Nike Soccer Camp Worcester State University
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Players train on a state-of-the-art turf field to develop their positional technique, game tactics, and to further develop their love of the game. Campers receive position-specific training to enhance their level of play. The focus of camp is on technical soccer skills, with an emphasis on teamwork and game play.
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- 10:1 Camper to Coach Ratio
- Campers grouped by age and skill level
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Camp Director Lauren Chenevert
Coach Lauren Chenevert has been the head field hockey coach Shrewsbury High School since 1999. She was Central Massachusetts Coach of the year in 2005 & 2007.View Lauren Chenevert's Bio ⟩
Some of her accomplishments include:
- 2012 and 2007 State Finalists
- 2009 State Semi-Finalists
- 2012, 2009 & 2007 CMass District Champs
- 2004 CMASS District Finalists
- 2005 and 2007 Central Mass Coach of the Year
- Four CMASS Players of the Year
- 10 Mid-Wach A League MVPs.
- Founder Worcester County United Field Hockey Academy, 2006
- Former Futures Elite assistant coach
- Cape Cod Classic and Super Sophs Massachusetts State coach – 1999-present
- Four championships CCC
- Three championships SS
- Graduate of Springfield College: minor in coaching, a member of the field hockey team
- Camp Coach: UConn, Springfield College, Holy Cross, WPI
- Coached players attending UConn, Boston College, UAlbany, Providence College, Stonehill College, Assumption College, Babson College, Bowdoin College etc.
- Several players have gone on to become collegiate All-Americans and have won NCAA titles
- Married eight years, with three children, Masters in Education
Camp Director Sean Chenevert
Coach Sean Chenevert is a graduate of Manhattanville College where he played four years of varsity soccer and baseball and received numerous awards such as the Valiant Plaque Award for Overall Best Athlete and The Clarence Coder Award Recipient for Outstanding Community Service. He has been a men’s college soccer head coach and baseball coach.View Sean Chenevert's Bio & Soccer Tips ⟩
Chenevert is currently a member of US Lacrosse and the Eastern Massachusetts Girls Lacrosse Coaches Association. He is also an active member of the New England Prep School Athletic Council. Sean has guided and aided hundreds of high school athletes through the college recruiting process. He is a co-founder of a local club and coaches year round at the national level in many tournaments around the country.
- Girls Nike Lacrosse Camp co-director (2014 – 2016)
- Varsity Girls Lacrosse Head Coach Worcester Academy, MA (2013 – present)
- Varsity Girls Lacrosse Head Coach Shrewsbury High School, MA (2008 – 2012)
- Varsity Boys Lacrosse Assistant Coach Saint Johns High School, MA (2003 – 2007)
- Junior Varsity Boys Lacrosse Coach Westboro High School, MA (2001 – 2002)
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Head Coach Brienne Smith
Former Clark University standout Brienne (Brie) Smith was named women's soccer head coach at her alma mater on June 16, 2014. She began her coaching duties on August 1 in time for the start of the 2014 season and enters her fourth season on the sidelines in 2017.View Brienne's Bio ⟩
Smith spent the last four years as the head women's coach at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pa. where she guided the Greyhounds to four straight Landmark Conference tournament appearances, including a berth in the championship game in 2012. During that 2012 season, Smith was named Landmark Coach of the Year, while two of her student-athletes garnered the league's offensive and defensive player of the year awards, respectively. Her program saw eight student-athletes earn a combined 13 all-conference citations during her tenure, including six first-team selections.
"It is very humbling to return to Clark as the next head women's soccer coach," said Smith. "It is an honor to come home to Clark and have the opportunity to lead a program that I am already deeply committed to."
Prior to Moravian, Smith spent nine years as an assistant coach at Tufts University under head coach Martha Whiting. During her time with the Jumbos, Smith helped lead them to three NCAA Tournament berths, including a trip to the Final Four in 2005 and more than 80 victories.
Smith was a four-year letterwinner with the Cougars appearing in 68 of 76 games from 1997-00. She was part of the 1998 team that won a school-record 17 games and garnered the school's lone NCAA Tournament bid.
The biggest goal of her career came against her future employer during the 1999 season. She scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win over Tufts in the quarterfinal round of the ECAC Tournament, catapulting the Cougars to the program's first-ever postseason victory. Overall, she finished her career with 11 points (four goals, three assists) and 49 all-time wins.
A 2001 Clark University graduate with a degree in psychology and a minor in education, Smith also holds a master's degree in physical education from Bridgewater State and a national coaching diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).
