We do a lot as a team.

We donate.  

The OHS Girls Soccer program loves to give back. 

Every October we organize a pink out game and collect donations for breast cancer.

We've donated hundreds to the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer screenings in our local area.

We also create community camps for young players in our feeder pattern to donate soccer gear to Title I Schools in our county.  The Fast and Furious Soccer Camp provides campers with basic soccer skills and equipment to the young players who don't have the fundraising for soccer gear.  Additionally, we run a camp for upcoming players and focus on core soccer skills to promote as well.

We sail.

The OHS Girls Soccer program has many annual traditions.

Throughout an average season, we cover a lot of ground.

Not just soccer fields and stadiums, but water as well. 

The OHS Girls Soccer program has sailed or floated the Potomac River, Youghiogheny River and maybe a few others.

We've white water rafted class IV rapids and paddled waters from MD, WV, to PA! It's an awesome team building day for the team.

We build.  

We team-build.  We loved themed practices and other sports.

 We believe that hand and eye coordination is vital to better our athletes, especially our soccer players who tend to use just feet.  

So we have an annual dodgeball tournament, just to keep them on their toes.

It's normally a themed practice and players take it very seriously.  

We also have a motivating Halloween practice  right before play-offs.

We yoga in between games for recovery to build strength.

We play wiffle ball with some team building activities in between as well to help build teamwork.

We eat.  

One of our favorite practices is the last one of the summer; it represents the true start to our season and we have a team breakfast to commemorate the beginning of a new year.  But we also have pasta parties throughout the season to prep for big games and try to promote healthy eating habits.

We play.  

The OHS Girls Soccer program has many annual traditions.

One of them is our annual 9 v 11 JV/Varsity game.  It's a great opportunity to show our support for both teams before the busy season starts but it's also a great way to share our support for those fans behind the bench as well.

Oakdale Girls Soccer

Oakdale High School

Ijamsville, Maryland​