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Team Camp

July 17-19, 2020    $265    Boys High School Soccer Teams

This camp is for high school teams interested in receiving both high level coaching as well as intentional team development. The Messiah Men's Soccer Program believes that championship teams grow from deep roots of team chemistry, combined with a fierce competitive drive to be excellent. Throughout the three days of this camp your team will be challenged both on and off the field in preparation for your upcoming season.

Each team will receive high level coaching from one of the members of our elite Academy Coaching Staff. The appointed coach will take the lead on training sessions, giving you as a coach the opportunity to step back and watch your team train "The MESSIAH WAY." The evening sessions will allow you the opportunity to play 11vs11 against other teams that are attending camp. You will play multiple games against different opponents throughout the weekend.

Goalkeeper Training: We offer an excellent goalkeeper training section as part of our Team Camp. They train exclusively as goalkeepers for a portion of each session and then work with their team for competitions and games. Sign up for goalkeeper training during the online registration process.

Registration:
If you wish to reserve a spot for your team, have your coach contact Camp Director Aaron Faro at [email protected] .  Only individuals whose high school teams have reserved a spot at the camp can register for the camp.  Individuals that are unattached to a high school team that has reserved a place at Team Camp are unable to sign up for this camp.

TESTIMONIAL FROM HIGH SCHOOL COACH:

Aaron,

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and your staff once again. We had a team meeting Sunday to discuss the upcoming season, and all the players comments concerning the team camp were complimentary. I have been coaching high school boys for the past 20 years, and during that time I have sent players to many different camps. I can honestly say that I have never experienced coaches and college players that have displayed such patience, sincerity, and compassion for the campers. We have a young and inexperienced team this year, and John and Benji did a great job with them. Chris and I also appreciated our time with Coach McCarty on Saturday afternoon.

Take Care and God Bless,

Dave Klinger, (Selinsgrove Asst. Coach)

 
Schedule:
Friday
12:00-01:30pm Camp Registration
02:00-04:00pm Afternoon Training Session
04:30-05:30pm Dinner
05:45-08:30pm Evening Games #1 and #2
08:30-09:30pm Team Activity
10:45-11:00pm On Floor
11:15-11:15pm Lights Out and Quiet

Saturday
07:00-08:00am Breakfast
08:30-12:00pm Team Activity and Morning Training Session
12:00-1:00pm Lunch
02:30-04:00pm Afternoon Training Session
04:30-05:30pm Dinner
05:45-08:30pm Evening Games #3 and #4
08:30-09:30pm Team Activity
10:45-11:00pm On Floor
11:15-11:15pm Lights Out and Quiet

Sunday:
07:00-08:00am Breakfast
08:00-08:45am Optional Chapel
08:45-09:30am Check out of room
10:00-11:30am Final Training and Games
11:
30-12:00pm Camp Closing
12:00pm Dismissal

What to Bring
• Bring a water bottle to take to field sessions. We provide water, but not cups.
• Footwear: Molded cleats, sneakers, flip flops, and turf shoes (if desired)
• Sunscreen
• Do not bring a soccer ball; we use our own.
• Each dorm resident will be provided with a towel, sheets, pillow, and a blanket.
• A backpack or small athletic bag to carry items between field sessions and the dorm, dining room, etc.

Meals

• Breakfast, lunch, and dinner is provided in Lottie Nelson Dining Hall where campers have access to the all-you-can-eat cafeteria. This includes a full salad bar, sandwich station, three main entree lines, full service drink bar, deserts, and ice cream.
• The first meal provided will be dinner Friday evening and the last meal provided will be breakfast Sunday morning. Campers will not be served lunch on Friday afternoon, but they will be able to purchase pizza, Gatorade, and other snacks after the evening session.

Food Allergies
• Lottie Nelson Dining Hall offers a variety of menu items daily that exclude the eight most common food allergens. These include Fish, Shellfish, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Wheat, Soy, Milk and Eggs.  Nutrition and allergen information is available 24/7 on line for the menu items and offerings served in the restaurants at Messiah College. The information is inclusive of nutritional data, ingredient data, and dietary allergens information. The Net Nutrition software program also allows for guests of the college to filter (exclude) allergens and or dietary menu preferences from the list of menu offerings. The menus are available on NetNutrition two weeks in advance:  www.messiah.edu/menu

Housing
• Rooming assignments are determined by the high school coach
• One coach or team representative from each school must be present throughout camp.
• If you have additional housing questions be sure to take a look at our FAQ page for some answers.

Athletic Training:
There will be a Certified Athletic Trainer present at all times at the camp. The trainer will be available to meet with you Friday afternoon at Registration if you have any questions or preexisting injuries.

Refund Policy:
Our Refund Policy is stated on our FAQ Page.

Please
check your email regularly as this is our primary way to communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via this e-mail address. 

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