Nike Men’s Soccer ID Camp at Seattle University

Nike Men’s Soccer ID Camp at Seattle University
Nike Men’s Soccer ID Camp at Seattle University

The Seattle U men’s soccer coaching staff would like to invite you to attend our 2017 ID camps.

This is a great opportunity for the SU coaching staff to work with you in training sessions that we use with the college team. You will also learn firsthand about the philosophy of the program and what it takes to be a student athlete in college.

Seattle University, founded in 1891, is a Jesuit Catholic university located on 50 acres in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. More than 7,900 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs within eight schools and colleges. U.S. News and World Report's "Best Colleges 2011" ranks Seattle University among the top ten universities in the West, offering a full range of masters and undergraduate programs. The Fiske Guide to Colleges has named Seattle University as a “Best Buy” school in its 2012 edition. All of the “Best Buy” schools fall into the inexpensive or moderate price category, and most have four- or five-star academics ratings.

Dates & Prices

Meet Camp Coaches

Pete Fewing
Camp Director

Pete Fewing

Pete Fewing finished his fourth season as head coach of the men's soccer team in Division I play and 22nd season overall at Seattle U in 2015.

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2015 was a history-making year for the Redhawks as Fewing led the team to their first ever Division I Sweet 16 appearance (at Syracuse) with a win vs. No. 25 UCLA in the Second Round. Also a first, Seattle U hosted their first ever Division I NCAA game on campus in the defeat of the Bruins. Seattle U was ranked in the NSCAA Top 25 for eight straight weeks, from the end of September through the end of the final regular season poll and Fewing was named NSCAA West Regional Coach of the Year. The Redhawks earned wins vs. No. 10 Washington and No. 13 Oregon State, most notably, as well as versus the Ivy League's Harvard and Dartmouth, earning 10 shutouts over the season.

In 2014, Fewing coached the Redhawks to their second straight WAC tournament appearance in as many seasons in the conference, which the Redhawks hosted on their home field. Individually, Ian Hines-Ike was named First Team All-Region while Hamza Haddadi and Kyle Bjornethun were named to the Second Team by the NSCAA. Academically, Fewing led the Redhawks to the program's first NSCAA Team Academic Award in the Division I era for posting over a 3.0 cumulative GPA for the 2013-14 school year.

The 2013 season was one for the record books as he was named Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, taking the Redhawks from an 0-6-1 start to winning both the WAC Regular Season and Tournament titles. With the Tournament win, the team became Seattle U's first men's team to qualify for an NCAA DI tournament since March 1969 and the first to win an NCAA DI tournament game since March 1964 with a 2-1 come-from-behind win at Creighton on Nov. 21 in the First Round. He helped develop both senior forward Miguel Gonzalez, named WAC Offensive Player of the Year, and senior goalkeeper Jake Feener, who led the nation in DI saves and saves per game throughout the entire 2013 season.

In his first year back as head coach of the Redhawks, the team played in the MPSF conference, as well as taking on strong opponents such as Portland, Gonzaga, UW, and nationally-ranked UC Santa Barbara and New Mexico. Marshall Kosaka earned Second team All-MPSF honors, and Jose Merlo wasrecognized for honorable mention all-conference. Six members of the team received MPSF All-Academic Honors, a testament to Fewing's emphasis on academics along with athletics.

Fewing was the head coach of the Seattle University men's soccer team from 1988 through the 2005 season, when he accumulated a record of 220-125-26 (.628) during his 18 seasons at the helm. He led Seattle U to the 1997 NAIA National Championship and the 2004 NCAA Division II National Championship.

Fewing was the head coach of the Kitsap Pumas of the Professional Development League (PDL) in 2010 and 2011, helping the Pumas win the 2011 PDL National Championship. He co-authored the book Coaching Principles for Development of Championship Teams, and he has been an analyst during the television broadcasts of Seattle Sounders FC matches.

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Nate Daligcon
Assistant Coach

Nate Daligcon

Nate Daligcon, an All-American player and top area club soccer coach, was hired as an assistant coach with the Redhawk men's soccer program prior to the 2013 season. In July 2014,...

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Nate Daligcon, an All-American player and top area club soccer coach, was hired as an assistant coach with the Redhawk men's soccer program prior to the 2013 season. In July 2014, Daligcon was promoted to the title of Associate Head Coach.

With Daligcon's leadership, the Redhawks improved their win total by eight in 2013, going undefeated in conference play, and winning the conference regular season and tournament titles. The Redhawks also made the program's first ever appearance in the NCAA Division I tournament, defeating Creighton, 2-1, in the First Round.

Daligcon has been a head coach for several local club teams since 2004. He led Emerald City FC G93 A to the 2005 Washington State Cup championship, plus guided two other squads to the state cup finals. He has also served as an assistant men's soccer coach at Seattle Pacific since 2009.

