Looking to play goalkeeper at the collegiate level? As a former NCAA Division I player and Goalkeeper Coach at both the NCAA Division I and II levels, Brian Galvin know what it takes for you to get there. Our college ID camps, attended by many collegiate coaches in the area, provide an opportunity to showcase your skills to college coaches looking for goalkeepers.
Early exposure to college coaches (you can attend as early as your freshman year of high school) is the key to being heavily recruited and earning scholarship offers. Attending our College ID Goalkeeper Camps early in your high school career will get your name and talents out there so that college coaches can keep an eye on you throughout your upcoming seasons. All keepers will also receive a written evaluation from our staff, detailing strengths and weaknesses and outlining a path to improvement. This evaluation can be shared with college coaches as well to give them an idea of what skills you could bring to their program.
Our College ID camps also include a recruiting seminar for the keepers and their families with information about how the college soccer recruiting process works, how to create a highlight film for maximum exposure, and a Q&A session to make sure you have all of the information you need going forward.