Boys and girls will come away from these camps with instruction on the technical aspects of the game of soccer which includes: dribbling, passing, receiving, and shooting. Each camper will also learn tactics depending on their skill level which could include: combination play (wall pass), formations, and shape. Daily activities include: daily topic, fun warm up, teaching of a technique/skill (passing, receiving, dribbling, and shooting), fun game to incorporate the skill, small game, full game, review.
Participants should bring a water bottle, shin guards, soccer boots and their own soccer ball.
July 20-23, 2015
Aug. 17-20, 2015
July 20-23, 2015
July 27-30, 2015
Jason Gantt enters his fifth season at the helm of Sierra College’s Soccer program after leading the Wolverines to the sweet 16 in playoffs in 2009 and 2010. Gantt spent 6 years at Sacramento State running the Men’s soccer camps and serving as the top assistant coach. Gantt holds a USSF “A” License and coaches at the Regional ODP level. Gantt currently coaches club soccer in the Placer United Soccer Club. Gantt played four years at Sacramento State and captained a MPSF championship team in 2001. Gantt also spent two years in the USL–Pro league with the California Gold and won a National Championship with FC Sacramento in the PASL Indoor League. Gantt obtained his Masters degree in 2007 in Kinesiology and Sports Performance.
Other Staff: Sierra College Women's Soccer Team; Crystal Howard, USSF ‘C’ License; Coach Bryan Glass, Asst. Sierra College coach
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Refund Policy: If requested 7 days prior to the start of camp, a refund will be granted less a non-refundable $15 processing fee.
For further information, call Sierra College Community Education Phone: (916) 781-6280 Fax: (916) 781-6257 Website: www.sccommed.org
NOTE: Participants should be dressed in comfortable athletic shorts, sweatpant s or baseball pants and are encouraged to bring snacks and water. Hydration is a big part of athletic performance and all participants will have ample time for water breaks.
This “All Sports Games” camp will consist of daily baseball (wiffle ball), football and soccer games where campers will gain sports skills and techniques through actual game experience, not drills. Knowledgeable instructors will be on hand to coach.
The 2014 season will be Rob Willson’s 11th season as head coach at Sierra College and 21st overall as a California Community College head baseball coach. Coach Willson was voted the 1995 California Community College Coach of the Year by Cal-Hi Sports Magazine. This is the first camp Rob Willson will be teaching in his 12 years at Sierra College and he looks forward to teaching young boys and girls how to play baseball, football and soccer. He thrives on instruction and competing at a high skill level while making the games fun.
The 2014 Season will be Ryan Stevens' 4th Season as an assistant coach with Sierra College. Coach Stevens also works as an Associate Scout with the Kansas City Royals. Ryan played at Del Campo High School where he lettered all four years in baseball and basketball. After high school Ryan red shirted at Sacramento State while on scholarship. He transferred to Sierra College in 2007 and helped the Wolverines win the 2008 California State Baseball Championship. After Sierra College Ryan received a scholarship to Sonoma State University and played there in 2009 and 2010. He finished his college career with a batting average well over .300. Coach Stevens is working on his Master’s Degree so he can teach at the Junior College level and hopes to be a college head coach one day.
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