Dec. 8, 2010
FRESNO, Calif. - The Fresno State coaching staff announced the slate of camps for the 2010 winter break. The camps are designed to offer something for just about everyone including a younger age goalkeeper clinic for the first time.
"We are excited to announce this latest set of camps," Said head coach Brian Zwaschka, "Developing youth soccer in the Valley is a definite priority of ours. We feel like this set of camps provides for everyone, from those just learning the game at our Young Dogs camps, to those who are looking towards playing at the elite college level at our College ID Camp."
The Fresno State ID Camp will be on Dec. 20. This camp is designed for high school age girls who are looking to play soccer on the collegiate level. The cost of the camp is $50 and includes two sessions.
The Youth Development Camp is Dec. 21-23. This camp is for boys and girls, who are 10-14 years old. The camp is designed for players to fine tune their basic skills while learning more advanced techniques and small group attacking and defending. The cost of this camp is $99.
The Young Dogs Camp will also run Dec. 21-23 and is an action packed camp for players 4-10 years old. The camp is designed to teach basic skills through fun games. The cost of this camp is $99.
The Youth Goalkeeper Clinic is for boys and girls aged 10-14. It will be held on Dec. 29. This clinic is designed to teach the basics skills of goalkeeping to the novice and develop the shot-stopping and distribution of the more experienced goalkeeper. The cost of this camp is $25.
"We Are Your Team!" The Fresno State Bulldogs are headed to the uDrove Humanitarian Bowl in Boise, Idaho on Dec. 18. Click on the ticket icon at the top of this page for more information.
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