Girls Camp ages 9-13
Girls Prospect Camp/Clinic ages 14-17
April 20 Prospect Camp (girls ages 14 – 17) Cost: $100.00
June 9-10-11 Prospect Camp (girls ages 14 – 17) Cost: $450.00
June 12-15 Girls U9 – U12 Cost: $470.00, Commuter: 290.00
August 4 Prospect Camp (girls ages 14 – 17) Cost: $100.00
Soccer Facilities at Miami University
The facilities are among the finest to be found in the country. The two varsity playing fields are natural grass with state-of-the-art irrigation and drainage systems to insure a quality playing surface. Our modern, well-equipped sports medicine facility is located in Yager Stadium (just a few minutes walk from the playing fields) and is expertly staffed by Miami’s full-time certified athletic trainers.
Housing and Supervision
We provide ’round-the-clock protection for Sports School’s participants. Campers are housed in the same University Residence Halls as the coaches and staff, who are available to them 24 hours a day. Three nutritious meals are served daily in the university dining halls. Sports School participants are not allowed to leave the campus without written parental approval and notification of the coaching staff.
Commuter campers are welcome at all but the prospect camps. Price includes lunch each day as well as a Miami Soccer Camp t-shirt and ball. Commuter hours are 9:00AM – 4:00PM Monday through Thursday.
This camp/clinic is reserved for players age 14-17 who are interested in playing soccer in college. The curriculum is designed to educate college prospects as to what intercollegiate soccer is all about. More specifically, what soccer at Miami University is all about. Players will be exposed to the physical, technical, tactical and psychological demands of division I college soccer. All sessions are conducted by the Miami University coaching staff and assisted by Miami University team members. Fifteen members of the 2012 Miami Varsity Team are former Miami Prospect Camp participants.
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The Daily Schedule
The daily schedule starts with a 7:00 am wake-up call, breakfast at 7:15, and the first skill session at 9:00 AM. The vigorous morning session ends at 11:30, followed by lunch at Noon. Afternoon scrimmages begin at 2:00 PM. Dinner is at 5:00 PM, with Pizza Cup competition beginning at 7:30PM. Lights are out at 11:00 PM.
The schedule for prospect camp is:
8:30 – 8:45 AM
Check-In at the soccer fields located adjacent to Yager Stadium
9:00 – 11:30 AM
Training Session I
11:30 – 1:30 PM
Lunch followed by meetings with academic coordinators and strength and conditioning coach
1:30 – 4:00 PM
Training Session II
Camp Ends. Campers should be picked up at the Yager Stadium soccer fields
4:10 – 5:30PM
Miami Soccer Open House. We’ll do our best to answer your questions and explain the NCAA recruiting process.
What to Bring:
Athletes should have at least two good pairs of soccer shoes, T-shirts, and socks for daily workouts. Each camper will receive a complimentary soccer ball and T-shirt to take home. Prospect Clinic participants receive a complimentary t-shirt.
The Miami Soccer camp curriculum stresses game experience. Technical and tactical training under game conditions is the primary coaching methodology. Training intensity, game complexity, and physical demands increase throughout the week.