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Dartmouth Soccer Academy gives college-soccer hopefuls the chance to show off their skills in front of collegiate coaches during its residential academy camp. Every year, coaches from some of the top soccer schools in the country head to Hanover to scout talent from 150 male players. At Dartmouth College alone, 15 out of the 23 athletes on the soccer team attended the camp.
The intensive program, which requires campers to stay in Dartmouth's dorms, runs from 7:30 a.m. until 10:30 p.m. daily, and keeps everyone fueled with meals from Dartmouth College dining services. The camp is ideal for high school soccer players looking to play in college or just work on their game. In addition to these intensive residential camps, the academy hosts day camps for less series players and those younger than high-school age.