Come and train with the highly decorated Winona State University Women’s Soccer Program for the third annual Warrior Soccer Residential ID and Skill Development Camp. With a strong 21-year history of success, you will train with some of the top college coaches in the region and experience what it takes to train with a championship level program. Residential campers will have an opportunity to stay in the newly constructed (Fall 2010) Haake Hall, that will provide a relaxing, air-conditioned apartment style living space. There will be opportunities for classroom sessions that will educate campers on the day in the life of a collegiate student athlete as well as the mental and physical elements it takes to be one. This camp is designed for high school female soccer players interested improving and learning new skills in preparation for playing college soccer. Registration is first come, first serve and will be capped at 80 participants. Wait listing will be available once full.
June 25th - 28th
|**$25 Off If Registered Before February 1st**|
**Online Registration closes on June 21st at Midnight, to register after this date please contact Coach Bryan Ufheil at BUfheil@winona.edu**
Winona State University. Housing in New Center (air conditioned residence hall). Training at Maxwell Field at Warrior Stadium.
Field sessions will consist of improving individual skills (1v1 defending & attacking, passing, shooting, possession, and small sided games) as well as tactical scenarios covering key moments in the game (building out of the back, midfield possession and switching, attacking in the final third). There will be separate goalkeeper training during field sessions and goalkeepers will be integrated into the small sided and full 11v11 games.
I understand that if my child is diagnosed with a concussion or concussion like symptoms at a Winona State University Athletic Camp, they will no longer be allowed to participate at camp. As a parent/legal guardian I must make arrangements to remove the child from camp as soon as I have been notified of my child’s condition.