March 08, 2019
Cal Soccer and WashU to Partner for Prospect Camp in April
For the first time in history, a Division I and a Division III soccer program come together to host a high school ID camp . The University of California and Washington University in St. Louis men’s soccer coaches join forces on April 27th, at the renowned Cal campus, for student athletes to experience a day in the life as a bear – a Cal Golden Bear or a WashU Red & Green Bear.
"Cal and Washington University in St. Louis have decided to join forces and bring an unprecedented one-day ID camp to Cal's campus. Cal and WashU are known as two of the most prestigious academic institutions in the world. Over the last several years, these soccer programs have had tremendous success in our respective collegiate divisions as well,” states Cal’s Head Men’s Soccer Coach. “Both Joe Clarke and I thought that this would be such a great and unique opportunity for high school players to gain exposure to two great universities."
Cal and WashU coaching staff lead players through physically, technically, tactically, and emotionally demanding training sessions. By day's end, attendees understand the winning philosophies, training methodologies, and how these programs demanding environment set them apart from other programs in college soccer.
This ID camp is for high school soccer players looking to play in college. Per NCAA rules, Cal Soccer Academy & Camps are open to any and all entrants. Enrollment in our camps is limited only by age, gender, and capacity restrictions as specified by each camp.
To register for this unique clinic you can visit https://www.calsportscamps.com/soccer/camps/prospect-clinic