The Wyoming Seminary soccer program is dedicated to helping student-athletes reach their full potential, on the soccer field as well as in the classroom. With the majority of the matches taking place after school, players rarely miss class and are able to maintain a strong focus on their studies.
Sem soccer is designed to produce a player who can respond intuitively to any pressure game situation with the proper technique and skill and also make the correct tactical decision with speed, flair, and imagination.
Sem soccer consists of boys' and girls' junior varsity and varsity teams, along with a strong developmental program that is offered at the middle school. Both teams compete in the Wyoming Valley Conference (District II PIAA) and play 18 regular season games in the fall.
At the JV level, players learn all aspects of the game under the guidance of an experienced coaching staff. Fundamentals, tactical awareness and fitness are stressed and players learn the game of soccer through team play. As the players strengthen their skills, they move up to varsity where they have the opportunity to play at a highly competitive level.