Assistant Coach Brian Cormier
Brian Cormier is entering his third season as an assistant coach prior to serving as the team manager/volunteer assistant coach for the Worcester State University men's soccer program. Cormier also worked closely with Kelly Downs, Coordinator of Student-Athlete Support Services, overseeing and working with exemption soccer players. In addition to his volunteer work with the university, he also worked at Worcester South as a student teacher.View Brian's Bio ⟩
Brian was a four-year member of the Worcester State men's soccer team graduating in 2013 with a degree in history. In Brian's career he played in 71 games, making 54 starts. His senior year he was the only one to play and start in all 21 games. Brian was a captain for two years and finished his career with a total of 28 points. Brian earned multiple league awards during his playing career including first team all-conference, player of the week and MASCAC All-Academic team.
He helped lead the Lancers to the regular season MASCAC championship his senior year while leading the conference in assists. He also helped the team to two ECAC tournaments and three consecutive appearances in the MASCAC post-season tournament.
Attend a camp where all aspects of soccer are covered. Instruction is available to boys and girls, ages 10-18, playing at any ability level from beginner to advanced. Players are grouped based on their skill levels. All positions receive catered instruction including goalies. Individuals and teams are welcome.Show Less See More Camp Details
A detailed camper registration packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the Spring. Physical forms from within one year of camp are accepted and collected on the first day of camp.
What's included in the fee?
Overnight campers: Dormitory housing on campus and all meals are provided.
Extended Day campers (9am-8pm - except on ﬁrst and last day): Lunch and dinner are provided.
24-hour supervision is an important feature of every NIKE Soccer Camp. Staff members reside in campers’ quarters and participate in all activities.
2018 SESSION INFORMATION
Dates: July 30-Aug 2
Players Grouped by: skill, age, years of experience
Evaluation: Written by coaching staff
Equipment Needed: water bottle, shin guards, cleats and turf shoes
Facility: Campers train on grass and turf fields. If it rains, there are indoor facilities available
Campers Per Room: 4, 6, or 8 person suites
Roommates: request at least 14 days prior to camp
Bathrooms: each suite has 2 full bathrooms
Linens: Not provided
Air Conditioning: YES
Key Deposit: $140 – Bring a check made out to US Sports Camps
Spending Money: $40
Medical Facility: an athletic trainer is on-site and a doctor is on-call for emergencies
Closest Airport: Boston’s Logan International Airport
Transportation: Not provided
If you have a group of eight or more campers registering for the same camp, each camper is eligible for a $30 discount. Groups can register online or via mail/fax.
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.
This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by LBOH.
Parents can request copies of background check procedures, health care and discipline policies, and grievance procedures.
Sample Daily Schedule
- Day 1
- 3:00 - 5:00 pm Practice on turf field
- 5:00-6:00 pm Dinner
- Day 2 & 3
- 7:30 - 8:30 am Breakfast
- 9:00-11:30 am Practice on turf field
- 12:00-1:00 pm Lunch
- 2:00-4:30 pm Practice on turf field
- 5:00-6:00 pm Dinner
- 6:30-9:00 pm Practice on turf field
- Day 4
- 7:45-8:30 am Breakfast
- 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Last field session
Located only one hour west of Boston, picturesque Worcester State University spans 58 acres in the residential west side of Worcester, Massachusetts.
Camp ReviewsSubmit a review
Goalie wars was his favorite
August 10, 2018: He learned new foot skills & improved passing accuracy. Goalie wars was his favorite game they played
— Erin A. Parent
They made new friends, worked hard, and had a lot of fun
August 3, 2018: Rosalie and her friends really enjoyed this camp. They made new friends, worked hard, and had a lot of fun. We adults were happy with how much soccer skills they did and the all around effort by the coaches and staff. We also attended some of the scrimmages and found the games entertaining. She continued to hone her skills through lots of touches. She enjoyed the different methods of training than what she is used to.
— Joe D. Parent
He would like to come back again next year
August 3, 2018: Meeting all new kids and being independent with the sleepover opportunity was huge for him. He loved it and felt like he definitely learned things while working on his skills. Great camp, he would like to come back again next year!
— Keri M. Parent
Meeting new people was a highlight for my son
September 18, 2018: Meeting new people was a highlight for my son - he met a teen from Florida and they still chat & text. He was able to improve his shooting skills.
— Christine E. Parent
She had an amazing, knowledgeable experience. She received a lot of positive feedback from all of the coaches and she learned a lot more to help improve herself.
— Kristina Z., Parent 2017
I got better and had a lot of fun
I feel like I became a better shooter and passer at camp. My only negative was that the meals were too close to the sessions. Maybe have more snack breaks with fruits and vegetables instead of big meals.
— Janessa G., Camper 2017
Loved the World Cup Games
I wish there were more World Cup games because they were so much fun
— Eli A., Camper 2017
Both sons had fun!
My two sons had a blast and the 11v11 was their favorite part. They will both be back
— Christina E., Parent 2017
Shoot with more power
At camp I learned how to improve the power behind my shot. The camp staff were incredibly knowledgeable about the sport of soccer.
— Abby W., Camper 2017
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