2019 Women's Soccer Camp

Women's Soccer Four-day residential camp for elite soccer student-athletes who will be high school sophomores, juniors or seniors in the 2018-19 academic year.


Fees: Resident: TBA; Commuter: TBA
Contact: Jim Conlon and staff, (314) 935-4706
Register: If interested in registering for camp, please e-mail Coach Conlon at jimconlon@wustl.edu.


Each player will receive personalized coaching and evaluation by current collegiate coaches and players. The camp will include technical, strength and tactical sessions with small- and big-sided game play and specialized goalkeeper training. Campers should expect thousands of ball touches daily

• experience campus living and dining
• meet with an admissions representative, who highlights the extensive opportunities at WashU
• participate in a round table discussion with WUSTL student-athletes
• interact with the WashU coaching staff and players during camp sessions
• meet other campers also considering WashU (66% of the 2017 roster are former campers)


Tuition includes a double room, meals, towels, linens, pillow, blanket and transportation to and from the airport. Full session fees, per player, are due at time of enrollment.

Registration and Payment
Resident: TBA; Commuter: TBA
Register: Link coming soon

Travel and Accommodations

Transportation shuttles will be provided to and from the airport on Sunday and Wednesday. More information and specific directions will be provided with your enrollment confirmation.

Dorm Rooms
All campers will be housed in Washington University's modern dorms. If you have a roommate preference, include a note with your application with your desired roommate's name. Room assignments are made prior to the camp session and no changes will be made at check-in.

All meals will be served by WUSTL's award-winning university food service, Bon Appétit. A wide selection of entrees and other foods will be served in our on-campus dining facilities.

Check In and Departure
Camp registration begins on Sunday, July 15, between 11am-12:30 p.m. in the lobby of the camp residence hall (TBD). Details and confirmation will be sent to registered campers. Campers arriving late should report to Francis Field and call Jim Conlon (319) 230-4626.

Camp will be dismissed and campers out of the dorms by 10:30 a.m. on TBA.


The camp is held at WashU's Athletic Complex.

Daily Schedule

7:30 a.m. Breakfast
8:30 a.m. Technical/Tactical Training Session
11:30 a.m. Lunch
Afternoon Meetings, Mini Tournaments and Training Demonstrations
5:30 p.m. Dinner
  Evening League Play
9:30 p.m. Pizza and Dorm Social

Final Day

Spectators are welcome!

8 a.m. Technical/Tactical Session
9 a.m. Game Play
10:30 a.m. Dismissal and Departure

What to Wear and What to Bring

Please put your name and all your belongings

• soccer ball
• soccer cleats
• shin guards
• shorts
• shirts
• socks
• practice gear for muddy conditions
• casual clothes
• swim suit
• soap
• hat
• sunscreen
• change and cash for the snack machine and late night pizza
• flip-flops for the locker room
• indoor shoes 


Please ensure your child is covered under your medical insurance. The camp does not provide medical insurance for your child.

WashU Women's Soccer Quick Facts

• 2016 NCAA Division III National Champions
• NCAA Runner-Up – 2009, 2015
• NCAA Final Four – 1997, 2009, 2015, 2016, 2018
• 18 NCAA tournament appearances
• 13 UAA Conference Championships
• 26 All-Americans