The 2017 Sacramento State Men’s Soccer Summer ID Camp is open to all 15 years old and older male soccer players. It will be on June 17, 2017. It will be an intimate training program led by the Sacramento State coaching staff. Players will experience collegiate level training and competition. The camp will have 2 training sessions. Then, small sided and 11v11 games will follow after each session. As a whole, the camp will be a competitive yet fun experience. It will take place at Intramural Field and Intercollegiate Soccer Field. Both sites are state of the art training facilities. The program will start at 9:00 AM and end at 4:00 PM.
The California State University Sacramento is widely known as Sacramento State. It is a public comprehensive university. It is part of the California State University system. The university is offering 58 undergraduate degrees. Currently, its undergraduate population is around 28,000. It is 82nd in the Regional Universities West, 2017 edition of Best Colleges. Also, the university is 429th in Forbes National Universities rankings. Then, its identity colors are green and gold. Sacramento State has 21 intercollegiate athletics teams. They call themselves the Hornets. Its men’s soccer team is a member of the Big West Conference, NCAA Division 1. They are 2nd in the latest conference standings.
2017 Sacramento State Men’s Soccer Summer ID Camp Organizers
The head coach of the Sacramento State Hornets is Michael Linenberger. He has been leading the team since 1989. Before that, he was the team’s assistant coach. Coach Michael Linenberger is a 4-time conference Coach of the Year awardee. He has also 2 MPSF Tournament titles in his resume. Matt McDougall is the team associate head coach. He is former Hornets goalkeeper and 3-time Mountain Pacific Sports Federation awardee. Completing the coaching is assistant coach Pedro Lupercio. Coach Lupercio is the former technical director and head coach of Elk Grove United soccer club. He is a former Hornet too.