The University of Louisville Men’s Soccer Summer ID Camp is for all 13 to 18 years old male soccer players. It is a 4-day event from July 7 to July 10. The camp is open for male soccer players who dream of playing at the elite collegiate level. Players will experience games and training in a collegiate environment. They will gain more knowledge about the technical and tactical facets of the game. The camp will prepare the athletes physically and mentally. It will include personal development. The camp will be in Lynn Stadium and Cardinal Park in University of Louisville campus. Equally, both sites are state of the art facilities. The Summer ID Camp organizers are the university’s coaching staff. Coaches from Division I, II, III, and NAIA will also attend the training program.
The University of Louisville is part of the Kentucky state university system. Founded in 1798. it is the first public university owned by the city. It currently accommodates around 15,700 students. It is 171st in the US News and World Reports university rankings. The University of Louisville currently has 23 athletic teams. Most of these teams are outstanding in their field. The university athletic teams are known as the Cardinals. Since 2014, the University of Louisville Cardinals is playing in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Additionally, black and red are the university’s identity colors. It’s men’s soccer team has 8 NCAA tournament appearances. The team has 3 Elite Eight appearances. Furthermore, the team is the 2010 NCAA Runner-Up.
University of Louisville Men’s Soccer Summer ID Camp Organizers
The university men’s soccer team Head Coach is Ken Lolla. The Cardinals has it’s first NCAA tournament appearance only after 2 years with him as Head Coach. Ken Lolla is in the university’s history books when he led the team to the College Cup championship in his 5th season as Head Coach. The Cardinals record of 20-1-3 that year is the school’s best record. Danny Cepero and John Michael Hayden are the team’s Assistant Coaches. Equally, both are also achievers in soccer. The Director of Operations is David Horne.