GW Women's Soccer to Host Spring ID Clinic on April 15
Colonials Camp Open to Players Ages 15-19
March 12, 2012
The Spring ID Clinic is open to players, grades 9-12, and is designed to develop skills in the areas of passing and receiving, finishing, attacking and group tactics. The camp will also provide goalkeeper training, where players will receive instruction in the areas of footwork, handling, advanced shot stopping, crosses and distribution.
Players will have the opportunity to participate in training sessions and games, as well as “college talk”, which will include a NCAA rules session and a player question and answer panel.
Scheduled for Sunday, April 15 from 9 a.m.–4 p.m., the cost of the Spring ID Clinic is $100 per participant. Registration is open to the first 50 participants, and all campers will receive a GW soccer t-shirt. The camp is open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age and grade level.
Participants can register by mail or online at www.GWsports.com. Checks can be made payable to George Washington Women’s Soccer.
For more information on the Spring ID Clinic, please contact GW assistant coach Marla Nelson at 202-994-7262 or email@example.com.
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