Registration Open for Men's Soccer Camps

Head coach Dwayne Shaffer and the men's soccer team will offer both youth and ID camps this summer.
 
Head coach Dwayne Shaffer and the men's soccer team will offer both youth and ID camps this summer.
 

May 10, 2013

Men's Soccer Camps Registration

DAVIS, Calif. - The UC Davis men's soccer program and head coach Dwayne Shaffer will offer both youth and age 14+ Individual Development soccer camps on campus this summer.

Registration is available online at www.ucdavissportscamps.com/menssoccer. Both camps include a UC Davis men's soccer t-shirt. Campers should bring a snack and/or lunch, water bottle, sunscreen and appropriate soccer apparel.

The ID clinics are open for all boys ages 14-and-up. There are four sessions available - June 29, June 30, Aug. 3 and Aug. 4. Each session, which runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., costs $135 individually, but campers can sign up for back-to-back sessions for $195.

The ID clinics provide an excellent opportunity for campers to develop skills in a competitive environment while receiving a high level of soccer training from the UC Davis men's soccer coaching staff and players. The clinic curriculum includes individual instruction, drills and full-field 11 vs. 11 matches for personal evaluation in a team setting. The training schedule is designed to prepare players to compete at the college level.

"We have been holding ID clinics for a long time at UC Davis," said Shaffer, in his 16th season with the Aggies. "It's always been a great way for players to get a look at our program, refine some skils and compare themselves against some of the best players in the region."

The youth camp, open for players ages 5-12, will be held from June 24-28 and run from 9 a.m. to noon each day. The cost of the youth camp is $150. 

Both UC Davis men's soccer coaches and players will help with individual player development, both technical and tactical, through age appropriate drills in a fun environment. 


 

 

"Our youth camp is an exciting way for players in the area to learn from Div. I college players and coaches," Shaffer added.