Columbia College will be holding its annual men’s soccer ID camp on July 18. The Columbia College Cougars Men’s Soccer Elite ID Camp is open to high school age male soccer players. It will provide a valuable training and competition experience for those who aspires to play at the collegiate level. It is also an opportunity to showcase excellent soccer skills and be a part of the Columbia College men’s soccer roster. In essence, the event will be a challenging but enjoyable training environment. Additionally, it aims to develop the technical and tactical capabilities of the participants. It will take place at the R. Marvin Owens Field which is one of the region’s top-notch facilities. The program will start at 1:45 PM and end at 5:30 PM.
Columbia College is a private coeducational college in Columbia, Missouri. It is an affiliation by a covenant of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). The college has a Higher Learning Commission accreditation. It is offering 10 associate degrees, 59 bachelor’s degrees, and 4 master’s degrees. Currently, Columbia College accommodates around 16,300 nationwide students. The student to faculty ratio for day campus is 12 is to 1. Furthermore, the college has 15 intercollegiate sports teams. They are competing in the American Midwest Conference of NAIA Division 1. Their nickname is Cougars. Correspondingly, navy blue and silver are their identity colors. The Cougars men’s soccer has already 7 American Midwest Conference Championships.
Columbia College Cougars Men’s Soccer Elite ID Camp Organizers
John Klein is the Cougars men’s soccer team head coach. At the same time, he is also the head coach of the Cougars women’s soccer team. Coach John Klein is the winningest coach in the Columbia College soccer history. In addition, he is also a soccer standout during his playing days. Then, the men’s soccer assistant coach, as well as the women’s soccer assistant coach, is Meg Goddard. Finally, completing the Cougars men’s coaching staff is Gordon Lyng, the graduate assistant coach.