Register now for the fourth-annual Winter College ID Camp 2017!
The ID camp will feature over 30 College Coaches.
The PSPL College ID camp is set for -- January 20-22 @ Starfire Sports in Tukwila.
The role of the College Coaches is to identify and select players to progress to the next level of competition. The curriculum is designed over the three days to challenge premier players in a competitive developmental environment against players of equal or better ability.
The College coaches are on the field not only scouting but to provide player growth and advancement that will come from the collegiate level training sessions. The unique three-day event will give the player - and the college coach - the opportunity to get to know each other on the field but also off the field.
Coaches want to get to know players more deeply, especially to understand their personality, their overall intelligence, their academic goals, and whether they share similar values.
Tony DiCicco's SoccerPlus GoalKeeper School
Over the past 35 years, the SoccerPlus Goalkeeper School program has established a rich tradition of excellence and success, guiding countless players to Men’s and Women’s Collegiate, Professional and International Soccer Programs. Created by former US Women’s National Team Coach, Tony DiCicco, the SoccerPlus Goalkeeper School is an intense and rewarding week of goalkeeper training that features many of the practices used with National Team players! SoccerPlus Goalkeeper School utilizes experienced and knowledgeable instructors and a cutting edge curriculum proven to expand the technical, tactical, physical and mental soccer abilities of players.
|School Name||School Website||School Location||Division||Gender of Program|
|Air Force Academy||www.goairforcefalcons.com||Colorado Springs, CO||DI||Women|
|Bethany College||www.bethanywv.edu||West Virginia||DIII||Men & Women|
|Bloomsburg University||www.bloomu.edu||Bloomsburg PA||DII||Men|
|Central Washington University||http://www.wildcatsports.com/||Ellensburg, WA||DII||Women|
|Columbia University||www.columbia.edu||NY, NY||DI||Men|
|Eastern Oregon University||http://www.eousports.com||La Grande, OR||NAIA||Women|
|Embry Riddle Aeronautical University||erauathletics.com||Daytona Beach,. FL||DII||Men|
|Everett Community College||www.Everettcc.edu||WA||Women|
|Evergreen State College||http://www.evergreen.edu/||Olympia, WA||NAIA||Men|
|Georgia State University||www.georgiastatesports.com||Atlanta, Georgia||DI||Men|
|Humboldt State University||http://www.hsulumberjacks.com/||Arcata, CA||DII||Men|
|Johnson & Wales University||http://northmiami.jwuathletics.com/||North Miami, FL||NAIA||Men & Women|
|Lincoln Memorial University||www.lmunet.edu||Harrogate, TN||DII||Men & Women|
|Montana State University Billings||www.msubsports.com||Billings, MT||DII||Men & Women|
|Nova Southeastern University||http://nsusharks.com/||Florida||DII||Men|
|Portland State University||http://www.goviks.com/||Oregon||DI||Women|
|Seattle Pacific University||www.spu.edu||Seattle, WA||DII||Women|
|Southern Utah University||www.suutbirds.com/||Cedar City, UT||DI||Women|
|Stony Brook University||www.stonybrookathletics.com||Stony Brook, NY||DI||Women|
|Texas Woman's University||twu.edu||Denton, TX||DII||Women|
|The Citadel||www.citadelsports.com||Charleston, SC||DI||Women|
|Thiel College||https://www.thiel.edu/||Greenville, PA||DIII||Women|
|Thomas University||Www.Tunighthawks.com||Thomasville, Georgia||NAIA||Men|
|University of Arkansas - Pine Bluff||www.uapb.edu||Pine Bluff, Arkansas||DI||Women|
|University of Lethbridge||Gohorns.ca||Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada||Men|
|University of Montana||gogriz.com||Missoula, Montana||DI||Women|
|University of Southern Mississippi||www.usm.edu||Hattiesburg, Mississippi||DI||Women|
|Valdosta State University||www.valdosta.edu||Valdosta, Georgia||DII||Women|
|Walsh University||www.walsh.edu||North Canton, OH||DII||Men|
|Wenatchee Valley College||www.wvc.edu||Wenatchee, WA||JUCO||Men|
|Wheeling Jesuit University||www.wju.edu||Wheeling,WV||DII||Men|
|Whitman College||http://athletics.whitman.edu||Walla Walla,Washington||DIII||Men|
|Whitworth University||www.whitworthpirates.com||Washington||DIII||Men & Women|
|Willamette University||willamette.edu||Salem, OR||DIII||Women|
Why ID Camp?
Have a Plan
You must have a plan to get recognized, evaluated and identified by the right college coaches. A College coach receives thousands of inquiries and player recommendations.
Strict NCAA rules and only so many hours in the day limit a coach’s ability to evaluate player talent. Coaches typically try to attend events where they will see the biggest number of elite players in competitive environments.
Or, coaches will attend specific games to see players that trusted clubs have recommended to them.
One key: get exposure in front of as many collegiate coaches as possible.
Another avenue: playing for a strong club team with a good college track-record or with the PSPL Academy or state ODP team.
Our Collegiate Preparatory ID Camp will help players get an edge in the college pursuit – but at a more personal scale devoted to helping you achieve your college dreams.
The PSPL College Winter ID Camp is structured to give college coaches multiple opportunities to see players perform in training and in game settings. A large number of players have been recruited locally or nationally.
Want to play for an East Coast, Midwest or Far West college?
Our College ID camp is well know for attracting college coaches from the East Coast, Southwest, Midwest as well as the Northwest.
Save your money with trips to the East Coast and Midwest. Come to the PSPL Academy ID camp at fraction of the cost. These coaches are looking for YOU!
See the list of colleges at the end of this post.
Advantage to the Elite Player
- Players will get exposure to multiple East & West Coast College Schools from D1/D2/D3/JUCO& NAIA.
- College coaches lead training sessions like in a college environment
- Players are in constant interaction through out the camp with college coaches on the field, in the classroom, and during breaks.
- Players will receive specific feedback on strengths and areas for improvement. Verbal evaluations are honest and meant to prepare players to compete at a collegiate level.
Fees and Registration
- All players welcome!
- We will accept walk-ups the day of the ID Camp
- Winter College ID Camp Player Form