From Our Editors
There's only one way to get better at soccer: practice, practice, practice. But at LSU Tigers Soccer Camps, players of all skill levels have the chance to do just that. Under the wing of LSU women's soccer Head Coach Brian Lee—one of the SEC's winningest soccer coaches—each camp mixes up a challenging brew of skills-based drills and game play. The commuter and residential camps are for girls only.
But to keep things fair and to stop kindergarteners from distracting high-schoolers with memories of carefree days, camps are divided by age because in day camps they are not divided by gender. Day camps welcome boys and girls as young as pre-kindergarten and as old as eighth grade, whereas the more serious commuter and residential camps welcome elite girls and high school players in grades 3–12. For the residential camps, players stay overnight in the dorms and spend their days doing nothing but playing soccer.