Join University of Colorado Boulder Women’s Soccer Camp. It is a 4-day event from July 9 to July 12. It is open for 10 to 18 years old female soccer players. The camp is ideal for outstanding players who have aspirations to play at the collegiate level. It allows participants to experience a typical college training environment. It will also focus on developing the players’ technical and tactical aspects of the game. In addition, this event is a chance for the attendees to work with the University of Colorado women’s soccer coaching staff. In essence, the whole training experience will be positive, motivating and enjoyable. This camp will take place at the University of Colorado campus. It will accept both residential and commuter campers.
The University of Colorado Boulder is a public, coeducational, space-grant university in Boulder, Colorado. It is a member of the University of Colorado system. It is an affiliation of the Association of American Universities as well as the Universities Research Association. Furthermore, the university is 92nd in the National Universities, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is 59th in the Best Colleges for Veterans and 98th in the High School Counselor rankings. Currently, the university’s total student population is 32,201. The student to faculty ratio is 18:1. The University of Colorado Boulder has 15 intercollegiate sports teams. They are competing in the Pac-12 Conference of NCAA Division 1. Their nickname is Buffaloes. Correspondingly, black, gold, and silver are their identity colors. The women’s soccer team has already 6 NCAA Tournament appearances.
University of Colorado Boulder Women’s Soccer Camp Organizers
Danny Sanchez is the University of Colorado Boulder women’s soccer head coach since 2011. He is the 2004 NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year. Coach Danny Sanchez is also a 4-time NSCAA Midwest Region Coach of the Year awardee. Jason Green is the team’s associate head coach. Dave Morgan is the assistant coach and at the same time the recruiting coordinator. Then, Nikki Marshall is the volunteer assistant coach.