UCSC Women's Soccer Announces their Fall Player ID Clinic

Women's Soccer ID Clinic
Women's Soccer ID Clinic

This fall the UC Santa Cruz Women's Soccer Program will be holding one Player Identification Clinic session at UC Santa Cruz.


The 3-day player ID clinic field sessions are a great way for our staff to see you play on site and also give you the opportunity to meet the current players in the program and see the level here at UCSC. We do not have a big recruiting budget to travel to tournaments, so the best way for us to see you play is for you to attend one or more of our ID clinics. The fall ID clinic is designed to help players get a sense of the program and show your skills to our staff. Sessions follow a one training session per day pattern with warm-ups, fitness and agility, small-sided sessions and smaller 6v6 games and 11v11 games. Players secure their own housing/lodging/transportation for the 2 night stay. We offer a meeting with staff and potential class visit on Friday, and tour of campus and Saturday with our current UCSC players in addition to the field sessions.

You will find all the applications materials for the fall ID Clinic attached. Please email us to secure your spot and submit your paperwork ASAP via email fax or snail mail. See the application materials for more details about the time of the field sessions.

ID Clinic Application

Medical Release

Liability Waiver

As a new head coach for the program, I am committed to carrying on the competitive level of UCSC Women's Soccer and the team's goal of heading to the NCAA playoffs each year. In seeking out talented and committed recruits to the program who take fitness and dedication seriously, we can continue striving as a team towards these goals. I look forward to seeing you out on our pitch soon for a clinic or camp. Please contact me ASAP at my cell or office below or via email if you have any questions.

Emily Scheese
Head Coach - UCSC Women's Soccer
831-459-3362 (office)
831-428-2871 (cell)