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Mount Soccer Academy

Men's ID Camps

The Spring Open ID Camp provides an excellent opportunity for all players grades 9 and up to be instructed and evaluated by the MOUNT ST. MARY’S Soccer staff.  This camp provides the most individual attention from the MOUNT ST. MARY’S soccer staff of all of our camps.  The MOUNT ST. MARY’S staff will personally coach and evaluate every individual, and participants will be challenged in all phases of the game at a top Division I level.  This camp is designed for the most committed players whose desire is to play at the highest level.  No players currently enrolled at four-year institutions other than MOUNT ST. MARY’S will be allowed to participate without a release from current institution.

March 25th

Who: Boys 9th-12th
Time: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Cost: $150 (Lunch not included)
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Location: Mount St. Mary's Soccer Facilities

What to Bring:

  • Soccer Ball - Every camper is responsible for his own ball
  • Water Bottle - To prevent waste from disposable cups, every camper should bring his own water bottle to fill up at the provided stations. Cups will not be provided.
  • Sunscreen
  • Cleats & Flat-soled shoes/sneakers
  • Shin Guards
  • Watch - it is recommended that each camper bring an inexpensive watch to assist him in keeping on schedule
  • Training attire for all Sessions
  • Rain Jacket
  • A small bag to carry your ball, shoes, etc. to field
  • Contact Lenses/Solution

Sample Itinerary:

Sunday
8:15–8:45am: Check-in
9:00am: Welcome and Introductions
Training Sessions
9:15–11:30am: Training Session I (Technique, Possession, Small-Sided Matches)
11:15am: Recruiting Talk
12:00pm–1:00pm: Lunch (on your own)
1:00–3:00pm: 11 v 11 Matches

Meals:

Campers are expected to organize their own lodging and meals.  Numerous healthy lunch options are located on the MOUNT ST. MARY’S campus and directly adjacent to campus

Parking:

Our camp is held privately from the University.  We will not be held responsible for any illegal parking nor reimburse any violations due to illegal parking.

 

According to NCAA rules and regulations, all camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants regardless of skill level – limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender