Nike Soccer Camp William Jessup University
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The Nike William Jessup University Soccer Camp is open boys and girls, ages 8-18 to receive high level training. Participants work on fine tuning their fundamentals, dynamic abilities, while learning tactical strategies.
At Nike Soccer Camps our goal is to stimulate a love for the game in young athletes by showing them how to accelerate their own progress and success. We are able to offer an unforgettable growth experience no matter what your age or skill level. Campers train with the William Jessup soccer staff at Jessup field.
- All levels welcome age 8-18
- Personal evaluations
- Camp completion certificates
- Nike Soccer Camp t-shirt
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Co-Director Greg Lazaga
Coach Lazaga is in his first year as head coach for the William Jessup University Warriors. Lazaga has previous experience as the lead assistant for Jessup.View Greg Lazaga's Bio ⟩
Lazaga has also served as an assistant coach at Cosumnes River College and head coach a Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, CA. Lazaga played for Azusa Pacific University as a striker and defensive midfielder where he graduated in 2001. He has his Masters in Kinesiology from Fresno Pacific University and National License from the NSCAA.
Co-Director David Ray
David Ray is in his second year as the Women's Assistant Coach and first year as the Camp Co-Director alongside Greg Lazaga.View David's Bio ⟩
David brings 17 years of experience coaching players through teams, clinics, and camps as young as 4 years old, but mostly with the high school age groups. Ray grew up and played club, high school, and college soccer in Anderson, Indiana. He played at Anderson University and was on the camp staff for 13 years there.
Co-Director Rachel Constantini
Constantini serves as theWilliam Jessup interim women's soccer coach.View Rachel Constantini's Bio ⟩
Constantini joined the William Jessup University coaching staff in 2014 as an assistant, and played a key role in the Warriors' transition from the California Pacific Conference, to the Golden State Athletic Conference which they now reside.
A graduate of William Jessup University in 2011 with a degree in Liberal Studies, Constantini was a member of the women's soccer team where she appeared in 67 games and scored eight goals. Following her graduation, Constantini continued her educational growth by earning her master's degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University.
Assistant Coach Paul Benvenuti
Paul Benvenuti is entering his first season as an assistant coach of the Jessup men's soccer team.View Paul's Bio ⟩
Paul was born and raised in Sacramento, California and has lived in the Sacramento area for over 38 years. Growing up playing baseball, soccer, football, basketball and running track where he excelled as an athlete in high school playing football. Coach Paul began coaching baseball, basketball and football over 20 years ago after a semi professional playing career playing football. Coach Paul began coaching soccer in 2004 in Antelope for the local AYSO and has since become the head coach of the Antelope High School varsity boys in 2013, winning a section championship in 2018. Paul also coaches at Capital Valley United Soccer Club in Sacramento and has been with the club since 2010 coaching boys U10-U19 in the Norcal Premiere League. While currently coaching high school soccer and competitive soccer, Paul is also the club president at CVU. He currently holds a CYSA E/D license, Coerver Youth Diploma, United Soccer Coaches Association- Futsal Level 1, 4v4-7v7 and 9v9 Online Diploma, Goal Keeping Level 1, Principles of Attacking, Principles of Defending, Foundations of Coaching, NFHS Certificate and Positive Coaching Course Certificate. Paul worked as an EMT for over 15 years in Northern California working at Mercy San Juan hospital as a Trauma Tech II and Medic Ambulance in Solano County in the 911 system.
Our camp directors are among the finest coaches in America. They have a major stake in providing camps of the highest quality: camps that are fun and that improve the skills of the campers. The best place to become a better soccer player is in the company of coaches and players who share your passion.Show Less See More Camp Details
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE FEE?
Overnight Campers: Professional coaching and instruction on grass fields, all meals, on-campus housing, supervision and evening activities.
Extended Day Campers (varies with location) 9am-9pm: Professional coaching and instruction, lunch, dinner and evening activities.
Staff members reside in campers’ quarters and participate in all activities.
2018 SESSION INFORMATION
Check in: from 8:00am-9:00am with lunch being the first meal.
Check out: 4:00pm with lunch is the last meal. Parents are invited to attend the final session after lunch.
If you have a group of five or more campers registering for the same camp, each camper is eligible for a $30 discount.
To register a group online: Please have one person contact the USSC office with the names of each camper in the group at 1-800-645-3226 to create a unique discount code. Campers may then register individually through the website at their convenience and apply the offer code during check out.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 7:30-8:30am Breakfast
- 9:00-10:00am Warm up & dynamic workshops
- 10:00-11:00am Fundamental drills
- 11:00-1:00pm Lunch & free time
- 1:00-2:00pm Study the game, match analysis
- 3:00-5:00pm Session 2
- 5:00-7:00pm Dinner
- 7:00-8:00pm Futsol
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Can't wait to return!
My daughter loved soccer camp! She can't wait to attend next year. She loved the coaches and meeting new friends.
— Shanna M., Parent 2017
Best camp he went to
My son has done many camps and this was the best camp he has went to and most fun. HE is looking forward to doing it again next year.
— Julie P., Parent 2016
Looking forward to next year!
I highly recommend this camp. My son has done many soccer camps and this one was his favorite. He said this is the most fun he has ever had and he learned a lot. He is looking forward to doing it again next year.
— Vanessa M., Parent 2015