Jan. 23, 2014
PITTSBURGH - The University of Pittsburgh men's soccer team will host a College Prospect (I.D.) Academy for Boys in grades 9-12 on Saturday, March 15, from noon to 3:30 at the Charles L. Cost Indoor Sport Center.
The camp is designed for high school boys (field players and goalkeepers) entering grades 9-12 who are planning to compete at the collegiate level. Players will be coached and trained by members of the University of Pittsburgh's soccer coaching staff as well as additional college and high school coaches as needed. The Academy is open to any and all entrants, and provides participating players with a highly competitive training environment that introduces them to the dynamics of the college game.
More information can be found in the camp brochure.
For more information on all of Pitt's Soccer camps please visit the camp website at www.shoot2score.net.
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