Overview- July 19-21, 2019
The Case Western Reserve Men’s Soccer program strives to be one of the premier programs nationally to combine academics and soccer. The CWRU Soccer Academy is a camp designed to expose high school-aged players to the CWRU men’s soccer environment. You will be instructed by Head Coach Brandon Bianco in the training session and competitive game environment. Every player will receive an evaluation directly from the Case Western Reserve staff following camp. Enrollment is limited to ensure maximum exposure and player development.
Date and Check-In/Check-Out
Camp will kick-off on Friday, July 19th and wrap up on Sunday, July 21st. Check-in on the 19th will be from 3-4pm with check-out at noon following our last training session on the 21st.
Who Can Attend Camp?
All high school-aged campers grades 9-12 are eligible to attend camp. We look forward to working with those players who have a strong desire to play at the collegiate level and have an interest in Case Western Reserve University.
To ensure maximum expose for interested in goalkeepers and for camp organization and management, we will cap the number of goalkeepers eligible to attend camp at 12. Once all goalkeeper spots are filled we will put interested goalkeepers on our waitlist.
Airport Shuttle Service
There will be a shuttle service to and from campus for those who will be flying into Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. If you are planning to fly to camp please work directly with Head Coach Brandon Bianco to make arrangements.
College Recruitment Information
Campers who attend the CWRU Soccer Academy will gain information about the recruitment process from Head Coach Brandon Bianco. An optional tour of campus for those interested will take place at 2pm on July 19th before check-in.
A certified athletic trainer will be on-site at all training sessions and games. A fully-equipped training room is also located adjacent to DiSanto Field for those campers who may need pre or post-session treatment.
Di Santo Field
DiSanto Field is home to the Spartan Men’s Soccer Team. The setting in which DiSanto Field was built is arguably one of the best in the University Athletic Association (UAA) and all of NCAA Division III athletics. The 2,400-seat, state-of-the-art facility and surrounding residence hall complex opened in August of 2005 and has been the site of numerous NCAA championships. The stadium boasts many distinguishing features, such as spacious locker rooms, updated press box and a field-turf surface (replaced in summer 2017). The entire complex was built at a total cost of $126 million.
To ensure our small teaching groups, camp enrollment will be limited and applications are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. The cost of camp includes lodging (residential camper), all meals, a camp t-shirt and instruction.
Residential Camper $415
Refund Policy: A full refund, minus a $50 administrative fee, will be issued for any cancellation received at least one week prior to the start of camp.