Cowgirl Soccer to Host Summer Camps
2017 Camp Flyer
LARAMIE, Wyo. – Wyoming women’s soccer head coach Pete Cuadrado will host three
camps this summer for players ranging from preschool through high school. The
Future Pokes Camp (June 5-8 and July 24-27), the ID/Individual Camp (July 23-26)
and the Team Camp (July 23-26) will take place at the Louis S. Madrid Soccer
Complex and the Indoor Practice Facility.
The two sessions of the Future Pokes Camp will run from June
5-8 and July 24-27. The camp is for boys and girls aged 4-13. The four to six
year olds will be coached from 9-11 a.m. MT with a cost of $95, while the seven
to 13 year olds will be instructed from 9 a.m., to noon for a cost of $135. The
camp is intended for players looking to expand their skills in a fun and
The ID/Individual camp will take place July 23-26 and is for
girls and boys aged 12-17. The cost of the camp with housing accommodations is
$420, or for commuter campers the cost is $365. The Team Camp will also run
from July 23-26 with the same age groups. The cost for teams staying overnight is
$340, or $295 for commuters. Both camps are set up for players interested in
playing collegiate soccer. Some of the best coaches in the surrounding area,
including Wyoming staff, will train and evaluate campers over four days through
small-sided technical activities and full-field scrimmages.
Those interested can register at wyomingsoccercamps.com. For
more information or questions regarding the 2017 summer camps, please contact
assistant coach Matt Callaway at email@example.com.