2017 Miner Men’s Soccer Summer ID Camp is for players currently in the 9th grade through Junior College, which will be run by S&T men’s soccer coach Gabe Hall, will consist of two field sessions and one lecture each day.
The first field session will run from 10 a.m.-noon, with the second field session running from 2-4:30 p.m.; the lecture will follow the second field session. Players will be on their own for lunch between the two field sessions.
The purpose of the camp is to provide the committed soccer player an opportunity to be trained at an elite college level by the S&T coaching staff.
The focus of the field sessions will be on the development of technical and tactical awareness through speed of play and game situations. In addition, campers will get information sessions on the recruiting process, player development and the demands and expectations for a student-athlete at the collegiate level.
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A 2004 graduate of San Francisco State University, Hall earned his bachelor of science in business administration. He was a two-year captain and starting goalkeeper with the Gators after spending two seasons as a starting goalkeeper at Indianapolis. After his playing days at San Francisco State, he played for two years with the West Michigan Edge of the Premier Development League before moving on to the Salinas Valley Samba in the National Premier Soccer League.
Hall also brings ties to a number of soccer clubs and Olympic Development Program’s. His most recent coaching experience is with the Oregon ’96 Olympic Development Team. Prior to his stint in Oregon, he also worked with the New Mexico and Indiana Olympic Development Programs as a coach. Hall has also coached the Rio Vista Football club as well as the Carmel United Soccer Club and the Evansville Elite.
Gabe Hall, an assistant coach at the University of Dayton for the past two seasons and a former assistant at two schools in the Great Lakes Valley Conference, has been selected as the new head coach for Missouri S&T’s men’s soccer program.
He has his United States Soccer Federation National “B” and National “Y” coaching licenses and a director of coaching diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.