Yale Soccer ID Camp is a 2-day summer camp targeted towards boys soccer players that are in their freshman year and older (including JuCo players and/or currently enrolled Yale students). The camp will take place at Yale University.
Yale University, which is ranked as the #1 university in the nation, is an almost 400 years old research university with a wide range of programs, departments, schools, centers, museums, and affiliated organizations. The university has 5,453 undergraduate students, 6,859 graduate and professional students and 4,462 international students represented from 118 countries around the world. Yale also provides opportunities to study abroad during your time as a student there. At Yale, you’ll find 38 men’s and women’s varsity teams, over 40 club sports (most co-ed), and undergraduate and graduate intramural programs.
The camp staff consists of experienced coaches from the entire Yale coaching staff, including other area college coaches. Coaches who’ve attended the past years has among other been from Bates College, Northeastern University, Bryant University, Amherst College, Coly college, Marist college, Middlebury college, Trinity college and Hamilton college. Head Coach for the Bulldogs Kylie Stannard has been on the post for two seasons now. Before his time at Bulldogs he was associate head coach at Michigan state, where he led them to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament and additional 5 other appearances in the Tournament. Assistant Coach Ian Clerihew has 17 years of experience both as a head coach and assistant. Assistant Coach T.J. Love who helped the Big Red from Cornell to an Ivy League championship, has now joined the Bulldog team.
The summer prep ID Clinics at Yale is an opportunity for young male soccer players to experience a highly competitive ID clinic in the Ivy League. The camp will give you the experience of how a pre-season training for a Division 1 player feels like and challenge your skills and abilities in front of top college coaches. The program will consist of both small and full-sided games, where each player will be thoroughly evaluated by the coaches and get a written evaluation at the end of the camp. Through the two days of training, the campers will get: playing and in-depth evaluation, there will be a Yale admissions presentation, a nutritional talk, a leadership talk, a strength training session, and a coaches and players recruiting panel discussion.