The camp allowed aspiring soccer players from around the country to refine their skills for nearly eight hours per day, lead by IU Men’s Soccer Head Coach Todd Yeagley and his staff.
Campers also got to experience a slice of college life, staying in the Foster dormitory during the camp.
The morning sessions involved individual training, while the afternoon and evening sessions focused on team competition, according to the camp’s website.
Following evening training sessions, IU coaches and players put on demonstrations for the campers.
— Joe Popely
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