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Carroll U (WI) - Women's Soccer

Elite College Prep Camp

Location Waukesha, WI
Event Date(s) Jul 13, 2020 to Jul 16, 2020
Ages 14 to 19
Grades 9th to College Freshman
Register By Jul 11, 2020 11:59pm CST

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Event Description

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Elite College Prep Camp

If you’re interested in preparing yourself to play Division I, Division II or Division III collegiate soccer, then Carroll University’s Elite College Prep (ECP) camp is for you. The ECP camp is designed specifically for high-level players seeking to learn what it takes to stand out in all aspects of the game. Learn how to train physically and mentally for the next level.

July 13th - 16th, 2020
Entering Grades: 9th - Including Freshmen
Overnight Camper: $455, Includes T-Shirt
Commuter Camper: $355, Includes T-Shirt
Early Registration: $415 If Registered By June 1st

Please Note: ID Camp is included in the cost of the Elite College Prep Camp.

Location: Schneider Stadium,  221 N. Barstow St. Waukesha, Wis. 53186

Why Carroll Elite College Prep:

  • Top training techniques taught by quality staff, including current and former
    college coaches and players
  • Exposure to current college coaches
  • Training sessions held at Carroll University’s Schneider Stadium
  • Daily mini coach sessions: 1-on-1 evaluation meetings with a college player
  • ECP player evaluation / report card
  • Daily classroom instruction (schedule on reverse)
  • Position-specific training/Goalkeeper training
  • Daily speed and agility sessions
  • Drill book with description of training techniques
  • Age-specific groups
  • Double occupancy in University housing
  • Camp T-shirt and ball

Classroom Session Topics:

  • How to Get Noticed: Recruiting strategies and information
  • Making the Grade: Preparing for academics in college and NCAA clearinghouse
  • Body Preparation: Nutrition and training regimens
  • Beyond the Ball: Off-field training strategies
  • It’s All in Your Head: Leadership development and mental preparation
  • Position Tactics: Separated by position on field

Check in:

Registration will take place on July 13th from 1-2pm in the lobby of one of our residence halls (location TBD). At check-in, campers will proceed through various stations. During check-in, they will be receiving residence hall keys, their meal card, ball, and a camp shirt. We will collect a waiver form that can be signed during the check-in. Residence hall staff members will be present to answer questions. Our camp athletic trainer will be at registration, as well, to answer any questions and handle any medical issues/concerns. Additionally, we will have a Camp Bank. During the week, we will be selling food items including pizza at night. If you would like to put money in the Camp Bank to spend (so you do not have to carry it), you can do so here. Unused money is refundable at the end of camp.

Lost Keys

If a key is lost, there is a $225 charge to replace the lock and key. This charge is mandatory based on University policy.

Important Items to bring (NOT PROVIDED)

  • Sheets
  • Towels
  • Fan
  • Toiletries (shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste etc.)
  • Water bottle (water will be provided at every session)
  • Notebook (optional for classroom sessions)

Athletic Trainer

A student athletic trainer will be on staff and will be inside the complex at all times. This person will take care of issues such as taping, ice, minor injury evaluation. The student AT will hold any inhalers and any other medical devices you wish. For more serious issues, the on-campus certified AT will be called or 911, as necessary.

Parents/Family Members at Camp

Parents and family members are welcome to attend and watch any session of camp. However, we do request that while you are watching, please utilize the upper level of the Team Center or the bleachers so as not to distract the campers during training sessions. Parents may also attend any of the night games to cheer on your player.

Daily Schedule
6:30am  Wake up / Breakfast
7:30am - 9:00am  Training Session
10:00am - 10:45am  Classroom Session
11:00am  Lunch
12:00pm - 2:00pm  Mini Coach Session(s) / Optional Campus Tours
2:30pm - 4:00pm  Training Session
5:00pm  Dinner
6:00pm - 6:30pm  Classroom Session
7:30pm - 9:00pm  Night Games
9:00pm - 10:30pm  Watch Staff Game / Video / Pizza Order
10:30pm  Lights Out

Contact: Coach Susie Foster | 262-650-4830 (Office) | 847.897.8546 (Cell) | sfoster@carrollu.edu