UCLA Girls Soccer College ID Camps are 4-day summer camps targeted towards young female soccer players between 14-18 years old, who wants to try the life of a collegiate soccer player and get challenged in her game play. The camp takes place on the fields around UCLA’s campus, including North Athletic Field and the Intramural Field, which both are practice fields for the UCLA Bruin Soccer teams.
The university of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), is a faculty that believes in optimism. This approach to research has helped the university earn 13 Nobel Prizes, 12 MacArthur Fellows, more NCAA titles than any university (113) and more Olympic medals than most nations (261). The faculty has been a huge drive in the creation of the internet and the discovery of reversed osmosis, more than 140 companies have been created based on technology developed at UCLA. Optimism is the drive of the university and the way they keep on making new discoveries and accomplishments.
The camp staff consists of experienced coaches from the UCLA Bruins Soccer coaching team, current and former UCLA players and top college coaches from around the country. Head Coach Amanda Cromwell is the fifth head coach in UCLA women’s soccer history, only 8 months after she started, she led the team to their first-ever NCAA Championship. The season continued with 21 unbeaten games and the team won the Pac-12 title and tied the school record for most victories in a season. Cromwell got named Soccer America’s Coach of the Year, the first time such an honor has fallen on a UCLA women’s soccer coach. Assistant Coach Joshua Walters is in his fifth season at Bruins. During his time here he has helped lead Bruins to their first-ever NCAA women’s soccer championship and was named the NSCAA Pacific Region Assistant Coach of the Year. In 2016, he was the recruiting coordinator for the nation’s No. 1 recruiting class.
UCLA Girls Soccer College ID Camps gives aspiring female soccer players who want to try to play at the collegiate level, the opportunity to experience intense, competitive soccer training over a 4-day camp. The camp offers a competitive environment where you’re going to play against your fellow campers who’re also among the best players in the country. The overnight experience will include a range of soccer-related activities, such as viewing an international game film, lectures on conditioning, and a discussion of college options, all done to help develop a soccer athlete with multiple talents and understanding of the game.