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July 2018

SUNY Geneseo Soccer Girls Residential/Commuter Goalkeeper Camp

07/08/2018 - 07/11/2018 ~ Sunday - Wednesday Registration Ends: 07/11/2018$375.00 - $450.00 | SUNY Geneseo Campus 1 College Circle, Geneseo, NY 14454


The Geneseo Girl's Resident/Commuter Goal Keeper Camp is based upon providing players the basic skills and concepts that we have identified in our program here at Geneseo as being essential in their development as a player. Technical training is an integral component of each session as along with incorporating that skill into the context of the game. Our desire is to see you "use the skill in the game". Basic tactical concepts related to attacking and defensive principles are also incorporated through small sided games and League Games.


Residents - $450.00
Commuter - $375.00

General Information

3:00-5:00pm: Registration check in
5:00-6:00pm: Dinner
6:30-8:00pm: Field Session


08:00-09:00am: Breakfast
09:30-10:00am: Camp Demonstration
10:00-11:45am: Technical Training
12:00-01:00pm: Lunch
01:00-02:30pm: Rest time
02:30-04:00pm: Tactical Training
04:00-04:45pm: Swimming (optional)
05:00-06:00pm: Dinner
06:30-08:00pm: Evening Game
08:00-08:30pm: Daily Camp Wrap up
08:30-10:30pm: Free time in Dorm
10:30-10:30pm: Lights Out


08:00-09:00am: Breakfast
09:30-10:00am: Camp Demonstration
10:00-11:30am: Game
11:30-12:00pm: Final Camp Wrap up
12:00pm: Departure


Goalkeeper Training:
Goal keepers will train together in the morning session and then be integrated into the afternoon session with the field players. They will be assigned to a field in the evening for "League Games". They will have all their meals with the Residents Camp and be a part of all other off field activities and sessions.


Group Discount:
Six or more players from the same team qualify for a group discount.
Day Camp Discount: $15 per player
Residents Camp Discount: $25 per player
In order to receive the group discount you must contact the Nathan Wiley, Camp Director, via e-mail: to receive the group discount code and other necessary information.


Family Discounts:
Second/third daughter receives $25.00 off registration fee.
In order to receive the family discount you must contact Nathan Wiley, Camp Director, via e-mail:


What to bring to the Residents Camp:
Water Bottle
Sun Screen
Cleats and turfs/sneakers for play on grass
Bag/backpack to carry gear to and from field
If you know you need your ankles tape or have any other medical issues you know need taken care of by a trainer prior to each session you need to bring the appropriate supplies.


Team Training:
Our Day and Resident Camps are not designed as team camps. We will not put all six (or more) players together on the same camp team unless specifically noted and discussed with Camp Director prior to the start of camp. What we will do is put two or three of them together on different camp teams. We will not put any of the campers by themselves.


Commuter Free Time: Commuters are able to hang out in the lounge areas of our dorm or in a dorm room of one of their friends or teammates.


Camp Director: Nate Wiley

Nate Wiley begins his 13th season as head coach of the SUNY Geneseo women's soccer program after taking over the position in January of 2006. He enters the 2018 season with a record of 130-68-29 (.637), while guiding the Knights to SUNYAC Championship titles and NCAA Division III Tournament appearances in 2009, 2014 and the previous season in 2017.  This culminated in the team finishing in the Sweet 16, only the second time in program history.  Wiley also received USC Regional Coaching Staff of the year honors for the second time in his career.


Outstanding Staff
Each camper will be provided with excellent instruction from college coaches as well assistance from our very experienced college players. Staff has been selected for their enthusiasm for soccer and for the campers.


Camp Philosophy
Our goal is to not only make better soccer players, but for them to have fun doing it. We will be teaching individual ball skills, some team tactics and positional play, all while having fun. We want everyone to leave our camp realizing why this is the most popular sport in the world. Campers will be divided by age and ability to maximize both learning and enjoyment.


Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way we communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you signed up for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.



Registration will take place from 3-5 in the dorm that we will be assigned The first field session will begin at 6:30 PM.

Commuters are to be dropped off before 9:30 a.m. each morning for the Camp Demonstration and picked up by 8:30 p.m. each evening.


Waiver Information

Certified Athletic Trainers present at all times at the camp. The trainer will be available to meet with you Sunday afternoon at Registration if you have any questions or concerns.



All meals will be served in the Mary Jemison Dining facility, beginning with dinner on Sunday evening and commencing with breakfast on Wednesday morning.



We will be housed all in the same dormitory on the North side of campus, closest to our training facility and dining facility. We will be the only inhabitants of our dormitory during the length of the camp.


Miscellaneous Information

Refund Policy: Campers who cancel or withdraw from camp will receive their payment back minus the $40 non-refundable deposit.