Take advantage of this great opportunity to train with collegiate Division I coaches and players on the Charleston Southern University campus.
Eric Terrill Soccer Camps are for the players to have fun while improving their soccer abilities at the same time. Our main focus of instruction is on technical development(for younger players) and tactical development(for older players) incorporated into small-sided games, Campers will be grouped by ability after the intial session. The curriculum will be adjusted to meet the needs of the group. All training sessions will emphasize finishing and attacking aspects of the game.
Eric Terrill enters his twentieth first season as the head coach for the Women’s Soccer Program at Charleston Southern University. Terrill has produced 68 all-conference players, three Big South rookies of the year, and 3 Big South player of the year. In addition to his college coaching experience, Terrill also has been active in the soccer community as a club director as well as a camp instructor at many nationally known camps throughout the Southeast. He has served as a South Carolina Olympic staff coach and also has been involved with Region III, Virginia ODP, and Tennessee ODP. Terrill has an Advanced National Diploma and brings a vast amount of experience, enthusiastic, and positive attitude to coaching.
Christi Rostin has been on Terrill's staff since May of 2008, and was recently promoted to Associate Head Coach. She played under Terrill for four years, 1997-2000. She has been involved in the South Carolina Olympic Development Program and youth soccer in Charleston since 2003, working with boys and girls of all ages. Christi brings years of camp and youth training experience to the staff and has a passion for working with young players.
These camps are a great environment for your daughter to learn to be a better soccer player. Eric Terrill Soccer camps are held on the beautiful campus of Charleston Southern University. All soccer activities will be held on the CSU game field and adjacent training fields. The Brewer Center will be used in the case of inclement weather.
9:00-10:00 Warm up, Skills circuit
10:00-11:30 Technical Training
11:30-1:30 Lunch, Pool
1:45-3:00 Tactical training
3:00-4:00 small sided games