From Our Editors
At USC - Women's Soccer Camps, athletes get a taste of what it would be like to play college soccer at the University of Southern California. Some campers—those in the ID Camp program—run through the same drills the USC soccer staff uses for their team. Those in the overnight ID Camp program even stay in the dorms and take their meals in the dining hall. The majority of the academy's camps and clinics take place at McAlister Field, home of the women's soccer team.
In addition to learning from USC coaches, young athletes get to interact with players from the current women's team, who assist the coaches during training sessions. Goalkeepers have their own goalie-specific coaching and train separately before joining the others for matches. Camps are open to any and all entrants limited only by age/grade, gender, and number of participants.