Illinois Wesleyan Girl's Soccer Camps

2020 College ID & Development Camp

June 26th - 28th
Grades: 9th - 12th, Girls
Residential: $350
Commuter: $275
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**Commuter camper: 9am drop-off and approx. 9pm pick-up following the evening games.

Cost Includes: All meals, under armour t-shirt, and two nights in a residence hall, instruction, and a written evaluation from our coaching staff.

The Complete Student-Athlete Experience:
The College ID & Development Camp is highly recommended for girls entering 9th-12th grades. If you want to play college soccer and think you have what it takes, this is the camp for you.

Not only will this camp allow you to showcase your skills, it will also give you a taste of what a player will experience playing college soccer. You will train using many of the same methods and facilities that the Illinois Wesleyan teams use, interact daily with current players and get the chance to ask them about their experiences, and live in the dorms that the students stay in during the school year.

Players will train by position and as teams. Goalkeepers will receive specialized training throughout the week while the field players are trained. All players will have the opportunity to be seen in several full game settings as well.

Topics ranging from fitness training to video analysis to developing a personal development plan will be offered during this experience in addition to our on field curriculum.

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
Our objective is to create a highly competitive training environment, preparing for the rigors of college soccer and to get the most out of each player and goalkeeper. This is the very same approach used with the Illinois Wesleyan women’s soccer training system.

CURRICULUM
The College ID & Development Camp focuses on the needs both technically and tactically of the highest level field players and goalkeepers, alike. The College ID & Development curriculum will challenge all soccer players / goalkeepers and provide them with the skills necessary to become a highly successful player in the college game, especially at Illinois Wesleyan University. The focus will be to imitate the types of training and expectations players and goalkeepers will need if considering a college soccer career. Each player will be evaluated by our staff coaches throughout the weekend and will be provided with comprehensive feedback and a written evaluation of their performance.

Staff:
Our Staff will consist of our current IWU coaching staff, and current and former players.
Head Coach: Tony Dulak
Assistant and Goalkeeper Coach: Natalie Freeman
Assistant Coach: Shelby McBain

Daily Schedule

Friday, June 26th
12:00pm-2:00pm   Check in
2:30pm   Welcome
3:00-5:00pm   Session #1
5:30pm   Dinner + Class
8:00-9:30pm   Session #2
   
   
Saturday, June 27th
8:00am   Breakfast
9:00-11:00am   Session #3
11:30am   Lunch
2:00-4:00pm   Session #4
5:00pm   Class Session
6:30-8:30pm   Session #5
9:00pm   Evening Event
Sunday, June 28th
8:00am   Breakfast
9:00am   Class
10:00am-12:00pm   Session #6
1:00pm   Conclusion of Camp