Oct. 30, 2012
PITTSBURGH – Pitt men’s soccer will host the 2012 College Prospect (ID) Academy on Sunday, Dec. 16 at the Charles L. Cost Center on the University of Pittsburgh’s Upper Campus. The camp will be held from Noon to 3:30 p.m. and is open to high school boys in grades 9-12.
“This is a great opportunity for young players to gain exposure, while also learning about the college soccer experience,” said Pitt head coach Joe Luxbacher.
The College Prospect (ID) Academy is designed to instruct players on technical training activities in a highly competitive environment. The clinic will feature direction by the Pitt coaching staff, as well as Shoot to Score Soccer Academy instructors. It will be one of the final evaluation opportunities for 2013 high school graduates and an early evaluation opportunity for younger players.
A brief “College Recruiting and Compliance Seminar” will be included at the conclusion of the camp.
The College Prospect (ID) Academy is open to any and all male players who are interested in competing at the collegiate level. Participants should bring the following items to ID camp: shin guards, soccer clothing, indoor flats or molded shoes, soccer ball and registration materials. For more information - including costs and to register on-line - visit the website at www.shoot2score.net.
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