“At Redlands we are looking for the best possible players who will continue to grow within our program. A combination of superior academic success, athletic ability and community leadership are a few of the most important qualities we look for in our recruits. Thank you for your interest in our women’s soccer program and I look forward to getting to know you better.”
--Head Coach Suzette Soboti (view her year-by-year coaching record)
How to become a Bulldog women's soccer student-athlete:
1. Fill out an online questionnaire: Women’s Soccer Recruit Questionnaire
We want to get to know you not only as a soccer player but also as a person, so don’t hesitate to email us with updates about high school classes, soccer, and other activities going on in your life.
Please email us your upcoming tournament schedules as well as your high school schedule and web-links to a highlight video or game film: Email: Assistant Coach Breann Puchalski
If you have a DVD or game film, please mail it to:
Breann Puchalski, Assistant Coach
University of Redlands – Women’s Soccer
1200 E. Colton Ave.
P.O. Box 3080
Redlands, CA 92373-0999
3. Visit Campus: We would love to have you on campus for a day visit to see all that Redlands has to offer. During your visit, you will be able to enjoy a campus tour, meet with admissions, and talk with the coaching staff about our soccer program. If interested, please contact Coach Puchalski at firstname.lastname@example.org or 909-748-8441 to schedule a visit.
Here is some other information useful in setting up a visit:
5. Financial Aid: We have an instant financial aid estimator, otherwise known as the Net Price Calculator. The Net Price Calculator provides an early approximation of what a new first-year undergraduate student can expect to pay to attend University of Redlands. If you are a transfer, readmitted, continuing, international or part-time student, contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information.
- Apply for Aid: Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) soon after Jan. 1 of the year that you wish to attend. In order to be eligible for the maximum amounts of grant money available, you must complete your FAFSA application by March 2. You can begin your FAFSA online at U.S. Department of Education Web site.
- California Residents: If you are a California resident, you must also complete a Cal-Grant GPA Verification Form by March 2. Generally, your current high school or college will submit this form on your behalf. For more information on the qualification for the Cal-Grant, please contact the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC).
7. Become a BULLDOG!!