The 2017 California State University Fullerton College ID Camp will be on June 4, 2017. It is inviting male players 14 years of age or older. It is an ideal camp for excellent players who dream of playing at the collegiate level. The camp starts at 9:00 AM and ends at 12:30 PM. It will take place in Titan Soccer Stadium-Fullerton which is a leading-edge facility. The camp will be a venue for potential college players to showcase their abilities. It will be a college level atmosphere experience. Players will have high-level training that will improve their technical and tactical skills. The nature of the whole event will be fun and competitive. Coaches from NCAA Division I teams will handle the training sessions. The university men’s soccer coaching staff organizes this clinic.
California State University Fullerton is an affiliation of California State University system. It is a public research university. Currently, it accommodates around 40,200 students. It is 202nd in the latest US News and World Report rankings. Also, it is 351st in Forbes’ latest national rankings. Cal State Fullerton has 20 athletics teams. The athletics teams nickname is Titan. Then, the university’s identity colors are navy blue, orange, and white. Its men’s soccer team is playing in the Big West Conference of NCAA Div I. They are 2nd in the conference last season. And, they are the 2014 and 2015 Big West Champions.
2017 California State University Fullerton College ID Camp Organizers
Leading the camp is Titans head coach George Kuntz. 2017 will be his 3rd season as head coach of the team. During his first 2 seasons, the Titans won the BW Tournament consecutively. Before coming to Fullerton, he led UC Irvine into 4 BW Tournament Championships. In addition, Coach George is a 2-time NSCAA/Adidas Far West Region Coach of the Year awardee. The teams assistant coaches are Carlos Aguilar and Kyle Schmid.