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Troy University - Soccer

Residential Camp

Location Troy, AL
Event Date(s) Jun 21, 2019 to Jun 23, 2019
Ages 11 to 18
This event has been completed.

Event Description


The goal of Troy University Residential Camp is to provide an opportunity for all prospective female student-athletes in High School or Junior College to train in an environment that will prepare them for the next level. Players will be challenged both technically and tactically and will have an opportunity to compete in game situations. The camp experience will not be limited to just on-field opportunities, as players will have the chance to discuss the college recruiting process and the experience of being a student-athlete as well as learn how to prepare to play like an elite athlete. Enrollment will be limited to ensure that our experienced staff is working directly with eaach individual.

June 21st - 23rd
WHO: 11-18 years old
CHECK-IN: 10:30 AM
TIMES: See Schedule Below
RESIDENTIAL: $379 per Camper
COMMUTER: $250 per Camper
Early registration discount $20 for registrations before April 15th

Returning campers will receive $25 off of registration. Discounts cannot be combined.

*Single-day enrollment is available and those interested can email Ged O'Connor @ goconnor@troy.edu for more details and pricing.

TEAM CAMPS: In addition to the individual camp, we also offer team camps for both boy and girls teams. The teams will be offered the opportunity to train in the early sessions, and scrimmage later in the day as a full team. In addition, we are able to offer team- building programs, video breakdown of the games, and free attendance for the team coach. Please contact the camp staff for pricing and camp details if you are interested in taking part in the Team camp.

FACILITIES: The Troy University Soccer Field will serve as the primary training location. An alternate site will be used in case of inclement weather.

BALLS / T-SHIRTS: All campers will receive a Troy camp t-shirt. All campers should bring their own soccer ball for the camp with their name clearly marked on it.

º Cleats & Shin Guards
º Flat Sole Shoes For Indoor Play
º Soccer Ball
º Tennis Shoes
º Exta-Long Sheets / Pillow / Blanket
º Extra Training Gear - Socks, etc.
º Towels
º Rain Jacket
º Sunscreen & Bug Spray
º Fan
º Spending Money
º Sandals

HOUSING & MEALS: Meals will begin with dinner on Friday evening and end with lunch on Sunday afternoon. All meals will be held in the new all-you-can-eat campus dining hall. Elite Camp players will stay on campus in a Troy University residence hall.

PERSONAL VEHICLES: If participants drive to campus they must leave their cars parked in designated parking lots and will not have access to the car during camp. All car keys will be collected by staff members at registration.

CAMP STAFF: The coaching staff will include not just the Troy University coaches, but coaches from other schools in the area and across the country. This will allow campers to get exposure to different types of coaching at the college level. A certified athletic trainer will also be available throughout the duration of the camp.

CAMP STORE: A camp store will be available in the evenings for campers to purchase pizzas, snacks, water, PowerAde and other assorted items.

*travel to and from a local airport can be arranged for the camp. Please reach out to the staff directly for instructions*

10:30 AM
Check-In at Dorms
12:30 PM Training
2:00 PM
3:00 PM
11v11 Games
5:30 PM
7:00 PM
8:30 PM
All-Star Game
10:30 PM
Lights Out
7:45 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM Small Sided Games
12:00 PM Lunch
1:30 PM Training
3:00 PM Rest
4:00 PM 11v11 Games
5:30 PM Dinner
7:00 PM All-Star Game
8:30 PM Camp Social
10:30 PM Lights Out
7:45 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM
Small Sided Games
12:00 PM
1:30 PM Training
3:00 PM Rest
4:00 PM 11v11 Games
5:30 PM Check-Out

*All Ged O’Connor LLC soccer camps are open to any and all applicants and are limited
only by the number of slots available per camp and the age, grade level and/or gender of the participant.