ATLANTA – Georgia State men’s soccer head coach and reigning Sun Belt Coach of the Year Brett Surrency has announced the summer sessions for his Soccer ID Camp, which will be held July 27-28 at the GSU Soccer Complex.
The Brett Surrency Soccer ID Camp will run 12-5 p.m. Saturday, July 27 and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, July 28 and is intended for prospective student-athletes ages 14-19 who have the desire to play soccer at the collegiate level and beyond. Campers can choose to attend one of the two sessions (Saturday OR Sunday) or both sessions (Saturday AND Sunday). Intended prospective student athletes and campers can sign up for the camp at surrencysoccercamps.com.
Both sessions will be held at the GSU Soccer Complex, which is located at 2401 Wildcat Road, Decatur, GA 30034. For specific directions to the complex, click here.
The cost of the camp is $125 for one day or $225 for two days which includes boxed lunches each day. There is a $25 non-refundable registration fee for ALL camps. Once camps begin there will be no refunds. Enrollment will be limited and accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. There will be a limit of eight goalkeepers per camp.
Participants are encouraged to bring necessary training gear such as cleats, shin guards, water bottles, etc. Training sessions will be conducted by collegiate coaches with the purpose of replicating an everyday college training session.
Surrency, along with assistant coaches Ricky Davey and Daniel Mohsen, are some of the best in the region as the staff led GSU to its first ever Sun Belt Conference Tournament Championship in 2018 and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. The team picked up nine All-Conference honors, the most in the league for the third consecutive year.
Since Surrency arrived at Georgia State in 2010, he has guided eight different players to All-Region honors, including former defender Michael Nwiloh who became the first GSU men’s soccer player to sign a professional contract with an MLS franchise.