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Rattler Overnight Camp


June 20th -23rd
Boys Ages: 10 - 18
Residenital: $384
Commuter: $324
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The St. Mary’s Men's Soccer Camp provides a competitive environment for each participant. Players are grouped by age and ability in order to create an atmosphere that promotes development and ensures each participant receives appropriate technical and tactical training. Through the teaching of our highly qualified staff these skills are reinforced with daily small sided play, and full sided matches along with informational fun presentations and games nights.

Campers will be housed in our residence halls and will have numerous nutritious meal options at our cafeteria 3 times a day.
 
Day 1
3:00 PM 
Check-In
5:00 PM   Night Session / Dinner
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM   Presentation by coaches (various topics)
Day 2 & 3
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
 Breakfast
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM   Morning Technical Taining
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM   Lunch
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM   Afternoon Training / Small Sided Games
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM   Dinner
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM   Evening Full Team Games
10:00 PM   Bed Check
Day 4
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM 
 Breakfast
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM   Tournament Games
10:15 AM - 10:45 AM   Closing Ceremony
11:00 AM   Check-Out (St.MU Dorms)
 
What to Pack:

Below is a list of suggested articles to bring to the residential camps, please read carefully:
  • rain jacket
  • sleeping bag or bed linens (dorm beds require FULL sheets) (including blanket), pillow
  • 1 pair soccer shoes, 1 pair flat-soled shoes (regular sneakers, not high tops) to be worn for training and cafeteria use, shinguards.
  • watch - it is recommended that each camper bring an inexpensive watch to assist him in keeping on schedule.
  • three day supply of socks, underwear, shirts, shorts. Laundry facilities are limited, so send enough clothes for twelve training sessions.  No 'dress clothes' are required.
  • a small bag to carry your ball, small towel, shoes, etc. to field
  • TOWELS, soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, SUNSCREEN
  • BALL -  every camper MUST bring a ball to camp if he is not buying one at camp. Each camper is responsible for his own ball.
Camp Office:

If you have a problem of any kind, you can come to the camp office (location of camp office will be posted in every dorm). We suggest that campers mark all belongings with name tags and LEAVE EXPENSIVE CAMERAS AND WATCHES AT HOME. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE SHOULD SUCH ITEMS BE LOST OR STOLEN.
 
Commuters:
1. CHECK-IN: Please check in 3.00pm)
You will be given an access key which will give you access to the exterior doors of the dorms where you will be able to go to rest during your free time.  Be sure to eat lunch at home on the first day before you come to check in.  Your first meal at camp will be dinner on registration day.
2. AFTER CHECK-IN: Please come prepared to play on the first day and to stay on the first day until 8:30pm. You will need soccer shoes, shinguards, a ball, towel, and sneakers ) to wear in the cafeteria and for training.  You will also need a tote bag for this equipment, sunscreen, and a clean shirt and shorts.
5. DEPARTURE ON THE LAST DAY OF CAMP: All commuters will be ready to check out after their game on the last day of camp, usually between 10:00 and 11:00am.
6. MEALS: Lunch and dinner are provided for all commuters. The first meal at camp is dinner on the first day, so be sure to eat lunch at home before you come to registration.