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SUNY Canton Men's Soccer Hosts ID Clinic

Canton – The SUNY Canton men’s soccer program will be hosting its annual Fall ID Clinic on Monday, November 11.

“Once again we are excited to welcome a large number of our 2020 and 2021 recruits and their families to campus for an opportunity for an in-depth look at our soccer program,” seventh year Head Coach Tim Penrod said. “This event has played a crucial role in our identification and relationship-building with prospective players and families over the last several years, and we are looking forward to having a new group in to help them determine if Canton is the right fit for their future.”

The tentative schedule for the day will be as follows:

· 9:15 - 10 AM Registration/Check-in

· 10AM - 1 PM Training Session

o Includes technical skills assessment, functional & tactical training, and game play

· 1:30 - 2:30 PM Parent Panel

· 1:30 - 2:30 PM Student-Athlete Panel

· 3:00-4:30 PM Campus tours

Registration through October 31st is $60. Starting November 1st, the registration fee will increase to $75. To register, please use the following link: Once registered, a member of the coaching staff will reach out with a registration confirmation and participation waiver form within 48 hours. Please ensure that the information on the registration form is that of the prospective student-athlete, not the parent.

Payment for the event can be sent in advance via check or money order, made out to “SUNY Canton Athletics” with “Men’s Soccer” in the memo line. Cash or check payment will be accepted the day of. There will be a $15 processing fee for any cancelations. Advanced payments can be sent to

Timothy Penrod

Head Men’s Soccer Coach

SUNY Canton

34 Cornell Drive

Canton, New York 13617

For any questions pertaining to the open house event, please contact Tim Penrod, Head Men’s Soccer Coach, at


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