Princeton Sports Management Offers Soccer Camp for College Bound Girls
The upcoming Princeton Sports Management High School Girls Soccer ID camp which is scheduled to take place in July this year will see a dozen coaches division one college taking part. The event which will be held at the Hun School is the first to ever be staged.
The residential recruiting camp, which is set to last four days, will be guided by coaches from schools such as University of North Carolina, Princeton University, Loyola, University of Delaware, Lynchburg and La Salle University.
The vice president of Princeton University’s Sports Management, Ed Hammerle, said that the event which will be hosted is not for elite soccer players only.
"We have opportunities across the gambit," Hammerle said.
Despite the fact that the program in itself is geared toward college readiness, organizers of the event have pointed out the fact that the camp will also be open to eight graders as well.
The former head coach of Georgetown University and George Mason, Diane drake, will be the one who will officiate the camp which will also include academic lessons that will see participants take part in an SAT test prep session.
Hammerle went on to state that, "A lot of these ID programs are based on athletics, but we think the importance of education combined with athletics is really great."
In addition to the education aspect, the camp will also give women the opportunity to attend seminars which will be hosted by sports psychologists and doctors. All this will be put in place so as to see to it that their leadership skills are well developed.
The camp will start on 10th July and it expected to come to an end on 13th July.