Collegiate Prospect Camp
Richard Moodie's Soccer Academy, LLC
2019 Collegiate Prospect Camp
The Girl's Prospect Camp is an intensive camp, consisting of 3 field sessions per day, instructed by coaches from various universities, and assisted by division I college players. Players will study the technical and tactical aspects of soccer, be coached through a match experience by their college coach, and receive lectures on nutrition / conditioning, "how to get recruited", and "different levels of college soccer".
|June 7th - 10th|
Girls Grades: 8th - 12th+
Registration / Check-In: 2:00pm, Day 1
Check-Out: 12:00pm, Day 4
ADD VIDEO/STATISTICAL ANALYSIS: $40
Registration will close 10 days prior to the camp date.
To register after this time, approval will be needed. Contact the Coaching Staff for approval here.
- Coaching from a university coach.
- Working with current university players.
- A detailed evaluation including psychological, physical, technical and tactical aspects.
- Free T-Shirt
- Catering services provided by camp.
- Shared dorm room on campus.
VIDEO ANALYSIS OPTION: Take advantage of our INSTAT video analysis software. You will receive broken down footage of your performances during games at camp along with a statistical analysis. You can use all footage for future highlights or your own development ($40 additional charge).
Goalkeeper Specific Training: Our Summer ID camp will also include goalkeeper specific training from NSCAA, USSF, and UEFA certified coaches. Every practice session will have goalkeeper specific training, with a healthy player to coach ratio in mind to maximize instruction.
What To Bring: A ball, cleats, shin guards, snacks, towels, tennis shoes, bed linen, toiletries, water bottle.
Refund Policy: Please take the time to look over the dates and times of the camp(s) you have signed up for. All our camps offer NO financial refund, but an application of credit towards a future camp can be applied.
All Richard Moodie Soccer Camps, LLC are open to any and all applicants and are limited
only by the number of slots available per camp and the age, grade level and/or gender of the participant.