Calvin College Men’s Soccer Elite College Prep Camp is a 4-day event from June 19 to June 22. It is inviting all 13 to 18 years old male soccer players. The camp will be an outstanding experience for those who aspires to play at the collegiate level. Its goal is to harness the technical skills and tactical understanding of the participants. Drills will focus on improving shooting, dribbling, passing, heading, and defending skills. There will also be competitive small sided and full sided matches. In general, the camp will be a challenging but fun environment. This event will accommodate overnight as well as commuter campers. It will take place at Zuidema Field on the Calvin College campus.
Calvin College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It is an affiliation of the Christian Reformed Church. The institution is also a member of the Calvin Theological Seminary and the Council of Independent Colleges. Moreover, it is 1st in the Regional Colleges Midwest 2017 rankings. Likewise, it is also 1st in the Best Undergraduate Teaching rankings. Currently, the student population is around 4,000. The student to faculty ratio is 13 is to 1. Calvin College has 10 intercollegiate sports teams. These teams are campaigning in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association of NCAA Division 3. Their nickname is Knights. Correspondingly, maroon and gold are their identity colors. Calvin Knights men’s soccer is the 2016 MIAA Regular Season and Tournament Champions.
Calvin College Men’s Soccer Elite College Prep Camp Organizers
Ryan Souders is the Calvin Knights men’s soccer head coach since 2012. He is the 2010 Division III Men’s Soccer Central Region Coach of the Year. Under his guidance, the team has already 5 MIAA Championships. Coach Souders is a Bachelor of Science degree in applied health science and at the same time a Bachelor of Arts degree in business and economics holder. Then, the Calvin College men’s soccer assistant coaches are Sean Broekhuizen and Brady Bryant.