The mission of Terrier Training is to provide soccer programming for girls that focuses on developing and refining techniques, introducing and enhancing an understanding of soccer tactics, as well as offering auxiliary programming that supports the development of the whole player.
Through age and experience appropriate curriculums, our staff provides a challenging and fun learning environment. Terrier Training is geared toward the player aspiring to improve and develop. In all our program settings, we believe the involvement of qualified and experienced female coaches and players as teachers and role models is an important aspect of the learning environment, and preparing to play soccer at the next level.
“A quick but belated note of appreciation to sincerely thank you and your soccer staff for the most excellent Soccer Camp held at BU earlier this summer. My wife and I were impressed with the organization of your Camp and the kindnesses and patience shown to our daughter by you and your staff coaches. She came away with a new enthusiasm and commitment for soccer, and she will continue on in that sport at Tabor Academy this Fall.”
“Thank you for the wonderful experience I had at Terrier Training camp last week! I really enjoyed my time there, and I picked up some advice and tips which will help bring my game to the next level. It was also great to be able to spend time on the BU campus and train on Nickerson Field! The staff and coaching was excellent, by far the best camp I have attended!”
“Thank you for the opportunity to train with you during camp. I enjoyed the high level of training and the camaraderie. Being able to work individually with you and to meet the entire Boston University coaching staff and current players was a great experience. I enjoyed the intensity of the training and your coaching style.”
“I wanted to let you know that I had a great time at the Terrier's Advanced Overnight Camp last week. The coaching staff was excellent and the girls on the BU soccer team were really nice and really fun to be around. I made a lot of great new friends and learned more about what I need to focus on to realize my dream of playing soccer in college. Thank you very much for creating such a memorable experience. I hope to see you again at ECNL events during the 2011-12 season.”