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University ID Camp review


​​Over the weekend of March 2-4, 2018 the Dulwich Earthquakes Academy hosted it's second annual United States University ID 
Competitive Clinic. The clinic was lead by Kai Edwards- former Women's coach at University of Michigan, Arizona State University, Saint Mary's College and University of California Santa Barbara and Men's Head Coach Felipe Restrepo from California State University Chico. The clinic was attended by nearly 100 participants from Shanghai area. The players were provided opportunities to train, compete and attend an informative lecture detailing the process of recruitment into US Universities.

The US University coaches were impressed with the level of play from the participants and are eager to monitor their development. Both coaches were also very excited about the quality of the facilities, the professionalism of staff and the administrative organization provided by both the Earthquakes Academy and Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong.

The Dulwich Earthquakes are committed to providing an unparalleled football education and this clinic mirrored that vision. Director of Soccer, Carl Edwards stated:

 "Providing tangible opportunities for our members to use their soccer talents to unlock greater opportunities of higher education in the United States is becoming a reality. The Dulwich Earthquakes are growing this vision daily and this camp is another step in the right direction”.

University ID Camp review


​​Over the weekend of March 2-4, 2018 the Dulwich Earthquakes Academy hosted it's second annual United States University ID 
Competitive Clinic. The clinic was lead by Kai Edwards- former Women's coach at University of Michigan, Arizona State University, Saint Mary's College and University of California Santa Barbara and Men's Head Coach Felipe Restrepo from California State University Chico. The clinic was attended by nearly 100 participants from Shanghai area. The players were provided opportunities to train, compete and attend an informative lecture detailing the process of recruitment into US Universities.

The US University coaches were impressed with the level of play from the participants and are eager to monitor their development. Both coaches were also very excited about the quality of the facilities, the professionalism of staff and the administrative organization provided by both the Earthquakes Academy and Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong.

The Dulwich Earthquakes are committed to providing an unparalleled football education and this clinic mirrored that vision. Director of Soccer, Carl Edwards stated:

 "Providing tangible opportunities for our members to use their soccer talents to unlock greater opportunities of higher education in the United States is becoming a reality. The Dulwich Earthquakes are growing this vision daily and this camp is another step in the right direction”.

University ID Camp review


​​Over the weekend of March 2-4, 2018 the Dulwich Earthquakes Academy hosted it's second annual United States University ID 
Competitive Clinic. The clinic was lead by Kai Edwards- former Women's coach at University of Michigan, Arizona State University, Saint Mary's College and University of California Santa Barbara and Men's Head Coach Felipe Restrepo from California State University Chico. The clinic was attended by nearly 100 participants from Shanghai area. The players were provided opportunities to train, compete and attend an informative lecture detailing the process of recruitment into US Universities.

The US University coaches were impressed with the level of play from the participants and are eager to monitor their development. Both coaches were also very excited about the quality of the facilities, the professionalism of staff and the administrative organization provided by both the Earthquakes Academy and Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong.

The Dulwich Earthquakes are committed to providing an unparalleled football education and this clinic mirrored that vision. Director of Soccer, Carl Edwards stated:

 "Providing tangible opportunities for our members to use their soccer talents to unlock greater opportunities of higher education in the United States is becoming a reality. The Dulwich Earthquakes are growing this vision daily and this camp is another step in the right direction”.

University ID Camp review


​​Over the weekend of March 2-4, 2018 the Dulwich Earthquakes Academy hosted it's second annual United States University ID 
Competitive Clinic. The clinic was lead by Kai Edwards- former Women's coach at University of Michigan, Arizona State University, Saint Mary's College and University of California Santa Barbara and Men's Head Coach Felipe Restrepo from California State University Chico. The clinic was attended by nearly 100 participants from Shanghai area. The players were provided opportunities to train, compete and attend an informative lecture detailing the process of recruitment into US Universities.

The US University coaches were impressed with the level of play from the participants and are eager to monitor their development. Both coaches were also very excited about the quality of the facilities, the professionalism of staff and the administrative organization provided by both the Earthquakes Academy and Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong.

The Dulwich Earthquakes are committed to providing an unparalleled football education and this clinic mirrored that vision. Director of Soccer, Carl Edwards stated:

 "Providing tangible opportunities for our members to use their soccer talents to unlock greater opportunities of higher education in the United States is becoming a reality. The Dulwich Earthquakes are growing this vision daily and this camp is another step in the right direction”.

University ID Camp review


​​Over the weekend of March 2-4, 2018 the Dulwich Earthquakes Academy hosted it's second annual United States University ID 
Competitive Clinic. The clinic was lead by Kai Edwards- former Women's coach at University of Michigan, Arizona State University, Saint Mary's College and University of California Santa Barbara and Men's Head Coach Felipe Restrepo from California State University Chico. The clinic was attended by nearly 100 participants from Shanghai area. The players were provided opportunities to train, compete and attend an informative lecture detailing the process of recruitment into US Universities.

The US University coaches were impressed with the level of play from the participants and are eager to monitor their development. Both coaches were also very excited about the quality of the facilities, the professionalism of staff and the administrative organization provided by both the Earthquakes Academy and Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong.

The Dulwich Earthquakes are committed to providing an unparalleled football education and this clinic mirrored that vision. Director of Soccer, Carl Edwards stated:

 "Providing tangible opportunities for our members to use their soccer talents to unlock greater opportunities of higher education in the United States is becoming a reality. The Dulwich Earthquakes are growing this vision daily and this camp is another step in the right direction”.

