College ID

GET EXPOSURE TO COLLEGE COACHES FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY

The Post to Post Scouting Program recognizes talent throughout the USA through our Collegiate Identification Camps. Through our programs and events, we aim to expose and showcase aspiring players to professional and college teams in the United States, and in Europe. You can learn more about the programming by clicking here!

The Post to Post Soccer pathways Soccer ID Camp is open to all players grade 8th-12th and is an opportunity to develop their skills needed to play at the next level. You will compete against elite campers who aspire to play at the next level soccer. Athletes will be coached by the college staff attending with other notable coaches. The curriculum includes skill instruction along with full field 11v11 matches. Space is limited, so reserve your spot now!

For more information and site specific information (housing, schedule, etc), you can contact Stephen Richards, rsadoc2012@gmail.com, or Eric Ploch, eric@soccerplus.org

2020 Locations

June 26-28, Augusta, GA ($295): Register Here

WHY ATTEND POST TO POST ID CAMP?

  • Get the opportunity to be seen by top college coaches, scouts and interact with them
  • Get a better understanding of expectations and demands at the collegiate soccer level
  • Learn the skills needed to become an even better player
  • Participate in training sessions run by college coaches
  • Find out the steps that lead to a scholarship

College Identification Camp Builds Experience of the Recruiting Process

  • The College coaches, and Scouts are on the field scouting, evaluating and giving feedback during the training sessions.
  • They will interact one-on-one with the players and teach in small group sessions. The unique event will give the player – and the college coach – the opportunity to get to know each other on the field but also off the field. College coaches want to get to know players more deeply, especially to understand their personality, their overall intelligence, their academic goals, and whether they share similar values.

    REGISTRATION INFO

    • Open to All Current High School Age Athletes
    • All High School Age Goalkeepers are welcome
    • When registering make sure to select if Field Player or Goalkeeper.
    • We will accept walk-ups the day of the ID Camp.

    COACHES ATTENDING

    • The Post to Post ID Camps allows you to be seen by, and to work directly with college coaches from top programs all over the US. An example of coaches who attended the last event in Washington:
      • UPenn
      • University of Portland
      • Oregon State University
      • UC San Diego
      • Bucknell University
      • University of Northern Colorado
      • Washington State University
      • Montana State University
      • University of Chicago
      • Kenyon College
      • The Citadel
      • University of Northern Iowa
      • Union College
      • Johnson and Wales University
      • Mercyhurst University

    Typical Weekend Schedule

    Friday Registration:

    • 12:00PM – 2:00PM Check In (please note some locations allows attendees to stay on campus, while others require attendees to stay in a hotel off campus)
    • 2:30PM – 3.00PM Introduction Meet & Greet Question and Answer Session
    • 3:30PM – 5.00PM First Practice Session Technical Field Session small sided activities
    • 5:30PM – 7:00PM Dinner
    • 7:15PM – 8:30PM 11v11 Competition Games. Theme Evaluation of a players technical & tactical soccer IQ
    • 9.30PM – 10.30PM College Lecture the College Recruiting Process – How coaches evaluate players at tournaments
    • 11.00pm Lights Out

    Saturday Sessions 

    • 7.00AM Wake up
    • 7.30AM – 8.30AM Breakfast 
    • 10:00AM – 11:30AM Finishing Striking Sessions from multiple areas
    • 11:30AM – NOON Competition Games 7v7 0r 9v9
    • NOON – 1.00 PM Lunch 
    • 2.00PM – 3.30 PM College Coach Session: Technical and Tactical Session in the Final 3rd
    • 3:30PM – 5.00PM College Coach Session” Transition from Defense to Attack
    • 5.30PM – 7:00PM Dinner
    • 7:15 PM – 8:30PM 11v11 Competition Games & Evaluations 
    • 9.30PM – 10.30PM College Lecture on Being a College Athlete 
    • 11.00pm Lights Out

    Sunday Sessions

      • 7.00AM Wake up 
      • 9:00AM – 10:30AM College Coaching Session Midfield Roles (Attacking/Holding)
      • 10:30AM – 10.45AM Break 
      • 10.45AM – NOON 11v11 Games Theme evaluations midfield roles in various formations 
      • NOON – 1.00 PM Lunch & Pack tidy dorm rooms
      • 2:00PM – 3.15PM 11v11 Competition Games Evaluations Defending front-mid-defense
      • 3:30PM Conclusion of Camp