Winter College ID Clinic
WINTER COLLEGE ID CLINIC
This one-day clinic is specifically designed for the serious soccer athlete who has the desire to play collegiate soccer. Participants will be coached directly by the UW-Oshkosh Women’s Soccer coaching staff and student-athletes. Players should be stand-out high school age players on their respective high school and club teams. Live and train like the Titans. Players will train indoors at the Rec Plex facility. The clinic will also allow players and parents an opportunity to see our outdoor facilities and meeting rooms at the Oshkosh Sports Complex.
EACH PARTICIPANT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING THEIR OWN LUNCH
DROP OFF & PICK UP LOCATION: Rec Plex, 140 Osceola Street
WHAT TO BRING: Soccer Ball, Shin Guards, Cleats, Other shoes/boots for admissions tour, Warm outdoor clothes for admissions tour, Water Bottle, Questions for UW-Oshkosh Student-Athletes, and Lunch.
ADMISSION MEETING / TOUR DEPARTURE: Kolf Sports Center: Room 161, 785 High Avenue. Parents can park in lot 13 (Parking Pass Distributed at Check-In).
CANCELLATIONS: Your fee will be refunded without question if you cancel your enrollment two weeks prior to the first day of camp. Any time after this point, refunds will be made for medical reasons only. Requests for refunds must be in writing and accompanied by a signed excuse from a physician. Campers who must leave due to illness or injury will receive a prorated refund based on the number of sessions attended. Requests for refunds must be made within three months of the conclusion of the camp.
MORE INFORMATION: The clinic date will be limited to the first 30 field players and six goalkeepers who sign up. This will provide campers with one-on-one coaching opportunities. Athletes will participate in college level training sessions. It will also give the high school students a chance to interact with current college athletes.
Many current UW-Oshkosh women's soccer players have attended this clinic in the past. It is a great way to expose yourself to the coaching staff at UW-Oshkosh.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Erin Coppernoll at 920-424-1381 or firstname.lastname@example.org