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2018 Goalkeeper and Finishing Camp



Girls Ages 10-18

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2018 Junior Elite Residential Camp


$575 Overnight/$500 Commuter

Girls ages 9-15
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2018 Elite ID Camp



Rising Grades 8-12
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2018 Team Camp



All club and high school teams

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Indiana Women's Soccer Camps LLC

1624 S. Ira Street

Bloomington, IN 47401

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Welcome to Indiana Soccer Camp!!



June 16-17, 2018
Open to any and all entrants ages 10-18

The New Two-Day Goalkeeper and Finishing camp is a unique program that focuses Goalkeeping and Finishing.
Note: See Bloomington hotel information link as housing is NOT included. All campers receive a free T-Shirt!

What can Goalkeepers expect?

Excellent training environment for goalkeepers looking to gain an edge in their upcoming clubs season. Goalkeepers will be trained in a competitive environment and pushed to new levels. They will be trained technically and tactically in ways that they will be able to take back to their daily training and leave a better goalkeeper. This camp will also provide Goalkeepers an opportunity to take technical and tactical information and apply to game realistic situations with our Finishing camp.

Areas that will be covered:

  • Footwork and Handling ;
  • Advanced Shot Stopping;
  • Breakaways;
  • Crosses and 3 Goal Situations;
  • Distribution

    What can field players expect?
    Focuses on one of the most exciting aspects of the game; creating chances and the art of finishing. This is not just for forwards; it is for any player on the field who wants to improve their attacking skills. Small group sessions are set up to challenge individuals in repetitive game situations where attacking players need to excel: long distance shooting, combination play, 1 v 1's, turning and shooting in the box, crossing and finishing, chipping and lobbing, volleys, attacking heading, playing with your back to goal, and striker movement among many. As the camp progresses, topics turn to individual and small group tactical environments that front players face.

    Areas that will be covered:

  • Technical Mastery;
  • Shooting Variations;
  • Playing Back to Goal;
  • Movement off the ball;
  • End Product to goal in a group setting



    July 15-18, 2018
    $575 Overnight/$500 Commuter (EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT! Overnight campers who register before July 1 save $10!)
    Open to any and all entrants ages 9-15

    This camp is designed to enhance the soccer player's technical and tactical knowledge by creating an environment conducive to learning. Players will develop positive habits in technical repetition, functional training, and tactical awareness. Goalkeepers will receive position-specific training. All players will be able to apply what they have learned in the evening matches.

    All campers receive a free t-shirt!



    July 20-22, 2018 
    $445 (EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT! Campers who register before July 1 save $10!)
    Open to any and all entrants rising grades 8-12

    This high-level camp is focused specifically for high school varsity, club/select, and non-recreational soccer players. The Elite Camp will allow you to experience a collegiate training environment through sessions that highlight technical repetition and the improvement of functional and tactical knowledge. Camp includes 11 v 11 matches each night where players will be able to directly implement and showcase skills from training sessions. Goalkeeper specific training will be provided daily.

    Note: This is an overnight camp; commuter option not available. All campers receive a free t-shirt!



    July 20-22, 2018
    Open to any and all Club and High School teams

    Our unique team camp is designed to create a training culture that will challenge each player, as well as help develop the team as a whole. This camp gives the team’s current coach the opportunity to collaborate and be on field with current college coaches. The focus of training sessions and 11 v 11 game plans will reflect the goals each individual team has established to better prepare them for their upcoming seasons. Each player will be challenged both technically and tactically as individuals, but also as a group. Goalkeeper specific training will be provided daily and each team will take part in a film analysis session.

    All campers receive a free t-shirt!



    February 10-11, 2018 - SOLD OUT!
    Open to any and all entrants rising grades 8-12

    Two-day Winter Elite ID Academy offers grades 8-12 a unique and high-level opportunity to be coached and evaluated by the Indiana University Women’s Soccer Staff as well as other outside college coaches. Training will consist of field player and goalkeeper specific sessions and the latest methods for both technical and tactical training. This camp will have competitive small-sided games and 11v11 matches throughout the two-day academy to enhance team skills and sportsmanship. This is a great opportunity for players to see what it takes to play collegiate soccer. Note: Camp will be at the Mellencamp Indoor Pavilion, see Bloomington hotel information link as housing is NOT included. All campers receive a free T-Shirt!

