Women's Soccer to Host Three Camps
The Princeton women's soccer program will host three camps at Roberts Stadium in 2012, each for specific ages between 7 and 18.
The ID Clinic will take place on Mar. 10 and 11 and will serve high school freshmen and sophomores. The ID Camp is designed to meet the demands of potential players who want to play at a high level and allow the Princeton staff to evaluate them at an intensive clinic. The day will include three field sessions, exposure to our strength and conditioning staff, video match analysis and much more. To register for the ID camp, click here.
The Tiger Day Camp will serve those ages 7-12 and will run June 25-29. The Tiger Day Camp will emphasize the fun of the game while introducing new skills in a game-related environment. Every player will have the opportunity to work one-on-one with the coaching staff.
The Elite Overnight Camp is for ages 12-18 and will run July 22-25. It is geared toward players intending to play in college and will give technical and tactical training based on exercises used by Princeton's varsity team. In addition to the on-field instruction, the camp will include soccer videos, group discussions and guest speakers, including current Division I players and coaches.
For more information and to register for the summer camps, click here.