The KPU Eagles soccer teams will be holding a pair of Player Identification Camps at Newton Athletic Park.

KPU to eye soccer prospects

Kwantlen Eagles host camps for men, women at Newton Athletic Park

  • Jan. 23, 2015 12:00 p.m.

The Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) Eagles soccer teams will stage a pair of Player Identification Camps at Newton Athletic Park.

Head coach Julie King and coaching staff of the women’s team will host their camp on Thursday, Feb. 12. The men, headed by head coach Srdjan Djekanovic, will host a camp Mar. 2-3.

The camps will identify KPU prospects in Grades 11-12, or current KPU students interested in playing at the PACWEST (Pacific Western Athletic Conference) level.

Cost of the camp is $20, and registration information is online at http://www.kpu.ca/eagles

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