Winter Elite ID Camp
Winter Elite ID Camp
The Winter College ID Camp will offer each camper an opportunity to be exposed to the technical, tactical and physical demands of collegiate soccer through competitive exercises organized and conducted by high level Women’s Soccer Coaching Staff members. The training session will contain the following key factors in development: competition, critical thinking, and technical repetition. All aspects of the training will encourage and demand player accountability. The training sessions will model the USSF coaching methodology.
Players should plan on being at Davis Field at 9:30 AM on February 29th. The first session will begin at approximately 10:00 AM. After the first session on Saturday, players will be notified as to what schedule they will be on for the remainder of camp. Players will receive one morning training session, small sided games, time for questions and answers about the collegiate game, and conclude with a full 11 vs 11 game.
Check In Location: Davis Field or Philips Recreation Center
Camp Location: Davis Field and/or Philips Recreation Center
Meals & Housing:
Lunch will not be provided. The College ID Camp is a day camp only and no overnight accommodations will be provided. Campers are responsible for providing their own overnight accommodations if needed. Hotel information will be provided upon request.
Can park at Davis Field.
What to Bring:
The following items are required for each session: Shin-guards, soccer shoes, socks & water bottle. Davis Field is a sports turf surface. Cleats or turf shoes will be acceptable.
parents and other spectators are welcome to observe the skills camp. In order to create a safe environment for our participants and spectators, parents should only watch the camp from designated public areas at the facility. Please use caution when walking around the facility and/or watching the skills camp.
Rules & Expectations
Expectations for camper behavior:
- Follow all instructions of camp staff and immediately consult the Head Coach or camp director if you are uncertain about these instructions.
- Label all personal belongings. CMU Women’s soccer elite camps are not responsible for campers’ lost or stolen items.
- Notify a camp director as soon as any problem arises, big or small.
Behaviors not permitted:
- Using profanity or inappropriate language, whether it is written or verbal.
- Leaving the camp area as designated by the camp director.
- Inappropriate use of a cell phone or cell phone camera during camp – phone may be confiscated for the duration of camp.
- Damaging or stealing University or other people’s property. Camp fees do not cover payment for any lost or stolen items.
While unacceptable conduct is not anticipated from campers, if Central Methodist has reason to believe a violation of any camp rule or expectation has occurred, this could result in disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal from camp. Refunds will not be issued to campers dismissed from camp for disciplinary reasons.
We expect that parents or guardians of campers will be available (by phone) during the duration of the camp in the event the camp director or other camp staff needs to speak with them about a camper’s behavior.
Campers and parents should review this important information prior to arriving at camp.
Questions may be directed to Head Coach/Camp Director, Dan Schmidlin at 660-672-9155.