    Elite ID Camp Daily Schedule

    Elite ID Hotel List


    Amy Berbary
    Head Women's Soccer Coach, Indiana University

    Amy Berbary will enter her sixth season at the helm of the program in 2018. She was named the third head coach in Indiana Women's Soccer history on Feb. 6, 2013, after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant coach at Auburn University.

    At Indiana, Berbary has coached two NSCAA All-Region selections, two All-Big Ten picks, as well as 59 Academic All-Big Ten honorees and four Capital One Academic All-District Team members. In addition, under her leadership the team has won five Herbert Cups, an accolade given to the Indiana team with the highest GPA, and three NSCAA Team Academic Awards.

    In her first season, Berbary led the Hoosiers to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament and a 15-7-1 overall record as the team set new program marks for victories, goals scored, assists and shutouts in a season. Other highlights from her tenure include back-to-back wins against Purdue (2013-14), and a 2015 scoreless streak of 463 minutes, which is the second longest scoreless span in program history.

    In June 2015, Berbary was named the U.S. Olympic Development Program Region II head coach of the 1999 age group. She also served as a staff coach with the program from 2005-11. She was an assistant coach for Ohio South `91, `90 and `88 girls (2005-07), the head coach for Ohio South `93 Girls in 2008, a Region II Staff Coach (2008-09) and a Region III Staff Coach (2009-11)..

    Prior to coming to IU, Berbary spent five years as an assistant coach at Auburn and her last season as the associate head coach. During her tenure, Berbary led the Tigers to five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances beginning with the program's first-ever seed in the NCAA Tournament in 2011. Auburn made back-to-back appearance in the SEC Tournament Championship, including a 2011 tournament title. Additionally, the Tigers claimed the SEC West Division crown in 2008 and 2011. At least one player at Auburn was named First Team All-SEC in each of the five years that Berbary was there..

    Before Auburn, Berbary served as assistant coach at Dayton for four seasons, where the Flyers had a .691 winning percentage. She coached a pair of Atlantic-10 Offensive Players of the Year and seven first team all-conference selections. As the recruiting coordinator at Dayton, all of her recruiting classes were regionally and nationally ranked and four times the Flyers had players land on the All-Rookie Team for A-10..

    Previously, Berbary was the head coach at Gainesville High School in Gainesville, Ga., where she led the team to back-to-back regional championships and a 19-0-0 regional record. She was named the Region 7AAA Coach of the Year twice and the 2004 Women's Soccer Coach of the Year by the Gainesville Times.

    Sergio Gonzalez
    ASSOCIATE HEAD Women's Soccer Coach, Indiana University

    Sergio Gonzalez was promoted to associate head coach on Jan. 26, 2017 after completing his fourth season in Bloomington, working primarily with the goalkeepers and defenders.

    In 2016, Gonzalez coached freshman goalkeeper Sarah L’Hommedieu, whose 93 saves and 4.90 saves per game average led the Big Ten. L’Hommedieu earned three weekly conference honors and finished seventh in the country in freshmen saves, while also registering the second most saves for an IU freshman in program history. In addition, redshirt senior defender Marissa Borschke earned Third Team All-Big Ten honors, the first such accolade for the program since 2013.

    Gonzalez has coached two of the most decorated goalkeepers in program history. Shannon Flower who was in goal in 2013, holds the single-season record for shutouts (9) and victories (15). Flower finished her career in the top 10 in school history in goals against average, shutouts, saves and victories.

    In 2015, Sarah Stone’s mark of 93 saves was 2nd in the Big Ten and is fifth-most in a single season at Indiana. Stone finished her time at IU ranked second in career shutouts with 14. She ranks fourth all-time in saves with 201 and is one of only four Hoosiers to register 200-plus career saves. Under Gonzalez, Stone anchored a backline that registered a scoreless streak of 463 minutes, the second longest in program history.

