ASU Women’s Soccer To Host First Camp In History

ALBANY, Ga.- Albany State head women’s soccer coach Alexandria Pickrell has announced the program will host the first individual soccer camp in the institution’s history. The Albany State Girls’ Soccer I.D. Camp will be held on Saturday, Jan. 28 at the soccer field on the ASU West Campus.

“With this being the first ASU soccer camp in school history is an exciting milestone,” Pickrell said. “Soccer, especially women’s soccer, is still growing in America in popularity in many places, and I believe it’s a great opportunity to bring NCAA Division II soccer to the Albany area.

“This is only the beginning of a bigger plan of growing women’s soccer in this area of Georgia. We have many talented players here, and we hope to gain more as time passes. This camp allows players to experience a D2 soccer setting, if they have not before and see our facilities and what we have to offer here at ASU.”

The event will be held from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. for girls ages 15-18. The campers will receive training from qualified and experienced coaches. The cost for the camp is $30 per person.

“This camp will provide quality training to participating players,” Pickrell continued. “Coaches will assure that players leave with something new to practice at home. We ultimately want to help players get better, and this camp is a tool that will provide players with new techniques and concepts to continue their growth within soccer”.

For more information about the ASU Girls’ Soccer I.D., contact Coach Pickrell at (229) 317-6988

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