For more information and registration www.mtwcoastsoccer.com

SPRING CLINIC
May 10-11, 2014

GIRLS RESIDENTIAL SESSION I

June 30-July 3, 2014

Session I Coaches

MIT
Carleton
SNHU
Clarkson
Skidmore
Connecticut College
Bowdoin College

GIRLS RESIDENTIAL SESSION II

August 3-6, 2014

Session II Coaches

MIT
SNHU
Bates
Wellesley
Connecticut College
Hamilton
Wheaton

CO-ED DAY CAMP
June 23-27, 2014

Spring Clinic and Residential Camps for girls entering grades 9-12 in the fall of 2014

Co-ed Day Camps are for boys and girls grades K-12

Both sessions of residential camp sold out last year. Make sure you register early for 2014.

The Residential Camp emphasizes player development in a challenging, stimulating environment. Our curriculum is designed for the serious soccer player looking to play at the next level. Technical and tactical aspects of the game are developed throughout each day. Morning functional sessions are based around three main aspects of the game: Defending as a unit, possession versus pressure, and attacking in the final third. The afternoon activities focus on technique incorporating skills such as heading, finishing, dribbling, and control. The day culminates with evening 11v11 games and information/video sessions educating participants on topics such as the college recruiting process, flexibility, conditioning, and nutrition for soccer. Goalkeeping specific sessions are also integrated within this curriculum and focus on all key areas of this unique position. 

Our entire Dartmouth soccer staff will be involved as coaches in all camp sessions and activities. All other staff are highly qualified, licensed coaches, who come from some of the top colleges and universities across the country. We also have professional coaches who come from different parts of the world. Collegiate men's and women's soccer players serve as assistants for the week, and are involved in all demonstrations and information sessions.

College recruiting is part of the camp, but it is only a part. While many players who attend have a genuine interest in Dartmouth, we hope that players who choose our camp are also looking to develop their game, and are eager to be around coaches and players with a true passion for soccer. This Elite camp provides many excellent opportunities - you will be coached by an outstanding staff, develop as a soccer player, and you will be given an honest evaluation that you may use for your future development and/or in your college search. You will also have the opportunity to look at Dartmouth, spend time on and around this beautiful campus, and get to know the friendly staff and players. 

Overnight Program

7:30 Breakfast
9:15 Coaching Sessions, Functional Practice
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Rest in Rooms
2:30 Technical Session
5:00 Dinner
6:30 Match Preparation
6:45 Team Matches
9:00 Presentations/Coaches Panel
10:30 Lights Out