    Gonzalez came to Bloomington after spending the previous two seasons as the head coach at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). The program saw three players named all-conference by College Sports Madness and they set a school record for most shutouts in a season and highest RPI as well.

    Prior to his time at NJIT, Gonzalez spent five seasons at the University of Dayton and helped the Flyers to Atlantic 10 Conference titles in his final two seasons. The team also advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2009 and 2010 and posted an overall record of 71-21-15 during his tenure.

    He was also an assistant coach at Slippery Rock University from 2000-2006 and won a pair of conference titles there. The team also advanced to the Round of 16 in the NCAA Division II Tournament in 2001 and featured a NSCAA First Team All-American.

    His coaching experience also extends to the youth level, where he was involved with the Ohio South Youth Soccer Association as the Head ODP Goalkeeper coach as well as being part of the goalkeeping staff for the U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Girls ODP Program. His coaching experience also includes being a director for former United States Women's National Team, Olympic gold medal and World Cup-winning coach Tony DiCicco's Soccer Plus Goalkeeper Camp since 2001. He is also is a member of the NSCAA National Goalkeeping Academy and has his NSCAA Premier Diploma.

    Sandy Davison
    Assistant Women's Soccer Coach, Indiana University

    Sandy Davison joined the Indiana coaching staff this off-season after four highly successful seasons as an assistant coach at Washington State.

    During her time with the Cougars, Davison helped lead the team to a 42-28-10 overall record and three NCAA Tournament appearances. This past season, Washington State advanced to the Sweet Sixteen and finished the year ranked No. 19 in the United Soccer Coaches Poll with a 10-8-4 mark.

    In Davison's four seasons in Pullman, 12 Cougars earned All-Pac-12 honors and five were named All-Region. In addition, 35 Cougars have been placed on Pac-12 All-Academic teams and Washington State was awarded the Team Academic Award from United Soccer Coaches in each of Davison's four seasons.

    Prior to joining Washington State, Davison spent a season as the volunteer assistant coach at Louisville, where the Cardinals advanced to the 2013 NCAA Tournament and were ranked No. 24 in the final poll of the season. Davison also spent a season as the volunteer assistant coach at Cincinnati.

    Davison's first college coaching job was at University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she served as an assistant for the 2011 campaign and led the team to a second-place finish in the Southern Conference.

    Davison has an extensive background in the youth soccer arena, having been involved with numerous clubs, as well as U.S. Youth Soccer National Teams and the Olympic Development Program. From 2002-14, Davison was involved in various roles with U.S. Soccer, including serving as a national staff scout, staffing Youth National Team Camps and working as director of the U.S. Soccer Market Training Center in Phoenix.

    In the ODP circuit, Davison was a regional staff coach for both Region III and Region IV for many years, as well as the 93 Head Coach for the U-17 CONCACAF Costa Rica Tour from 2008-09. From 1994-2012, Davison coached on ODP State Teams from North Carolina, Florida, Texas and California.

    For 16 years, Davison also served as a coach and youth technical director coordinator at some of the most prestigious club teams in the country, including Sereno (Phoenix, Ariz.), Tophat (Atlanta, Ga.) and Pleasanton Rage (Pleasanton, Calif.).

    summer CAMP DETAILS


    The Indiana Women's Soccer Camp provides a competitive, intense, and encouraging environment. Our goal is to hire impactful coaches and impart their knowledge of the sport to eager players. Some of the nation's top collegiate and scholastic coaches explain, demonstrate, and organize a unique learning environment through creative and innovative teaching methods. Also, assisting in the developmental process is the demonstration displayed by some of Indiana Women's Soccer Team. Indiana Women's Soccer Camp maintains the lowest player/teacher ratio possible, generally 10:1, in order to give that special individual attention and specific instruction needed to become that "Special Player."


