2020 DATE ANNOUNCEMENT COMING SOON
REGISTRATION CLOSED - SOLD OUT 2019
Video from our 2018 Boys Elite ID Camp.
We are excited to announce that Ashley Phillips, Northeastern Women's Head Soccer Coach, will be Directing our first Elite ID Camp for GIrls in 2019.
NCAA Division I
Northeastern University - CAA
Ashley Phillips - Women's Head Coach
NCAA Division II
Stonehill College - NE10
Jamie Block - Women's Assistant Coach
NCAA Division III
Babson College - NEWMAC
Jessica DiPhillipo - Women's Assistant Coach
MIT - NEWMAC
Jeff Katz - Women's Associate Head Coach
Eastern University - MAC
AJ Stueck - Women's Head Coach
Wheaton College - NEWMAC
Katy Labella - Women's Assistant Coach
WPI - NEWMAC
Steph Riley-Schafer - Women's Head Coach
Lauren Berman - Women's Volunteer Assistant Coach
Ashley Phillips, was named the fourth head coach in Northeastern women's soccer history on March 2, 2016. Phillips previously served as an assistant coach at NU from 2010-15, before being promoted to associate head coach in 2015 and interim head coach in 2016.
Phillips is heavily involved in all aspects of the program, including recruiting, team training, scouting, conditioning and goalkeeper development.
Phillips played professionally for several teams, including the Boston Breakers from 2009-13. Phillips previously competed for the Boston Aztecs of the Women's Premier Soccer League (2009) and spent six years playing in the W-League for the Boston Renegades (2002-06) and the Atlanta Silverbacks (2008). During her spell with Atlanta, Phillips went undefeated as the team's starting keeper and recorded five shutouts in six games. Phillips has also competed for various U.S. national teams since she was 16.
Phillips started all four years as a goalkeeper at Clemson (2004-07) and holds the program record for most career saves with 326, including a single-season best 119 stops in 2006. The Peabody, Massachusetts, native was named third-team All-America in 2006 and was a three-time All-Southeast Region and three-time All-ACC selection (first team in 2007). She ended her career with a 1.09 goals against average and 22 shutouts and helped lead the Tigers to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship in 2006. She graduated from Clemson with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology in December 2008.
Phillips was also a high school soccer star at Milton Academy and on the club soccer circuit. She was the 2003 Gatorade Massachusetts High School Player of the Year and earned numerous All-America team honors.
MAP ID CAMP TESTIMONIAL
"The fields where easily the best I’ve ever played on, the games where high level as well as the coaching, it felt like just about every coach there looked at every player and made a comment about their play, it was very different to other ID camps I’ve been to, this one felt way more personal."
Description: The M.A.P. College Prospect Elite ID Camp is a college identification camp for all high school girls who will be enrolled as freshman, sophomores, juniors or seniors in the fall.
The camp will take place at the University of Rhode Island Complex, a beautiful grass facility. Field players and goalkeepers will work directly with Coaches from top Schools to experience the daily training environment of Collegiate Programs. All Coaches will see every player between training sessions and games.
The camp will consist of on field technical training, small sided and large sided games, as well as proper conditioning and injury prevention. Players will also be given an evening lecture regarding the recruiting process with both academic and athletic components.
Campus Bound will also provide a lecture to both players and families to help guide through the complex admissions, application and financial aid journey.
SPECIAL OFFER FROM CAMPUS BOUND
LET US KNOW WHAT SCHOOLS YOU ARE INTERESTED IN
Girls Incoming Grades - 9 -12 - Attendance limited based on Grade level.
$599 per player Residential
$499 per player Non - Residential
$50 Additional Group Discount Available 4+ player Registration
45 Upper College Road
Kingston, RI 02881
ATTENDING COACHES 2019
Each Player will receive a thorough evaluation from their college coach that notes their strengths, areas to improve and will suggest an appropriate collegiate Division level.
Further questions or inquiries can be sent to:
Women's Head Coach - Northeastern University
2013, 2014 & 2016 CAA Champions
CAMP DIRECTOR - Conrad Whyte
Men's Assistant Coach - Merrimack College