The 5-day residential Region II Boys ODP ID Camp is a unique opportunity for invited players to train and compete with the top players in Region II (Midwest) and trained by high level licensed coaches, including exposure to college coaches for the next level. The event includes the 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 & 2004 age groups.
Players will also have the opportunity to be identified for future ODP Region II events. If you have updates to provide (such as your son’s high school so I can better follow them going forward) use my Contact Form
|Region II ID Camp|
|Tristan Stotler||Boys||2000||Lou Fusz||Farmington|
|Chad Hamler||Boys||2000||JC Crew||Jeff City|
|Maurice Lewis||Boys||2000||Lou Fusz||Ritenour|
|Nolan Cosgrove||Boys||2000||Lou Fusz||Parkway West|
|Jack Flink||Boys||2001||Synergy FC||Columbia|
|Isaac Frederick||Boys||2001||Lou Fusz||Warrenton|
|Carter Reiss||Boys||2001||Lou Fusz|
|Javier Soto||Boys||2001||Lou Fusz|
|Sam Stovern||Boys||2001||Springfield Demize|
|Isaac Swanson||Boys||2001||Sporting Springfield||Maranatha|
|Ethan Bromaghim||Boys||2002||Sporting STL|
|Ethan Mayo||Boys||2002||Sporting JB Marine||CBC|
|Noah Heath||Boys||2003||Sporting STL|
|William Kelly||Boys||2003||Ajax||St. LouisPriory|
|Kyle Klostermann||Boys||2003||Lou Fusz|
|David Pham||Boys||2003||Alliance FC||North KC|
|Carter Redford||Boys||2003||Sporting STL|
|Draven Barnett||Boys||2004||Sporting Springfield|
|Nico Catarinicchia||Boys||2004||Real STL|
|Mitchell Ottinger||Boys||2004||Sporting J B Marine SC|
|John Rheinheimer||Boys||2004||Sporting J B Marine SC|
|Dalton Visconti||Boys||2004||KC Select|
Tristen Stotler (pictured above) talked about the benefit’s of participating in this interview December 5th following his participation in the Region II Inter-Regional Camp in late November. You can see the whole interview (3:49 min long) at the YouTube link below.
Tristen’s Bottom line – the competition and the opportunity to be seen by the different college coaches and National Team scouts that are part of the events. Tristan competes for Lou Fusz Geerling which has been part of National League the past two years as well as making multiple trips to the Region II Tournament via their success competing in the Midwest Regional League. Yet there are still growth opportunities for him via first, the Missouri ODP program and progressing up the ladder from there as he has.
Boys and Girls ODP will begin in the Late Summer or early Fall with tryouts and practices. Check out the MissouriSoccer.org website to learn more.
The Girls ID Camp will be held July 11-15, 2017 and include the 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 & 2004 age groups.
The US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP) is the original Olympic development program. With programs in all 55 US Youth Soccer State Associations, it is available to any player. US Youth Soccer ODP is the only elite player development program that can claim members of Major League Soccer and the National Women’s Soccer League, as well as the majority of current and past national and youth national team members, as alumni.
In Region II, ODP is an identifying program of choice for players and coaches with a focus on development. Contact your State Association for more information on tryouts and state programming which are pathways to participation in ODP Region II.