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Men's Soccer To Host College ID Camp On July 19-20

Head coach Mark Mettrick
Head coach Mark Mettrick

June 14, 2013

BALTIMORE - The Loyola University Maryland men’s soccer program will host its two-day Summer Identification Camp on Friday and Saturday, July 19-20, at Ridley Athletic Complex.

The objective of the camp is to provide prospective student-athletes with the opportunity to train, play and be coached by the Loyola men's soccer staff in a highly competitive training and playing environment, while being exposed to a Division I men's soccer atmosphere.

“Our ID camp has been a big success the last few years,” head coach Mark Mettrick said. “Our entire coaching staff works the camp and it is a real opportunity for players to get a feel for Loyola University, experience our facilities, get to know our coaches and experience the type of training sessions run in college soccer.  A number of players on our current team have benefitted from their participation in our ID camp.”

The ID camp is a two-day experience open for all high school players between 9-12 grades who have aspirations to compete at the college level. The camp will provide a quality training environment at the extensive Ridley Athletic Complex and will give players the opportunity to experience an NCAA Division I program firsthand.

There will be a recruiting information session, a student-athlete academic lecture and competitive small and full-sided games.

There are also two other advanced residential camps available at Loyola. For more information on those, please visit www.mettricksoccer.com.

To register for the Summer ID Camp, please click here

Loyola University Maryland Summer Identification Camp
Websitewww.mettricksoccer.com
Dates: Friday and Saturday, July 19-20
Location: Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore, Md. (Ridley Athletic Complex)
Cost: Residential ($325) or Extended Day ($275). Registration is limited.


 

 

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