About BURY SOCCER CAMP

 

Philosophy

BURY SOCCER CAMP is back for our third summer in 2019! While the name is new, the faces are not. After working under Coach Gerry DiBartolo and Coach Tim Lee at the Soccer Session Camps since summer 2007 Alex Hargrove and Josh Scotton will carry on providing an exciting and educational experience each summer! Our youth campers get to experience everything the Salisbury University campus has to offer. Plenty of great soccer action plus lunch in the dining hall! Due to updates the pool will not be open for our summer 2019 camps.

The youth camp is open for players of all levels. Whether you are a novice or have been playing for years our goal is to create a engaging environment that challenges players while fostering a continuing love for the game!

The high school camp is designed to help prepare local players for their upcoming high school soccer tryouts and season. Players will be challenged technically and tactically in a competitive environment where fitness will continue to be develop through playing the game. 

Both camps will be held on the campus of Salisbury University. For our youth camp this provides the perfect mix of soccer and fun! Players have the opportunity to play on the same fields as our college athletes, eat in the university cafeteria, and swim in the pool! 

Location

THANK YOU FOR A GREAT SUMMER!

BURY SOCCER CAMP STAFF

 

Coach Alex Hargrove

Alex Hargrove is the current Men's Soccer Coach at Salisbury University. He will be entering his second season in the position this fall after serving as an assistant with the Sea Gulls from 2010 - 2015.

Hargrove played collegiately for Salisbury from 2006 - 2009. Over his four year career he played in 81 matches, tallying 21 goals and 9 assists.

After graduating, Hargrove stayed on as a graduate assistant coach while completing his Master of Science in Applied Health Physiology. During that period he completed an internship at the world renown IMG Academies and became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA. In addition to his coaching duties at SU Hargrove served as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Health and Human Services.

As a Maryland Certified Physical Education Teacher Hargrove spent the 2014-2015 school serving as Athletic Director and P.E. Teacher at St. Francis de Sales Catholic School. He has been an active member of the youth soccer community on the eastern shore serving as a coach, trainer, and camp director for multiple organizations.

Coach Josh Scotton

Josh Scotton is the current head coach for the Varsity Boy’s and Girls’ soccer teams at Laurel High School in Laurel, Delaware.  Scotton is entering his 3rd season as the head coach of the Bulldogs where he has quickly helped Laurel to become a competitive program in the Henlopen Conference. 

Scotton played collegiately for Salisbury from 2006-2009.  The Delmar, Maryland native finished his senior season with a 0.52 goals against average and a 0.839 save percentage. 

After graduating, Scotton began his high school coaching career as an Assistant Coach at Delmar High School for one year before moving on to coach at the collegiate level in 2011.  Scotton spent 4 years as the Goalkeeper Coach at Salisbury University during the 2011-2014 seasons in which the Gulls made 3 NCAA Tournament appearances.  During this period, SU’s goalkeepers maintained a 0.69 goals against average with a 0.824 save percentage. 

Apart from his soccer background, Scotton is a Salisbury University Alum, graduating in 2010 with Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education.  In the fall of 2010, he began his teaching career in Wicomico County at Parkside High School as a Special Education Teacher.  Scotton remained at Parkside until 2015 and was involved in mentor programs as well as coaching with the Varsity Baseball Team.  In the fall of 2015, Scotton made a switch to Laurel High School as a Physical Education Teacher.  He will be entering his 8th year in Education in the fall of 2017.

REGISTRATION

 

With the High School camp less than two weeks away, please email Alex Hargrove directly to register. 

Email: arhargrove@salisbury.edu