Looking to play college soccer, but unsure where to start? Our Elite ID camp offers a unique opportunity for any player that has the desire and aspirations to play collegiate soccer.
Elite Coaching Staff
Our staff is comprised of some of the top NCAA Division 1, 2, 3 and NAIA college coaches in the country that attend specifically for recruitment purposes. These staff members coach, interact and work with the campers during all sessions and games to build that important relationship during the recruiting process. They are not just sitting on the sideline evaluating! Our staff members are hand selected based on their reputation and coaching background to help make this one of the best camp staff’s in the country!
Intimate Experience Factor
We offer the most abundant environment for a prospective student athlete to get recruited. We limit the number of camper enrollment to allow more exposure for each individual, which allows our camp staff to get a better feel for each camper. This provides them with a better overall evaluation of every player and a better experience for every camper.
Specialized Player Development
Our Elite ID camp is not just for identification purposes. It is very important that campers develop as soccer players at our camp as well. Coach Cunningham and Coach Krause take this very seriously. We have a history of producing top 25 ranked teams and placing numerous players in the professional ranks. The same philosophy and methodology are implemented into our Elite ID camp!
Our camp takes place on the beautiful campus of Mount St. Mary’s University. It is safe, secure and an easy driving distance from two major cities (Baltimore and Washington D.C.) and three airports (BWI, Reagan and Dulles). Campers will get to experience living in the dorms, eating in the dining hall and competing on NCAA Division one facilities at one of the elite universities in the country!
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