Daligcon was a two-time All-American at Seattle Pacific, helping the Falcons win the 1993 Division II national championship and advance to three national semifinal games as a center midfielder. He played in the A-League from 1996 through 2002, winning four league titles (three with the Rochester Rhinos, one with the Seattle Sounders), as well as the 1999 U.S. Open Cup championship as a member of the Rochester Rhinos.

Daligcon received his Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration with a marketing concentration from Seattle Pacific University, plus he holds a USSF "A" coaching license. 

Camp Details

Nike ID camps at Seattle University are a great evaluation tool for us as we are able to work with you and put you through training sessions we use with the college team. It is also a great way to get to know you and see what you are looking for in a university. Spaces are limited. Nike ID camps at Seattle University are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).

Please click on the link below to register. If you have any questions feel free to give Assistant Coach Nate Daligcon a call at 206-335-0974 or email him at

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2017 Camp Information 

2017 Summer ID Camp

(Space will be limited, please sign up asap to ensure your spot at camp!)

July 7th-8th, 2017
Cost: $250 (does not include housing or meals)
*If you are in need of housing, there are hotels close to campus. Please contact Nate Daligcon at for more info.


July 7
10:30am-11:00am - Registration at Connolly Center
11:00am-12:45pm Training Session & Small Sided Games 
1:00pm-1:45pm - Lunch on your own
1:45pm- 2:45pm - Presentation
3:15pm to 5:15pm - 11 v11 Games

July 8
9:30am-10:00am - Registration at Connolly Center
10:00am-11:30am Training Session & Small Sided Games 
11:30am-12:30pm - Lunch on your own
12:30pm- 1:30pm - Presentation
1:45pm to 3:45pm - 11 v11 Games

July 20th-21st, 2017
Cost: $250 (does not include housing or meals)
*If you are in need of housing, there are hotels close to campus. Please contact Nate Daligcon at for more info.


July 20
10:30am-11:00am - Registration at Connolly Center
11:00am-12:45pm Training Session & Small Sided Games 
1:00pm-2:30pm - Lunch on your own
2:45pm- 3:45pm - Presentation
4:00pm to 6:00pm - 11 v11 Games

July 21

8:30am-9:00am - Check in at Championship Field
9:00am-10:45am - Training Session and Small Sided Games
11:00am-12:00pm - Lunch on your own
12:00pm-12:45pm - Presentation
1:00pm- 3:00pm - 11 v 11 Games



Our standard cancellation policy applies to this camp 14 days BEFORE camp. Due to the nature and demand of this camp, no camp vouchers will be issued within 14 days of camp. If you have to cancel for any reason, please notify our office well in advance. Thank you!


About Championship Field
Championship Field, the home of the Seattle University men’s soccer team, is a state-of-the-art facility that recently underwent major renovations.  Seattle University was recently named by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top colleges in the United States for soccer fans.

Camper Reviews

John W., Parent of Seattle University Camper '16

  • 5/5.
Always a great investment

My son has been attending Nike soccer camps for 3 years. It has always been a great investment and my son has enjoyed every minute. The staff are great and professional. 

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Geraldo B., Seattle University Camper '15

  • 5/5.

I thought the interaction time and face to face with the coaches was invaluable, and I really enjoyed getting to know and understand the viewpoints of the current players at the university. The talent at the camp was very good and with a wide range.  Overall it was great experience and I loved it.

Ezekiel S., Seattle University Camper '15

  • 5/5.
Perfect drills

They choose the perfect drills to show what skill every single player has to offer and gives every single player to showcase their own personal talents.

Collin G., Parent of Seattle University Camper '15

  • 4/5.
One on one interaction

The level of competition and coaching was fantastic.  Great one on one interaction and instruction from staff!  

Dante L., Parent of Seattle University Camper '14

  • 4/5.
Increased confidence and passion for the game

The Nike Soccer Camp at Seattle University was a great experience for our son. He has participated in various camps and clinics over the course of his playing career, but none that have been up to this level. We have seen his skills develop first hand, as well as his confidence and passion for the game. We were very pleased with the coaching, the facilities, and the overall professional feel of the camp. Very well organized! We can't wait to return next year and build on this very succesful summer. 

Jarod E., Seattle University Camper '16

  • 3/5.
Player evaluation missing

It would be nice to receive some sort of player evaluation

Wes N., Seattle University Camper '14

  • 5/5.
Take your game to the next level

I would highly recommend this camp to people who want to take their soccer game to the next level, in a challenging and fun environment. My ball skills have improved tremendously since attending this camp and I have a much better understanding of the game overall. The coaching staff really did a good job of challenging us, but also keeping it fun at the same time. I learned things I know I will use for the rest of my life. 

Bryant S., Seattle University Camper '13

  • 4/5.
Feels like being in college

All strikers and goaltenders should attend the Nike soccer camp at Seattle University to learn foot skills, how to bend the ball and many other things. The instructors really know their stuff and you feel like you are in college being on campus. 

Camp Dates & Prices

For additional camp information and dates call us at 1-800-NIKE-CAMP we would be happy to help you.