Prospect Camps Women's Soccer
Prospective Student-Athletes and Parents,
Westmont Women’s Soccer is proud to host Prospect Camps for potential high school aged student-athletes. These camps are designed to integrate instruction, evaluation and live game competition while exposing prospective student athletes to the Westmont College community.
Attending camp will provide prospective student-athletes with the opportunity to display their skills in front of our entire coaching staff, meet and play alongside some of our current players, tour Westmont’s beautiful campus, and leave with more knowledge about Westmont’s athletic and academic programs. Additionally, overnight camps will allow student athletes to stay in the dorms for an even further experience.
Our goal is to identify talent, provide a competitive and enjoyable playing atmosphere, and supply players with tools to improve their overall game. We look forward to getting to know you through this process.
Jenny Jaggard- Head Coach, Women’s Soccer
Fall Prospect Camp 1: Saturday, September 28th.
$125.00 (includes camp t-shirt)
Fall Prospect Camp 2: Saturday, December 14th.
$125.00 (includes camp t-shirt)
Spend a full day with us in September or December learning from and being evaluated by our coaching staff! Our camps are our largest tool in the recruiting process. Nearly every player on our past, current, and committed rosters have attended at least one camp during their recruiting process.
For further details on our Prospect Camps, please select "Info & FAQs" located in the upper left hand portion. To register, please go to the “registration” tab. Parents / Guardians are welcome to attend and watch any of the training sessions – we just ask that the players aren’t addressed during the session & it is watched with a respectful eye.
Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email within 24 hours.
If you have any immediate questions or need assistance, please feel free to contact our staff.
Jenny Jaggard, Head Coach
Westmont has named Jenny Jaggard as the next head coach of the Westmont women's soccer program. She has served for the past five years as an assistant coach at Chico State.
"From a large field of applicants, Jenny rose to the top for several reasons," said Athletic Director Dave Odell. "I was drawn to her experience with winning programs. Both as a championship high school coach and as a collegiate assistant at Chico State. In particular, she has had the opportunity to work with legendary coach Kim Sutton at Chico State. That went a long way with me.
"Jenny's commitment and experience leading student-athletes as they face the bigger questions of life is also an important factor in her selection. Her interest in academia will help her undertand our academic rigor and how athletic participation fits into the whole educational experience of our students."
Jaggard holds a Master of Science in sport and recreation science from Ohio University and a Bachelor of Arts in biblical studies from Southwest Baptist University. Her coaching experience includes serving as the girls' soccer head coach at Douglas High School in Minden, Nevada.
"I am very excited to partner with Westmont College in its mission to provide the highest quality, Christian, liberal arts education possible to my student-athletes," said Jaggard. "Westmont's values, beliefs and educational philosophy are in perfect alignment with my personal life mission.
"I believe that my faith and background in biblical studies, coupled with my coaching education and experience, will allow me to thrive and make a positive impact on the lives of others. I view coaching soccer as a vehicle for teaching and preparing student-athletes for life and helping them to grow into their potential.
"My core team values are family, integrity, teamwork, hard work, enthusiasm, leadership, accountability, commitment to growth, respect and service to others. As a coach, I would describe myself as positive, demanding, instructive, encouraging, competitive and passionate about the game and people."
Jaggard becomes the women's soccer program's 12th head coach as it heads into its 38th season. She will be taking over a program that has produced five NAIA national championships, nine Golden State Athletic Conference championships and 55 NAIA All-Americans.
955 La Paz Road
Santa Barbara, Ca 93108
How can I register for a camp?
All campers may reserve a space in camp with a credit card along with a completed application. Click here to get to the registration page.
Are all camps located on the Westmont Campus?
Yes! All camps are on the Westmont Campus and will utilize both Lovik and Thorrington fields. Single Day Camps may only be on one field.
What happens if my child is injured or sick during camp?
Qualified trainers will be on duty for the duration of all camps to care for minor injuries and illness. Parents or guardians will be contacted immediately if there is a serious injury or a child needs to leave camp early for a medical reason. Please make a notation on the application form if there is any medical condition we should be aware of in advance of the camper¹s attendance to our soccer academies. Our athletic trainer will be available for questions on the first day of each camp and throughout the week.
What happens if my child is sick or injured and cannot attend camp? Do I get a cash refund?
Cancellations must be requested in writing in order to potentially receive a refund. Your email request must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be no refunds allowed within 6 weeks of the event.
What does each camper receive?
Each camper will receive a Camp t-shirt for our day camps. In addition to the camp t-shirt, an individual player evaluation will be given to those attending the overnight camp.
What should a camper bring with them to camp?
Please use this as a guide: all training gear (cleats, socks, shorts, top), water bottle, copy of transcripts and test scores (if applicable). An additional packing list will be provided to Overnight Campers following your registration and given to you closer to the date of your camp.
What airport is best to fly into and what about airport transportation?
Santa Barbara is the best airport to fly into and you will need to find transportation to and from the airport. Other options include LAX and Burbank airports. Please contact Coach Jaggard if transportation is an issue.
How much soccer will be played?
Typically we run 2 sessions during our single day camps and 2-3 sessions/day during our overnight camps depending on check-in/check-out.
What is the typical daily schedule for a camper?
(sample schedule - will receive official schedule following registration)
- 8:30-9:00am- Camp Registration
- 9:00-9:45am- Campus Tour with Westmont Women’s Soccer players
- 10:00- 11:45am- Training Session with Westmont Coaches and players
- 11:45-1:30pm- Free time to get lunch on your own
- 1:30-2:30- Admissions Presentation and Q&A time with head coach and players
- 3:00-4:30 Training Session and Scrimmaging
- 4:30-5:00pm- Camp Closing Words
Directions from South (Los Angeles)
Take 101 north and exit at Olive Mill Road. Turn right onto Olive Mill and then left onto Hot Springs Road. Turn right onto Sycamore Canyon Road and then right at Cold Spring Road. You may use the lower entrance on Cold Spring Road for the observatory and the athletic fields. For most other areas on campus, continue up Cold Spring Road, turn left on La Paz Road and drive through Westmont's main entrance. Map of campus and parking areas
Directions from North (Santa Barbara Airport)
Take 101 south and exit at #94B (Coast Village Road Exit - left exit). Turn left onto East Cabrillo Road, go through the roundabout and continue north on Hot Springs Road. Turn left onto Sycamore Canyon Road and right onto Cold Spring Road. You may use the lower entrance on Cold Spring Road for the observatory and the athletic fields. For most other areas on campus, continue up Cold Spring Road, turn left on La Paz Road and drive through Westmont's main entrance. Map of campus and parking areas