The 2017 Bethel University Women’s Soccer Residential Camp is a 4-day event from July 24 to July 27, 2017. It is open to all female soccer players, 8 to 18 years old. The camp will provide an overview of the competitive college soccer training environment. It will not only focus on ball handling instructions but the total technical and tactical development of the attendees. It will highlight shooting, passing, dribbling, and goalkeeping drills. Furthermore, the camp will provide sessions regarding college recruitment procedures. In essence, the camp will be an encouraging and at the same time an enjoyable experience. It will take place at the Bethel University – Wildcat Soccer Complex.
Bethel University (Tennessee) is a private university in McKenzie, Tennessee. It also has campuses in Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga, Jackson, Paris, and Clarksville. The university is an affiliation of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. And, it has an accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The university is Tier 2 in the Regional Universities South, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Currently, its student population is around 5,900. The university student to faculty ratio is 17 is to 1. It offers 47 academic programs. Bethel University has 20 intercollegiate sports teams. They call themselves the Wildcats. Correspondingly, purple and vegas gold are their identity colors. The Bethel University women’s soccer team is playing in the NAIA, Southern States Athletic Conference.
2017 Bethel University Women’s Soccer Residential Camp Organizers
Misty Aird is the head coach of the lady Wildcats women’s soccer team since the 2001 season. She is a 5-time KIAC “Coach of the Year” awardee. In addition, she is also a 2-time NAIA Region XII “Coach of the Year” awardee. The Lady Wildcats has 6 KIAC Championships under her guidance. Then, the team;s assistant coach is Stanislav Jamscek. Coach Jamscek is entering his 8th season as the Lady Wildcats assistant coach. He is a member of the Mid-Continent University KIAC conference as well as NCCAA tournament championship team.