Women's Soccer Buckeyes to Host Elite Player College ID Clinic
COLUMBUS, Ohio - On Sunday, April 3, the Ohio State women's soccer program is hosting an Elite Player College ID Clinic for girls in grades 9-12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. inside Woody Hayes Athletic Center. The current Buckeyes take on Louisville at 1 p.m. April 2 on the upper practice field adjacent to Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium so campers are welcomed to check out the team in its home spring opener the day before.
The clinic is for the serious soccer player who is looking to sharpen her game and connect with the demands of a top collegiate program. It is an exciting opportunity to learn from the Buckeyes, who were NCAA semifinalists, Big Ten champions and finished 2010 ranked No. 4 in the country.
The clinic will utilize Ohio State's top of the line facilities and instruction will be guided by Ohio State's seasoned staff who are some of the best in the business (each holds a USSF "A" coaching license) and will be complimented by current Buckeye players, OSU strength staff and a team academic counselor. Both the technical and tactical areas of soccer will be addressed in the clinic as well as speed and agility training. A separate goalkeeping curriculum will be available to address the needs of young netminders.
There are a limited number of slots available so hurry and don't miss the chance to take advantage of such a great soccer environment with the Ohio State Buckeyes!