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Join us this fall for a unique camping experience that will provide opportunities for athletes to hone their technical and tactical skills, while intentionally developing their ability to lead. 


Any female soccer player grades 9-12


November 10-11


Huntington University’s Campus


This ID camp is an excellent opportunity for players interested in continuing their career at the collegiate level. During the weekend athletes will spend time with admissions, touring the campus, meeting professors and learning about the recruiting process. Not only that, but a Q&A with coaches and players will allow recruits to learn about the HU women’s program in specific and being a student athlete in general. Players will be hosted in the dorms by existing HUWS athletes, giving them a taste for life as a college student. Our camp will conclude with a training session in our fieldhouse in order for our coaching staff to watch recruits in action, while giving them a chance to experience our style of play and instruction.


Please make checks payable to Huntington University and write "HUWS Camp" on the memo line

If you have questions, contact Amanda Burge at

What to Bring: 

Pillow, sleeping bag/and or blankets, indoor shoes, cleats, and attire for scrimmage

Friday, November 10 —
We ask that you eat dinner before coming- but we will have snacks afterwards and breakfast/lunch will be provided on Saturday. 

  • 6:30pm— Check-In and welcome with the Admissions Team
  • 7:00pm- Coach and Athlete Q&A Panel in the PLEX
  • 8:00pm— Team Time in Livingston Hall

Saturday, November 11 —

  • 8:30am– Continental Breakfast
  • 9:00am – Campus Tours
  • 10:15am – HU Community Fair (Various Departments and Organizations)
  • 11:00am – Financial Aid and Wrap-up with the Admissions Team
  • 11:30pm- Lunch in the Dining Commons
  • 12:30pm – Training Session (Indoor) 
  • 3:00pm – Head home

Parents, please join us for Saturday, starting at 8:30 a.m. through the small-sided tournaments! 

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