Women's Extended GK and Showcase Camp Check In Info
Date Posted: 4/8/2018
We are looking forward to having you on campus. Please take a moment to carefully read the informaiton about check in! There are several different forms, please make sure that you complete all forms that apply to you. All players must bring a medical waiver form and complete the player profile (links below)
Women's Extended Goalkeeper Camp Check In
Check In for the showcase will run from 1pm – 4pm on Thursday, July 5th 2018 for the extended GK program and will be conducted in the J.M. Smith dorm. Physical address of the dorm is 224 Cedar Street, Wingate, NC 28174 Signs are placed around campus directing you to the dorm. Please leave your luggage in the car when you are checking in. We will then provide you with the easiest route to your room. (There are STAIRS) Players and Families are responsible for their own lunch on day of check in.
Goalkeepers flying in who need WISA Camp Shuttle service from airport should receive shuttle details two days before check in. If you do not receive, please contact us ASAP at email@example.com
Women's Fieldplayer Showcase Camp Check In
Showcase Check in will run from 9am-11:30am on Sunday July 8th and will be conducted in the Batte Center. This building is located at 403 N. Camden Road, Wingate, NC 28174 Signs are placed around campus directing you to the location. Please leave your luggage in the car when you are checking in. We will then provide you with the easiest route to your room. (There are STAIRS!!!)
Fieldplayers flying in who need WISA Camp Shuttle service from airport should receive shuttle details two days before check in. If you do not receive, please contact us ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org
1- 2018 Lunch on Check in Day for families of Fieldplayers
Lunch for the players on check in day is 11:30-12:30. Parents are welcome to join for lunch- however you need to RSVP with the number in your party- NOT INCLUDING your player. Lunch is $8.00 per person, we can process CC, Cash and checks upon check in. Use this LUNCH RSVP FORM. Feel free to stay and attend the Camp meeting and College Coach Q & A at 1:30 in the Batte Center.
2- Flight Information and WISA Airport Shuttle Service- IMPORTANT
If you are flying in, please fill out the form using this link to give us your flight information. Within two days of your check in, you will receive an email from us with info on which staff member is picking you up at airport along with all important phone numbers!
If you have NOT signed up and paid for the shuttle service, even one way shuttle service, please do so asap by logging into your account at www.wingatesoccer.com If a parent is also flying in and needing shuttle service, please make sure sign up for TWO shuttle services
3- Checking In or Out of Camp Early (ie, a different time than what is posted for your camp)
All players must bring the medical release form with them EVEN IF they have already emailed it or faxed it in. Electronic copies are not accepted. You will not be able to participate without filling one out. You can download a MEDICAL FORM . If the link does not work , go to www.wingatesoccer.com then on the top left go to MORE, Files & Forms and click on the Medical Release form in the center of the page.
5- Player Profiles (required of all players)
Players please take the time to complete the WISA Player Profile form with the most up to date informaiton about yourself (even if you completed info during camp registration). This information will be distributed to all college coaches in attendance. Make sure you provide CURRENT and CORRECT info! Watch for typo's in your email address! Click HERE TO ACCESS PLAYER PROFILE DOCUMENT
6- Account Balances
In an effort to expedite check in, all account balances should be paid prior to check in. You can log back into your account at www.wingatesoccer.com. If you have any questions about a balance please email Amy at email@example.com
7- What to Pack and Bring
Suggested Items to bring with you to camp. *If you are flying in you will not be required to provide bedding sheets, pillows or a blanket – we will have this for you.
10 sets of shorts and playing shirts 1 warm-up (optional) Sun screen & mosquito repellent 10 pairs of soccer socks
10 pairs of underwear water bottle or cooler 2 bathing suits shin guards rain jacket
1 pair of sneakers & c leats Pajamas 2 towels Casual clothes
1 pillow/pillow case (unless you are flying in) 1 set of twin bed sheets & blanket or sleeping bag Toothpaste, soap, & shampoo
Spending Money for pizza, drinks, & snacks (you are welcome to bring your own snacks and drinks however there is no refridgerator in dorm rooms)
Keep in mind we have washers and dryers that are free of charge to use. We will have laundry detergent for purchase or feel free to bring your own! We recommend the pods.
8- Parent Accommodations
Parents that have booked WISA housing accommodations for the week will also be provided bedding linens, pillows and sheets. A meal plan is included with the parent accommodation. All keys and apartment information will be provided to you upon check in. You will receive an email from us two days proior to check in with confirmation of your reservation and other details. If you have NOT received this by that time, please email Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org
IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON MORE THAN ONE PARENT or SIBLING(S) staying in our parent accommodations you MUST LET US KNOW ASAP. There is an additional fee.
**We still have space available if any parents wish to stay.
9- Snacks etc
We have a small concession area set up in the lobby of the dorm. Gatorade, Water, SunChips, etc are available for purchase. We also offer pizza/sub deliveries later in the evenings. Pizzas are $12 and require the players to sign earlier in the day for them. Players should bring CASH with them to make concession purchases. Dorm Rooms do not have refrigerators….
10- Medical Staff
All WISA Residential Camps have a certified athletic trainer on staff 24 hours per-day. The coaching staff and medical staff monitor every injury - however minor the injury might be. Even so, some players love camp so much they attempt to “hide” injuries so that they may continue to play. Parents are seldom fooled. If you gain any indication from a visit or a telephone call that your child is more injured or ill then they appear, please call or text Amy ASAP.
11- Parents are Welcome
We feel that it is important that parents are involved in their child’s camp experience. To this end, we would like to extend an invitation for you to attend any number of events during the week. Parents are not allowed to access player dorms without notifiying staff except during check in and check out. Parents needing to contact someone during the day, please feel free to call Amy 704-577-2898.
12- EMERGENCY NUMBER –
Parents, if at any time you need to speak to staff please feel free to call or text Amy 704-577-2898.
Any other questions related to camp, parent accommodations, etc can be directed to Amy at email@example.com
Again we are looking forward to having you at our showcase. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us!