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Girl's Winter College ID Camp

Kent State University is pleased to announce that they will be hosting a Girls Soccer College I.D. Camp on November 22, 2014 & February 7-8, 2015 at the KSU Indoor Field House.

Session I: November 22, 2014
Grades: 7-12
Cost: $95 per player
 
Session II: February 7-8, 2015
Grades: 8-12
Cost: $135 per player

SESSSION I

The November I.D. Camp will feature the staff of the Kent State women's soccer team as well as other women’s college coaches from across Ohio and Pennsylvania.

This one-day event is designed for advanced player development and exposure to Division I, II and III women’s college coaches from the area. College coaches who have attended in the past and conducted clinic sessions are Kent State, Baldwin Wallace, Cal-Pa, Capital, Cleveland State, Defiance, Hiram, IUP, John Carroll, Kenyon, Lake Erie, Muskingum, Oberlin, Ohio Northern, Slippery Rock, Thiel, Wooster, and Ursuline. In addition to college coaches, Kent State players will be used for demonstration proposes.

The Kent State staff believes that players need to be exposed to the technical, physical, and mental demands of the college game. This same philosophy will be applied at the I.D. Camp. The focus of all activities will be to allow the campers to experience what it takes to compete at the collegiate level by having the players participate in game like activities and in an environment that showcases their abilities. 

Enrollment in the camp is limited to players in grades 7-12 who want to play collegiate soccer. Players will receive individual attention from the staff of college coaches in attendance. A combination of training sessions, small-sided 8v8 will be at the core of the camp curriculum. Goal keepers will have private instruction from specific goal keeper coaches.

*Saturday, November 22 activities start with check-in followed by a  training session for field players and goal keepers, lecture recruiting process by head coach, Rob Marinaro / panel discussion with current Kent State players, and finishing with 8v8 games.

12:30pm Check-in Kent State Field House for players in 7th, 8th and 9th Graders
1:00pm   Recruiting Lecture / Panel Discussion with Current Kent State Soccer Players
2:15pm   Training Session for players in 7th, 8thand 9th Graders
3:00pm   Check-in Kent State Field House for players in 10th, 11th and 12thGraders
3:30pm   8v8 Small Sided Games for players in 7th, 8thand 9th Graders / Recruiting Lecture / Panel Discussion
                with Current Kent
                State Soccer Player for players in 10th, 11thand 12th Graders
4:45pm   Camp Concludes for players in 7th, 8th and 9thGraders
4:45pm   Training Session for players in 10th, 11th and 12thGraders
6:00pm   8v8 Small Sided Gamesfor players in 10th, 11thand 12th Graders
7:15pm   Camp Concludes for players in 10th, 11th and 12thGraders
 
Registration deadline:We will take registrations up to 48 hours prior to the camp or until camp fills up! In past years we have had a waiting list so register early
Meals:No meals are provided but there are plenty of food options close by our Field House.
Location:Kent State Indoor Field House
Refunds:There is a non-refundable $25.00 registration fee for any cancellations after November 1, 2014
Contact Info: If you have additional questions please contact Pat Sweeney at psweene3@kent.edu or Abby Richter at arichter@kent.edu or call 330-672-8424

 

SESSSION II

The I.D. Camp will feature the staff of the Kent State women's soccer team as well as other women’s college coaches from across Ohio and Pennsylvania.

This two-day event is designed for advanced player development and exposure to Division I, II and III women’s college coaches from the area. The camp is open to any female player in grade 8 through 12 who aspires to play collegiate soccer. College coaches who will be in attendance as well as conducting clinic sessions are Kent State, Baldwin Wallace, Cal-Pa, Capital, Cleveland State, Defiance, Hiram, IUP, John Carroll, Kenyon, Lake Erie, Muskingum, Oberlin, Ohio Northern, Slippery Rock, Thiel, Wooster, and Ursuline. Additionally, coaches from the following universities and colleges have been invited to attend to observe players in attendance -Mount Union, Muskingum, Thiel, Defiance, Kenyon, Malone, Findlay, Tiffin, Ashland, Gannon, Case Western Reserve, Mercyhurst, Ohio Northern and Heidelberg. In addition to college coaches, Kent State soccer players will be used for demonstration proposes and coaching the small sided and 11v11 games.

The Kent State staff believes that players need to be exposed to the technical, physical, and mental demands of the college game. This same philosophy will be applied at the I.D. Camp. The focus of all activities will be allowing the campers to experience what it takes to compete at the collegiate level by having the players participate in game like activities and in an environment that showcases their abilities.

Enrollment in the camp is limited to players who want to play collegiate soccer. Our I.D. camp has SOLD OUT in past years and registration is first come first serve so don't delay register early. Players will receive individual attention from the staff of college coaches in attendance. A combination of training sessions, small-sided 8v8 and full 11v11 games will be at the core of the camp curriculum. Goal keepers will have private instruction from specific goal keeper coaches.

An academic presentation put on by Amy Densevich, our team academic advisor who will discuss new NCAA academic requirements and new this year will be a players discussion panel.

Saturday, February 7 activities start at 3 p.m. with check-in followed by a one and half hour training session for field players and goal keepers, 8v8 games and finishing with a one-hour lecture on being a collegiate athlete and the academic requirements for prospective student athletes demands. We have find that most players have a misconception on what sort of commitment and ability it takes to play collegiate soccer. Evening will conclude at 10pm
 
Sunday, February 8 activities start at 8 a.m. with 11v11 games. Each player will compete in at least three 50-minute games. Games will be completed and the I.D. Camp will conclude at 3pm.
 
Registration deadline:
Accommodations: Players can commute or stay in a local hotel at their own expense.
Meals: No meals are provided. Players can bring their snacks, sandwiches or coolers into the Field House. There are plenty of restaurants located within 5-10 minutes of our facility.
Location:Kent State University Indoor Field House - GPS Address to Field House 2227 Summit St Kent OH 44242
Refunds: There is a non-refundable $25.00 registration fee for any cancellations after January16, 2014
Contact Info:If you have additional questions please contact Pat Sweeney at psweene3@kent.edu or Abby Richter at arichter@kent.edu or call 330-672-8424.
 
 
 
Additional Info:
The camp is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender). Additional information regarding the Kent State Soccer Summer High School and prospects camps July 9 - 11, 2014 can be found at Kent State Soccer camps can be found atwww.kentstatesoccercamps.com

All Kent State camps or clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender)