2016 INDIANA BOYS SOCCER CAMP
Registration Now Open!
Indiana Soccer Winter College Prep Camp - Session I (boys high school ages)
January 8-10, 2016 - Register Now!
Indiana Soccer Summer Overnight Camp - Session I (boys age 11-18)
July 6-10, 2016 - Register Now!
Indiana Soccer Summer Overnight Camp - Session II (boys age 11-18)
July 13-17, 2016 - Register Now!
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THE 2016 INDIANA BOYS SOCCER CAMPS
Head Men's Soccer Coach, Indiana University
One of the most decorated players in the history of Indiana Soccer, Todd Yeagley has established himself as one of the top head coaches in collegiate soccer.
Yeagley's 2014 squad went 12-5-5 and earned the program's 28th consecutive NCAA Tournament berth. Indiana earned the No. 5 overall seed for this year's tourney, which also marked the 39th time in the program's 42 years that it has earned an NCAA berth. In addition to leading IU to five straight NCAA berths since taking over the helm, Yeagley has guided IU to a trifecta of championships - a Big Ten regular season championship (2010), an NCAA Championship (2012) and the Big Ten postseason championship (2013).
The 2012 NCAA Championship was the program's eighth NCAA title overall and first since 2004. Shortly after the Hoosiers knocked off Georgetown 1-0 for the 2012 championship, Yeagley was also named National Coach of the Year by Soccer America and was chosen as one of four college coaches to coach at the MLS Combine in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
In just five years at the helm of the IU program, Yeagley has had three players named NSCAA All-Americans and sent six players to the MLS. His IU teams have gone 59-34-17.
In addition to his on-the-field success, Yeagley has also assembled some of the nation's best recruiting classes, positioning the program for even more success in the near future.
A former National Player of the Year and four-time All-American, Yeagley returned to Bloomington after one season as the head men's soccer coach at Wisconsin. Before taking over the Badger program, Yeagley was a four-time All-American at Indiana (1991-94) and was named the 1994 Missouri Athletic Club National Player of the Year. Indiana won three Big Ten titles and appeared in two College Cups during his playing days while compiling a 75-9-5 overall record.
After a successful seven-year professional career with the MLS' Columbus Crew, Yeagley returned to IU and joined the coaching staff in 2003. Yeagley was a volunteer assistant on IU's 2003 NCAA championship team before spending five years as a full-time assistant from 2004- 08.
Yeagley and his wife, Suzy, have three children: Ben (14), Grant (12) and Jay (9).
Associate Head Men's Soccer Coach, Indiana University
Recently tabbed as one of the top-15 assistant soccer coaches in the country by College Soccer News, Brian Maisonneuve enters his sixth season on IU's coaching staff after serving two years at the University of Louisville. Maisonneuve currently assists with the U.S. U-20 National Team program. Prior to his college coaching career, he spent four years as an assistant for the United States U-17 National Team. Maisonneuve brings extensive professional and international playing experience to IU, as he played nine seasons with the Columbus Crew, scored two goals for the 1996 U.S. Olympic Team, and was a member of the U.S. National Team, including appearances in all three matches of the 1998 World Cup in France. As a player at IU, Maisonneuve was a two-time Big Ten Player of the Year and All-American, and the 1994 Hermann Trophy recipient.
Assistant Men's Soccer Coach, Indiana University
Kevin Robson begins his second season as an assistant coach with the Hoosiers after one season as a volunteer assistant coach.
Robson returned to Bloomington in July 2013 after stints as both a player (2003-06) and student coach (2007). Robson was a member of the Hoosiers' 2003 and 2004 NCAA title teams and won Big Ten titles in 2003, 2004 and 2006. Robson led the Hoosiers in assists with six in 2006 and finished second in that category on the 2004 title team.
"We are really excited to add Kevin to our full-time staff," Yeagley said at the time of his hiring. "We were able to work with him this past year and saw the qualities he brings that I think will make a seamless transition."
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
How do I register for camp?
For Indiana's 2016 Soccer Residential Camps, Day Camp and Winter College Prep Camp, register HERE. Payment online is available by credit card. Contact us by email for a paper application to pay by check if desired.
What is the camp tuition?
Camp tuition is $585 for Summer 2016.
Is there a registration deadline?
We accept applications until the sessions are full. Camp fills quickly, so we suggest registering early, especially for goalkeepers.
If the camp is full, do you have a waiting list?
Yes, when the session fills, an online waiting list will become available. No deposit is necessary to be placed on the waiting list.
Do I have to pay in full or can I submit a deposit?
You may apply to camp with a deposit of $200. The full balance is due May 1, 2016. Applications received after May 1 must be accompanied by the full tuition.
