ID & Advanced Skills "The Complete Player" Camp - Click Here To Register
Session I Dates: June 17-19 (Sunday - Tuesday)
Session II Dates: July 20-22 (Friday - Sunday)
Grade (Fall 2011): 8-12
Residential Fee: $500
Commuter Discount: $75
One T-Shirt, Ball and "Complete Player Resource Journal" included
$25 late fee added if not registered 14 days prior to start date
Register for both sessions and save $50 off second session
Our camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by grade/age, gender, and number of entrants. (Limited to the first 75 campers to sign up!)
What makes this camp unique and special?
On The Field
The ID & Advanced Skills "The Complete Player" Camp will feature some of the top high school aged players from around the country. Our goal is to simulate a top collegiate level training environment. Campers will be challenged both mentally and physically over the 3 days of camp. There will be a focus on "match playing" between the camp teams including 11 v 11 and 6 v 6 small sided tournaments. The emphasis will be placed on group and team tactics. Campers will be put in problem solving situations where their individual tactical knowledge and technical skills will be challenged. There will be an All - Star match that will feature the top campers.
Off The Field
Campers will be immersed into a complete learning environment. Not only will they be tested and pushed to learn on the field but they will also be challenged and exposed to resources that will help them achieve their goals as a top level student athlete. Campers will benefit from classroom session that will cover the following areas: strength and conditioning specific to soccer, soccer nutrition, sports performance psychology, the college recruiting process, academics, and life as a collegiate athlete. These classroom sessions will be given by our highly qualified, extended camp staff.
Jenny Hill: Serves as the University of South Carolina's sports dietitian. Prior to USC, Hill was the director of sports nutrition at the University of South Florida, where her primary responsibilities were football, team education and establishing nutrition as an essential component in performance as well as overall health. Jenny played collegiate volleyball at Virginia Tech.
Rob Campbell: Currently the team academic advisor for the University of South Carolina's Women's Soccer Team. In his time at USC he has been an instrumental part in helping the women's soccer team excel in the classroom. Rob brought a wealth of experience to South Carolina from previously working with student athletes at Louisville University and Central Florida.
Bill Anderson: Billy is the head strength and conditioning coach for Olympic Sports at the University of South Carolina. Anderson has been a part of USC's strength and conditioning staff for 18 years. In addition to overseeing all Olympic sports Billy has been the strength and conditioning coach for the 2010 and 2011 NCAA National Champion USC Baseball team. He is certified by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA).
Dr. Kendra Ogletree Cusaac: Dr. Ogletree Cusaac is a licensed clinical psychologist and a sport psychologist. As a sport psychologist she has worked with individual athletes, teams and coaches at all levels of competition. She has conducted workshops on confidence building, anxiety reduction, performance enhancement, and team cohesion. She is currently on staff as a contract sport psychologist with the University of South Carolina Athletics Department. Each camper will be given a "Complete Player Resource Journal" that will have information reflecting the topics of the classroom sessions. There will also be a "Daily Log" section where campers will be encouraged to reflect on their daily training, matches, and their coaches' teaching points.
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|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3|
|9:00 am - Registration & Check In||7:30 am - ACL Prevention Warm-Up (W/ USC Conditioning Staff)||7:30 am - Technical Samba Soccer|
|11:00 am - Technical Training||8:00 am - Breakfast||8:00 am - Breakfast|
|12:00 pm - Lunch||9:00 am - Technical/Tactical Session||9:00 am - Technical Challenges & Competitions|
|1:45 pm - Guest Speaker||12:00 pm - Lunch||12:00 pm - Lunch|
|2:30 pm - Tactical Training||1:30 pm - Guest Speaker||1:00 pm - Guest Speaker|
|3:15 pm - Game Situations||2:30 pm - Tactical Session||1:30 pm - Recruiting Q&A|
|4:45 pm - Dinner||3:00 pm - Game Situation Training||2:00 pm - Tactical Session|
|6:30 pm - Evening Games||4:45 pm - Dinner||3:00 pm - Final Games|
|9:00 pm - Q&A w/ College Players||6:30 pm - Evening Games||4:30 pm - Checkout|
|11:00 pm - Lights Out||8:00 pm - All-Star Game|
|11:00 pm - Lights Out|