From August 2-6, FC Wisconsin Eclipse player Cami Davre trained and competed with some of the top 1998 players in the country at the id2 National Training Camp held in Beaverton, OR at Nike World Headquarters. Davre was selected as one of seventeen players from across the country born in 1998 to participate in this prestigious event.
From August 2-6, FC Wisconsin Eclipse player Cami Davre trained and competed with some of the top 1998 players in the country at the id2 National Training Camp held in Beaverton, OR at Nike World Headquarters. Davre was selected as one of seventeen players born in 1998 from across the country (and the only player from Wisconsin) to participate in this prestigious event.
The 1998 id2 National Training Camp was held in conjunction with the ECNL / id2 National Training Camp for players born from 1995-1997. Overall, the event included 99 of the best players in the United States, from 1995-1999, working with some of the best coaches and teachers from across the country. Players participated in trainings and competitions over 3 full days at Nike, as well as attending the Portland Thorns vs. FC Kansas City NWSL game, where they were part of a crowd of more than 17,000 watching professional women's soccer.
US Soccer U17 Youth National Team Head Coach BJ Snow was in attendance at the event, and even US Womens National Team Head Coach Tom Sermanni came by to watch the final games of the camp on August 5. In addition, the players had the opportunity to speak with and hear from Canadian International Christine Sinclair, US International Rachel Buehler, and Portland Thorn player Danielle Foxhoven.
"It is a tremendous honor for Cami to have been recognized for her performances this season in the ECNL and at the id2 Camp she went to in December 2012, and to be selected to participate in this camp" said FC Wisconsin Eclipse DOC Christian Lavers. "These events provide the players with a glimpse of the highest level of womens soccer in the US, and should inspire them to work harder than ever before to get better, and to bring the experience back to their clubs."