Will I receive a confirmation letter and a list of what to bring to camp?
If registering online, a confirmation letter will be sent immediately by email. If applying by mail, you should receive an email confirmation letter within 2 weeks. Please contact us if you have not received your email confirmation letter. A thorough checklist of items necessary for camp will accompany the email confirmation letter.
Should my son bring a soccer ball?
Yes, every camper needs their own soccer ball. Bring your own or pre-purchase an Indiana/adidas soccer ball on your camp application for $30. Camp balls will be available for purchase on the first day of camp for $35.
Do you provide transportation to camp to/from the airport?
The Indiana Soccer Camp does not provide transportation. However, we recommend the Star of America Airport Shuttle (800) 933-0097 or the Bloomington Shuttle Service (800) 589- 6004 or Classic Touch Limo (800) 319-0082.
Do you suggest a local travel agency?
Contact Linda McClary at Travel Leaders by email or by phone (800) 467-7800.
Is a physical required?
No physical is required for camp, however the application will not be processed without the medical consent and liability waiver. Both forms are available within the online registration
What other forms/medical forms do I need?The medical consent and liability waiver must accompany the application in order for processing to occur. They are included within the online registration and on the backside of the paper application.
What is the refund/cancellation policy?
All cancellations must be requested in writing or by email to email@example.com.
If cancellation occurs eight (8) or more days prior to the start of camp, all fees will be returned except the $75 handling and processing fee. If cancellation occurs within the week prior to the first day of camp, all fees will be returned except a $150 handling and processing fee.
Can my son request his roommate?
Yes! Roommate requests and/or near requests are honored, however, they must be submitted at least 2 weeks prior to the start of camp. Roommate requests made within the two weeks prior to the start of camp will be honored if possible! Two campers per room. Single rooms may be requested if available.
Where do the campers stay at camp?
Campers reside at the Foster dormitory on North Fee Lane on the campus of Indiana University. This is new this year, as the Briscoe dormitory is under reonovation. Foster is air-conditioned!
When/where do we arrive at camp on the first day?
On the first day of camp, registration will occur between 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm at Foster dormitory at 1000 North Fee Lane, Bloomington, IN. The first training session starts at 3:30 pm.
CAMPERS MUST BE PRESENT TO REGISTER.
If you will be arriving late due to travel or scheduling conflicts, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (812) 219-6811 before 3:00 pm to let us know!
When/where do we pick up from camp on the last day?
Camp ends on Sunday at noon. World Cup matches begin at 9 a.m. and a brief awards ceremony will occur at Bill Armstrong Stadium at 11:30 am. Parents are encouraged to attend the morning matches and the awards ceremony! Staff will be onsite upon your arrival at 9 a.m. to guide you to field locations.
When is the first meal?
The first meal is dinner on the first day of camp.
When is the last meal?
The last meal is breakfast on the last day of camp.
What is the camper:staff ratio?
10:1 for field players and 8:1 for goalkeepers
What about safety & supervision?
Campers are fully supervised by camp staff 24 hours per day, during all camp activities and while in rooms. Camp staff and trainers reside on each of the dormitory floors at night. Extra security is hired to monitor the dorms from 10:00 pm to 1:00 a.m. The Foster building is secured after hours.
Are athletic trainers always available?
Fully certified athletic trainers are available 24 hours per day and on the fields during training sessions.
Does my son need to be at a certain level of soccer ability to attend camp?
No specific level of ability is required. Players will be evaluated to be placed on teams for appropriate level for challenge. We have a large camp, appropriate for players trying to make the school or club team, all the way up to players ready to transition in to the college game. We just ask that all campers bring the desire to learn and have fun, and we will help them reach the next level!
What should my son bring to camp?
A thorough checklist is available on www.indianasoccercamp.com. The checklist is also sent to each camper with a confirmation letter upon our receipt of your application.
Are there snacks & drinks available for purchase?
A camp concession store will provide snacks, drinks, and Indiana soccer gear available for purchase. We keep our prices as low as possible! There are no refrigerators in the dorms, so campers may need to purchase cold items at camp. Pizza orders are placed at the camp store for nightly delivery. Many campers order pizza for delivery following the demonstration sessions at night.
What is a typical amount of spending money for a camper?
Typical spending money at camp is $60 - $75 for the week.
How do we register girls for soccer camp at Indiana University?
Go to www.hoosiersportscamps.com to link to the Indiana Women's Soccer Camp registration.
How do a I contact my son in case of an emergency?
- Call or text our camp cell phone line: 812-219-6811
- IU Men's Soccer Office: 812-855-0051
- Foster Center Desk: 812-855-1408
Have questions? Send us an e- mail or call (812) 219-6811