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Elite ID Camp Session Details Elite ID Camp, August 3 -5, for boys entering 9 th-12 th grades • Registration on Saturday, August 3, from 10 AM- 12 PM at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • First field session Saturday afternoon • Last field session Monday morning • Closing program Monday at 11: 30 a. m. • Fee: $525 for Resident; $450 for Commuter • Register as either field player or goalkeeper Typical Daily Schedule 7: 45 9: 00 -11: 30 12: 00 12: 30 -2: 00 2: 15 -4: 00 5: 00 6: 30 -8: 30 8: 45 -9: 30 -10: 15 10: 30 11: 00 Breakfast Training Session I Lunch Break 11 v 11 Games Dinner 11 v 11 Games Camp Meeting Free time *Pizza/Camp Store Must be in Own Room Lights Out For more information or questions, please contact: Assistant Coach Mark Risbridger Phone: (410) 293 - 5542 Email: [email protected] edu Or visit www. Navy. Sports. com 2019 NAVY SOCCER ELITE ID CAMP __________ Elite ID Camp August 3 -5, 2019 9 th-12 th Grade Boys Sponsored by the NAAA Directed by: NAVAL ACADEMY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Annapolis, MD Tim O’Donohue Head Coach, Navy Men’s Soccer
Registration is available at www. Navy. Sports. com • Follow “Camps” tab to “Soccer-Boys” • Mail in registration will not be accepted About the Camp Director Tim O’Donohue Navy Men’s Soccer Head Coach Additional Information • $35 discount for each additional sibling. About the Camp The Navy Men's Soccer Elite ID Camp is designed to expose serious soccer players to college coaches while at the same time, helping to develop their game. At our state-of-the-art facility inside the gates of the Naval Academy, campers will be provided with an opportunity to enhance their fundamental technical skills and develop their tactical knowledge while working with high level college coaches across all three NCAA divisions. We incorporate intentional leadership, with good sportsmanship and a positive mental approach as a staple of Navy tradition. • We work very hard and expect to be able to honor all roommate requests. We do reserve the right to group players on the field in a way that works best for each player and the camp as a whole. • Online registration must be paid in full at the time of application. • Refunds for cancellations are available, minus a $50 processing fee, up to seven (7) days before the start of camp. Cancellations in the last seven (7) days before camp are not subject to refund. Tim O'Donohue enters his fourth season as the head men's soccer coach at Navy in 2019. O'Donohue is the sixth head coach in the 97 -year history of the Navy men's soccer program. O’Donohue enters the 2017 season ranked as the ninth-most winningest coach in NCAA history across all divisions with an. 808 winning percentage (170 -30 -27). Prior to arriving at Navy, O'Donohue spent five seasons (2011 -2015) as the associate head coach at the University of Connecticut and 10 seasons (2001 -10) as the head coach at Division III Stevens Institute of Technology.
Commuter Option Campers can choose to sleep at home instead of on campus. The commuter day is 9 a. m. to 8: 30 p. m. During those hours, commuters do everything that resident campers do on the same schedule. Dining All meals will be served in the Midshipmen dining hall. Resident campers are served breakfast, lunch and dinner. Commuters eat lunch and dinner at the Academy. Housing Overnight campers will be housed in Bancroft Hall, the dorm complex at USNA. Each room has its own sink and shower and is air-conditioned. We will do everything possible to honor roommate requests. Rooms are for two, three or four persons.