DETAILED CAMP INFO
Baylor soccer and head coach Paul Jobson announced the dates and formats of the upcoming camp schedules, including a February ID camp, a six-session Little Bears camp, and the summer residential camps.
All three camps will be held at Betty Lou Mays Soccer Field and the Williams Family Soccer Center.
The winter ID camp is on Feb. 25, designed to give players exposure to the college game and the Baylor experience. High school girls from 8th to 12th grade will spend a full day working with the Baylor soccer staff and student-athletes, working on skills, small sided games, and full 11v11 matches.
The Little Bears Soccer camp will welcome boys and girls, ages 4 to 9, for six sessions from March 13-April 17. Each session is one hour and is designed to encourage the development of individual skill and knowledge of the game, working and playing alongside the Baylor staff. The sessions are split between skill-specific development and full scrimmages to apply those skills.
The annual summer camps run July 17-21, with both commuter and residential options available. The sessions are split into three academies: Advanced Academy (college prospects, 13-18-year-old girls), Developmental Academy (9-12-year-old girls), Goalkeeper Academy (GK-only, only in Advanced Academy).
The weeklong camps are an intense training and development atmosphere to encourage competition and exposure to elite-level college soccer. Students will be trained by the Baylor staff and student-athletes, as well as college, professional, and high school coaches from around the country.
Registration is open and spots fill up quickly. New opportunities may be added based on demand and availability. Full details, announcements, updates, and registration can be found HERE. For any further questions, please contact Paul Jobson at Paul_Jobson@baylor.edu.