Scout: Herbert Biste


#1 Sport Scholarship Agency.

We use our personal connections and relationships within our network of 20,000+ coaches in 20 sports+ within the NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA, and CCCAA.



I am a German native based in the USA. As a former youth Bundesliga academy player in Germany and NCAA student athlete at Hofstra University in New York & CSU in Los Angeles I have experienced the pros and cons within both cultures. Soccer/Football has changed my life in so many positive ways and I am dedicated to share my experience with the next generation of players.

I am happy to help you to get started!

My Career Highlights:

  • All-West Region 1. Team (Issued by National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA))
  • CAA All-Academic Team (Issued by Colonial Athletic Association)
  • CCAA Fall All-Academic Award (Issued by California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA))
  • CoSIDA Academic All-District Honors (Issued by College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA))
  • Deans List (Issued by Hofstra University & CSU Los Angeles)
  • Germany: Youth Bundesliga (pool for u18 national team roster)
  • Winner Dana Cup – the World’s third largest and most international youth soccer tournament (More than 1.000 teams from 45 nations)

Our Player Awards:
Luca Dahn (BIG EAST 1st team), Emil Jaaskelainen (NEC Rookie of the Year), Luis Grassow (All-Region 1st team & United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-American), Jelldrik Dallmann (NCAA D1 Most Goals Per Game), Julian Hodek (C-USA All-Freshman team), Johannes Bergmann (National Champion & BIG10 1st team), Fridtjof Andberg (NEC 1st team & Hermann Trophy Watchlist), David Elizaga (National Champion & CCAA 1st team), Jiwoo Lee (National Champion), Jannis Schmidt (All-Region 2nd team), Tarik Pannholzer (SoCon All-Freshman team), Luca Erhardt (NJCAA D1 All-American 1st team & CAA 2nd team), Morris Duggan (All-Region Honorable mention), Donovan Odier (Peach Belt Conference 2nd team), Lennox Crews (All-Region 2nd team), Fabian Lutz (America East 1st team), Jonas Lindner (All-MAAC 2nd team), Robin Oswald (All-MAAC All-Academic & All-Region 2nd team), Marthe Taugbol (National Champion & NJCAA D1 All-American 2nd team), Johannes Pex (BIG EAST 3rd team), Marie Bathe (All-Conference 1st team), Marco Roessle (All-Conference 2nd team), Yohan Bernard (All-Region 1st team), Tobias Pellio (NJCAA Player of the Year & NJCAA D1 All-America 1st team), Marvin Zott (All-American 3rd team), Matthias Heiland (All-Rookie team), Robert Winkler (All-Rookie team), Gabriel Perrotta (All-Conference 2nd team), Max Meurer (CAAC Goalkeeper of the week), Marcony Pimentel (Warubi Player of the Week), Noah Tiefel (SAC Offensive Player of the Week), Fabian Forisch (All-American 2nd team), Tom Hausdorfer (SAC 1st team), Andres Arce (GSAC All-Conference Team), Maxi Krug (NAIA National Champion), Athanasia Moraitou (Sun Belt Newcomer of the Year & 1st team), Julia Hernandez (PAC-12 1st team CoSIDA Academic All-District selection), Sebastian Loibl (DII All America 3rd team), Wilfried Nyamsi (National Champion & NAIA All America 1st team), Kensho Yoshikoshi (All-SAC 1st team), Alexander Langer (SAC Defensive Player of the week), Paul Hein (DII 1st team ECC All-Conference), Thilo Wilke (1st team All-Atlantic Region), Nico Engelking (All-MEC Freshman Team), Max Schöbel (NJCAA Region X 2nd Team), Toni Soler (DII All America 1st team), Catarina Realista (2nd Team All-SAC), Sanne Martinsen (2nd Team SAC), Carlos Rubio (NAIA HERO player & goalkeeper of the year), Ignacio Goya (SAC player of the year), Arola Aparicio Gili (Sun Belt 1st team), Dominik Tajak (4x SAC player of the week), Matija Gligorovic (A.I.I. goalkeeper of the year)



Athletic as well as academic scholarships are much more common in the U.S. than in most other countries. Athletic scholarships are awarded to athletes of outstanding performance in order to enable them to finance their studies in the US. The athlete participates fully in practice sessions with the college team and represents the university in various tournaments and competitions. The coaches’ job is to professionally look after the teams; in this sense, he has a similar position to that of a professor and is also paid accordingly.

For what reasons are scholarships awarded?

For generations, American universities have had college teams in all kinds of sports. These teams are professionally managed by specially employed coaches and serve as an advertisement for the respective university in numerous competitions. If a team has regional or even nationwide success, the media will cover its development. That is why college teams are a means to market the university in order to recruit new students. For this reason, the universities provide the coaches with a budget to recruit talented athletes from around the world and help them finance their studies or even their entire stay abroad.

Why an athletic scholarship to America 

The American College system produces some of the best sporting talent in the world. The facilities, coaching and support networks including sports science, nutrition, physiotherapy and fitness training are all world class. Universities travel the length and breadth of the United States to play each other; it is big business involving, massive corporate sponsorship, fanatical crowds, rich history, and national television coverage. Collegiate sports are as close to a professional environment as it’s possible to get. A normal schedule involves one to two training sessions or practices a day plus additional sports specific weights and fitness sessions within in a normal athletic scholarship. All this alongside a full university degree program.

Athletic Scholarships are funded sports programs that include Football (Soccer), Golf, Basketball, Tennis, Field Hockey, American Football, Baseball, Swimming & Diving, Track and Field, Fencing, Rowing (Crew), Skiing, Gymnastics and many more athletic scholarship programs.