was born in San José, Costa Rica. He plays as a right back at Point University in Georgia and studies Exercise Science.
Mario is from Liberia, Costa Rica. He studies Business Administration and serves as a striker at the University of Umass Lowell in Massachusetts.
Matthew is from Alajuela, Costa Rica. He is finishing school at one of the best institutions in the United States: Taft Academy. He plays as a midfielder.
Gino was born in San José, Costa Rica. He plays as a midfielder at the University of Central Florida and studies Business Administration.
Óscar is from San José. He participated in some microcycles with the U17 National Team. He was part of our January 2019 showcase, in which he received an offer from John Brown University. Oscar studies International Business and was selected as the best player of his entire conference in his first year at JBU.
Felipe practices soccer in the left back position. He participated in the U-17 World Cup in India in 2017, representing Costa Rica. In addition, he studies to graduate from Mechanical Engineering.
He grew up playing soccer in Costa Rica with the Herediano Sport Club. He decided to leave for Lipscomb University to combine his favorite sport and his studies. He studies Business Administration and plays as a striker.
He played seven games with Virginia Tech as a rookie, scoring a goal against Longwood. He was then transferred to Monmouth University where he participates as a forward. He is from Cartago, has 2 older brothers, and studies Politics and Finance.
He played his first season at the University of Connecticut and then was transferred to Oregon State University. Son of Ato Yeates and Maria Luisa Ruffolo. He has a brother, Elijah. Plans to specialize in Accounting. He chose Oregon State for the style of play and the coaching staff.