LEWISTON, Maine — With its first Summer Identification Camp sold out, Bobcat Men’s Soccer Camps has added a second session, slated for July 25-26.
The camps, located on the beautiful campus of Bates College, are dedicated to providing professional soccer instruction in a positive atmosphere that maximizes skill development.
Go to Bobcat Men's Soccer Camps for all camp details and staff profiles. Staff from Lehigh University, the University of New England and St. Joseph's College of Maine are confirmed for the second session.
The coaching staff at Bates prides itself on teaching the game of soccer to players of all ages and ability levels. All camps are taught by Bates coaching staff Bates players. The mechanics and drills that are taught at our camps are the same ones used with the Bobcats. Bobcat Men’s Soccer Camps are determined to provide the best possible learning experience for our campers.
“We are excited to launch a second session of our Summer Identification Camp for Bates men’s soccer,” said head coach Stewart Flaherty. “It will allow high school players who aspire to play in college the chance to compete in a college-like atmosphere for a couple of days. Myself and several other college coaches will staff the camp and also watch the boys play in the tournament during the camp.”