Crimson Soccer Academy College ID Clinic is a 2-day summer camp targeted towards young males between 9th -12th grade who wants to improve their game and have ambitions about playing soccer on The Harvard Men’s soccer team. The camp will take place at the Harvard University soccer fields and is open to any and all entrants who meet the requirements.
Harvard University is te oldest university that is to find in the United States, with its establishment in 1636. The university has a total of about 22,000 students spread out on the Harvard College, Graduate and professional students. An education opens doors to the international stage, the alumni of Harvard is spread out in over 202 different countries in the world. The university has won and fostered 48 Nobel Laureates, 32 heads of state and 48 Pulitzer Prize winners. Not only does Harvard foster academic brilliance, but also on the athletic stage the universities students perform to excellence with several Olympic appearances.
The camp staff consists of experienced coaches from The Harvard University soccer team, directed by Harvard Head Coach Pieter Lehrer. Lehrer made positive changes on the team right from the start of his career as head coach, by leading The Crimsons to a second-place finish in the Ivy League in his inaugural season. In 2013 after two years without an Ivy League victory, they defeated the eventual champion Penn and ran off with the title. Associate Head Coach Jonathan Delano has guided four players who’ve earned All-Ivy League honors and the team more that doubled its win total from the past season. Assistant coach Jared Small and Goalkeeper Coach Vasili Uspensky will also be present at the clinics.
The Crimson Soccer Academy College ID Clinic is for players who wants to improve their game. The clinic will consist of technical and tactical instructions and the players will have the opportunity to play against other top players at the clinic. You will get the opportunity to get feedback at the end of the camp and there will also be held an informational session during the first day of the clinic.