#FridayFeatures profiles four colleges & universities that are confirmed to attend EXACT’s winter 2016 College Soccer ID Camps. Check out the latest additions and the soccer ID Camps each school is attending below!


#FridayFeatures: November 11, 2016


Emory University

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ID Camps Attending
: Atlanta Girls Regional 15 ID Camp, Dallas Girls Select 30 ID Camp, Orlando Girls Regional 15 ID Camp

Overview
Location: Atlanta, GA
Conference: UAA (NCAA DIII)
Mascot: Eagles
Enrollment: 14,724
US News & World Report Ranking: #164 in National Universities

Fun Fact: Big on tradition, Emory holds an event called “Dooley’s Week” where a student dresses up as their unofficial mascot, Dooley the Skeleton, to build school spirit and is even given the ability to dismiss class early.


St. John’s University

5861297ID Camps Attending: Connecticut Girls Regional 15 ID CampPhiladelphia Girls Regional 15 ID Camp, Philadelphia Boys Regional 15 ID Camp

Overview
Location: Queens, NY
Conference: Big East Conference (NCAA DI)
Mascot: Johnny Thunderbird
Enrollment: 15,720
US News & World Report Ranking: #164 in National Universities

Fun Fact: Although the main campus is in Queens, NY, St. John’s University has multiple campuses, including one in Paris.


Indiana University

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ID Camps Attending: Chicago Boys Select 30 ID Camp, Ohio Boys Regional 15 ID Camp

Overview
Location: Bloomington, I
Conference: Big Ten (NCAA DI)
Mascot: Hoosiers
Enrollment: 48,514
US News & World Report Ranking: #86 in National Universities (#36 in Top Public Schools)

Fun Fact: Indiana University is listed as one of the Top 10 College Sports Towns in the nation by Sports Illustrated on Campus.


University of Wisconsin

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ID Camps Attending: Dallas Boys Select 30 ID Camp, Orlando Boys Regional 15 ID Camp

Overview
Location: Madison, WI
Conference: Big Ten (NCAA DI)
Mascot: Badgers
Enrollment: 43,193
US News & World Report Ranking: #44 in National Universities (#10 in Top Public Schools)

Fun Fact: Members of the marching band wear their hats backwards after a UW win as a notion of looking back at their victory.