May 6, 2014
By Craig Buchanan
Athletic Media Relations
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FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Colorado State women’s soccer program has announced that it will be hosting two separate camps this upcoming summer.
The first camp is the Mini Rams Soccer Camp which runs from June 2-6 and is open for kids in K-6th grade. Campers will get to wear and keep authentic Colorado State “Aggie Day” uniforms, play on Hughes Stadium and experience what it’s like to be coached by CSU’s coaching staff.
The second camp of the summer is the Elite ID Camp, which is the second-consecutive summer that Colorado State has hosted this camp. The Elite ID Camp runs from June 26-29 and is open for grades 7-12.
This unique soccer camp offers top instructions from nationally recognized coaches, classroom lectures, non-soccer activities in the student rec center and a fun, competitive environment for all players.
Space in each camp is limited in order to give each camper individual attention, and also to give CSU’s coaching staff ample time to prepare proper and thorough evaluations for each camper in the Elite ID Camp.
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