EUGENE, Ore. – The University of Oregon women’s soccer team has announced its 2013 training camp dates. UO will host three camps this year: a Spring ID Camp on May 19, a Residential Camp which runs July 11-14 and a Day Camp which will take place July 15-19.
The Spring ID Camp (May 19) provides an opportunity for female soccer players currently in grades 8-12 to train under and compete in front of UO staff as well as coaches representing all collegiate levels in Oregon. The cost is $150 for both field players and goalkeepers. The cost includes training sessions run by UO staff in addition to guest college coaches.
Attendees will also play small sided and full sided matches on the UO fields in addition to an interactive recruiting lecture by UO head coach Kat Mertz and our guest college coaches.
The Residential Camp (July 11-14) is specifically designed to provide an experience of what it is like to be a student-athlete at the University of Oregon. The camp is open to individuals, club or high school teams. The curriculum will develop the technical skills and tactical awareness of the competitive soccer player.
The cost is $465 for overnight Residential Campers, $385 for commuter Residential Campers. A $70 per-player discount is available for team members attending with club or high school team consisting of 12 or more players.
All members of the Oregon coaching staff will be coaching and evaluating. Camp will include: technical and tactical training on the field, team video work, and lectures on sports nutrition, sports psychology, and college recruiting. During the week, there will also be agility and speed instruction and assessment provided by our strength and conditioning staff. Specific goalkeeper training will be given during Residential Camp.
The Day Camp (July 15-19) is a fun and positive experience for both BOYS AND GIRLS (ages 5-12) who love to play soccer and want to take advantage of awesome University of Oregon athletic facilities. Current UO soccer players and staff coaches will provide the instruction and supervision. The all-day camp provides additional instruction after lunch.
Click here to visit the UO Soccer Camps Website for more information.
The camp contact is assistant coach Christie Welsh (firstname.lastname@example.org | 541-346-5363).
Oregon Soccer Announces Camp Dates
Release Date: 04/10/2013
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