COVID-19 Information: Brown University is closely monitoring and responding to the COVID-19 situation locally, nationally and around the world. At this time, we are planning for Brown Summer Sports Camps to run as scheduled. We will communicate with campers and their families should that status change. In the meantime, we encourage you to visit the Sports Camps COVID-19 web page for additional information.

Women's Soccer VIP College Prep Camp

  • Camp Type: Residential camp (ages 14-18) with commuter option
  • Coach: Kia McNeill, Matt Mones, Raleigh DeRose & Andre Reis
  • Residential Fee: $1,250.00 and will increase to $1,500.00 on July 16, 2020
  • Commuter Fee: $800.00 and will increase to $850.00 on July 16, 2020
  • Dates: July 30 - August 2, 2020 (Thursday - Sunday)
  • Eligibility: Girls - Rising 8th - 12th graders

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This unique camp experience allows high school student-athletes the opportunity to learn about the athletic AND academic experience at a high academic institution. The camp is limited in size in an effort to give a more personal and interactive experience to each player. The camp will be multi-faceted, with sessions on the field, and in the classroom. From a soccer perspective it will include small-group training with the Brown coaching staff, video analysis, an introduction to strength and conditioning at the collegiate level, a nutrition talk, and individual meetings for goal-setting and post-camp feedback.

From an academic standpoint, the camp will include a college-talk panel with our current players, a 3-series classroom workshop that includes major/career exploration to help high school students navigate what they might want to study in college, and a prep class to help students answer questions about college recruitment and prepare for the college application process. Students will leave this interactive camp feeling knowledgeable about what to expect at the collegiate level both on and off the field.

Camp will include:
Video Analysis and Review of Competition
Goal-setting & Mental Preparation Training
Meet with Brown University Admissions Counselor
Ivy League Education Prep
NCAA Eligibility Process and Academic Standards
Recruiting Process and Rules Education
Classroom Series to help Student-Athletes start thinking about their College Major/Interest
Campus and Athletic Tour / Information Session

What to bring:
• Soccer clothes, cleats/turfs, sneakers, shin guards, water bottle & soccer ball (if possible)
• Casual clothes (to wear outside camp sessions)
• Blanket and sheets or sleeping bag
• Pillow
• Room fan

Daily Schedule (subject to change)
Day 1
12:00 pm • Check In
1:00 pm • Introduction to the VIP Experience
2:00 pm • Training Session (Technical Skill Instruction)
3:00 pm • Scrimmage
5:00 pm • Dinner
6:00 pm • Odyssey Self-Discovery Workshop 1
8:00 pm • Commuter Pick Up

Day 2
8:00 am • Breakfast
8:30 am • Commuter Drop Off (All days except check in day)
9:30 am • Training Session (Possession to Penetrate)
11:00 am • College Panel Discussion
12:00 pm • Lunch
2:00 pm • Video Analysis Session
4:00 pm • Soccer-Tennis Tournament
6:30 pm • Dinner & Odyssey Self-Discovery Workshop 2
8:00 pm • Commuter Pick Up

Day 3
8:00 am • Breakfast
8:30 am • Commuter Drop Off (All days except check in day)
9:00 am • Meet with Ivy League Admissions Counselor
10:30 am • Intro to Strength & Conditioning
12:00 pm • Lunch
2:00 pm • Meeting with Nutritionist
4:00 pm • Training Session (Defensive Principles)
6:30 pm • Dinner & Movie
8:00 pm • Commuter Pick Up

Day 4
8:00 am • Breakfast
8:30 am • Commuter Drop Off (All days except check in day)
9:00 am • 11 vs. 11 games
11:30 am • NCAA Rules & Navigating the Recruiting Process
12:30 pm • Closing remarks

Important Health Advisory

Due to recent outbreaks of measles, in consultation with Brown University’s Health Services and General Counsel’s Office, Pre-College Programs and Sports Camps are prohibiting any student or athlete from attending these programs if they have not completed the measles vaccinations.

This decision was made because of the structure of the summer programs: measles is a highly infectious disease that can incubate for two weeks before any symptoms appear. Given that many of our students and athletes are present on campus from anywhere from 1 day to 3 weeks, and then depart, the opportunities for this disease to be spread within and beyond our community is significant enough to warrant this kind of decision.


Brown University Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants that meet the listed age requirements for each camp.