Summer SAQ Camp - This registration program is open to both boys and girls U10-U19 current CSC players and U10-U18 LYSA Recreational players that would like to participate in our Summer Speed, Agility, and Quickness camp. This camp will set a foundation of fundamental understanding of speed, agility, and quickness. All participants will complete camp with a basic knowledge of Speed/Agility/Quickness and an eight week program they can do on their own at home. The camp will be staffed by SAQ Director, Dave Lapeyrouse, certified trainer and other certified staff. All sessions will take place at Moore Park in age appropriate groupings to ensure each session’s workload matches each individual player’s physical development requirements and thresholds.
The four (4) day SAQ Camp will be $100.00 and you must register on or before June 5th.
Summer SAQ Training Program - This registration program is open to both boys and girls U10-U19 current CSC players and U10-U12 LYSA Recreational players that would like to participate in our Summer Speed, Agility, and Quickness Program. The program will combine the expertise of both Cajun Soccer Club & SAQ Director, Dave Lapeyrouse, certified trainer, in the respective areas of soccer and athlete development to create an environment that places the training focus on soccer specific techniques in conjunction with enhancing the foundational athletic principles of individual balance, coordination, and explosiveness. The program will consist of two (2) sessions per week running from July 5th - 27th led by Dave Lapeyrouse and other certified staff. All sessions will take place at Moore Park in age appropriate groupings to ensure each session’s workload matches each individual player’s physical development requirements and thresholds.
The four (4) week SAQ Program will be $120.00 and you must register on or before June 25th. Participating players are registered for the entire 4-week (8 sessions) and may not register for individual sessions. Session will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays with the exception of the first week due to the 4th of July, that week will be Tuesday and Wednesday, July 5th and 6th.
Summer GK Training - This registration is open for U10-U19 current Cajun Soccer Club Goalkeeper players. Goalkeepers will be split into groups based on skills. The Keeper Training will focus on the technical, tactical, mental, and physical aspects of the position. Keepers will compete against each other every session. The CSC Goalkeeper Training will work on the basics and progress to the more complex aspects of the position. Players will be put in both low-pressure as well as high-pressure situations and encounter challenges that will aid in the development of their decision making. Foot skills training will also be a component of their daily routine throughout the summer. The camp will directed by Dave Lapeyrouse and staffed by him and other members of the CSC Goalkeeper staff. Dave Lapeyrouseserved for eight years as the Director of Coaching at the Cajun Soccer Club. Prior to becoming the Director of Coaching for CSC, Dave spent four years at Northwestern State University as the first assistant coach. Played 4yrs at Belmont Abbey College (Belmont, NC). Dave has also coached at the High School, ODP and Men's amateur level.
Sessions will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm at Moore Park starting June 7th through June 30th. Field number will be announced.
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Following a comprehensive review of elite player development in the United States and around the world, U.S. Soccer created the Development Academy in 2007 to provide education, resources, and support to impact everyday club environments that will develop world-class players. The Academy Program's philosophy is based on increased training, less total games, and more meaningful games. The Development Academy offers clubs and teams the ability to get into Development Academy exclusive events which has made it more difficult for our players to be seen by college coaches.
As this program has grown it has become more and more apparent that this is the future of youth soccer in the U.S. While we can’t meet all the requirements of the Development Academy, we believe that switching to a comparable Academy style model will put our players at the forefront of soccer in Louisiana and provide more opportunities for continued development. This environment will continue to push our players to develop both on and off the field as well as provide more opportunities to be successful in the ever changing soccer landscape.
Our Senior Academy teams will consist of our most competitive, most committed, and most talented players. The teams will be formed by dual age groups to form a U14/U15, a U16/U17, and a U18/U19 team for both boys and girls creating a total of six (6) teams. Our Senior Academy teams will train a minimum of three (3) times per week and will compete at the highest level within LCSL (Louisiana Competitive Soccer League) and GSPL (Gulf State Premier League). Additionally these teams will travel to 3-4 major college showcase events during the 2016-17 year. The top players in the age groups mentioned will be chosen to play on our Senior Academy teams.
Senior Academy teams will play to win league and tournament championships, as well as serve as the primary college preparatory training and game environment. Coaching decisions regarding playing time, player positions, and training will be made in an attempt to field the most competitive environment at all times while still emphasizing player development. Senior Academy teams also require the greatest commitment from the player and the family. Multi-sport athletes who are chosen to play on a Senior Academy team are highly encouraged to consider soccer their primary sport. Players on Senior Academy teams are expected to make all training sessions, games, and events which places a premium on planning for other family activities. Players may be moved from a Senior Academy team to a Fury/Rage team at any point throughout the year if they fail to meet the specified requirements regarding level of play and commitment.
It is our intent to continue to offer our Fury/Rage teams in each age group as well. These teams will be formed by birth year to create age group specific teams and will play in LCSL, as well as compete in GSPL when it is deemed appropriate. Our Fury/Rage teams will play competitive soccer with an emphasis on player development, winning games, and moving players into the Senior Academy team. These teams will operate no differently than our current teams.
During the tryout registration process, players/parents will be asked to select which level within CSC that a player would like to play. Selecting the highest possible level will mean they would like to be considered for and are committed to the Senior Academy. As always, players will be evaluated and placed on the appropriate team according to their ability.
During the TWO-DAY College ID Camp EVERYONE (including goalkeepers) will receive specific technical training geared toward their position; everyone will then be included and evaluated in small sided and full match setting. The two-day camp gives every athlete attending "MULTIPLE" opportunities to be seen and trained by the college coaches that are attending.
The camp will be held at MOORE PARK in LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA on August 1st and 2nd 2016.
A TWO-DAY PAYMENT OPTION (priced at $215) for both Monday August 1st 2016 and Tuesday August 2nd 2016.
Team and Military Discounts Available (Contact TB Soccer Academy for more information) FIRST 10 SIGN-UPS WILL RECEIVE A NEW TB SOCCER ACADEMY T-SHIRT