The 2017 Ohio University Bobcats Women’s Soccer Elite ID Camp is for 8th grade and older female players. It is a 3-day training program from July 16 to July 18, 2017. This provides players an experience playing and training soccer in a collegiate atmosphere. The camp programs are simulations of an elite college training environment. It is a chance for players to start a successful career. The sessions will focus on the technical and tactical facets of the game. There will be a thorough assessment on each player’s technical ability. Specific training programs are also prepared for goalkeepers. Players will also compete against skilled oppositions. The organizing body of the camp is the Ohio University Women’s Soccer coaching staff. In general, the camp will be an extraordinary and fun experience. The camp is to be held at Peden Stadium.
Ohio University is one of the largest and oldest public universities in the state of Ohio. It is 74th in the U.S. News and World Report ranking. Also, it is 146th in the National Universities ranking. The university’s seal is an adaptation of the State of Ohio’s seal. Currently, it accommodates around 34,000 students in all its campuses. Additionally, it has around 18,000 students in Athens campus alone. It has 16 varsity teams campaigning in NCAA Division I Mid-American Conference. Last season, Ohio University Women’s Soccer team finished 5th in the conference rankings. One of its current players is also in the Conference Top 20. They are popularly called the Bobcats. The university’s official colors are white and green.
2017 Ohio University Bobcats Women’s Soccer Elite ID Camp Organizers
The university women’s soccer team head coach is Aaron Rodgers. 2017 is his 5th season in the lead coaching role. He has 2 NCAA Championship experience with the University of Kentucky. He guides his players, not only in the athletic field but also in the academics. His coaching style includes improving the player’s academic performance. In fact, his team earned the Public Recognition Award in 2014. In addition, he is also a winner of eight SEC games. The Bobcats’ assistant coaches are Debs Brereton and Jess Kodiak. Coach Debs is a United State Soccer Federation (USSF) “A” Licenses. Coach Jess is a superb soccer player and a MAC Offensive Player of the Year awardee. In addition, she is also an NSCAA Third-Team All-American, All-MAC First Team, Academic All-MAC, First Team All-Great Lakes Region and MAC All-Tournament Team awardee. Altogether, the coaching staff will provide the ideal learning environment.