2017 US College Soccer ID Camp’s Southeast Elite ID camp is for players entering 8th – 12th grade (ages 13-18) and graduating seniors still looking for a home.
The coaching staff has been carefully picked so that every level and type of player has the ability to be identified. Coaches have been chosen to attend who coach at top Division I programs pursuing National Championships, top and middle level Division II programs, Division III programs, and even NAIA programs and Junior College Programs that seek National Championships. The coaches on staff are passionate about developing players through specific technical training, small sided matches, and 11 v 11 games. Each player will be issued an Identification Number that they will wear at each session, so when that magical moment happens, every coach will be able to identify who that player is, who they want to play for their school.
The Southeast Elite ID Camp is located at the University of South Florida, in beautiful Tampa, FL.
The University of South Florida, founded 1956, is a large, public 4-year university offering undergraduate, graduate, specialist and doctoral level degrees. The USF System includes three, separately accredited institutions: USF; USF St. Petersburg; and USF Sarasota-Manatee.
The University of South Florida is a global research university dedicated to student success and positioned for membership in the Association of American Universities (AAU).
The University of South Florida (USF) is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s, specialist and doctorate degrees.
Denise Schilte-Brown became the second coach in the history of the University of South Florida women’s soccer program in December of 2006, bringing with her new energy and enthusiasm for both the team and the University.
After graduating from UMBC in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in economics, Schilte-Brown served as an assistant coach at both Eckerd (Fla.) College (1997) and the University of Tampa (1998) before returning to her alma mater.
While in Florida, she was also the head coach of the Tampa Heather U-13 and U-19 youth soccer clubs.
Since 2002 Schilte-Brown has served as a Region I staff coach for the U-19 Olympic Development Program (ODP) and was an assistant coach for the Virginia Youth Soccer Association (VYSA) U-17 ODP. She was also a head coach at both the 2003 and 2004 InfoSport Pro Soccer Combines. Schilte-Brown also recently became a U.S. National Training Staff coach and is working towards obtaining her UEFA “B” Coaching Badge.
Schilte-Brown completed, with honors, her M.S. in sports administration and management with a concentration in administration and coaching from VCU in 2003. She also possesses a USSF A coaching license.
A native of Grimsby, Ontario, and a member of the 1997 Canadian National Team, Schilte-Brown also played two seasons in the Women’s Bundesliega professional league in Germany as well as the W-League in the United States from 1998-2001.
Schilte-Brown and her husband, Chris, have twins named Ethan and Kenza.