A girls soccer I.D. camp will be held June 17 at Wilmington College’s outdoor soccer facilities.
The camp will feature the staff of the women’s soccer program which is led by head coach Steve Spirk, who has been involved in soccer for more than 40 years.
Also, assistant coach Jacob Morrison (NSCAA Advanced National), Bob Dessecker (recruiting coordinator) and current Wilmington College players will staff the camp.
The camp is open to any female soccer player in grades 7-12 that aspires to play collegiate soccer.
A sign-up will be held June 17, with check-in at 9 a.m. The camp concludes at 2 p.m. Cost is $75 per camp, which includes lunch and a T-shirt. A registration deadline of June 12 has been set.
The Wilmington College staff believes that players need to be exposed to the technical/tactical, physical and mental demands of the game, according to a press release from the college. The focus of all activities will allow the campers to experience what it takes to compete at the college level.
Players will receive individual attention from the staff of coaches and players. A combination of training sessions, small sided 6v6 and 8v8 games will be at the core of the camp curriculum. Goal keepers will have private instruction from our goal keeper coach during the training session portion.