So i started a thread here following my 2023 soccer GK daughter on her summer of camps and tours. Just wanted to see where other 2023s are in the process, how they are handling the stress if they have not committed, and commiserate with other parents on how brutal this process can be.
We are now into the fall season (she plays club year round and it is HS season in Ohio so she is playing with our clubs u19 HS alternative team), she took the ACT once, will take the SAT in December, and the first two 2023s at her club have committed - field player to UCLA and the #1 GK to University of Virginia.
My daughter is a shorter (5’6) GK and is getting anxious with the various 2023 commits and the large number of uncommitted 2022s but we are staying the course. One school she went to camp and toured this summer offered her a walk on spot but said there would be no money her freshman year due to COVID 5th years, and just two weeks ago her #1 where she toured, went to camp, and had ongoing calls/texts with the GK coach told her that she was not in there top group so they were moving on from her. She was very upset but doubled down and stepped up communication with other schools. She did an unofficial visit at a local D3 (only in state school she is considering) that went very well and is now just trying to reestablish texts/phone calls since soccer is in season right now. her pool has expanded to close to 50 schools mostly D1 and high academic D3 and she is anxiously awaiting camps info and getting coaches to a game.