2017 Texas State University Kat Conner’s Summer ID Camp is for 13 to 20 years old soccer players with ambitions of playing soccer on the next level. It is a 4-day camp from July 23 to July 26, 2017. The camp will take place at Bobcat Soccer Complex inside the Texas State University campus. The camp is an ideal ground to train and compete in a top-level environment. It will give the participants an opportunity to showcase their skills against current Bobcats soccer players. The training will focus on the technical, tactical, physical, and psychological facets of the game. Players attending this camp will expect serious high-level sessions yet enjoyable. It will provide an insight of what it takes to play at the elite level collegiate soccer.
Texas State University is a public research university. It is a member of the Texas State University System. Likewise, it is the 5th largest university in Texas. It is offering 98 bachelors, 90 masters and 12 doctoral degrees. It’s latest total student population of both undergraduate and graduate students is 38,808. It has a Tier 2 ranking in the National Universities, 2017 edition of Best Colleges. Also, the university is 487th in Forbes National Universities rankings. Texas has 14 varsity teams. They are playing in the Sun Belt Conference of NCAA Division 1. In addition, their nickname is Bobcats while their mascot is Boko the Bobcat. The university colors are maroon and old gold. Currently, the women’s soccer team is 9th in the conference standings.
2017 Texas State University Kat Conner’s Summer ID Camp Organizers
Kat Conner, the Bobcats women’s soccer head coach will lead the training camp. She is the team’s head coach since 1999. She has led the team to a combined 9 conference championships. Both in Southland and Sun Belt Conference. With Coach Kat Conner, the Bobcats has already 5 NCAA Tournament appearances. And, 1 WAC Tournament berth. She is also a 2-time Southland Conference Coach of the Year. Then, the team’s assistant coaches are Lauren Frazier and Alex Totilo.