The PSPL Surf Academy College Development Program (CDP) serves several training functions:
Puts on mini training camps for current Academy and non-Academy players seeking collegiate level training over two or three days.
Offer detailed information and guidance on the college recruiting process.
The development center identifies talent for the various Surf Academy player pools and serves as the center for player training and education.
It is also the source for information on college recruitment and college placement.
Players are pushed in demanding training environments and evaluated at the end of the sessions.
The CDP is not a required Academy activity. But is offered as supplemental training for all players wanting more competitive training sessions.
What's more: it is the place to be seen if you want to join the PSPL Surf Academy program!
THE PSPL ACADEMY COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
- Surf Academy: College Development Program
- For Ages: 14 to 18
- Open to all players
- Talent identification for Academy
- Rigorous college-level and Academy training curriculum
- PSPL Director On-Site: Mike Osborn
- $125 to Non-Academy Players
- $65 to PSPL Academy Players
§ The CDP will be assigned across Washington State.
§ Age of 14 to 18 years
PSPL Surf Academy College Development Program will be the primary forum to identify local talent and train players at an elite level. The PSPL Surf Academy program partners with PSPL Clubs.
The College Development Program will consist of two to three days of training under the PSPL Surf Academy curriculum. Current PSPL Surf Academy coaching staff - with special guest coaches - will run the training sessions.
The College Development Program is open to all players who want to continue to improve and seek additional training opportunities.
Participating athletes will be invited to attend a variety of off-field sessions – from college planning to fitness and nutrition.
The coaching staff will constantly be identifying and evaluating talent that participates in the various CDP Centers through the 2017 season. .
If invited to the Surf Academy player pool, the player will train and play with the current registered players in his/her age group. During this trial period, coaches will monitor the player and then make a decision.