The North Carolina Summer College ID Camp at NC State is for boys ages 13-18. They focus on helping the player to improve on the field and in life through both soccer and character building.
The NC State ID camp provides a “no nonsense” experience led by head coach George Kiefer and his staff. They look for highly motivated players that want to play and learn everything it takes to play college soccer. The camp includes a college talk with our college coaches for parents to attend following check-in. Every player that engages in this experience will realize it’s not your typical college soccer ID camp, it’s more of a transformational learning experience in an environment where you can get identified by all types of college coaches. This camp hopes to sell out early, so they recommend to reserve your spot as soon as possible.
College ID Camp is scheduled from 9am – 3pm each day and accommodations and lunch are not provided.
College ID Camp Prices (note that a portion of the fee will be non-refundable)
The North Carolina Summer College ID Camp
$345 Early Bird Rate (Prior to April 1)
$395 Final Rate
NC State ID Camp, Men’s Coaching Staff
- George Kiefer, NC State Men’s Soccer Head Men’s Soccer Coach
Kiefer has led the Wolfpack to the program’s first 3 time back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament since the early 1990’s. After completing 15th seasons as the Head Coach of the University of South Florida (USF) Men’s Soccer Program, Kiefer led the Bulls to 3 Big East Conference Titles and won the American Athletic Conference’s Inaugural Conference Championship & qualified for the postseason in nine of his final 10 seasons including two NCAA College Cup Elite 8 appearances and winning national championships as a player and as an assistant coach at The University of Connecticut. Kiefer has directed youth soccer camps for over 25 years.
- Jeff Negalha, Associate Head Coach
Negalha has played a large role in NC State’s last two strong recruiting classes. The 2018 group was ranked 13th in the nation by TopDrawerSoccer and the 2017 class was ranked ninth. Negalha spent nine seasons as the top assistant at UNC-Chapel Hill. In addition to his 2011 National Assistant Coach of the Year honor, he helped the Tar Heels to a national championship in 2011 after three consecutive College Cup appearances in 2008, 2009, and 2010. UNC-CH qualified for eight NCAA Tournaments in nine seasons with Negalha on staff, won four ACC regular season championships and one ACC Tournament, and appeared in three ACC Tournament championship games. Negalha played an important role in significant recruiting success in Chapel Hill, helping secure eight consecutive classes ranked within the national top 11, including the nation’s No. 1 class in 2011.