The Ferris State University Soccer Academy will be hosting three camps for boys and girls this summer for those individuals seeking skill development and a fun educational experience.
Ferris State head coach Matt Kellogg and members of the Bulldog women's soccer team will be stressing technical skill and tactical development through various training sessions.
The first camp, Junior Bulldog Day Camp, will be held from June 20-24 for boys and girls ages 6-12. The Bulldog Elite Training Camp, featuring specialized goalkeeping sessions, will take place July 22-24 for girls within the 13-18 age group. The Bulldog Individual Camp is slated for Aug. 5-7 and includes specialized goalkeeping sessions for boys and girls ages 10-13.
Please make checks payable to Ferris State University and mail to: Soccer Academy, Ferris State University, 210 Sports Dr., Big Rapids, MI. 49307. Cost is $80 half day morning or $115 full day for the Junior Bulldog Day Camp. The Bulldog Elite Training Camp is $270 resident and $200 commuter. The Bulldog Individual Middle School Camp is $225 per resident and $175 per commuter.
Limited space is availabe and there's a $50 non-refundable deposit for all camps. All campers will receive a ball and t-shirt.
A highlight of the Junior Bulldog Day Camp will be lunch at FSU's newly-renovated and award winning Rock Cafe.
Information and a registration form for the 2011 Ferris State Soccer Academy's Summer Camps is available by clicking on this link.
For more information on all of Ferris State University's athletics camps including complete dates and costs, please visit the FSU camps website at www.ferrisstatebulldogs.com/camps or call (866) 950-2267. Any camp-related questions can also be emailed to email@example.com. Online registration is available via the camp website.
Please visit this link for the FSU Athletics Camps Website: