The 2017 Bentley University Men’s College Prospect Academy is an annual event for high school-aged male soccer players. It is an excellent opportunity for those who wants to play at the collegiate level. They will be given an opportunity to showcase their soccer skills in front of college coaches. Sessions will include discussion about college recruiting processes. Furthermore, the camp will polish the camper’s technical and tactical abilities. It will immerse participants into a day life of a collegiate varsity. The event is also a chance to get to know the Bentley University men’s soccer coaching staff and its current players. It will be a 2-day event from August 7 to August 8, 2017. It will take place on the Bentley University campus. Check-in will be at 8:15 AM on Day.
Bentley University is a private university in Waltham, Massachusetts. It has an AACSB International and The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business accreditation. Additionally, the university has also a New England Association of Schools and Colleges Inc. (NEASC) accreditation. The university is 3rd in the Regional Universities North, 2017 rankings. Also, it is 48th in the Business Programs rankings. Currently, it accommodates a total of 5,200 undergraduate and graduate students. The student to faculty ratio is 12 is to 1. The university has 23 intercollegiate varsity teams. They are campaigning in the Northeast-10 Conference of NCAA Division 2. They call themselves, the Falcons. Blue and white are the university’s official colors. The Falcons men’s soccer team has already 3 Northeast 10 Conference titles.
2017 Bentley University Men’s College Prospect Academy Organizers
Gary Crompton is the head coach of the Bently University men’s soccer team since 2008. He is the 2015 Northeast-10 Coach of the Year. Prior to Bentley, Coach Crompton is a former assistant coach at Harvard University. Additionally, Coach Crompton is a USSF “A” license holder. Then, the team’s assistant coaches are Bobby Shuttleworth and Matt Marcoux. Coach Bobby Shuttleworth is at the same time the goalkeeper of the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer.