At Clearwater Christian College, we recruit talented athletes who have a heart for God and desire to use their athletic talents to glorify Christ.
We look to identify student-athletes from around our state and across the country who will help our teams succeed.
While we currently do not offer athletic scholarships, our financial aid department provides further information on the
various scholarships, loans, and grants which are available to all CCC students.
Each spring, the admissions and athletic department co-host Student Athlete Days aimed specifically to the prospective student who desires to
participate in the CCC intercollegiate athletic program. In addition to typical college visitation activities, the athletic department provides
opportunity for prospective athletes to be further informed on program distinctives, to meet coaches, current players, and other prospective athletes,
and to compete in unofficial pick-up games. Click the link above for information regarding the next opportunity.
Prospective athletes, who wish to learn more about becoming a Clearwater Cougar, should fill out the interest questionnaire under each individual sport.
This information will be submitted directly to the coach of whichever sport(s) you select. (By submitting this form, you are simply asking for further
information on the sport(s) of your choosing. It does not obligate you to Clearwater Christian College in any way.)
I look back on my first year as a college athlete and thank the Lord for the privilege to be part of something bigger than myself. To be a
member of a soccer team gives you the opportunity to bond with other Christian girls and strive for the same goals on and off the field.
Fellow athletes give you a reason to keep playing your best even in the most difficult games.
It's a good parallel to the cause of Christ
and the resources He gives us in our challenges during this earthly race. Like our fellow Christians, we are all pursuing the same goal--to
glorify Christ in all we do. Playing college soccer has been challenging, but the rewards are so evident and to be part of something that
you could never achieve on your own is a privilege that I hope many others come to enjoy in their college experience.