Originally from Swindon, England. A former soccer player and collegiate coach. Sam attended Division II Lander University located in South Carolina. He received his bachelor's degree in Exercise Science whilst playing on the men’s soccer team. Sam was both an Academic and Athletic All-Region player during his time at Lander University and helped the team reach national tournaments. Sam also competed in the USL-2 playing for Tormenta FC - a semi-professional team located in Georgia.
After graduation, Sam became the Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach for Division II school - Newberry College. He was the assistant coach for 2 years, helping the team break collegiate records. Sam was also part of the USL2 coaching staff at SC United Bantams - a semi-professional team located in South Carolina. Sam was part of the staff that helped advance the team to the final 16 in the nation.
Sam now lives in Boston, Massachusetts where he aims to help other individuals reach their goals of becoming successful student-athletes.
Vojin Manojlovic was born in Podgorica, Montenegro. After graduating from high school “Slobodan Skerovic”, Vojin spent three years studying and playing soccer at Division II school - Newberry College. Located in South Carolina, Newberry was his new home.
He first arrived in the USA Fall 2017 before going on to graduate in Spring 2020. Due to his hard work and commitment Vojin graduated quicker than expected from his 4-year college. Vojin is a Bachman Honors Scholar recipient and was a member of the 2019 Google Cloud Academic All-District men’s soccer team.
Vojin was a member of Montenegro Men’s Soccer National Team U16 and U18, while playing for Football Club Mladost. He also made a debut for the senior team while he was 16 years and 7 months old. His passion for football is replicated in his hard work during school as during his studies at Newberry, Vojin got an opportunity to do his internship at Emily Revolutionary Marketing Group. Since graduating, he has continued working for Emily Marketing remotely. Vojin is getting master’s degree in Italy. He is now looking to help others follow in his footsteps and take their game and studies to the next level in the USA.
Claus Simonsen Lehland
Claus Simonsen Lehland from Bergen, Norway, spent 5 years in the U.S, graduating with 2 bachelor degrees and a Master of Business Administration with a finance concentration. He was a student-athlete for 4 years, representing Newberry College and Florida Southern University on the soccer field. Claus was named player of the week in the Sunshine State Conference and was placed on the CoSIDA Academic All-District team in 2019.
After spending his four years of eligibility as a soccer player, Claus received a full scholarship as a graduate assistant at St John’s University, through great academic performances and valuable references. He has studied at 3 different universities all over the U.S; in New York, South Carolina, and in Florida. He possesses a large network in the states and has great experience with the admission processes and the large opportunities available in the United States.
Claus is now very motivated to help talented and ambitious athletes receive the same opportunities, and help them develop and succeed in the U.S.
Skage Simonsen Lehland
Skage Simonsen Lehland from Norway started his college career in 2018 for St John’s University (SJU) in New York, before he transferred to Southern Methodist University (SMU). Both at SJU and SMU Skage received numerous awards for his performances, including “Freshman of The Year”, “All-Conference First Team”, “All-Tournament Team” and “All-American” individual recognitions.
In January 2022 Skage was drafted to DC United, where he was coached by Wayne Rooney. Skage made a few appearances for DC United before signing a two-year contract with Detroit City. In June 2021 he played in the Capital Cup final, which they won, and in July 2022 he scored against Bayern Munich in a scrimmage.
Skage has developed strong personal relationships with several of the best college coaches all over the country, and he now strives to give talented athletes the same opportunities he got.