Training the captains of tomorrow

A platform for athletic teams who strive for excellence

96 %

Of players have a fear about being a captain

15 %

Of captains believe they currently receive the tools and support to be an effective captain

88 %

Of players have an interest in participating in a leadership development program

Building leaders

Captain’s University is a leadership program that aims to empower women leaders. The platform allows coaches to understand their players’ natural leadership strengths while developing the team through online courses.

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Captain's Core Concepts

The captain’s university program consists of 3 modules that allow you to see what leadership qualities each of your players possesses.


Our Clarity module provides coaches and players a lens into their respective natural strengths.


Our communication module aims to support coaches and players to execute their goals with discipline.


Our confidence module aids new leaders as they step into their leadership roles.


The Leadership Assessment results are definitely me. I gained value from the assessment because even though I didn’t think of myself as a leader or a captain. This shows me that I can be.

Abeena Aidoo, Vanderbilt University Women’s Soccer Player

I think that the Captain’s University assessment brought me Clarity because I always viewed leadership as either Lead by Voice or Lead by Example. I had always felt like my dominant leadership style was neither of these, but a mix of both. The idea of leading by Connection really resonated with me and was the perfect description of who I am as a leader and helped me identify and understand my strengths.

Emma Treasure, UC Berkeley Women’s Soccer Alumni

I think Captain’s University is a great tool for both players and coaches. Being able to understand the leadership and communication styles within a team can positively impact the culture both on and off the field. Not only does it allow you to identify your own strengths, but it helps to curate those strengths for the benefit of the entire team. For me personally, Captain’s University has made the transition to new teams easier by helping me distinguish my role and contribute to the group using my own assets.

Natalie Muth, Professional Soccer Player for SD Eibar (Spain)