BUCKHANNON -- The West Virginia Wesleyan women's soccer team has scheduled their winter camp annually with WVWC's Prospective Athlete Day so the student athlete can get a good viewpoint academically and athletically as to what it means to be a student athlete at Wesleyan.
The camp will allow the perspective athlete to showcase their skills and it will also give the athlete a taste of what college soccer is all about on one of the most beautiful private college campuses in the country.
Perspective athletes will train using many of the same methods and facilities that the Lady Bobcat soccer team uses. They will have the opportunity to interact with current players and get the chance to ask them about their experiences.
Wesleyan will host a few ID camps over the course of each year, in order to help players test themselves and learn about how to be discovered by colleges, and how to pick the best college for each individual.
The majority of the current Lady Bobcat roster has come through ID Camps orchestrated by head coach Patrick Holguin and his staff.
Per NCAA recruiting rules, the ID Camp will be open to any and all entrants, limited only by age (high school aged through junior college, gender or enrollment cap).
Where: West Virginia Wesleyan College
When: January 28, 2017
What: Women's College ID Camp
Cost: $75/camper (cash or check at check in - Checks made out to "Lady Bobcat Soccer")
9 a.m. - Bobcat Prospect Day
11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Registration/Check-in for ID Camp
Noon - Lunch
1:00 p.m. - College Prep Seminar (Finding your fit to play in college, players' viewpoints, coaches' view points)
1:45 p.m. - Strength and Conditioning Preview
2:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. - Field Sessions, positional play, small group, games.
** Due to the uncertainty of weather during this time of year, please be prepared to play outside, possibly in cooler weather, or indoors.