Team Camps

Any high school or club coach that would be interested in having their team attend our team camp, please contact Assistant Coach Pat Morris via email,

Staff: Director, Don D’Ambra and Assistant Directors – Pat Morris & Steve Wacker *Our camp will be staffed with other local DI, DII, DIII college coaches so that your players get maximum exposure during this camp.

*All campers receive a SJU camp t-shirt and drawstring bag.
*Check made payable to: SJU Soccer Camps, PO Box 723, Turnersville, NJ 08012
*Excellent discounts available, please contact SJU staff coaches for details, pmorris@sju or

“Each team will be trained by our experienced staff on the field during the sessions each day after seeing a demonstration of the curriculum. We will share everything we can about what is required to compete at the highest level and to help high school players and coaches expand their own knowledge of the game.” Don D’Ambra

Training Objective
Our objective is to create a training environment that challenges all levels of teams. For 5 days (3 hours per day) this summer we will be running a team camp designed for you, a boys soccer coach. When you come to our camp, you will be exposed to the technical and tactical aspects of the NCAA Division I level. Our goal is for every player and coach to walk away motivated, inspired and eager to carry the things learned at our camp into your high school season.

Don D’Ambra, SJU staff coaches will conduct one lectures/demonstration each day in which the curriculum will be reviewed with you, plus personal insights into what we feel can help take your team to the next level. Our camp will be staffed with other local DI, DII, DIII college coaches so that your players get maximum exposure during this camp. You will be taught tactical concepts and learn some of the ‘intangible’ factors that can make your team more competitive. At the end of the morning training session your players will be challenged with matches against other teams in the camp so every your team will be exposed to the following during the week: quality demonstrations, instructional field sessions, lectures, and 11 v 11 competitions.