Seattle University head women’s soccer coach Julie Woodward and her staff are offering four different camps throughout the summer for aspiring soccer players. All four camps will take place at Championship Field on the SU campus in Seattle, Wash.

“Camp season is always an exciting time of year,” said Woodward. “We get to welcome all different kinds of players to our beautiful Seattle U campus and picture perfect Championship Field. Every year we are surprised by the level of players who attend our camps, and by the amount of improvement and enjoyment we see over the course of every camp. It’s a wonderful experience to work with such great people and I can’t wait to get started again this summer.”

On June 2, the Nike Soccer ID Camp will welcome girls ages 14-18 and will be focused on evaluation for potential future Redhawks. The one day camp will last from 1 pm – 9 pm and will cost $120.00.

From July 8-11, the Nike Soccer Coed Day Camp is open to boys and girls 5-13 years old and will focus on skill development and fun. There are three different options for campers, including all day and two half-day options. To participate in the full all-day camp each day (9 am – 3 pm), the registration fee is $250.00. To participate in one of two half-day options (9 am – 12 pm or 12 pm – 3 pm), the registration fee is $175.00.

The Nike Soccer Girls Residential Camp will welcome girls 12-16 from July 12-18, and will be focused on evaluation, player development and fun. Campers will have the option of staying overnight for $475.00 or for an extended day (9 am – 8:30 pm) for $300.00.

Woodward, the camp director, finished her 16th season at the helm of the Redhawk women’s soccer program in 2012, leading the team to the WAC Tournament semifinals in their first year in the conference. She serves as the dean of coaches at Seattle U, earning the respect of her peers with her style of coaching, which has led to 15 winning seasons and 200+ career wins.

To register, visit the Seattle U women’s soccer camps website at

For questions or more information, contact associate head coach/ camp co-director, Rich Schreiner, at (206) 605-9954 or

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