Marquette Sports Camps is an annual day camp targeted towards young high school female soccer players. The camp is open to any participant who wants to know more about the life as a Division 1 player, only restricted by age, grade level, and gender. The camps will take place at Marquette University’s Valley Fields.
Marquette Sports Camps are organized by the Catholic Marquette University, which is located near downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The university offers a wide specter of majors in 11 both nationally and internationally recognized colleges and schools. One of the main focuses for the university is to make its students think critically about information and the world, so that they can be prepared to engage in a bright future filled with options and possibilities.
The camp staff consists of experienced coaches and current players from The Marquette Women’s soccer team. Head coach Markus Roeders has been in the position for nearly 20 years, where he has led the team to be one that is a consistently nationally ranked and one of the top teams in the BIG EAST Conference. Assistant Coach Ashley Bares who is a former Marquette University women’s soccer player and been an assisting coach for the past 5 seasons and helped in her very first season Marquette claimed the BIG EAST Conference regular season in 2013 and tournament championships and was selected by the league’s head coaches as a part of the 2013 BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year. Assistant Coach Nick Vorberg is the prime coach of training and mentoring the Marquette goalkeepers in addition to camp instruction.
Marquette Sports Camps are designed to give the players an understanding of what it’s like to play soccer at a Division 1 university. Throughout the camp, the players will engaged in the Marquette style of training and feel on their own body and mind the level that’s required. The camp will include small and large sided games where the staff and current players of Marquette Women’s soccer team will observe.