Top-Rated College Soccer Camp
College Soccer Academy’s Girls top College ID Camp at the SoCal Sports Complex in Oceanside, California is on July 9th and 10th.
Updated: If you want to play college soccer, it is that time of year again. The search for the right college and the opportunity to play in front of top college coaches — in an environment designed for players to shine — is an important step.
One of the most comprehensive college ID Camps, College Soccer Academy, is back for their fourth year. One of the best College ID camps in the country for high level, elite female players, the College Soccer Academy provides quality exposure to some of America’s top collegiate coaches.
Continuing to build on their record of success, this program is run by top collegiate head coaches who understand the pressures of the recruiting process.
“College coaches are always excited to work with talented players and collaborate with amazing coaches. The Oceanside camp gives us the opportunity for both. We are looking forward to being part of it.”Neil McGuire, Head Coach of University of California – Berkeley
Unlike many other college ID camps, the College Soccer Academy (CSA) has limited spots available to ensure a high-quality experience for both the players and the college coaches. The program maintains a ratio of no more than 12 student-athlete players to 1 coach. This is not a mega camp, it is a camp, where players interact, showcase and learn from every college coach attending.
Tracy Hamm, the newly appointed Head Coach for UC Davis has attended every College Soccer Academy in the past three years as the Head Coach of San Francisco State women’s soccer program and sees the benefits of the program as a recruiting tool.
“This camp is a wonderful platform for working with student-athletes. It has been a very positive experience, and as the head coach for San Francisco State, I have a total of five players who have come from the camp itself.”Tracy Hamm, Head Coach of UC Davis
The successful college recruiting process at America’s top colleges is not an assembly-line process but a highly interactive exchange between coach and player. Choosing the right college can be a life-changing decision and it is important to get to know the collegiate coach. This College Soccer Academy offers that opportunity to train with a player’s potential coach — an important distinction in the crowded sea of College ID camps.
The College Soccer Academy gives players the opportunity to showcase their talents,” said Hamm. “If you show well in small sides environments, excel at crossing and finishing, or if you are a defender and want to be seen in challenging 1v1s or 2v2s, there are opportunities to show off your strengths and work with high
“The CSA camp in Oceanside allows for coaches and players to develop a relationship on the field that can be a determining factor in the recruiting process.Chris Lemay, Head Coach Utah Valley University
“The sessions at CSA are run by this highly accredited staff of college coaches mirror sessions that they are conducting with their current collegiate teams and players,” said Lemay.
The College Soccer Academy will be held at the So Cal Sports Complex in Oceanside, California on Tuesday, July 9th and Wednesday, July 10th.
There will be college coaches from Cal, University of Southern California, UC Davis, Washington State University, University of Arizona, University of Utah, University of Washington, University of San Diego, Oklahoma University, University of Indiana, University of New Mexico, Oregon State University, University of Hawaii, University of San Francisco, Utah Valley University, Grand Canyon University, Long Beach State and Santa Clara.
Each player will have the opportunity to be exposed to every coach in attendance. Sessions will be designed to allow players the opportunity to experience real college training environments.
All participants will play in 11vs11 games, in front of our star-studded staff as well as other DI, DII, DIII College Coaches that have been invited to our event.
Create Opportunities To Take Your Game to the Next Level
Schedule Tuesday: 8:45AM Check-In 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Stations 12:30 PM-1:15 PM Lunch 1:15 PM-4 PM Games
Schedule Wednesday: 9 AM-12 PM Stations 12 PM-12:45 PM Lunch 1 PM-3 PM Games
Grade/Age: 7th Grade – 12th Grade as of 2019/2020 School Year
Players: Field Players & Goalkeepers — there will be specific goalkeeper training
Cost: $349.00 Dates: July 9th and 10th
Field Location: So Cal Sports Complex, 3300 El Corazon Drive,Oceanside, CA 92056
College Coaches Attending Include:
- Cal – Neil McGuire (Head Coach)
- University of Arizona – TBD
- University of Southern California – Sammy Towne (Assistant Coach)
Universityof Washington – Nikki Washington (Assistant Coach)
- Washington State – Greg Sheen (Assistant Coach)
- University of Utah – Rich Manning (Head Coach)
- Utah Valley University – Chris Lemay (Head Coach)
- Oregon State University – Jenny Ruiz-Williams (Assistant Coach)
- University of San Francisco – Jim Millender (Head Coach)
- Oklahoma University – Paul Hart (Assistant Coach)
- University of Indiana – Bri Young (Assistant Coach)
- University of San Diego – Edgar Anzaldo (Assistant Coach)
- University of Hawaii – Michelle Nagamine (Head Coach)
- University of New Mexico – Karley Nelson (Assistant Coach)
- Long Beach State – Mauricio Ingrassia (Head coach)
- Grand Canyon University – Derek Leader (Head Coach)
- Cal – Austin Risenhoover (Associate Head Coach)
- UC Davis – Tracy Hamm (Head Coach)
- Santa Clara – Gregg Murphy (Associate Head Coach)
***Teams of 10 or more that sign up, receive 10% off! (email us for info on that)
Numerous hotels available in the area of the SoCal Sports Complex