The 2017 Bellarmine University Men’s Soccer Summer ID Camp will be from June 8 to June 9, 2017. It is open for 9th to 12th-grade boys with a passion for playing soccer. It is an opportunity to test and showcase soccer skills in a college level atmosphere. This is a 2-day event that will take place in Owsley B Frazier Stadium which is inside the university campus. Training sessions are set in the same manner Bellarmine University varsity players train. The whole camp will be a competitive and fun experience. It is set to start at 9:00 AM on Day 1 and end at 12:00 PM on Day 2. The university men’s soccer coaching staff organizes this clinic and the varsity players are also going to provide their help in the sessions.
Bellarmine University is a private, Catholic university in Louisville, Kentucky. The name is in respect to Saint Roberto Bellarmino. Currently, the university has around 3,800 undergraduate students. It is 11th in the US News and World Reports in southern regional universities rankings. And also, it is 224th in Forbes’ national rankings. The university has 20 varsity teams and they are known as the Knights. The university’s identity colors are scarlet and silver. Its men’s soccer team is playing in NCAA Div I, Great Lakes Valley Conference. The team is 10th in GLVC in the 2016 season.
2017 Bellarmine University Men’s Soccer Summer ID Camp Organizers
Men’s soccer head coach Tim Chastonay will lead the summer camp. He is the 2005 Great Lakes Valley Conference Coach of the Year awardee. He is the head coach of the team since 1998. Under his guidance, the team has 9 GLVC Tournament appearances. Then, in 2009, he led the Bellarmine women’s soccer team to its first-ever NCAA Tournament. Also, coach Tim is a KHSAA Soccer Coach of the Year awardee. Completing the coaching staff are assistant coaches Craig Jones, Chris Cahill, Ryan Smith, and Tom Gillette.