Senior ID


Residential (stay in dorms) and Non-Residential (commuter) options.



Entering Grades 9-12 (for 2017 Fall school year)



Residential/Overnight $330 before April 1, $350 after April 1

Non-Residential/Commuter $250 before March 15, $270 after April 1



The Senior ID Camp provides the ambitious and competitive high school age/club player an opportunity to accelerate his/her game through an intensive program. Led by the NCAA Division I Davidson College coaches and other invited college coaches, the camper will receive excellent instruction from a staff who knows what it takes to play at the collegiate and pro level. Plus current Davidson players are counselors with the campers on the field and in the dorms to be positive influences and inspiring mentors. Special focus will be on elevating the campers’ awareness of the tactical, mental, and physical components.


Club and High School Teams

Club and high school teams may attend the camp together and the program can be arranged to meet the individual’s and group needs — including training and competing as a team. There is a $25 discount per player for groups of eight or more if all of the players register accurately with the same team name. Contact Director Matt Spear for details.



* Each camper receives an Under Armour camp shirt.

* Each camper will receive a written evaluation at the conclusion of the camp with the opportunity to review it with their coach.

* Discussion and panel of college coaches/players on reaching the college level, including recruiting, soccer, mental and physical preparation, tips and insights.

* Meals provided in the air conditioned Vail Commons dining facility.

* Lodging in air-conditioned college dormitories.


First Day

Campers arrive between 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. to settle their account (balance due and camp bank option), provide completed medical card (unless camp already has it) and move into their rooms. An introductory meeting will be at 1:30 p.m., followed by the first field session.


Final Day

Final matches begin at 9:30 am. Parents are invited (to all sessions). Closing ceremony at 11:15. Campers depart thereafter.


What to Bring

Each camper should bring a soccer ball, sun screen, a water bottle, tennis shoes, shin guards, soccer cleats, and enough clean shorts, socks, and shirts for the entire camp.

Overnight Campers will also need off-field wear, a pillow, sheets, a clock, a watch or phone, a blanket and towels. Due to carpet damage in recent camps, no sodas or dark colored sports drinks are allowed. Only water or clear-colored liquids are allowed in the dormitories.


Non-Residential Campers

Non-residents will register on the first day of camp between 1:00 - 1:30 p.m., and will stay until 8:30 p.m. when they will be picked up by their parents. On the second day of camp, the campers will arrive at 8:45 a.m., and depart at 8:30 p.m. On the last day, the campers will again arrive at 8:45 a.m., and depart at 11:30 a.m.


“Many thanks to you, your coaches, and players.  My son attended your camp for the second year in a row and had a great time.  He is always impressed with the coaches and the team. As a parent I appreciate your emphasis on academics and responsibility to team members.”


More Testimonials

2017 Camp Dates

June 12 - 16: Boys and Girls Half Day & Full Day Camp

June 17 - 20: Boys Junior Advanced Camp

July 21 - 23: Boys Senior ID Camp

July 28 - 29: Boys Junior Elite Camp 




  • $10 off for each sibling. $20 discounts to be applied to second siblings that registers
  • $10 off for registering before April 1 for Half Day/Full Day Camp or Junior Elite Camp
  • $15 off for each camper that registers as a group/team of eight or more to Half Day or Full Day Camp
  • $20 off for registering before April 1 for Junior Advanced and Senior ID Camps
  • $25 off for each camper that registers as a group/team of eight or more to Junior Advanced or Senior ID Camp




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