Dec. 17, 2013
MADISON, Wis. -- Limited spots are still available for the men’s soccer winter camps.
Participants will have the opportunity to participate in training sessions that mirror the atmosphere and intensity of a collegiate soccer environment.
Campers will also have the chance to learn from UW players and coaches, including former MLS and U.S. National Team assistant and current Wisconsin head coach, John Trask, in an organized and energy-filled environment.
Along with training sessions led by Trask, campers will be taught and trained with specific technical instruction that includes improving dribbling, passing and shooting, as well as development in the areas that will help aid the camper in becoming a total player.
Enrollment is still open for the Winter ID Camp, with limited spots available. The quota for goalkeepers has been reached, however if campers want to be put on a waitlist they can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Winter College ID camp will be held Jan. 3-4, 2014, and consists of training that more closely resembles the type of challenging environment the UW players are accustomed to during the season. With that in mind, the camp is designed specifically for players and prospects who are looking to gain a better idea of the demands of Division I soccer.
The Winter ID camp is open to all boys in grades 8-12, as well as junior college student-athletes. Registration closes Jan. 1.
The camp includes six training sessions over the two-day span, beginning at 5 p.m. on Fri., Jan. 3. College coaches from Milwaukee, Green Bay, Marquette, Cal Poly, Missouri-St. Louis, UW-Parkside and Wisconsin, among others, will be in attendance and interacting with campers during the Winter ID camp.
Registration is now open for the Holiday Clinic on December 30th.
The winter academy is in the midst of a two-week break and will resume following the New Year.
For more information on any of the three men’s soccer camps, please contact the men’s soccer office by phone at (608)262-2971 or email email@example.com. For camp details, including registration, please visit the Wisconsin soccer camp page: WisconsinSoccerCamp.com.
UW offers campers a first-class experience in developing as a soccer player and the opportunity to learn from some of the most dedicated and well-respected coaches in the country, including the Wisconsin coaching staff.