Men's Soccer Announces Summer Camp Program
March 28, 2012
CHICAGO - DePaul men's soccer presents the 2012 summer camp program which will feature three types of camps---including an overnight college camp July 12-14 for prospective student-athletes intent on playing soccer at the collegiate level.
The Elite Residential Camp and the Elite One Day Camp (June 23) are for incoming high school freshmen through incoming college freshmen.
In addition, DePaul men’s soccer will conduct a Youth Boys Day Camp June 11-15 for youngsters age 7-13. All three camps will train on Wish Field where the Blue Demons play their NCAA matches.
The philosophy of the DePaul Soccer Camps is to provide a safe, positive soccer environment for the competitive soccer athlete who wants to improve and be a successful soccer player.
The Youth Camp is designed to focus on individual skill development with each player, and encourages campers to learn in a fun, friendly atmosphere.
The Elite One Day Camp and Elite Residential Camp are designed to simulate a Division I college soccer atmosphere for high school-aged players and incoming college freshmen. These camps give participants a taste of what college soccer is all about.
Overnight campers will be housed in student dormitories just like the Blue Demon soccer players and experience DePaul campus life in the upscale Lincoln Park community.
All camps will be directed by DePaul head coach Craig Blazer, assistant coaches Craig Reynolds, Mark Plotkin and can include past and current DePaul players and other Division I, II, III and NAIA coaches.
HIGH SCHOOL CAMPS
Elite Residential Camp