UO Girls' Soccer Camp Information

2001 Oregon Girls' Soccer Camps

Sat., July 30 - Fri., Aug. 3 Day Camp (Ages 8-14)
Sun., July 8 - Thu., July 12 Residential Camp (Ages 12-18)

  • AGES: 8-14 (Day Camp): 12-18 (Residential Camp)

  • DATES:
    • July 8 - July 12 (Residential Camp)
    • July 30 - Aug. 3 (Day Camp)

  • COST:
    • Residential Camp (resident) $350 ($150 deposit)
    • Residential Camp (commuter) $275 ($150 deposit)
    • Day Camp $100 ($30 deposit)

  • REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Open until camp is filled.

  • LOCATION: University of Oregon campus
    • Pape' Field, home of the Ducks and one of the finest playing surfaces in the country
    • The Len Casanova Athletic Center, with an outstanding training room/medical facility
    • The Ed Moshofsky Sports Center, a state of the art 140x70 yard indoor practice field.

    Bill Steffen
    2727 Leo Harris Parkway
    Eugene, Oregon 97401
    Phone: 541-346-5292, FAX: (541) 346-2244
    E-mail: steffen@oregon.uoregon.edu
    TTY: (541) 346-5418

  • CAMP ALSO INCLUDES:Meals and lodging in the University of Oregon dormitories and dining halls. Roommate requests may be submitted on the application.
    • T-Shirt
    • Water Bottle
    • Opportunity to order Camp Ball (see application at end)
    • Coaching by Division 1 athletes and coaches

  • EMPHASIS: The University of Oregon Girls' Soccer Camps are dedicated to providing the best soccer experience for young soccer players. The camps will allow a challenging and fun environment for young athletes. The curriculum is designed to foster development in female soccer players of all ages and abilities.



    • Bill Steffen
      • Head Coach-University of Oregon
      • NSCAA National Staff Coach
      • Former Asst. Coach-University of North Carolina
      • Former Pro Player
      • Ph.D. Candidate: Sport Psychology

    • John Kiester
      • Assistant Coach-University of Oregon
      • Former Asst. Coach-Baylor University
      • Former Pro Player (Hawai`i Tsunami)
      • USSF and NSCAA Coaching Licence

    • Keri Raygor
      • Assistant Coach-University of Oregon
      • U.S. National Team Player
      • 4-year NCAA Champions-University of North Carolina
      • Captain-University of North Carolina 1994
      • USSF 'B' License
      • WUSA Pro Player (Boston Breakers)


Residential 7:15    breakfast8:30    demonstration/warm up9:00    technical training12:00   lunch1:30    tactical training5:00    dinner6:30    matches9:00    camp meeting, snacks, videos11:00   lights out

Day camp8:30 Arrival/warm up9:00 Skills training10:00 Tactical training11:00 Games12:00 Dismissal/pick up

CONFIRMATION LETTER: Details for registration and check out will be sent to you with your confirmation letter.


For Residential: soccer ball, sufficient athletic clothing for 5 days activities, molded cleat soccer shoes, indoor soccer shoes, comfortable walking/running shoes, shinguards, raingear. towel, swimsuit, equipment bag/backpack, toiletries, fan, alarm clock. Campers will not require any money except for snacks and UO souvenirs.

For Day Camp: soccer ball, suitable athletic clothing, soccer shoes, water bottle, shinguards, sneakers, raingear.

MEDICAL CARE: A staff of full time trainers will be on duty to administer to minor injuries and ailments. For more serious injuries, Sacred Heart Hospital is five minutes from campus.

KEY DEPOSIT: No key deposit is required - however, campers will be billed for lost keys/re-keying.

AIRPORT SHUTTLE SERVICE: Shuttle service from the Eugene and Portland Airports is available upon request. There will be a charge for shuttle service. Please call for details.

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON PROFILE: The University of Oregon, established in 1876, is located in Eugene, Oregon, a large college town of over 130,000 residents. Eugene is situated in the middle of the Willamette Valley.

The University of Oregon has an undergraduate population of 17,350 students currently enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences or six other professional schools and colleges.

University of Oregon soccer student-athletes have been honored academically by the Pac-10 (two First Team All Academic) and the National Soccer Coaches' Association of America (three West Region All Academic Team members). As a team, the UO Women's Soccer program has been honored by the NSCAA for our outstanding academic achievement.

The University of Oregon made the top-six list of America's 100 most wired colleges and is No. 1 among public universities in the nation, according to YAHOO! Internet Life magazine.

In the 'Best Buys' list of 43 public and private schools in the 1998 edition of The Fiske Guide to Colleges, the University of Oregon is only one of three on the West Coast and only one of four schools west of the Mississippi River to make the list.

________________________________________________________UO GIRLS' SOCCER CAMP APPLICATIONPlease Fill Out Completely________________________________________________________

INSTRUCTIONS: Please complete this form and mailit back with your deposit of $150/residential or $30/daycamper (50% refundable upon cancellation by 6/1). Pleasemake checks out to UO Girls' Soccer Camp. A discount of$15 will be given full payments received by June 1st(residential camp ONLY).

TEAMS: a $25 discount will be given topre-registered teams of 8 or more. Please call fordetails (541-346-5292)

**Parents: don't forget to read and sign the bottomof the form.

_________________________________________________________Player Name


_________________________________________________________City State Zip DOB

_________________________________________________________Home phone#

_________________________________________________________High School Team Club Team Position(s)

Shirt Size (Circle Youth / Adult AND S / M / L / XL)

I will be purchasing a Camp Soccer Ball ($20) Y N

I will bring my own ball. Y N

_________________________________________________________Roommate Requested



________________________________________________________Insurance Company

________________________________________________________Policy Number

Please indicate any relevant medical conditions your childmay have (attach a separate sheet if necessary):




_________________________________________________________EMERGENCY INFORMATION_________________________________________________________


_________________________________________________________Home Phone Work


I/We, the undersigned, hereby certify that I (we) am (are)the parent or legal guardian of the camper. I hereby givepermission for the staff of the camp to seek during theperiod of the camp appropriate medical attention for thecamper and for the medical attention to be given and forthe camper to receive medical attention in the event ofaccident, injury, or illness. I will be responsible forany and all costs of medical attention and treatment,except for that covered by the camp's excess medical policy.

I/We, the undersigned, for ourselves, our heirs, executors,and administrators, waive, release and forever dischargethe UO Soccer Camps and the University of Oregon and itsstaff, officers, agents, employees, representatives,successors, and assigns from any and all liability, claims,demands, actions, and causes of actions whatsoever arisingout of or related to any loss, personal injury, or propertydamage that may be sustained or occur during participationin camp activities or while at the camp.

__________________________________________________________Player's Signature Date

__________________________________________________________Parent/Guardian's Signature Date


FOR OFFICE USE Date rec.________ Amt. Rec.________

Chk #________ Team ____________ Early____________

University of Oregon Girls' Soccer Camp
2727 Leo Harris Parkway
Eugene, OR 97401
(541) 346-5506

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