The College ID camp will help players improve skills through elite training sessions
April 3, 2013
Boca Raton, FL - The Florida Atlantic University women’s soccer program and first-year Head Coach Patrick Baker will host their first camp of the season with a College ID camp for high school players on Saturday, May 4.
The camp, for women’s soccer players currently in the eighth through 12th grades, will help improve a player’s skills through elite training sessions seen at the highest collegiate levels. Baker will also lead an interactive classroom session about the collegiate recruiting process.
The cost is $125 per player and includes lunch. Participants are required to bring a ball, shin guards and cleats.
Camp registration is available here.
Baker formerly was the head coach at Florida State University, University of Georgia and University of Pennsylvania, and served as associate head coach at the University of California-Berkeley before coming to FAU. He is the only women's soccer coach in NCAA history to take a team to the Division I, II and III postseason tournaments. He was named the 2003 National Coach of the Year by Soccer America, amassed an 80-46-11 record, and had one team advance to the NCAA Division I Final Four. His teams had 18 wins over ranked opponents, including six victories over top 10 teams.
For more information regarding FAU’s College ID camp, contact Coach Baker at 561-702-0837.