|Women's Soccer Links|
|About the Camps & Clinics|
| Coaching Staff
Head Coach Erica Dambach
|Location & Housing|
|Enrollment and Refund Policies|
|Team Camp Enrollment Guidelines|
Soccer Winter ID Clinic, January 7 & 8The main focus of the Penn State Soccer Winter ID Clinic is to provide a high quality off-season teaching opportunity and competition. All players will have an opportunity to improve their individual skills and techniques while developing team concepts in game play under the supervision of the Penn State coaching staff and other college coaches. The clinic will also provide lectures on how to evaluate play in game film and sport performance information.
The clinic will focus on the technical and tactical aspects of the game for all positional players in a fun and competitive environment. The clinic will include competitive games. During this competitive portion, teams will be able to showcase their skills and what they learned. Each player will receive a link to gain access to a Drop Box with video of the games.
Features of the Soccer Winter ID Clinic:
Instruction by Penn State coaches
Games played on field turf
Certified trainers for instruction and all games
Who: Grades 8-12, girls
$195 (includes instruction, games and camp shirt)
January 7 -- 8:00 AM to 9:30 PM, Holuba Hall
January 8 -- 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Holuba Hall
Meals: Participants are responsible for their own meals and lodging. Water will be provided.
Where: Holuba Hall
Holuba Hall is located off McKean Road next to Orange Lot F. All registrants are asked to arrive between 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. to check in with clinic personnel. In case of inclement weather, you will be contacted by e-mail concerning any changes or cancellation.
AccommodationsParticipants are responsible for their own housing arrangements. A list of hotels, as well as additional information and maps, can be found here.
Check this site often; information regarding particular accommodations may be updated.
Equipment -- Participants should bring cleats, shin guards, indoor and outdoor soccer shoes, a soccer ball and water bottle. Goalkeepers should bring all necessary gear. Shin guards are mandatory for all sessions.
NOTE: You must bring a soccer ball.
Penn State Sport Camps
Amy Gardner House
University Park, PA 16802
In accordance with NCAA guidelines, all Penn State University Sport Camps and Clinics are open to any and all entrants, limited only by specified number, age, grade level and/or gender of its participants.