Feb. 2, 2010
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Registration is now open for the 2010 Notre Dame Girls Soccer Camp, to be offered in three five-day sessions on June 16-20, July 16-20 and July 21-25 on the University of Notre Dame campus. This year’s camp is designed exclusively for high-level female players, ages 10-18, with emphasis on skill development through advanced techniques and tactics and knowledge through the pressure of game situations.
Under the direction of Notre Dame women’s soccer head coach (and 2009 Soccer America National Coach of the Year) Randy Waldrum, the Notre Dame Girls Soccer Camp is widely considered to be among the finest in the country. Waldrum is assisted by his Fighting Irish staff — assistant coaches Dawn Greathouse, Ken Nuber and Jeannette Boudway — who have helped Notre Dame advance to four consecutive NCAA Women’s College Cups, including national championship game berths in 2006 and 2008. In addition, many of the top high school and college country from across the nation, as well as several of the highest quality college players available, including a number of current and former Notre Dame players, will be on campus to help campers reach their ultimate potential.
This year’s camp will utilize the state-of-the-art facilities at the University of Notre Dame, the cornerstone of which is the new $5.7 million Alumni Stadium that opened in the fall of 2009. Alumni Stadium offers grandstand seating for 2,500 loyal Fighting Irish fans and features a high-quality grass surface that is also prominent in several professional sports stadiums nationwide, including numerous Major League Soccer (MLS) parks, putting Alumni Stadium at the forefront of excellence when it comes to college soccer facilities.
For more information on the 2010 Notre Dame Girls Soccer Camp, download the PDF version of the camp application by CLICKING HERE, or by calling the Notre Dame Women’s Soccer Office at (574) 631-3383. Space for each camp session is limited, so act now and be a part of this year’s Notre Dame Girls Soccer Camp!
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