Residential Camp will now be two, one-day opportunities (July 13 & 14).
The ALL GIRLS Skills & Technical camp is designed to help prepare young players to take the next step in their soccer journey. This experience is led by the Hope College Women’s Coaching Staff as well as current collegiate players and alumnae. This all female environment is meant to prepare the player for the upcoming High School or Club experience.
Prospect Camp will now be a one-day event on July 18.
The Prospect Camp is used as Hope’s main recruiting tool. Numerous players on the current roster were identified and recruited based on their performance at prospect camp. This one-day camp that will allow you to take part in training sessions run by the Hope College Women’s Staff. It will also allow you to gain a greater understanding of the culture of Hope College Women’s soccer to make sure Hope College & Hope Women’s Soccer are the right fit for you.
For more information, please email Hope Women's Coach Leigh Sears at email@example.com.
The Hope Women’s Soccer Camp has been providing elite soccer camps to players from all over the Midwest region. They are structured to meet the needs of each individual player, while providing a fun, safe atmosphere to encourage positive development as both a player and a person. This all female environment allows players to focus solely on soccer and learn from those who have already been through our program. The Hope Soccer Camp will surround you with student-athletes committed to championship athletics.
Campers are trained using the same winning techniques found at Hope in practices everyday, which have been developed from years of coaching and leadership experience.
Hope Women’s Soccer has been highly successful, winning 3 out of the last 4 conference championships while also making NCAA appearances, reaching the Sweet 16 in 2018.
In the last eighteen years, Hope’s unique culture has produced winning seasons in fourteen of those with six MIAA Championships and NCAA berths. Hope also engages in a challenging non-conference schedule competing against some of the best in Division III.
Hope College Women’s Soccer has also won the MIAA Commissioner’s Cup for a league-leading 36 times.