Join the NC State Women’s Soccer program for an exclusive college identification process geared toward giving the highest-level players, eager to challenge themselves in a true Atlantic Coast Conference training environment, an opportunity to showcase their talents.
Open to only the first 30 applicants, our ID Camps will offer small group training, allowing our staff to thoroughly evaluate each candidate and provide them with the same informative, competitive training environment that is enjoyed by our NC State players. Our competitive training environment, coupled with the unique opportunity in the country’s best conference under a Top 25 ACC staff, makes the ID experience at NC State something that top players should experience.
|30 ID Camp DETAILS|
Summer 30 ID Camp: July 17-18 - REGISTRATION FULL (WAITLIST IS OPEN)
|AGE||Females with graduation years of 2025, 2026, 2027|
|COST||$275 (+ an additional online convenience fee)|
|LOCATION||Wolfpack Training Center|
|CONTACT FOR DETAILSemail@example.com (Tim Santoro, Head Coach)|
WHAT IS THE NC STATE PROGRAM NOW?
In 2022, NC State finished #26 (out of 348 teams) in the final RPI. The program competed in its 6th consecutive fall in the NCAA Tournament and played nine teams in the final RPI top 25, earning four results against those teams. NC State was one of nine teams from the ACC, the top rated conference in RPI, in the top 50 of the final RPI.
WHY ATTEND THE 30 ID CAMP?
Simple, it’s the best and only way for a recruit to experience NC State, a Top 25 ACC program. NC State changed direction in 2013 with a new head coach, Tim Santoro, and has quickly vaulted to the elite of NCAA Division I soccer. In four consecutive seasons from 2016-2019, NC State has been Top 25, made at the NCAA Tournament Second Round every year, with 3 of 4 years being NCAA Sweet 16 appearances. It’s a great opportunity to showcase yourself at an elite ACC school and in the young, vibrant city of Raleigh, NC.
HOW DOES NC STATE ID CAMP AFFECT RECRUITING?
Players come from the ID Camp. The 2024, 2025, 2026, and 2027 classes are more of the key pieces in maintaining NC State as a premier ACC program.
Acceptance notices will begin going out upon receipt and continue on a rolling basis until full. Applications will be accepted until space runs out. Any accepted camper travelling by air is advised to not book flight plans, if needed, until 3 weeks prior to ensure the minimum number is attained for this unique camp session. All camps, a subsidiary of Wolfpack Soccer Series, LLC, is neither owned, operated or sponsored by NC State University and is open to any and all entrants in accordance with the specified age, gender and size for the appropriate camp.
Wolfpack Training Center (WTC) is one of the finest soccer training facilities in, not just the ACC, but in all NCAA Division I. WTC features a grass field, a turf field, lights, 50-foot netting behind the goals and enclosed fencing with Wolfpack windscreen. The natural grass field is a replica of the Pack's gameday field, the Dail Soccer Stadium. It is 120x75 yards, a USGA sandbased field with hybrid Bermuda grass and a tile drainage system. The synthetic surface is 100x68 yards with FIFA certified infill system that is the first synthetic field on NC State's campus. There is also a 25,000 sq ft warm up/training area off that field as you enter the complex for the teams, an electronic gate so players can have access to train individually anytime, a storage area with equipment for them to use and top-of-the-line Kwik Goal goals and training equipment. The complex is located just across the street from both newly renovated Dail Soccer Stadium, with full Matrix board, upgraded press box, chair back seating, locker room building, new student bleachers behind both goals and international boards surrounding the field. In addition, the Women’s Soccer is supported by outstanding athletic support areas (Strength & Conditioning, Sports Medicine) and dining at the athletic training table in the Case Academic Center for Student-Athletes on the Central Campus. Also, the WeisigerBrown Athletic building, home of the new Women’s Soccer offices, has an auditorium for video analysis.