Camp Details


Online Registration

Camp Brochure and Application

Dates: Friday, July 28 - Sunday, July 30

Details: $259, Overnight, Grades 10-12

                Day 1 Drop-off: 12pm Registration

                Day 3 Pick-up: 1:00pm check-out

Director: Jim Reddish

Required Forms

The objective of the Stonehill College Elite Boys Soccer College Prep Camp is to expose the serious high school aged player to a college soccer training environment, and evaluate their potential to play college soccer. Our coaches will help players improve their technical ball skills and tactical awareness in a competitive and fun environment. This 2-day camp will provide access to college coaches and players, and prepare you for what to expect at the college level. Our camp is located on the campus of Stonehill College where we have access to beautiful grass and turf fields, an indoor recreational center, a state-of-the-art dining facility, and modern residence halls. All campers will receive instruction from our staff that includes college coaches, current and former college players.

Camp Highlights:

  • Daily technical and tactical training 
  • Exposure to area college coaches
  • College Recruiting seminar
  • 11v 11 games
  • Campus Tour
The coaching staff includes highly qualified collegiate level coaches.  The men's camp is directed by head coach, Jim Reddish.  Jim Reddish just completed his eighth season as Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Stonehill. A forward and midfielder at Stonehill during the mid-1990s, Reddish spent six season as an assistant coach before taking over as head coach in 2008.  Reddish guided Stonehill to its most successful season in over 20 years in 2014, as the Skyhawks went 11-6-1, the most victories for the program since 1993, including 9-4 in Northeast-10 Conference play, a new program record. At the conclusion of the season, Reddish was named NE-10 Coach of the Year, and three of his student-athletes earned All-Conference honors.  A native of Needham, Mass., Reddish received his National Coaching Diploma in 2001 and his Advanced National Coaching Diploma in 2009 from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).


 We look forward to seeing you at camp this summer!