NEW YORK - Registration for this summer's 2012 Goal Line Field Hockey Camps is now open. Columbia head field hockey coach Marybeth Freeman and assistant coaches Katie Grant and Samantha Carr will once again be providing first-class field hockey instruction and fun for campers ranging from ages 10 to 18.
"We are excited to open our 2012 Goal Line Field Hockey camp registration after a successful first year in 2011," said Freeman, who will begin her third season leading the Columbia field hockey program next fall. "Because of the interest in last year's camp, we are providing more opportunity for our talented camp staff to work with athletes to strengthen their hockey technique and tactics. Along with our camps held here at Columbia, we are also having 'Traveling Camps' where our Goal Line staff will go to a high school or site of a club program and work with their athletes on their home field. We're looking forward to getting the camp season underway and hope to see a great turn out in 2012!"
Goal Line Field Hockey Camps features Day Camps ($200, July 21-22, Aug. 4-5) and a Goalkeeping Specific Camp ($250, July 23-24) that are available to both boys and girls of various experience levels between the ages of 10 and 18. The Overnight Camp ($465, Aug. 6-8) is for girls only between the ages of 13-18. All of the aforementioned camps will be held at Columbia University and all campers will received a Goal Line bag, t-shirt and ball.
For a printable camp brochure, click here. For a copy of the medical form that must be filled out for each participant, click here. A parent or guardian must complete the parent/guardian portion of the medical form. A copy of the camper's latest physical (within one year of the selected camp) can be substituted for the physician part of the medical form.