|About the Camps|
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Penn State Men's soccer has been under a record breaking run since Bob Warming became the head coach in 2010. Penn State has had soccer for 105 seasons and many records have been broken during Coach Warming's tenure. The team has never been out of first place, not even one week, in the Big 10 Conference from October 2012 to November 2014. Andrew Wolverton became the all-time shutout goalkeeper in school history. Wolverton was in the net as the team set the single season and career record for shutouts over the last four years. Wolverton was drafted into MLS by MLS champions LA Galaxy. In 2013, the team led the Big 10 in scoring again. In 2014, Sophomore Conor Maloney was named Big 10 offensive player-of-the year after leading the Big 10 in goals. Also, Coach Warming, the veteran coach who has been National Coach of the Year twice in NCAA Division 1 was named Big Ten Coach of the Year in 2013 and 2012.
Warming's reputation for developing players in his summer camps has equaled his team's rise on the playing field. Campers come to experience the inspirational demonstrations, demanding exercises and fun-filled competitions. Visit the educational soccer site TheTriangleTrainingMethod.com that Coach Warming has developed to assist coaches and players with improving their game.
Dear Parents and Campers,
Thank you for considering our Penn State Soccer Camps. We strive to have the most competitive, instructional and fun camp for your son to experience. I have run youth summer camps for over 30 years. We run our camps with the same attention to detail and dedication as our own Big Ten Championship program.
To those of you who have sent a son to one of our past camps, thank you for your continued loyalty; rest assured that your child's camp experience will be every bit as rewarding. We have a proven method of player development that has enabled at least one of our collegiate players to be drafted into MLS every year since MLS began except one. It is a collegiate record we are proud to uphold as we look forward to helping many more players achieve their dreams. Those considering sending a child for the first time should know that the camper's safety and welfare are our top priority and that your child will receive top level instruction, demonstrations and inspiration from a staff that loves coaching and teaching soccer!
All the best,
Head Soccer Coach
|MEN'S SOCCER 2015 SUMMER CAMP DATES|
|Goal Scoring/Goalkeeper Camp||July 6-9, 2015||REGISTER | Tentative Schedule|
|Collegiate Identification/Team Camp||July 11-14, 2015||REGISTER | Tentative Schedule|
|2015 MEN'S SOCCER CLINIC DATES|
|ONE DAY ID CLINIC||March 7, 2015||Cost: $115; Ages: 9th grade and up | REGISTER|
|ONE DAY ID CLINIC||April 26, 2015||Cost: $115; Ages: 9th grade and up | REGISTER|
|ONE DAY ID CLINIC||August 8, 2015||Cost: $115; Ages: 9th grade and up | REGISTER|
|MULTIPLE CAMP/SESSION REGISTRATION AVAILABLE|
|TO REGISTER FOR MULTIPLE CAMPS/SESSIONS, EVEN OF THE SAME SPORT...||...CLICK HERE!|
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