Join the Stanford University Cardinals Women’s Soccer College ID Camp from the 11th of July until the 14th of July. The program is open to both field players and goalkeepers. This soccer camp will cover technical as well as the tactical aspects of the game. It will also provide informational sessions about physical and mental conditioning. Furthermore, this soccer identification camp is open to all female players in grade 8 up to grade 12 who desire to play at the college level. It is going to accommodate both residential and commuter campers. In addition, the camp registration fee is $870 for residential campers and $735 for commuter campers.
About Stanford University
Stanford University Cardinals Women’s Soccer College ID Camp Organizers
Head Coach Paul Ratcliffe who hails from Calabasas, California is leading the Stanford University Cardinals women’s soccer team. He is now entering his 16th year at the reins of the Cardinals women’s soccer program. Coach Paul Ratcliffe is a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a specialization in business administration graduate from the University of California Los Angeles. Additionally, Coach Ratcliffe is a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “A” coaching license holder. Coach Paul Ratcliffe has one of the most impressive coaching careers in women’s college soccer history. In fact, he is five-time Pac-12 Coach of the Year, a three-time Pac-10 Coach of the Year, and a five-time NSCAA Pacific Region Coach of the Year. He is also a three-time NSCAA National Coach of the Year. Ultimately, under his leadership, the Stanford Cardinals women’s soccer team has already won two NCAA Championships (, 2011). He also led the team into 14 NCAA Tournament Appearances. Coach Paul Ratcliffe is now holding an overall coaching win-loss record of 306-83-34. Then, the Stanford Cardinals women’s soccer associate head coach is Hideki Nakada. Coach Hideki Nakada is now entering his fifth season with the coaching staff. He is the 2015 NSCAA Pacific Region Assistant Coach of the Year. He played professionally for Omiya Ardija and then for Kyoto Purple Sanga in Japan. The team assistant coach is Margueritte Aozasa. And finally, Kayley Sullivan is the volunteer assistant coach.