The 2017 Spring Hill College Men’s Soccer Elite ID Training Camp is open for 9th to 12th-grade male players. It is a 2-day training camp that will start on August 5, 2017, and end on August 6, 2017. The camp is ideal for players who seeks to challenge and improve their skills. In general, the camp will be like a college soccer atmosphere simulation. This program aims to improve the players both on the technical and tactical sides. The camp will be a competitive but fun experience. Organizers are the SHC Men’s Soccer coaching staff together with its current players.
Spring Hill College is the first Catholic college in the South. Its founder is Bishop Michael Portier, the first Archdiocese of Mobile. It is 14th in the U.S. News and World Report ranking for top colleges in the South. Also, it has a Tier 2, National Liberal Arts Colleges ranking in the 2017 edition of Best Colleges. Currently, it accommodates around 1,300 undergraduate students. Spring Hill College has 19 athletic teams. They are known as the Badgers. These teams are campaigning in NCAA Division II, Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The men’s soccer team is playing in the Gulf South Conference. The team is an NSCAA Team Academic awardee. The university’s official colors are white and purple.
2017 Spring Hill College Men’s Soccer Elite ID Training Camp Organizers
Leading the 2017 Spring Hill College Men’s Soccer Elite ID Training Camp is Head Coach Steve Wieczorek. He has a NCAA Div I 7-year coaching experience. Coach Steve is with the Badgers since January of 2014. The team’s assistant coach is James Beeston. At the same time, he is also the recruiting coordinator. And, she was also their recruiting coordinator. Justin Goonan is the strength and conditioning coach. Then, the Badgers’ athletic trainer is Brian Gronewold. And, Abigail Hunt and Dani Ellis are the assistant athletic trainers.