Soccer Boys June College ID Camp

Camp Type: 
Camp Classification: 
Soccer Boys
Soccer Boys June College ID Camp
Jun 14 2019 - Jun 16 2019
Registration Deadline: 
Jun 13 2018


 2019 College ID Camp: June 14-16

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Click here to register teams of 8 or more

2019 College ID Camp: July 9-11

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Click here to register teams of 8 or more for July 9-11

Goalkeeper Academy

This camp is intended for players aged 14-21 who want to play at the collegiate level. Training sessions and games will be challenging and equip each camper with the information and tools needed to advance to the next level. The ASU staff and several other area college coaches (TBA) will be on hand to evaluate players.  Each camp will have a goalkeeper specific training element where the keepers will work with our goalkeeper coach, Dan Louisignau. Off the field, emphasis will be placed  on informing the players about the college recruiting process and what it takes to reach the next level.


Individual Camper Rates

(Ages 14-21) 

Resident Campers Registering Before/On May 1 
Resident Campers Registering After May 1 

Day Campers Registering Before/On May 1 
Day Campers Registering After May 1 

*Players of App State Employees are eligible for a $25 discount.

*Siblings are eligible for a $25 discount for the second child. 

*Check in for these camps is from 12:00-1:00 pm. If flying into Charlotte airport, please schedule your arrival for prior to 10:30 am on June 15/July 10 and departure after 4:00 pm on June 17/July 12. If your arrival/departure times do not work with these times, please contact Brad Franks at to make alternate arrangements.

Tentative Schedule

Friday, June 14

12.00pm – 1.00pm: Check-in (Coltrane)

1.30pm: Camp Meeting (Outside of Coltrane)

2.30pm - 4.00pm: Field session – Possession & Combinations (Ted Mack)

4.30pm: Dinner (App State Dining Hall)

7.00pm-9.00pm: 11v11/8v8 Games (Ted Mack)

9.30pm: Gold Cup Pizza Watch Party

10.30pm: In rooms/lights out

Saturday, June 15

7.00am - 8.15am: Breakfast (Coltrane Hall Lobby)

9.00am - 11.00am: Field session - Transition (Ted Mack)

11.30am: Lunch (Coltrane Hall Lobby)

2.30pm - 4.00pm: 4v4 Tournament (Sofield Indoor Facility)

4.30pm: Dinner (App State Dining Hall)

7.00pm-9.00pm: 11v11/8v8 Games (Ted Mack)

9.30pm: Gold Cup Pizza Watch Party

10.30pm: In rooms/lights out

Sunday, June 16th

7.00am - 8.15am: Breakfast (Coltrane Hall Lobby)

9.00am -10.30am: 11v11 Games (Ted Mack)

11.00am – 12.00pm: Check-out (Coltrane Hall Dorm)


Head Coach O'KeefeHead Coach Jason O'Keefe: O’Keefe’s 16 years of coaching experience includes stints with some of the nation’s most successful men’s soccer programs, including North Carolina, Saint Louis and Wake Forest.
O’Keefe spent the past two seasons (2014-15) at North Carolina, where he helped the Tar Heels to a pair of top-10 finishes (No. 5 and No. 9 in the final National Soccer Coaches Association of America polls in 2014 and 2015, respectively). UNC earned NCAA Tournament berths both seasons that O’Keefe was on the Heels’ coaching staff and fell just one win short of advancing to the 2014 College Cup, falling to No. 2 seed UCLA on penalty kicks in the national quarterfinals. He holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “A” license and a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) advanced national diploma.

Assistant Coach Dan Louisignau: Louisignau comes to Appalachian State after four seasons as an assistant coach at UMBC, helping lead them to the America East regular season title in 2013 and 2014 and league tournament championships in three straight years. In 2014, the team made it to the College Cup for the first time in program history. The coaching staff at UMBC earned America East Coaching Staff of the Year honors, while their head coach, Pete Caringi, won NSCAA and Soccer America Coach of the Year Honors. Working primarily with goalkeepers and defenders, Louisignau also worked in recruiting and evaluating academically and athletically qualified student-athletes, as well as working with the alumni base.

Brad FranksAssistant Coach Brad Franks  Brad Franks joins App Stat after four seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Elon University.Franks rejoined the Phoenix after spending a year as an assistant coach at High Point University during the 2013 season. He was also a volunteer assistant for the Panthers for two seasons from 2011-12. Franks also worked at Wake Forest as a volunteer assistant during the 2013 spring campaign.Franks aided the Phoenix to 14 overall victories in 2015 along with a share of the Colonial Athletic Association regular title while also seeing the maroon and gold achieve the program's highest national ranking ever at No. 8 in the country. Franks and the Phoenix returned to the NCAA Tournament after a one-year absence and recorded the program's first-ever victory in the national tournament after a 3-0 win over Winthrop. Franks earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Elon in sport and event management in 2011. He also holds a National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).



Ted Mackorell Soccer ComplexFacilities

  • Ted Mackorell Soccer Complex (Field Turf - lighted)
  • Sofield Indoor Facility (Field Turf-Indoor)


Not even sure where to start with my thank you for this past weekend. This is the second year now that my son and a handful of his teammates have attended App State's soccer camp. The App State coaches and players that make soccer an absolute joy for these boys. Words cannot express our gratitude for making the game fun and bringing out the best in our boys. We were told on numerous occasions that App State's camp was their favorite by far and they all plan to be back next year for sure. That says a lot coming from a group of opinionated boys who have been to their fair share of soccer camps :)

 -Julie Salbinski Schwarzenegger

My teams have been attending this camp for the past five years and every year it gets better. Appalachian State Boys Soccer camp is a perfect mixture of environment, facilities, and professional coaching. I highly endorse this camp and recommend any coach who wishes to enhance his teams play as well as increasing individual skill to attend the Appalachian State Boys Soccer Camp.

-Ken Kirsch, Head Coach, Nease High School. 2007 and 2008 Florida State Champs

My GK coach was very thorough and could show me how to do things properly. He's the best GK coach I've had.
-Bryan Newbold, 16, Smoky Mtn. HS, Sylva, NC

App. Soccer Camp was a great leaning experience for my team. Our coach was great, and he showed us a lot. The camp really brought us together as a team and made us much better.
-Jennifer Dillard, Coach, Concord HS (NC)

Our coach worked with us on our communication and our mental game. We got better every day. I'll be back next year.
-Chris Hartle, 15, '88 North Meck Red, Huntersville, NC

Dear Coach, We want to thank you for providing such a conducive learning environment for our team at this year's camp - the coaching was thorough and structured but flexible to incorporate our team's needs - The facilities were excellent and the cool summer weather and the mountain scenery was particularly nice for us - We would like to recommend the camp to other teams and individuals of all levels.
-Ken Kirsch and Richard Stupple, Coaches, Lake Mary Prep HS (FL)

The camp is tailored to the specific needs of each team. The best technical camp we have attended in 10 years of going to them. Coaching staff is genuinely interested in everyone improving skills and knowledge of the game.
-Coach Kevin Hicks, Dixon HS, Jacksonville, NC (NC Class 1A State Finalists in 2003)

Shuttle Information

A roundtrip shuttle from Charlotte Douglas Intl Airport or Greensboro can be provided for a fee. Please contact Brad Franks at if you are interested in the shuttle option.


If you decide to cancel your registration, a $150 cancellation fee will be withheld from the refund. No refunds will be issued for no-shows.

For registration information, contact the Office of Conference & Camp Services by e-mail at or by phone at 828-262-2933.

For program information, contact Bradley Franks at

According to NCAA rules and regulations all camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants regardless of skill level 
(limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).

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