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Campbell University - Women's Soccer Camp
Campbell University - Women's Soccer Camp
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Welcome to the home of Campbell University Fighting Camels Women’s Soccer Camps. We appreciate you taking the time to check out our site and the different camps that we have to offer. We offer two different style of camps:

WEEKEND RESIDENTIAL CAMP: The Weekend Residential College ID Camp is designed for rising 9th graders to high school seniors interested in playing past high school. We bring in several college coaches to work this camp weekend from the NCAA (Division I, II, III), NAIA, and Junior College levels. We have a unique camp format so you will be exposed to college level training sessions and game tactics from each coach in attendance.

We will also have a college talk with college coaches to answer any questions about the recruiting process and any new NCAA updates in regards to recruiting.

Spaces are limited so we can provide the maximum attention and evaluation from all of the college coaches in

ID CLINICS: Our one day ID clinics are held throughout the year for 9th-12th graders that have an interest in playing past high school.

Campbell Women’s Soccer coaches (and based on availability other college coaches) and players will be involved in all of the sessions. Typical format will consist of a warm up / training session and games for both the morning and afternoon session.

After the lunch break we offer a college recruiting talk to answer questions from players and parents about the college recruiting process.

Spaces are limited in order to provide each player with maximum attention and evaluation opportunities.

We look forward to having you at one of our camps and please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions

Fighting Camels Women's Soccer Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).