The Men’s Midwest Premiere ID Camps are held each Winter and Summer on the campus of Oral Roberts University.  The camps are designed to expose prospective student athletes to the training conditions and competition at the NCAA collegiate level.  Each camp we seek to bring in a top collegiate coaching staff from around the region in order for prospective student athletes to get recruited to play at the college level.  Coaches join us from NCAA Divisions 1, 2, 3, NAIA, & NJCAA.

 

2019 Summer Midwest Premiere ID Camp

Confirmed Schools (Updated 4/1/19)

Eastern Oklahoma State College – NJCAA Division 1

Murray State College – NJCAA Division 1

Neosho Community College – NJCAA Division 1

Oachita Baptist University – NCAA Division 2 – MIAA Conference

Rogers State University – NCAA Division 2 – MIAA Conference

Southern Nazarene University – NCAA Division 2 – MIAA Conference

Oklahoma City University – NAIA – Sooner Athletic Conference

Oral Roberts University  – NCAA Division 1 – The Summit League

Seattle University – NCAA Division 1 – Western Athletic Conference

University of Central Arkansas – NCAA Division 1 – Sun Belt Conference

University of Missouri – Kansas City – NCAA Division 1 – Western Athletic Conference

 

Below are a list of schools/universities that have attended the Men’s Midwest Premiere ID Camps over since 2017:


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