BYU far from a traditional college soccer program

August 2, 2007
By Maria Burns
Earlier this summer, Brigham Young midfielders Brock Trejo and Steve Magleby signed professional contracts with Real Salt Lake Reserves. The next week, they were back in uniform for the BYU Cougars.



The reason this was possible was not because they found a loophole in the NCAA laws, but because their college team doesn't have to abide by NCAA regulations.



The BYU men's soccer team plays in the Premier Development League, a division of the USL.
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