Big Rapids, Mich. - The Ferris State University women's soccer program will be holding three separate camps this summer to help kids ages 6-18 better their soccer skill set.
The Bulldog Individual Camp is for boys and girls ages 10-13 and runs from June 29-July 1. The individual camp offers a great balance of learning and having fun. It is geared toward the player that wants to improve their skills and is looking for a total camp experience.
The Bulldog Elite Training Camp for young women ages 13-18 will take place from July 20-22. The mission of this camp is to invite young women to train with collegiate soccer players. They use the same training techniques that the FSU women's soccer team implements on a daily basis. The campers will be taught areas of technical and tactical skills, reading the game, and the speed of play. Specialized goalkeeping sessions will be offered as well.
Finally, the Junior Bulldog Day Camp will be offered for boys and girls ages 6-12. The camp starts July 30 and runs until August 3. The day camp is geared toward the youth soccer players looking to develop their skills and have fun. The camp will help their development in passing, receiving and shooting with small and large sided games. It offers full and half day opportunities.
For more information on the summer camps, click here.