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NSC Premier Girl's College ID Combine

NSC Girls Premier ID College Combine

February 9, 2020


The National Sports Center is hosting the 1st annual Girls Premier ID College Combine. This ID Combine provides players a snapshot of collegiate soccer. It is an excellent opportunity for serious players to be seen by college coaches and create connections.  College coaches from all over Minnesota and throughout the Midwest are invited to attend.

Event Details

  • One day event, Sunday, February 9 -  9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
  • National Sports Center Welcome Center and Dome
  • Classroom Session
  • Training Session
  • Small-Sided Games
  • Limited Openings
  • Registration deadline January 10, 2020



We are excited to present you with a new registration experience - NSC Event HQ. This system will streamline your enrollment process and give you more access to your customer account. Use this system to register for Premier Girl's College ID Combine.

If this is your first time using the system, you will need to create an NSC Event HQ account.  You only need one account per family (the account should be set up with an adult as the account holder)  Once you create your household account and have verified your email address and set your password  you can then add "participants" to your account (children, spouses, etc.)
New Account click here to get started 

Already have an account then click here to login 

Please contact the program registrar with any questions or for further assistance 

Schedule of the Day

  • 9:30 a.m. - 10 a.m. - Registration/Welcome
  • 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. - Group One Classroom/Group Two Training
  • 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. - Group One Training/Group Two Classroom
  • 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. - 7v7 Small Sided Games, each player will play in 3 -17 minute games 

Age Groups

  • Open to Girls with the graduation years 2021, 2022 and 2023

Registration Fee

  • $125 per participant
    • Each participant receives:
      • T-Shirt
      • Recruiting packet for classroom session
  • Blaine Soccer Club players can receive a discount, please contact club for code


What do I bring to the combine?

  • White T-shirt
  • Dark Shorts
  • Dark Socks (preferably Black)
  • Molded cleats or Turf Shoes (training/games on artifical turf)
  • Shin guards
  • Water or Sports Drink of preference
  • Snack (concessions will be available on site)
  • Pen or writing utensil
  • Notebook

How many participants will be at the combine?

  • There will be a maximum of 80 athletes at the combine

Will I be playing with my current teammates?

  • All players register as individuals, so you will not be able to request to play with specific people.
  • Combine staff will look at the registrations to put the groups together based on positions.

I am a parent, can I watch the combine?

  • Parents are welcome to join the classroom for the session. 
  • Parents not allowed in the dome to spectate the training or small-sided games.

When will I get my group assignment?

  • Players are provided their schedule, group assignment, and number at check-in. All of the activities take place in one area so college coaches can see you.

What should I do to prepare for the combine?

  • Plan to play your best!
  • Contact prospective college coaches prior to the event by reaching out to any school you are interested and tell them that you will be attending the combine. There is a list below of the college coaches planning to attend the event to see who is already signed up. 

When will I hear from the attending college coaches?

  • There are specific rules about when college coaches can contact with players. Please visit the NCAA website for more information.
  • If a coach is interested in a player and the coach is permitted to contact the player according to NCAA rules, then it is up to that coach when the contact occurs.
  • Parents and players may be able to contact coaches for schools of interest, please review the NCAA rules for clarification.
  • There are no guarantees that any of the attending coaches will contact your player. 


College Coach Featured Speakers/Trainers

Tori Burnett - Lead College Coach, Assistant Coach Macalester College 

-Burnett entered the collegiate coaching ranks after a successful playing career at the University of Minnesota.

During her time at Minnesota, Burnett helped the Gophers reach two NCAA Tournaments and capture the 2016 Big Ten regular-season and tournament titles. She also earned All-Big Ten second team and All-Great Lakes Region third team accolades, while being named the 2016 Big Ten Defender of the Tournament.

Burnett graduated from Minnesota in May of 2018 with a degree in physiology. Prior to her time at Blaine Soccer Club, she worked at Minnesota Soccer Camps as a trainer and coach. A native of Colorado Springs, Colo., Burnett won two 4A state championships at Cheyenne Mountain High School. She currently lives in Minneapolis.

Whitney Frary, Head Coach St. Olaf College

-Frary came to St. Olaf after three seasons as an assistant coach at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. In 2018, Frary was [part of a coaching staff that guided the Brewers to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance. Vassar won at least nine games and qualified for the Liberty League Championship in each of her three seasons.

At Vassar, Frary assisted head coach Corey Holton with all aspects of the program, including daily practice planning, on-field coaching, individual coaching and player development. She also served as the program's recruiting coordinator, was involved with the program's camps and clinics, created opponent scouting reports, developed fitness programs for the team and analyzed sports performance data throughout the season.

Prior to her time at Vassar, Frary spent two seasons as an assistant coach at SUNY Cortland in Cortland, N.Y. As a member of the Red Dragons' coaching staff, she was involved in the daily planning of practices and the development of game strategy, while also scouting opponents and breaking down opponents' film.

Frary was a two-time All-American during her four-year career at William Smith College from 2009-12. The Herons won Liberty League titles in each of her four seasons and advanced to the NCAA Division III national semifinals in 2010 and 2011. A four-year All-Liberty League selection, Frary was named a Second Team All-American by the NSCAA and in 2011 and a Third Team All-American by both organizations in 2012.

List of College Coaches Planning to Attend

College Coach Position Location Division
Macalester College Tori Burnett Assistant Coach Saint Paul, Minnesota Division 3

College Coach Register to Attend

Program Contact

Clinton LaBeau