Duke Soccer School for Girls hosts soccer camps for players of all ages and abilities throughout the year in conjunction with Duke women’s soccer and Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Our goal is to help campers enjoy a positive experience while mastering techniques and tactics that will help them improve as players. We have a proven track record of helping players develop as many of our alumnae have gone on to play at the collegiate and professional levels. Our campers receive individualized attention from our elite coaching staff, which features not only the Duke women’s soccer coaches but also high-level college and club coaches.
Duke head coach Robbie Church is set to direct another fun and educational season of Duke Soccer School camps and clinics. In over 20 seasons with the Blue Devils, Church has led Duke to more than 200 wins and 14 NCAA Tournament berths including College Cup appearances in 2011, 2015, and 2017. Church is joined by Duke’s outstanding corps of coaches — Kieran Hall, Lane Davis, and Carla Overbeck — as well as elite college and club coaches from the area. Duke Soccer School participants receive instruction from a host of expert coaches with extensive playing and coaching experience at the club, college, and professional levels.
Consistently ranked among the top NCAA Division I women’s soccer programs in the country, Duke has cemented its status among the nation’s elite with four NCAA quarterfinal appearances and two trips to the national championship game in the past five seasons alone. As members of the ultra-competitive Atlantic Coast Conference, the Blue Devils face the highest level of collegiate competition year after year. Duke Soccer School alumnae have left their mark on the program with former Blue Devils Christina Gibbons, Mollie Pathman, Andrea Crane, Meaghan FitzGerald, Anastasia Hunt, Erin Koballa, Kendall Bradley, Lauren Simel, Katie Roark, Erin Hathorn, Jenny Alleva, and Kelly Hathorn attending camp prior to their Duke careers.