CHICAGO (March 28, 2017) – Over the years, Eclipse Select Soccer Club has featured a number of talented players who have earned the opportunity to participate in the id2 Training Camp Program. It is an opportunity for the country’s top youth soccer players to be in an environment where they are identified, developed and scouted for inclusion in U.S. Soccer’s national team programs.
This year features three id2 Training Camps, which on the girls’ side focuses on players born in 2003, including the recent March 23-26 camp at Grand Park in Westfield, Ind., located north of Indianapolis.
Eclipse Select proudly featured seven players for this training camp: midfielder Korbin Albert (Gurnee, Ill.), defender Kate Dobsch (Winnetka, Ill.), forward Devin Lynch (Naperville, Ill.), forward Dakota Lyons (Mettawa, Ill.), defender Emma Phillips (Munster, Ind.), midfielder Brielle Rochester (Libertyville, Ill.) and midfielder Jenna Stayart (Cary, Ill.).
(L-R) Emma Phillips, Kate Dobsch, Devin Lynch, Korbin Albert, Dakota Lyons, Brielle Rochester, Jenna Stayart
The id2 Program is an Olympic Development Program approved by the U.S. Olympic Committee and U.S. Soccer Federation.
The event provided the girls the opportunity to work with some of the nation’s top coaches and play with and against elite players within their age group. The four-day camp was designed to truly mimic a professional experience while supplying a high-level learning environment to the high-level competitors.