Men's Soccer College ID Camp
The Stetson University men's soccer college ID camp is designed to give current high school-aged players the opportunity to experience an NCAA Division I training environment and an evaluation by a Division I coaching staff. It's a day designed to prepare you for the Division I college soccer level and to give you the real Stetson University soccer experience.
The camp is hosted by Stetson University men's soccer head coach T. Logan Fleck and assistant coach/assistant camp director Tony McManus. The highly competitive camp is open to all boys aged 15 and up who want to play at the NCAA Division I level. Goalkeepers are encouraged to attend and will receive special training and evaluation.
Past clinicians include Sam Snow (U.S. Youth Soccer director of coaching), John Duguid (S.C.U.S.C. D.O.C.) and Jay Miller (former U17 and U20 U.S. national team coach).
Tuition for the camp is $100. This non-refundable fee includes lunch on the day of the camp.
Campers need to bring:
- Water bottle
- Soccer ball
- Shin guards
- Weather-appropriate apparel
- Indoor shoes
The goal of the Stetson University men's soccer academy is to create a positive learning environment for each individual camper. It is through this environment that every player will push their comfort zones to become a better player.
Players will begin the day in their respective age groups. However, the camp staff will constantly evaluate the talent level of each camper and make adjustments throughout the day. This evolution is designed to challenge each camper in all aspects of their game. This camp is for male players ages 15 and up.
For more information about Stetson University men's soccer please visit http://www.gohatters.com.