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Clinics & ID Camps
Soccer ID Camp Men (16-19yrs)
The SFU men's soccer Identification Camp is designed to provide players an opportunity to showcase themselves by going through a variety of technical exercises, small-sided and full-sided games. Don’t miss out on this unique experience to interact and be coached by the SFU Mens Varsity Soccer Satff
Soccer ID Camp Women
The SFU Women’s Soccer ID camp is offered to female soccer players born in 2005, 2006 and 2007. This is a unique opportunity for players to showcase themselves and interact with the SFU coaching staff.
The camp also provides goalkeeper-specific training at every session, led by SFU goalkeeper coach Anna Picarelli.
"Our goal is to give players the platform to showcase their abilities to play at the collegiate level.”
Softball Prospects Camp (18U)
SFU Softball prospect camp will consist of skill evaluation in a competitive environment for high-level softball athletes. This is a chance to be evaluated by the SFU coaching staff, and an opportunity to work with current SFU student athletes. The camp will be split evenly with offense and defense.
Swim Camp | Stroke Clinic (8-18yrs)
We are very excited to offer a “Stroke clinic” during the spring break, you will have the unique opportunity to learn the stroke mechanics from the best coaches and the top canadian swimmers.
The clinic will be divided into four challenging abilities: Pulling, Kicking, Drills and Swim technique.
90 minutes session for each stroke: 30 minutes Activation + 30 minutes Stroke instruction and analysis + 30 minutes Starts & Turns
Volleyball Camp | Position Specific (12-17yrs)
The Position Specific Training camps are for female and male athletes entering grades 7-12 who have established a position on their respective school or club teams. Sessions will be led by SFU Head Coach, Gina Schmidt, and will focus on improving the techniques specific to certain positions. Limited spots will be available on a first-come/first-serve basis.
Volleyball ID Camp (13-18yrs)
These camps are designed for any high school athletes who are interested in playing post-secondary volleyball and who want to maintain their volleyball form over the spring break. Head SFU Volleyball Coach Gina Schmidt and her staff will lead a university-level training session that includes both skill development drills and gameplay.
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