MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – The Georgia College women’s soccer team and head coach Hope Clark hosted their third Valentine’s Day Soccer Clinic Feb. 16, with the focus as always being local youth in the community.
“This was our largest turnout in our three years of hosting the clinic,” said coach Clark. “It’s a great event to bring the youth in our community to campus to spend time working on soccer skills with our women’s soccer players. We look forward to continued support from the Milledgeville community for our soccer program here at Georgia College.”
For the second consecutive year, the clinic was held at the Wellness and Recreation Center on West Campus at Georgia College. The indoor venue, as well as the indoor soccer surface gives the soccer players a perfect environment to pass their skills down to the younger generations.
The Georgia College women’s soccer program will host four camps this coming spring and summer. On April 27, they will host the ID Camp, for potential college prospects. The next two camps will be GC Soccer Camps for the youth community June 10-13 and June 24-27. The Bobcat Elite Camp will take place on July 14-16 and will play host to some of the best high school players in Georgia that are looking to play college soccer.
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