2003 Oregon Soccer Camp Information

Feb. 6, 2003

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Residential Camp


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

What to bring
Soccer ball, sufficient athletic clothing for 5 days activities, molded cleat soccer shoes, indoor soccer shoes, comfortable walking/running shoes, shinguards, raingear, towel, equipment bag/backpack, water bottle, toiletries, fan, alarm clock. Campers will not require any money except for snacks and U of O souvenirs.

Meals and Lodging
All residential campers and staff are housed in the University of Oregon Dorms and eat in the U of O Dining Halls. Each camper will be assigned a roommate. Roommate requests may be submitted on the application. Dorm supervision will be done by our adult staff members.

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 2 minutes from campus.

Key Deposit
No key deposit is required - however, campers will be billed for lost keys/re-keying.

Airport Shuttle Service/Saturday Arrival
Housing for Saturday prior to camp and shuttle service from the Eugene (15 min.) and Portland (2 hr.) Airports is available upon request. There will be a charge for either of these features. Please call for details.

Day Camp


8:30   Arrival/warm-up9:00   Skills training10:00  Tactical training11:00  Games12:00  Dismissal/pick-up

What to Bring
Soccer ball, suitable 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 2 minutes from campus.

Registration and checkout details will be sent to applicants in their confirmation letter.

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.

The University of Oregon recognizes the specialized needs of goalkeeper training. Goalkeepers will be trained with teams as well as receive individualized training in separate sessions by staff coaches with goalkeeping coaching and playing experiences.

Camp Directors

Bill Steffen
Head Coach * U of O
NSCAA National Staff Coach
Former Assistant Coach * UNC
Ph.D Candidate * Sport Psychology
Former Pro Player

Jon Kiester
Assistant Coach * U of O
Former Assistant Coach * Baylor Univ.
Former Pro Player (Hawaii Tsunami)
USSF & NSCAA Coaching Licenses

Staff and Facilities
The staff of the University of Oregon Soccer Camp will consist of current and former U of O players as well as college coaches.

The facilities used by the U of O camp and campers will include:- Pap� 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;- and the Ed Moshofsky Sports Center, a state of the art 140-yard by 70- yard indoor field.

How to Contact Us

Office Phone: (541) 346-5363
TTY: (541) 346-5418
Mailing Address: 2727 Leo Harris Parkway, Eugene, Oregon 97401


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