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Home >Camps > Kent State Girls College ID Camp
DETAILS for Kent State Girls College ID Camp< Back
Contact: Pat Sweeney - 330-672-8424 - psweene3@kent.edu
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. 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 8-12 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, and full 11v11 games will be at the core of the camp curriculum. Goal keepers will have private instruction from specific goal keeper coaches.

Sessions:
Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014 through Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014
Kent, Ohio (Mid-West Region)

Entry Deadline: Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014
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