WASHINGTON, D.C. - On Monday, Catholic University head men's soccer coach Travis Beauchamp announced that his team will be holding an open training session on Wednesday, July 31 at Carlini Field followed by an ID Clinic for high school student-athletes looking to play at the college level.
The focus of the event will be on technical and tactical skills as they relate to the college game. Attendees will have the opportunity to showcase their talents in a competitive college environment, while also allowing them to visit the campus and get a feel for the Catholic University team.
"The clinic is designed for the student-athlete in grades 9-12 who is interested in attending our University," said Beauchamp. "However, attendees will also get a unique opportunity to watch one of our practices before we head to England for our international trip."
Student-athletes will be able to play in a college environment and experience college exercises and instruction while interacting with the team's current players and coaching staff. Over the last few years, these clinics have been very important in getting to know perspective student-athletes, many of whom are now current players on the Catholic men's soccer team.
In order maximize player exposure, 35 slots will be available for this date on a first-come, first-serve basis. The cost to register $135. Check in will begin at 3:30 p.m., and the session will run from 4-8 p.m.
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