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Marshall Men’s Soccer Announces Dates for Trio of Summer Camps

Marshall University men’s soccer head coach Bob Gray has released the dates and times of three summer soccer camps which include two overnight camps plus one day camp.

The Marshall Soccer School will first offer it’s Elite Camp with the dates set from June 24th-26th. The Elite Camp is for rising sophomore, junior and senior boys with aspirations to continue playing at the collegiate level after high school.

The overnight camp is run by MU head coach Bob Gray and assistant coach Thomas Olivier, while other Thundering Herd soccer staff members will also be present. Accommodations include: housing, meals, training, full-sided games and classroom sessions on the recruiting process, among others. Camp cost is $250.

MU’s next camp offered is its Summer Day Camp which is held from July 25-28. The day camp is open to boys and girls from ages 5-13 and will run from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. at the Joan C. Edwards Stadium on the campus of Marshall. Camp cost is $90.

The Marshall Soccer School will then entertain a High School Boys Team Camp from July 29-31. This overnight camp will provide housing, meals, instructions, training and full-sided games. The camp is run by Coach Gray and Coach Olivier, plus other MU soccer support staff. Cost of the team camp is $250.  

Inquiries for any of the three camps can be directed to Thomas Olivier at olivier@marshall.edu or he can be reached at (304) 696-2434.

As a note – all camps are open to any and all participants only restricted by age, gender, number of participants and/or grade level.

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