Cascades women’s soccer holding ID camp

UFV women's team hosting camp in February

The UFV Cascades women's soccer team hosts an ID camp on Feb. 5.

The University of the Fraser Valley Cascades women’s soccer head coach Rob Giesbrecht is hosting a player identification camp on Sunday, Feb. 5.

The event begins at 6 p.m. on the south field of MRC Sports Complex, and is open to athletes graduating from high school in 2017, 2018 or 2019. Cost is $25 per player. Payment can be made in person (cash or cheque) on the day of the ID camp, or by mailing a cheque payable to UFV Athletics to the following address (do not mail cash): Rob Giesbrecht c/o UFV Athletic Department, 33844 King Rd., Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 7M8

All participants must also print and complete the appropriate consent form or waiver, and hand it in before the tryout. Athletes 18 years of age or under must complete a UFV informed consent form, with signature from a parent or guardian. Athletes over the age of 18 must fill out a UFV tournament and ID camp waiver. Completing the appropriate form is mandatory.

All participants are also asked to fill out an online registration form located at ufvcascades.ca.

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