Are you interested in playing soccer at the collegiate level? Than the Northeast Elite ID Camp is the ideal developmental and training camp for you.
Held from July 8-11 at the Colgate University campus in Hamilton, New York, the Northeast Elite ID Camp is a soccer developmental training camp for male high school athletes - from emerging freshman to graduating seniors. This unique event provides the opportunity to develop your game under the guidance of elite collegiate coaches in a highly competitive atmosphere. Players will be evaluated by the many college coaches who make up the staff, thus providing the potential opportunity to play soccer at the collegiate level.
The camp is a four-day experience held at Colgate University where coaches at the Division I, II & III levels will all gather. This amazing opportunity for aspiring student athletes will include a demanding curriculum, giving participating players the opportunity to experience what playing in college is all about all while developing their game at the next level.
Erik Ronning, the head coach of the men’s soccer program at Colgate, will be leading a talented and diverse staff.
Soccer aside, this overnight camp will give players a small taste of college campus life – from utilizing the dormitories and athletic facilities to coexisting with teammates. It is a great opportunity to experience college life while also learning about the recruiting process, which can be particularly important to students entering their senior year.
For more information regarding the soccer camp, or to register, visit www.northeasteliteid.com