The 2017 Syracuse University Men’s Soccer College ID Camp is for 15 to 19 years old male soccer players. It is a 4-day camp from July 6 to July 9, 2017. It aims to stimulate players passion for the game as well as advance their skills. The camp will provide players an experience to train and play in a NCAA Division I atmosphere. Certainly, it is a step forward to level-up soccer playing abilities. It will focus on improving both the technical capabilities and tactical awareness in an enjoyable environment.The Syracuse University men’s soccer coaching staff will facilitate the training program. The camp is known to breed players who are now playing for the nation’s top universities. The event will take place in the Syracuse University Soccer Stadium and Hookway Training Complex. Both state of the art facilities.
Syracuse University is a private coeducational university. It is a nonsectarian university but has a connection with The United Methodist Church. It is 60th in the National Universities 2017 rankings. Then, it is also 44th in the 2017 Best Value Schools rankings. Currently, the university accommodates around 15,200 undergraduate students. It has 18 intercollegiate athletics teams. These teams are playing in the Atlantic Coast Conference of NCAA Division I. Their nickname is Orange. Correspondingly, their identity color is also orange. The Orange men’s soccer team are the 2015 ACC Tournament Champions. They are 5th in the latest conference standings. The team also has 2 players in the National Top 100.
2017 Syracuse University Men’s Soccer College ID Camp Organizers.
The Orange men’s soccer team head coach is Ian McIntyre. He is an ACC Coach of the Year and NSCAA South Region Coach of the Year. Coach Ian McIntyre is also a Big East Coaching Staff of the Year member. He began his coaching career in 1999. The team’s associate head coach is Jukka Masalin. The team’s assistant is Matt Verni. Todd Cook is the director of operations. Then, Andrew Coughlin is the volunteer assistant. Finally, completing the staff is Fergus Barrie, the team’s graduate assistant.