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College ID Camp

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THE JANUARY 2015 COLLEGE ID CAMP

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The Concorde Fire College ID Camp is entering into its sixth year in 2014.  It gained widespread acclaim for the ideal college-prep experience, designed to introduce and expose players to college coaches.  This year, the College ID Camp will look to bring in 12 teams to be seen by over 20 college coaches for each gender.  Each team will be provided multiple sessions trained by our staff made up of college coaches, while also having a few games to showcase their talents on the big field.  This camp is split into to gender specific weekends with the Girls up first on January 11-12 and the Boys on January 25-26.  Our unique format allows players to see how these college coaches conduct training sessions, while providing the coaches an opportunity to see the training habits of the players in their more natural environment.
 

 

WHO:          U15, U16 and U17 Boys and Girls Teams - Open to all players based on availibility on teams participating in camp
WHERE:      All sessions and games are held at the beautiful, Georgia Soccer Park in East Point, GA
WHEN:        Girls: Jan. 11-12, 2014 
                   Boys: Jan. 25-26, 2014
COST:          $195 per player (minimum 16 players per team; max 20)
INCLUDES:  Each player will receive a camp shirt with a number for identifying the players to college coaches in training



Questions about the College ID CAMP
Please contact:

GREGG BLASINGAME (404) 312-1718

BRIAN MOORE (770) 815-7617

2014 COLLEGE COACHES - Men's 

Indiana University
UNC-Chapel Hill
NC State
Wake Forest 
Elon University
UNC-G
UAB
Appalachian State University
West Point
University of Portland
Clemson University
University of Kentucky
University of Cincinnati
College of Charleston
Loyola Marymount University
George Washington University
Georgia Southern
Georgia State
Southern Polytechnic University
Oglethorpe University

 

2013 COLLEGE COACHES 
Men’s:
1 Indiana Univ. (NCAA Division 1 National Champion, 2012)
2 UNC
3 NC State Univ.
4 Univ. of Virginia
5 Harvard Univ.
6 Stanford Univ.
7 Clemson Univ.
8 Rutgers Univ.
9 UCF
10 Univ. of Kentucky
11 Univ. of Portland
12 GA Southern Univ.
13 GA State Univ.
14 UNC-Greensboro
15 Dartmouth Univ.
16 FIU
17 Wake Forest Univ.
18 Santa Clara Univ.
19 Univ. of South Carolina
20 Elon Univ.
21 George Washington Univ.
22 Univ. of Cincinnati
23 VCU
24 Northwestern Univ.
25 Yale Univ.
Women’s:
1 Univ. of Alabama
2 Univ. of Georgia
3 Univ. of Virginia
4 SMU
5 FSU
6 Wake Forest Univ.
7 Auburn Univ.
8 Univ. of Ole Miss
9 Univ. of Missouri
10 Sanford Univ.
11 GA State Univ.
12 Mercer Univ.
13 UNC-Greensboro
14 Furman Univ.
15 Armstrong Atlantic Univ.
16 Univ. of Arkansas
17 Tampa Univ.
18 Univ. of South Carolina
19 Miss. St Univ.
20 UCF
21 Appalachian St Univ.
22 Jacksonville Univ.
23 GA Southern Univ.
24 Columbus St Univ.
25

Kennesaw St Univ.

 

2012 COLLEGE COACHES 

Men’s:
1 Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (NCAA Division I National Champions, 2011)
2 Stanford Univ.
3 Indiana Univ.
4 George Washington Univ.
5 Univ. of Kentucky
6 Wake Forest Univ.
7 Santa Clara Univ.
8 Northwestern Univ.
9 Rutgers Univ.
10 Univ. of Denver
11 Clemson Univ.
12 Univ. of Central FL (UCF)
13 Univ. of Cincinnati
14 Elon Univ.
15 Univ. of Portland
16 Georgia Southern Univ.
17 Georgia State Univ.
18 Clayton State Univ.
19 Virginia Commonwealth Univ. (VCU)
Women’s:
1 Louisiana St. Univ. (LSU)
2 Duke Univ.
3 Ole Miss Univ.
4 Univ. of Georgia (UGA)
5 Univ. of Missouri
6 Coastal Carolina
7 Columbus St. Univ.
8 Univ. of Miami
9 Univ. of Central FL (UCF)
10 Florida St. Univ. (FSU)
11 Kennesaw St. Univ.
12 Univ. of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB)
13 Univ. of South Carolina
14 Carnegie Mellon Univ.
15 Jacksonville St. Univ.
16 Samford Univ.
17 Oglethorpe Univ.

 

2011 COLLEGE COACHES 

Men’s:
1 Johns Hopkins Univ.
2 Univ. of Portland
3 Rutgers University
4 Univ. of Virginia
5 East Tenn. St. Univ.
6 Dartmouth University
7 Virginia Commonwealth
8 Michigan University
9 UNC-Pembroke
10 Harvard University
11 East Tenn. St. Univ.
12 Furman University
13 Wake Forest University
14 Clemson University
15 St. Louis University
16 Univ. of Wisconsin
17 Univ. of Central FL (UCF)
18 Indiana University
Women’s:
1 Louisiana St. University (LSU)
2 University of Georgia (UGA)
3 University of Missouri
4 Coastal Carolina
5 Columbus St. University
6 University of Miami
7 University of Central FL (UCF)
8 Florida St. University (FSU)
9 Kennesaw St. University
10 University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB)
11 University of South Carolina
12 Carnegie Mellon University
13 Jacksonville St. University
14 University of Miami
15 Oglethorpe University