March 26, 2014
Registration for the Georgetown Girls Summer Camp is now open. The summer camp will be held from Monday, July 15 to Wednesday, July 18 and is open for high school age girls.
The Georgetown Girls Soccer Camp is designed for motivated players on competitive club and high school teams who want to improve their skills and become better players and teammates. Sessions are developed to be challenging as well as enjoyable.
The cost of the camp is $640 per person.
All campers will be required to complete a physical exam report, consent to treat and other such forms as may be required by the camp. These forms will be posted on the camp website and sent directly following receipt of registration.
One of the unique experiences of the Georgetown Girls Soccer Camp is our small environment (approx.. 70 players), which allows for each coach to work with and evaluate every player in an intimate environment. At its core the Georgetown Girls Soccer Camp is a teaching camp and it is our goal that each player leaves camp with a little more knowledge and applicable skills.
All prospective campers must submit the completed registration portion of this brochure, which you can find here.
Applications will be processed on a first come, first serve basis until all sessions are filled. Accepted campers will receive a camp confirmation via email. More detailed information will be emailed at a later time. If after reviewing the information you have additional questions, please contact Win Puffer at 202-687-3173.
The camp sessions will be held on the Georgetown University campus. The campers will stay adjacent to the training facility in Georgetown dormitories and eat in our cafeteria. Campers will utilize the same facilities the Georgetown team uses during the year, including the state-of-the-art Multi-Sport Field.
Dave Nolan has been the head coach at Georgetown University for the past nine years and has enjoyed the success of three NCAA Tournament bids, including an Elite Eight run in 2010. He holds his USSF A License, NSCAA Premier, and KNVB Dutch License. He has developed players for the US Youth National Programs and served as an assistant for the U17 US National Team. He is a graduate of Seton Hall where he garnered numerous athletic and academic awards.
Nolan is assisted by Win Puffer, in his first year at Georgetown, and Kelly Keelan, also in her first year on the Hilltop.