2016 Marshall Women's Soccer Camps

Women's Elite

Women's Early ID Day Camp - May 14

This camp is designed to provide youth soccer players a real taste of the level required to play college soccer. Each session is specifically designed to help players learn how to enhance their techniques and improve their skills. Players will be put into a training environment similar to a college setting, with the ultimate goal of pushing players to their maximum playing ability. Sessions will consist of demonstrations that feature the correct technical methods and activities that will enable players to recreate those skills in game scenarios. An additional area of concentration is the development of positional skills and tactical training designed to improve positional awareness and understanding. Goalkeepers receive separate, specialized coaching. Players will leave camp with a greater understanding of how to play and compete at the next level. Grades 8-10. $150 per camper.

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Marshall Men's and Women's Goalkeeper-Striker Camp - July 30-31

What began four years ago at Barboursville Park is now the best soccer camp in the State of West Virginia. Spend just a day and a half and have the most fun soccer experience you can get. For five sessions, goalkeepers and strikers will be trained and put into games maximizing the best part of the game: shooting, scoring and saving! Goalkeepers will train with Alex Fatovic and Dan Withrow, goalkeeper coaches for both programs, while rotating with the strikers. Erika Duncan and Chris Doran will lead the strikers, working on technique and functional games to simulate scoring in a variety of ways. Numbers have grown for this camp each year and with limited space, there will be a limit on campers, so reserve your spot today! Contact Alex Fatovic at fatovic@marshall.edu for more information and to register. Ages 10-18. $150 per camper; $50 Sunday only.

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Kevin Long

Marshall Head Coach Kevin Long

"Soccer camps over the years have been a large part of my development as both a player and as a coach," Long said. "I love the idea that we can spread the game of soccer and build enthusiasm for the sport through our camps each year. Right now, our camps serve a couple of different purposes and coupled with the technique and tactics of the game, the camps we offer give us a chance to see players and get to know players whom we wouldn't normally see in the stands, or even out recruiting. There are many different camps catering to players of all levels and we love bringing players and families, from West Virginia and beyond, to our fantastic facility to work with our caring and energetic staff. We welcome you to come join us for what can only be described as a very positive and comprehensive soccer experience."

Please contact Assistant Coach Erika Duncan if you have any questions: duncan75@marshall.edu