An event that will further inspire soccer players by providing a training program that will elevate their skills. The 2017 Nike Southeastern University Men’s Soccer Elite Camp is for 15 to 18 years old male soccer players. It will from June 16 to June 18, 2017. It will be a memorable camp that will develop their competitiveness as well as their technical and tactical soccer abilities. There will be personalized training sessions that will match with players current capabilities. Southeastern University in partnership with Nike will incorporate advanced training techniques that will ensure player development. Likewise, it will be an experience of what it is like to train and play at the collegiate level. Attendees will receive a Nike camp t-shirt and camp completion certificate.
Southeastern University is a private university in Lakeland, Florida. It is one of the top liberal arts universities in the nation as listed by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The university has also a Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges accreditation. It is Tier 2 in the Regional Universities South, 2017 edition of Best Colleges ranking. Currently, it has around 5,800 students. Southeastern University has 16 intercollegiate sports teams. They belong in The Sun Conference. And, their nickname is fire. The Fire men’s soccer team has already a The Sun Conference regular season and Tournament titles. They have also an NCCAA Division II title.
2017 Nike Southeastern University Men’s Soccer Elite Camp Organizers
Clay Roberts is the Fire men’s soccer head coach. He is in the head coaching role since 2014. Coach Clay Roberts is the 2015 The Sun Conference Coach of the Year. He is a 3-time All-Sunshine State Conference member during his playing days. And, a 2-time NCAA All-South Region team member. Coach Roberts is a former professional soccer player, too. Charlotte Eagles of the USL PRO league and the Philadelphia KIXX of the Major Indoor Soccer League are his former teams. Then, the Fire soccer team assistant coaches are Owen McCarthy, Caleb Roberts, and Juan Garcia.