The Concord University will be holding its annual soccer ID camp on July 29. The Concord University Women’s Soccer Elite ID Camp is for 9th to 12th-grade female soccer players. This event contains a lot of programs that aims to develop the participant’s technical and tactical abilities. It is an initiative of the Concord University women’s soccer coaching staff and its current players. Furthermore, this training program provides an opportunity for campers to reach their greatest potentials. It is also a chance to be a part of the university women’s soccer varsity team. It will place at 1000 Vermillion Street Athens, WV 24712. In addition, each registration includes a lunch and a camp t-shirt.
Concord University is public, coeducational, liberal arts university in Athens, West Virginia. It is a member of the West Virginia Higher Education System as well as the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The institution is Tier 2 in the Regional Universities South, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Moreover, the university has an accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission. Currently, the total undergraduate students’ population is at 2,142 and the student to faculty ratio is 16:1. Concord University fields 16 intercollegiate athletics teams. These teams are competing in the Mountain East Conference of NCAA Division 2. They call themselves the Mountain Lions while maroon and gray are their identity colors. The Mountain Lions women’s soccer team is 7th in the most recent conference standings.
Concord University Women’s Soccer Elite ID Camp Organizers
The head coach of Concord University women’s soccer team is Luke Duffy. He is the former Queen University assistant coach. Coach Luke Duffy is a soccer standout during his playing days. He is a member of the 2009 First Team All-American. Coach Duffy is also the 2008 Conference Carolinas Tournament MVP. Additionally, he is an all-conference member every season of his soccer career. Then, the Mountain Lions women’s soccer team assistant coach is Sarah Mahar.