Baylor to Host Randy Waldrum Soccer Academy

July 3, 1997

Baylor University will sponsor three sessions of Baylor Soccer Academy led by Randy Waldrum, Baylor women's soccer coach.

Waldrum was a four-time All-District selection and a two time All-Area Player. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Skyhawks of the American Soccer League and concluded his playing career with the Indianapolis Daredevils of the ASL. After his first year as Baylor women's soccer coach, the team finished 17-3-1 and placed third in the Big 12 Tournament.

The first session, to be held July 13-18 offers a total instructional package to improve the players game. This camp is geared toward students ages 10 and up.

The second session, to be held July 21-25, offers a day camp with morning and evening classes. The morning session begins at 9 a.m. and concludes at 11:30 a.m. The evening classes begin at 6 p.m. and conclude at 8:30 p.m.

The third session, to be held July 27-August 1, is designed to provide instruction for experienced players ages 12 and up. Campers must play for a high level club team or be accepted by the Baylor Soccer Academy to attend.

Baylor University will offer the first goalkeeper academy during the July 27-August 1 session only. Lincoln Phillips, director or the Top Flight Goalkeeping Academy and former National Team Goalkeeper coach, will offer top training to all interested.

Cost to attend the first session is $325, the day camp is $65 and third session is $325.

For more information, contact Waldrum at 755-3090.

For more information about the Goalkeepers Academy, contact Top Flight Goalkeeping Academy at (410) 997-7591.

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