The 2017 Gordon College Fighting Scots Women’s Soccer ID Camp is open to all junior and senior girls. It is a 3-day clinic that will start on July 21 and end on July 23, 2017. It is a chance to experience the culture of the Gordon College Women’s Soccer team. The camp is set to provide personalized attention to each participant. Thus, the organizers limit the available slots. The camp has a commitment to improving the technical and tactical skills of the attendees. The experience will be challenging but fun. The event organizers are the women’s soccer coaching staff. It will start at 2:00 PM of Day 1 and end at 11:30 AM of Day 3. The camp will take place inside the Gordon College- Wenham campus.
Gordon College is a Christian college in Wenham, Massachusetts. It got its name from its founder, Rev. Dr. Adoniram Judson (A. J.) Gordon. Christian service is part of the college’s mission. It currently accommodates around 1,700 undergraduate students. It is 171st in the National Liberal Arts Colleges ranking. Also, it is 332nd in the Forbes Top Colleges ranking. Gordon College has 20 intercollegiate sports teams. And, they are known as the Fighting Scots. The institution’s identity colors are navy blue and white. Gordon College women’s soccer team is playing in the Commonwealth Coast Conference of NCAA Division III. The team is at number 8 in the last conference standings. They have already 3 CCC Championship titles.
2017 Gordon College Fighting Scots Women’s Soccer ID Camp Organizers.
The head coach of the Fighting Scots women’s soccer team is Chuck Breton. 2017 will be his 3rd year as the team’s head coach. He was able to lead the team to a Runner-Up finish during his first year as head coach. This is despite injuries hounding the team that season. The team has also another Runner-up finish in 2016. The assistant coach of the Fighting Scots is Bess Watson.