FAIRFAX, Va. – For the 10th year, head coach Greg Andrulis and the George Mason men's soccer coaching staff will host a slew of summer soccer camps.
Starting in June, the Patriots will host four camps on the pristine soccer fields on campus.The programs and curriculum cater to all ages of male players from future stars to College ID Residential Academy participants. Sessions are offered for individuals or teams, and teams can register to train together.
“Our curriculum has been carefully developed to be pertinent to each age group and the level of the players that we are working with,” Andrulis said. “Our ultimate goal is to fuel the passion within each Academy participant and have them leave our Academy with the tools to be successful soccer players. We will do this in a fun, entertaining and educational atmosphere.”
The College ID Team Camp kicks off the summer from June 11-12 and is open to U-14, U-15, U-16 and U-17 teams. The Senior Academy will run from July 11-15 for boys ages eight to 18. College ID Residential Academy will be held July 15-17 for boys ages 14 to 18. The Future Stars Academy (ages five to nine) and Junior Academy (ages six to 13) will both run from July 18-22.
For more information or to register online, visit victorysocceracademy.com.