Buckeyes to Host Youth Clinic Dec. 13

Lori Walker
Lori Walker
Nov. 10, 2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State women’s soccer program will host a Soccer Skill Youth Clinic open to any and all girls (currently in grades K-8). This is an exciting opportunity to learn from the Buckeyes, who have made the NCAA tournament six times in the last eight years, were 2012 Big Ten Tournament Champions, 2010 NCAA College Cup semifinalists and, in 2011, reached their second-consecutive NCAA Sweet 16 appearance.

The clinic will utilize Ohio State’s top-of-the-line facilities and will be guided by Ohio State’s seasoned staff who will be complemented by current Buckeye players. The clinic will address the following skills and activities:

- Dribbling
- Passing/Receiving
- Shooting
- Heading
- Juggling
- Small-Sided Games

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!

The clinic is open to any and all girls currently in grades K-8. The fee for the Winter Youth Clinic is $40 for campers in grades 4-8 and $25 for campers in grades K-3. There are a maximum number of campers permitted in this clinic, so register early! Full payment is required at the time of registration. You may register online by visiting OhioStateBuckeyes.com/camps. A 2.5% processing fee will be added to all online registrations. If registering by mail, please make your check payable to The Ohio State University.