Keever And Simon Earn All-Pac-12 Honors
The Pac-12 Conference announced the winners of the 2016 women's soccer postseason awards today, with Washington forward Kimberly Keever earning All-Pac-12 Second Team honors, and junior Shannon Simon receiving honorable mention. Read More
Washington Girls Soccer Camps
Welcome to Washington Girls Soccer Camps. We are committed to providing a camp that is both instructional and informational along with creating a great atmosphere to learn! The coaching staff at the University of Washington is dedicated to the development and growth of soccer players of all ages and skill levels. We are committed to providing a positive and instrumental learning experience for all camps.
The University of Washington Pre-Season Prospect Camp is designed to educate future student-athletes on the expectations of Division I programs through a first-hand experience. During camp, a small group of campers will experience two days in the life of a Division I student-athlete going through the rigors of preseason. Participants will have the opportunity to be coached and evaluated by the UW women’s soccer staff, Lesle Gallimore, Amy Griffin and Nikki Washington, as well as partake in field, classroom and lifting sessions. The camp will introduce the students to the high-intensity work ethic required to excel at the collegiate level. Curriculum for training and lifting sessions, as well as lectures, is designed for elite players. Each session will teach players the speed of play required, how to deal with pressure, understanding the strengths and weaknesses of different systems, as well as how to navigate the fitness and nutritional aspects of the college experience. Campers will also have the unique opportunity to watch the current University of Washington team as they prepare for their 2018 season.
University of Washington Fall Clinic09/28/2018 ~ Friday Registration Ends: 09/28/2018$60.00 | Husky Soccer Field - University of Washington 3924 Montlake Blvd NE, Seattle, WA 98195
2019-2022 Graduates | Starts: 9:00am / Ends: 2:00pm
The University of Washington Fall Clinic is designed to educate future student-athletes on the expectations of Division I programs through a first-hand experience. During the clinic, campers will experience a day in the life of Division I student-athlete. Participants will have the opportunity to be coached and evaluated by the UW womens soccer staff, Lesle Gallimore, Amy Griffin and Nikki Washington. The camp will introduce the students to the high-intensity work ethic required to excel at the collegiate level. Campers will also have the unique opportunity to observe the current University of Washington team practice. The UW Womens Soccer Fall Clinic is an great experience for aspiring collegiate athletes.
08:30am ... Check in
09:00am ... Watch Husky Training
10:00am-11:30am ... Training Session
11:30am-12:30pm ... Lunch
12:30pm-01:30pm ... Campus Tour
01:30pm-02:00pm ... Talk with Head Coach Lesle Gallimore
Equipment: Each Camper must bring own soccer equipment, including ball
Open to ALL Entrants within the age range.
Conibear Shellhouse: Please arrive 15 minutes early for Check-In. If you are dropping off do not turn left and park in E-1, but continue to follow road to the right until you come to a stop sign. Conibear Shellhouse is the Building on your left with olive green siding. All parking is free on Sundays. You may be able to find parking closer to Conibear but occasionally they are full.
Camp Waiver Information
Must be completed and turned in at registration check in in order to participate.
This is not an overnight camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.
What if I have to cancel a camp? We recommend "Cancellation Protection"
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, since this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.