CHICKASHA – For the 10th year in row, USAO soccer coaches are opening the university’s campus to a residential soccer camp designed to enhance individual and team soccer skills in a concentrated setting.
This year, the camp will focus more on high school athletes and teams. Past campers have gone on to compete in the NCAA and NAIA levels and earn national honors.
The camp will run from July 16-18 and includes training sessions, evening games and a six-versus-six tournament.
Campers will spend the nights on campus in the residence hall with 24-hour adult supervision. Additionally, a trainer will be on duty for the duration of the camp.
Cost, which includes housing and meals, starts at $250. Campers also get a T-shirt, a USAO soccer ball and a written evaluation at the end of camp.
Camp director Jimmy Hampton and his staff have led the Drover men and women to 22 winning seasons. Both teams won the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament Championship in 2011 and earned berths to the NAIA National Tournament. The men went on to compete in the NAIA Quarterfinals for the second year in a row.
For more information or to register, click here or e-mail assistant camp director Alexis Vizarelis here. Campers must bring a copy of their insurance and the medical release and model release forms found below and on the registration page.