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The Women's Soccer team at Rowan College at Burlington County competes against some of the nations top competition in NJCAA. We are a Division 1 JUCO team who has won numerous Conference and Regional Championships and qualified for the District Tournament over the past decade. Our players have also earned All American Status, First and Second Team Conference awards and Women Athlete of the Year awards. Our players maintain high academic honors and earn many academic scholarships and athletic scholarships to continue to play at different levels for four year institutions. We also participate in many community service projects with in our school and through out Burlington County.

The coaching staff has a combined 50 years experience in coaching and developing female and male soccer players through out central and South Jersey. We are constantly recruiting for every season. Our College preseason starts August 1 of every year, all paperwork necessary to participate is due in June/July of that prevalent summer. You must be a registered full-time student in order to participate in preseason.

To be contacted by Coach DeLitta, please fill out the Prospective Student Athlete Form.

If you have any questions please email Coach DeLitta at


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Head Coach
Kathleen Delitta
Assistant Coach
Jennifer Bechtel
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Goalie Coach
Julia Brown


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