University ID Camp review


​​Over the weekend of March 2-4, 2018 the Dulwich Earthquakes Academy hosted it's second annual United States University ID 
Competitive Clinic. The clinic was lead by Kai Edwards- former Women's coach at University of Michigan, Arizona State University, Saint Mary's College and University of California Santa Barbara and Men's Head Coach Felipe Restrepo from California State University Chico. The clinic was attended by nearly 100 participants from Shanghai area. The players were provided opportunities to train, compete and attend an informative lecture detailing the process of recruitment into US Universities.

The US University coaches were impressed with the level of play from the participants and are eager to monitor their development. Both coaches were also very excited about the quality of the facilities, the professionalism of staff and the administrative organization provided by both the Earthquakes Academy and Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong.

The Dulwich Earthquakes are committed to providing an unparalleled football education and this clinic mirrored that vision. Director of Soccer, Carl Edwards stated:

 "Providing tangible opportunities for our members to use their soccer talents to unlock greater opportunities of higher education in the United States is becoming a reality. The Dulwich Earthquakes are growing this vision daily and this camp is another step in the right direction”.

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University ID Camp review


​​Over the weekend of March 2-4, 2018 the Dulwich Earthquakes Academy hosted it's second annual United States University ID 
Competitive Clinic. The clinic was lead by Kai Edwards- former Women's coach at University of Michigan, Arizona State University, Saint Mary's College and University of California Santa Barbara and Men's Head Coach Felipe Restrepo from California State University Chico. The clinic was attended by nearly 100 participants from Shanghai area. The players were provided opportunities to train, compete and attend an informative lecture detailing the process of recruitment into US Universities.

The US University coaches were impressed with the level of play from the participants and are eager to monitor their development. Both coaches were also very excited about the quality of the facilities, the professionalism of staff and the administrative organization provided by both the Earthquakes Academy and Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong.

The Dulwich Earthquakes are committed to providing an unparalleled football education and this clinic mirrored that vision. Director of Soccer, Carl Edwards stated:

 "Providing tangible opportunities for our members to use their soccer talents to unlock greater opportunities of higher education in the United States is becoming a reality. The Dulwich Earthquakes are growing this vision daily and this camp is another step in the right direction”.

University ID Camp review


​​Over the weekend of March 2-4, 2018 the Dulwich Earthquakes Academy hosted it's second annual United States University ID 
Competitive Clinic. The clinic was lead by Kai Edwards- former Women's coach at University of Michigan, Arizona State University, Saint Mary's College and University of California Santa Barbara and Men's Head Coach Felipe Restrepo from California State University Chico. The clinic was attended by nearly 100 participants from Shanghai area. The players were provided opportunities to train, compete and attend an informative lecture detailing the process of recruitment into US Universities.

The US University coaches were impressed with the level of play from the participants and are eager to monitor their development. Both coaches were also very excited about the quality of the facilities, the professionalism of staff and the administrative organization provided by both the Earthquakes Academy and Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong.

The Dulwich Earthquakes are committed to providing an unparalleled football education and this clinic mirrored that vision. Director of Soccer, Carl Edwards stated:

 "Providing tangible opportunities for our members to use their soccer talents to unlock greater opportunities of higher education in the United States is becoming a reality. The Dulwich Earthquakes are growing this vision daily and this camp is another step in the right direction”.

University ID Camp review


​​Over the weekend of March 2-4, 2018 the Dulwich Earthquakes Academy hosted it's second annual United States University ID 
Competitive Clinic. The clinic was lead by Kai Edwards- former Women's coach at University of Michigan, Arizona State University, Saint Mary's College and University of California Santa Barbara and Men's Head Coach Felipe Restrepo from California State University Chico. The clinic was attended by nearly 100 participants from Shanghai area. The players were provided opportunities to train, compete and attend an informative lecture detailing the process of recruitment into US Universities.

The US University coaches were impressed with the level of play from the participants and are eager to monitor their development. Both coaches were also very excited about the quality of the facilities, the professionalism of staff and the administrative organization provided by both the Earthquakes Academy and Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong.

The Dulwich Earthquakes are committed to providing an unparalleled football education and this clinic mirrored that vision. Director of Soccer, Carl Edwards stated:

 "Providing tangible opportunities for our members to use their soccer talents to unlock greater opportunities of higher education in the United States is becoming a reality. The Dulwich Earthquakes are growing this vision daily and this camp is another step in the right direction”.

​​KEndra Zak signs with Oakland


​​The Dulwich Earthquakes Academy is proud to announce that Kendra Zak has signed her National Letter of Intent to play NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer for Oakland University in Michigan.

Kendra has put together an outstanding career while playing youth soccer for the Dulwich Earthquakes as well as achieving a high level of academic success in the classroom.  The Dulwich Earthquakes wish her the best of luck as she continues on with her athletic and academic career.

As quoted by her new Head Coach, Juan Pablo Favero:
 "Kendra is a versatile player with a unique journey to division I soccer. Super technical, and composed on the ball, but also an extremely hard working player who can play in several areas of the field for us."

“Inspiration, challenge, guidance, expertise, professionalism, passion, fun – these are the aspects of the Dulwich Earthquakes program I experienced while being there. A perfect foundation to build on, as I am ready to move on to play at the next level at Oakland University!” – Kendra Zak


The Dulwich Earthquakes are committed to soccer development and promotion beyond the youth game. Establishing a program that can advance players to continue onto high level soccer opportunities after their youth careers is a major goal of the Dulwich Earthquakes Academy.