The 2017 New England College Men’s Soccer Elite Overnight ID Camp is a 3-day overnight camp from August 4 to August 6, 2017. It is inviting all high school male soccer players. The camp gears towards developing the technical and tactical capabilities of the campers. It will test and challenge the attendees and at the same time provide an opportunity to showcase their skills. The campers will be able to compete in small sided and full sided games. In addition, the camp will provide participants an experience to train and complete like a NCAA collegiate varsity player. The program will include strength and agility training. NCAA Division 1 and Division 2 coaches will provide evaluations and assessments. The camp will take place at the New England College campus.
New England College is a private and not for profit institution. It has a New England Association of Schools and Colleges accreditation. It is Tier 2 in the Regional Universities North, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Currently, the college’s total student population is around 2,700. Correspondingly, the student to faculty ratio is 19 is to 1. The New England College has 16 intercollegiate sports teams. Their nickname is Pilgrims. And, their identity colors are red, blue, and navy. The New England College men’s soccer team is competing in the North Atlantic Conference of NCAA Division 3. The team is 6th in the latest conference standings. Furthermore, the Pilgrims men’s soccer team is the 2016 NAC Tournament Champions.
2017 New England College Men’s Soccer Elite Overnight ID Camp Organizers
Dave DeCew is the New England College men’s soccer team head coach. He is leading the team since 2003. Coach Dave DeCew is a 2-time North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Coach of the Year awardee. Moreover, Coach DeCew is the director and at the same time owner of the D2-D3 Elite ID camp and clinic series. Then, the team’s graduate assistant coach is David Yates. He is the former EC Glass High School head coach. Finally, the team’s assistant coach is Robert Millard.