The 2017 Cornell University Girl’s Soccer College Training Camp is for girls 15 to 19 years old. The camp is for players who aspire to play in a collegiate level environment. This is a 3-day camp that includes full-sided games each day. The camp is from July 21 to July 23, 2017. Registrations are only until July 14, 2017. In essence, the camp will simulate a college level training and competition. It is going to be a fun yet competitive experience. The camp will take place at McGovern Fields, a state of the art facility. The Cornell Women’s Soccer coaching staff organizes this clinic. Its current varsity players will also impart their knowledge to the attendees.
Cornell University is a land grant doctoral university in Ithaca, New York. Its founders are Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White. The university has 7 undergraduate colleges. It is currently 15th in the US News and World Reports national rankings. And also, it is 29th in Forbes’ national rankings. The university has 14,300 undergraduate students. Cornell University has currently 36 athletics teams. They are known as the Cornell Big Red. Carnelian, white, and gray are the universities official colors. The university women’s soccer team is competing in Ivy League of NCAA Div I. The team is 7th in the conference. The team has already 3 Ivy League championships. Then, one of its players is in the Conference Top 20.
2017 Cornell University Girl’s Soccer College Training Camp Organizers
Leading the camp is the women’s soccer team new Head Coach, Dwight Hornibrook. He is the team’s assistant coach for 5 years before assuming the head coaching role this year. He a Canadian Soccer Association ‘A’ licensee. And, coach Dwight is a National Coaching Certification Program Level 5. The team’s assistant coach and goalkeeper coach is Tori Christ. She has the Ivy League record of 88 saves in 2012. Coach Tori is also a 3-time Randy May Coaches’ awardee.