Elite ID Clinic | May 17th
ELITE ID CLINIC
The NSU Elite ID Clinic will be coached by Nova Southeastern University Head Women’s Soccer Coach, John Constable. Constable played professionally for Motherwell Football Club in the Scottish Premier League during 1998 to 2001 seasons in his homeland and has a wealth of knowledge to pass on to 14-18 year old’s preparing to be a college soccer player. Coach Constable has led a dramatic improvement with the Sharks soccer program with 5 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, the program’s 1st ever outright SSC Championship and 1st ever NCAA Regional Championship just some of the highlights so far. 70% of the roster that recently won the Sharks the NCAA South Region Championship were actually first spotted here at the NSU Elite ID Clinic
The NSU Elite ID Clinic will focus on teaching the techniques and tactical tools essential for the NCAA D2 level college game. The clinic will truly be “A day in the life of a NSU soccer player. “If you want to play in college or will be playing college soccer in the near future, then this clinic will be perfect preparation for you!
LOCATION: NSU Soccer Complex, 3301 College Ave, Davie, Florida 33314
WHAT TO BRING: Water bottle / jug, sun block, cleats, sneakers / sandals, shin guards are mandatory.
MEALS: Lunch and dinner will be provided for all participants
INFORMATION: For more information, contact NSU women’s head coach John Constable at 954-203-2472 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
REFUND POLICY: A 30% processing fee shall be deducted from camp payment and the remaining shall be refunded provided withdrawal is before the camp begins. No refunds will be issued upon expulsion or voluntary withdrawal from camp once it has begun.