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Posted on January 10, 2009


Tony da Luz Soccer Camp… much more than just training …

College Opportunities for Student Athletes magazine, since 1991, written with several hundred college coaches, specifically to help subscribers get to college and on the team … often with full scholarships.

Summer camps are, in our opinion, the best way to get to know the college coach you may some day play for. Coaches use camps to train and evaluate future members of their teams. Summer camps provide an ideal environment for both student athlete and coach to thoroughly prepare and improve the quality of the recruiting decision.

For these important reasons we publish our book, The Best Soccer Camps and dedicate the Spring Edition of our magazine, College Opportunities for Student Athletes to detailed reviews of only 100 summer camp operators, nationwide.

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Tony da Luz Soccer Camp… much more than just training …

Wake Forest … very serious
about soccer and academics …

The Wake Forest Women’s Soccer Program made the jump from club status to NCAA Division I and the ultra-competitive ACC in 1994 and after 3 short seasons, the Demon Deacons received their 1st NCAA Tournament bid in 1996 and have never looked back. The Demon Deacons have an impressive string of 12 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances!

Wake Forest made a serious commitment to both soccer programs by building the W. Dennie Spry Soccer Complex in 1997. It features a 3000 seat match Stadium and two fully lighted practice fields. The complex features locker rooms and an immaculate natural grass surface. Spry Soccer Complex is a premier soccer facility.

Wake Forest University is best described as a small school with a commitment to community and academic excellence. Undergraduate enrollment is under 4000 students so with an 18:1 student/teacher ratio, Wake Forest offers a personal educational experience. Wake Forest is consistently ranked U.S. News and World Reports National Top 30 for academics.

The 2008 Demon Deacons are coming off their second consecutive 2nd place ACC League finish and are closing in on an ACC Championship! Several current and former Wake Forest campers have helped in building our success!
Register online today while space is still available!

Information and registration:

Summer Camps: Much More Than Training

Every camp here has been selected in our Best Soccer Camps book. The current edition of our Best Soccer Camps book contains only 100 selected camps from the more than 500 summer soccer camps.

Is this approach working? When have you seen so many camp ads and articles, anywhere, ever? Think about this. We talk to more serious soccer families and more truly dedicated college coaches, in one year, than anyone. And we help readers find the good camps that can affect their college futures, and their lives.

Now, consider what serious players do for top camps. Competitive players make the camp a success, elevate the level of play, and challenge other players. They stimulate the coaching staff. Everyone learns more and has more fun. And sometimes, a player catches the eye of a coach because, “Those campers were working so hard they looked like college players.” … the rest … perhaps, is history!

Readers refer to our Student Athlete magazine as the “Consumer Reports” of College-Bound sports. We are proud to have earned your respect. When we compile our Special Campers Issues we invite only camps recommended in our Best Camps book to advertise. We’ve done our homework. All of these camps are good!

As parents of serious student athletes, we know how expensive, yet important, good camp selection is. Add the camp’s cost, airfare, new clothes, new equipment, spending money, telephone, ground transportation and family gifts … a residential camp’s cost can total $1000!

What are the alternatives, once you’ve learned how to how play, for getting noticed by the college coaches?

The three most important things to do, to increase your chances of playing sports in college are:

1. Participate in the ODP
2. Win state cup with your club team
3. Attend camp at the college where you hope to play

Camp selection is the only event YOU can control. By the end of the camp, both you and the coach will know if his college is in your future. If the news is not good, ask him to recommend colleges where you can play, and to use him as a reference.


Bob Collins, Editor
Student Athlete Scholarships Foundation
(561) 498-1546
GOOGLE: “student athlete magazine”


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