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Men's Soccer Winter ID Camp Set For Saturday, Jan. 11

Loyola has a proud tradition of producing top class players and goalkeepers, including Zach Thornton, a 16-year MLS goalkeeper
Loyola has a proud tradition of producing top class players and goalkeepers, including Zach Thornton, a 16-year MLS goalkeeper

Dec. 16, 2013

Registration Form

BALTIMORE - The Loyola University Maryland men’s soccer program has postponed its Winter Identification Camp until Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014, at Ridley Athletic Complex. The one-day ID camp previously scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 21 has been cancelled. 

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 addition to other college coaches, in a highly competitive training and playing environment, while being exposed to a Division I men's soccer atmosphere.

The Winter ID Camp is a one-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.

To register for the Winter ID Camp, please download the registration form and return to Bryan Harkin either,

By mail:
Bryan Harkin
Loyola University Maryland
Athletic Department
4501 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210

Or, by fax:
410-617-5215 

For any questions, please contact Coach Harkin at 910-232-1142.


 

 

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