From Arkansas State University
Arkansas State head women's soccer coach Tafadzwa Ziyenge and the ASU soccer team will host two summer camps for boys' and girls to take advantage of.
The Red Wolves will host a boys'/girls' skills day camp July 8-11 that will include four morning sessions that will last from 8-11 a.m. The cost to attend the camp is $90 and will include a T-shirt. The goal for the camp is to provide young soccer players with an opportunity to participate in an environment where they will learn a great deal about the game of soccer and have an enjoyable experience while doing so.
The camp will have a strong emphasis on the technical aspects of soccer as well as encouraging individual creativity. Campers will be grouped by both age and ability in order to keep a small camper-to-coach ration in order to provide the most individualized attention as possible.
A girls' junior high/high school elite residential camp will be held July 21-24 and is open to junior high and high school girls' ages 13-18. The camp includes two options for those wishing to attend. The first option included a residential individual option for $300. Teams of 10 or more can attend the camp for $280. The Red Wolves also offer a commuter option for both individuals and teams. The cost for an individual commuter to attend is $220, while the cost for a team commute (10 or more) is $200.
Check in for the team camp will be at 1 p.m. on July 21st, while check out will be July 24 at 11:30 a.m. The goal for the camp is to incorporate both technical and tactical skills involved in becoming a more successful soccer player at the next level. It will provide an atmosphere that will challenge players of all levels to improve their overall ability with individual and small group training. Competitive games will be played each night in a tournament style format to integrate skills that were learned during training as well as give each player an opportunity to develop in a game-like setting.