Coaches from the following institutions are planning to attend the event:
University of Illinois
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Come show your soccer skills to some of the most prestigious collegiate soccer coaches in the country. This event is open to girls in the 1999 to 2004 birth years. Participants will be broken into 12 teams for training and games throughout the weekend. We will also offer informational sessions on nutrition and college preparation.
All events will be held indoors at the Grand Park Events Center, one of the premiere sports complexes in the country.
Space is limited - register now to be considered for this unique opportunity. Per NCAA rules, the event is open to any and all entrants, limited only by space and age levels. All registrations will be reviewed and accepted participants will be directed to a link to pay their registration fee and provide proper documentation.
All participants must present a copy of their valid 17-18 US Youth Soccer or US Club Soccer player card. These can be from any club or state.
Dates: January 20-21
Time: All day
Application deadline: The College ID event is limited to 200 participants. Per NCAA rules, the event is open to any and all entrants, limited only by space and age levels.
Description: Participants will be divided among individual teams, which will train and play under participating college coaches. The event will abide by normal FIFA rules regarding play of the game. Substitutions will be unlimited and up to the discretion of the college coach.
Educational opportunities include presentations by a nutritionist and college preparation counselor.
Important: After you complete the registration form you will receive an email to pay your registration fee. Your registration is not complete until you have paid the registration fee.
Grand Park, located in Westfield, IN, is one of the nation's premier sports campuses. The camp will be held at the Grand Park Events Center, which has three full-sized indoor soccer fields.
Heather Fink is a sports dietitian with the IUPUI Jaguars. Heather is a public safety medical and wellness dietitian who is board-certified as a specialist in sports dietetics and a certified LEAP therapist.
Heather develops individualized sports nutrition plans for athletes. Her programs include a nutritional analysis, daily meal plans and nutrition goals, hydration strategies and game day nutrition plans.