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Over 200 former OSU players have been placed in College/University programs
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2018 Commitments
Jack CollinsNippissing University
Justin EarleSyracuse University
Chelsea AbbottsEastern Michigan University
Junior AsareCarleton University
Cameron BrodieNippissing University
Amelia CarliniCape Breton University
Noah CampagnaQueen's University
Ricky CombaCarleton University
Samuel LavioletteAcadia University
Chloe DohertyJacksonville State University
Scott MazzottaCarleton University
Amy JenkinsUniversity of Notre Dame
Emma KovacsWestern University
Clarissa LariseyUniversity of Memphis
Anna LarkinWestern University
Paige McNeilNippissing University
Marian TaiwoNorth Dakota State University
Shona McCullochWashington University
Meghan TierneyCarleton University
Julia TardioliUniversity of Ottawa
Shalene DenovanAlgonquin College




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"Elite or talented pathway training excellence requires a much more rigorous standard as set out by the OSA. League play is also set to a much higher quality standard as only the best facilities and officials will augment the stringent franchise operational requirements."

The Ontario Player Development League ( OPDL) is Canadian soccer's first standards-based, youth high performance league that combines top level competition with strict high performance training standards. This exciting new youth, high performance program is an important component in the overall movement to adopt the core principles of Long Term Player Development (LTPD) across soccer throughout Ontario and Canada. 

In September of 2013, OSU and the OSU Force Academy was granted an OPDL Franchise License.

OPDL represents young players' early graduation to a genuine high performance training environment, targeting only the top athletes in the province beginning with the age groups U13 and with what will be the highest level of competitive youth soccer in Ontario.

Unlike other leagues, OPDL operates more as a high performance training program than merely a league.Essentially it's a new culture driven by the Long Term Player Development (LTPD) principles backed by the right club, employing the right people and with resources to encourage and sustain excellence.

In order to participate in this High Performance League, clubs must apply for a license and meet strict criteria that show themselves to be worthy of training and developing the province's best. The OPDL teams level of training intensity is similar to professional soccer environments which means the players only compete against the best, and train like the best. And importantly, teams are not promoted or relegated from the OPDL. Entry is decided on by the quality of the clubs infrastructure, and coaching , not the results on the field, allowing coaches to focus purely on developing their players.




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