Women's Soccer Announces Dates for 2013 Summer Camp Programs
Jan. 29, 2013
CHICAGO - The DePaul women's soccer team has announced the dates for its 2013 camp program that includes an Overnight College Prep Camp exclusively designed for student-athletes intent on playing collegiate soccer.
Overnight campers will be housed in a student dormitory just like the Blue Demon soccer players and experience DePaul campus life in the upscale Lincoln Park community.
Featured activities include leadership development and college recruiting seminars, a movie night and a Chicago Deep Dish Pizza Night.
The June 28-30 overnight camp is for girls from the age of 14-18. Players at the overnight camp will be exposed to high-level training sessions that mirror what the Blue Demons undertake on a daily basis.
Soccer athletes will be instructed by the DePaul women's soccer coaching staff and players. There will be a section of the camp dedicated specifically for goalkeeper training.
Overnight campers will check-in from noon-1 p.m. on June 28th at Clifton-Fullerton Hall, 2350 N. Clifton Ave. on DePaul's Lincoln Park campus. There is a commuter option for those who choose not to stay overnight.
DePaul women's soccer is also offering a Summer Day Camp July 8-12 for girls age 5-13 that will introduce and improve technical skills in a fun and engaging way. Each sector will focus on a different technical skill and will be reinforced and expanded upon each day.
Day campers will check-in at Wish Field, 900 W. Belden Ave. (corner of Belden and Bissell Street) on DePaul's Lincoln Park campus. All campers must check-in with a coach before each session begins and check-out with a coach when the session is finished.
What to bring: Soccer cleats, soccer ball, shin guards, water bottle.
Here's a rundown on the camps. Click here for the DePaul Women's Soccer Camp website and online registration.
College Prep Overnight Camp
Summer Day Camp
The mission of the DePaul Girls' Soccer Camp is to develop the youth soccer player through a singular and consistent philosophy. That entails positive instruction by role models in providing a nurturing environment for each individual player to gain self-confidence, self-motivation and self-discipline.
For more information, please contact assistant coach Tina Estrada at firstname.lastname@example.org or 773-325-2161.