    Jerry Yeagley Field at Bill Armstrong Stadium is the permanent home of the IU women's soccer program. The complex is the finest college facility in the nation. The stadium's natural grass playing surface measures 74 by 117 yards, the maximum dimensions for a collegiate soccer field.

    The complex opened in 1981. In the summer of 2000, the stadium received major renovations that has allowed it to maintain its status as college soccer's premier venue. The renovations included a new grass playing surface. Stadium lighting also was updated in the renovation.

    The second phase of the renovation was completed in the spring of 2001. It included the removal of the old north stands, the two-level press box, the elevator and the two center light towers. A total of eight rows remain on the north side, which seat 1,500 spectators to bring the current capacity to 6,500.


    Campers are encouraged to register on-line with a credit card to immediately secure your spot in camp. Upon completion of the registration process, you will receive an e-mail confirmation of your payment and registration. Approximately 1-2 weeks before the start of camp, campers will receive a follow-up e-mail with additional details on registration, where to go upon your arrival in Bloomington, etc.


    Please see each individual camp's daily schedule.

    Commuters: Commuters will participate in the full program from registration to check out, but will sleep at home rather than at the university. Lunch and Dinner will be included.


    All campers who cancel, including for medical reasons, will receive a full refund minus a $100 processing fee. This will be sent only to those requesting such refund in writing at least one week prior to the start of camp. Camp fees cannot be transferred to other camps.  


    Each Camper must have a soccer ball at camp. Bring your own ball or purchase a custom made, hand-stitched size 4 or 5 Adidas ball. The price of the camp ball is $35.00, and availability is limited. Please make sure to check the appropriate box on the application.


    The Indiana Women's Soccer Camp provides secondary accident/medical insurance.


    No physical examination is required. Each camper must have a completed parental consent form.


    Indianapolis International Airport is located 50 miles from Bloomington. Ground transportation from Indianapolis to Bloomington is available through Bloomington Shuttle.

    summer camp FAQS

    What does each overnight camper need to bring to camp?

    • Sheets for a twin bed, blanket, and a pillow
    • Alarm Clock
    • Soccer shoes (broken in/not brand new) and flats or tennis shoes
    • 5 shorts, 5 shirts, and 5 pairs of soccer socks (minimum)
    • Shin Guards
    • Spending money (for pizza, snacks, and souvenirs)
    • Soccer ball (unless purchased from the camp)
    • Towels and Toiletries
    • Please do not bring valuables to the camp (jewelry, excessive money, etc.)

    What type of supervision do you provide?

    All activities both on and off the field are supervised by professional, responsible staff members 24 hours a day. The staff stays in the dorms with the campers, and security will be on duty during the night in the dorms.

    Can we visit campers? Can we watch them train?

    You are more than welcome any time to visit the campers in front of the dorms and to watch them train and play. Once campers check-in they are under our supervision until check-out. Please do not take your child off campus without permission from Coach Berbary.

    How much spending money should the camper bring?

    A moderate amount is appropriate. Enough to purchase drinks and or snacks between meals and to purchase any desired INDIANA souvenirs. There is an opportunity to purchase pizza after evening matches.

    How many campers to a room?

    The dorms have rooms with 2 twin beds. Your roommate preference was designated on your application. We will make every effort to accommodate special requests; however due to the dorm space, we can only guarantee one roommate request which must be designated by both campers.

    Do you provide evaluation for your campers?

    No. We provide extensive on-field feedback to each player during camp that is positive and constructive. We welcome players to ask questions during camp so we can provide insight on their play.

    What do campers do in their free time?

    There is very little free time. We are on the field 3 times a day and have some night time activities planned.

    What if my child needs to leave camp early?

    Early Release Form – If your daughter will need to leave camp early for any reason, please fill this form out and bring it with to camp registration.

    What does the daily schedule look like?

    Goalkeeping and Finishing Camp Daily Schedule
    Elite Camp Daily Schedule
    Team Camp Daily Schedule
    Junior Elite Residential Camp Daily Schedule