Seattle, Wash. -
The Seattle University men's soccer program will host its Summer ID Camp Tuesday, July 24, and Wednesday, July 25, on campus.
The Summer ID Camp is designed to give participants exposure to higher level training sessions and to aid in identifying top talent from around the region. Campers will also receive helpful information regarding the college recruiting process and some essential NCAA compliance information.
After registration the morning of July 24, the campers will participate in two training sessions, separated by an hour for lunch. After dinner, participants will play in 11-on-11 games, followed by a presentation and Q&A session about college soccer. Another training session will take place on July 25, followed by lunch and more 11-on-11 games to close out the camp.
The camp is open for boys entering their sophomore, junior, or senior year of high school as well as those enrolled at a junior college. The cost of the camp is $200, with registration taking place at Campion Tower and all training sessions and games happening at Championship Field.
To register for the camp, download the accompanying brochure, fill it out, and mail it back to the Seattle University athletics department. For more information, contact assistant men's soccer coach Ed Moore at (206) 296-2358 or firstname.lastname@example.org.