HUWS Captain’s Camp
July 17-19, 2016
Every team needs leaders. Leaders set the tone, attitude, and work rate while influencing the team’s culture. Our goal is to develop athlete’s ability to positively lead their high school and club teams, on and off the field. Campers will work hard, play hard and have a blast alongside HUWS coaching staff and players! We look forward to seeing you this summer!
- Coach Burge, Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Huntington
Female soccer players in grades 10th-12th (grade next fall). This is a great opportunity for players interested in continuing their career at the collegiate level.
July 17 (Check-in between 12:30-1:00 p.m.) to July 19 (Check-out between 4-5 p.m.)
Huntington University’s Campus
This awesome three day, two night camp is for captains, and those looking to develop their leadership skills! Athletes will spend time strengthening their leadership style both on and off the field, while led by HUWS athletes and coaches. We’ll spend plenty of time on the pitch working all facets of the game, a bit of time listening to guest speakers, and of course lots of time eating good food, developing new friendships and establishing leadership skills that will lay the foundation for a lifetime!
Cost & Payment:
$395, which includes housing, meals, leadership sessions, t-shirt and a ball. $345 through the month of May!
Make Check Payable to:
Huntington University (HUWS Captains’ Camp on the memo line)
Mail Check to:
Women’s Soccer Office
c/o Amanda Burge
2303 College Ave.
Huntington, IN 46750
Got questions? Call the Athletic Office at (260) 359-4212 or shoot us an email at email@example.com.
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