Claremont Colleges Women's Soccer Camps and Clinics

  

  **The Feb. 24 Clinic is currently full**

**To be added to the waitlist please contact Jennifer Clark at [email protected]**

 


CLAREMONT COLLEGES 1-DAY SOCCER CLINICS

Jointly hosted by Pomona-Pitzer and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps

Open to all high school players (2018 – 2021 high school grads) interested in playing soccer at the college level.  You will experience what it takes to play competitive Division III college soccer at an academically rigorous school.

 Information and registration for our winter and spring sessions 

SATURDAY, FEB 24th, 2018

THIS SESSION IS FULL, WAITLIST ONLY

For clinic information and waiver forms, click here

To be added to the waitlist, contact Jen Clark

[email protected]

 

SUNDAY, APRIL 22nd, 2018

Register early, the clinic will fill up! 

For clinic information and waiver forms, click here

 Questions about the clinic? Contact Jen Clark

[email protected]
More Information

Time: 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Cost: $90/session (includes t-shirt and lunch; no overnight housing)

Open to all high school players interested in playing soccer at the college level.

For more information and registration materials, Click here

For questions about the clinic, please contact Jennifer Clark [email protected]

Click here for the release form for participation in the clinic.  Download after your registration has been confirmed and bring with you to the clinic.

 


Information Sessions: Division III College Soccer and the Claremont Colleges

Saturday, February 24th, 2018 and Sunday, April 22nd, 2018

Open to any high school student and their families

TIME: 3:15 pm – 5:00 pm                  COST: Free

We are hosting information sessions about college soccer and the Claremont Colleges, free and open to the public. The information sessions will cover recruiting, the admissions process at highly selective schools, and general how-to tips for your college search.  We will also provide information about the Claremont Colleges and our two varsity athletic programs.   The goal is to help prospective students understand everything it takes to play Division III college soccer at an academically rigorous school and the pathway to get there.