AUM Women's soccer to host winter camp in February | Events
The Auburn University at Montgomery women's soccer program and the Jamey Newsome Soccer Academy will host a two-day Winter Camp on February 16-17, 2013, at the AUM Soccer Complex.
The event is open to girls ages 15 and older and features a specifically designed curriculum that will feature only the best and most effective techniques available. All instruction will be conducted by college coaches who will put you through the paces of a typical college preseason routine. Campers will play with and against current and former AUM Soccer players, who are there to show you what the next level is all about, while giving you the chance to become more familiar with the elite college level. All coaches will be available after each session to answer any questions you may have on a "one-on-one" basis.
The Academy setting will challenge the field players in attacking skills, speed of play, and quick decision making through small-sided, 11 vs. 11 matches. The goalkeepers will be challenged through individual exercises, as well as full-sided activities.
Newsome recently finished his third season with the Warhawks and sports a 31-21-3 record. Prior to AUM Newsome coached at Georgia Southern University, as well as, USC Upstate. He was also a Director for Darlington Soccer Academy and for Cannons Soccer Club. He is currently a staff member for the Olympic Development Program in Alabama and formally for Georgia Soccer Association. He possesses a "B" Coaching License from the United States Soccer Federation and is an instructor for the E & D coaching license, as well as, youth module license.
Registration for the camp is $75 and space is limited.
Source: AUM Sports Information Director
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