June 12, 2012
The Baylor soccer program will be offering its annual Advanced and Developmental Academies beginning Tuesday, July 17 and running through Saturday, July 21.
The Academies are split into two separate categories, Advanced/College Prospect and Developmental. The Advanced Academy is designed specifically for players between the ages of 14 and 18 who wish to gain an edge in their development toward collegiate play and a chance to train in a “NCAA Division I-like” college soccer environment. Additionally, players will be trained by the current Baylor soccer staff, as well as college and professional coaches from around the country. Goalkeepers who want to get to the next level will receive one-on-one specific training during this academy.
The Developmental Academy is designed specifically for players between the ages of 9 and 13. In a challenging and fun environment, players will receive quality and individualized instruction from collegiate, club and high school level coaches. Additionally, players will receive hands-on training from collegiate players. Skill training, individual tactics, circuit training along with competitive matches highlight each day at camp.
The Baylor Soccer Camp is one of the most complete soccer camps you will attend. Each full day will have three exciting and challenging soccer sessions run by professional coaches. Unlike a lot of other "big school" camps, the Baylor soccer coaches will be on site the entire week running sessions.
The Academies offer overnight stay or commuter options. For more information or to register, click here.