The 2017 Boston University Women’s Soccer Summer Academy is a 4-day event from July 20 to July 23, 2017. Is is open to female soccer players who are serious about developing their skills to its fullest potential. The camp will also introduce an in-depth understanding about the tactical facets of the game. It will be an experience on what it is like to train like a Boston University women’s soccer player. This is also a venue for players who desires to play at the college level. The training program includes playing in 4v4, 6v6, 8v8, and 11v11 matches. The event will start at 12:00 PM on Day 1 and end at 12:30 PM on Day 4. Every attendee will receive a free soccer academy t-shirt.
Boston University is a private, research, nonsectarian university in Boston, Massachusetts. It is an affiliation of the United Methodist Church. The university is a member of the Association of American Universities as well as the Universities Research Association. The university is 39th in the National Universities. 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. And, it is 61st in the Best Value Schools rankings. Currently, the university student population is around 33,100. The student to faculty ratio is 12 is to 1. In addition, the university has 20 intercollegiate varsity teams. They are participating in the Patriot League of NCAA Division 1. Their nickname is Terriers while scarlet and white are their identity colors. The Boston University women’s soccer team has already 12 Conference Tournament Championships.
2017 Boston University Women’s Soccer Summer Academy Organizers
Nancy Feldman is the women’s soccer team head coach since the 1994 season. Coach Nancy Feldman is a 10-time Conference Coach of the Year. Additionally, she is also a 2-time NSCAA Region Coach of the Year. The Boston Terriers has 13 NCAA Tournament appearances under her guidance. Prior to Boston, Coach Feldman is also a 2-time Little East Conference Coach of the Year. She is a USSF “B” License holder and at the same an Advanced National Diploma holder. Then, the team’s assistant coaches are Emma Clark and Molly Poletto.