Soccer Masters ID Camps provides high school student-athlete a camp to gain exposure to head and associate coaches from academic schools. They are a relatively new camp company that brings together college coaches from Ivy league and other mini-Ivys.
Soccer Masters offers Instructional Prospect Camps and Micro-ID Camps that ensure the 4-8 college coaches will interact with each player (about a 16 to 1 ratio). Upcoming locations and dates include: July 14-15 at St Georges School Newport, RI, June 8-9 at Surf Sports, Del Mar, CA, June 20-21 at Great Park, Irvine, CA, July 5-6 at Union Point Sports Weymouth, MA, July 7-8 at Union Point Sports, Weymouth MA, July 20-21 at Union Point Sports, Weymouth, MA, July 27-28 at Union Point Sports, Weymouth, MA.
Camps include both training and showcase games. Staff include:
John Smith – Head Coach – Cornell
Josh Shapiro – Head Coach – Harvard
Craig Appleby – Head Coach – Johns Hopkins
Brian Gill – Head Coach – University of Pennsylvania
Kylie Stannard – Head Coach – Yale
Charles Rodriguez – Asst Coach – Yale University
Jon Delan0 – Asst Coach – University of Pennsylvania
Ken Bovell – Head Coach – MIT
Kyle Dezotell – Head Coach – Tufts University
Geoff Wheeler – Head Coach – Wesleyan University
Dan Wagner – Head Coach – Franklin & Marshall College
Camp abides by NCAA rules and is open to ANY and ALL players in the 2023, 2024 & 2025 graduation years. Therefore, it is not a select-only camp, but open to any participant interested.
The cost of this two-day camp is $695. No refunds will be provided for this camp for any reason, including Acts of God. A FULL refund will be provided should Soccer Masters cancel this camp. Soccer Masters Camps have a maximum of eight teams and use four fields. Each team will have sixteen field players and two keepers. Every player works directly with every coach across three distinct sessions: Skill Training, 7V7 and 11V11.
ABOUT SOCCER MASTERS
Soccer Masters is owned by Graham Leveston, College Properties Group a group that has deep roots in college lacrosse. Coaches typically represent Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Brown, UPenn, Cornell, Columbia, UCLA, Williams, Bowdoin, Amherst, Tufts, Haverford, Swarthmore, Wesleyan, Washington & Lee, Virginia, Notre Dame, Johns Hopkins, Stanford, and others.
CPG also represents professional lacrosse player and Princeton grad, Tom Schreiber; considered by many to be the best lacrosse player in the world in both the field and indoor game. CPG has created Tom’s TS26 brand, website, and unique Elite 10 camp series. Tom is a member of the 2018 Gold Medal winning Team USA, a member of the Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League, and also a member of the newly created Premier Lacrosse League. View his website here.
CPG created and operates the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) Game of the Week. This game is held each year and draws attendance in excess of 3,000. The Game of the Week helps generate funds for the college coaches association. The IMLCA provides valuable products and services to its coach members.