The University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Women’s Soccer Camp is open for high school upper and under classman players. The camp is ideal for high-level female players who are serious about playing at the collegiate level. It is a 4-day training camp from August 9 to August 12. It will take place at the state of the art Mountain Lion Stadium in University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus. Furthermore, will provide participants an experience on how it is like to train and compete at the collegiate level. They will have the opportunity to showcase their skill’s in front of the university women’s soccer coaching staff. Overall, the camp aims to improve the attendee’s technical and tactical capabilities. There are only 40 field players and 4 goalkeepers spots available. Thus, registration is on a first come first serve basis.
University of Colorado Colorado Springs is a public coeducation university in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is a member of the University of Colorado system. The university has an accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission. In addition, University of Colorado Colorado Springs is 39th in the Regional Universities West rankings. It is also 9th in the Top Public Schools rankings and 133rd in the Business Programs rankings. Currently, the institution accommodates a total of 12,882 undergraduate and graduate students. The student to faculty ratio is 15:1. The university fields 14 varsity sports teams. They are campaigning in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference of NCAA Division 2. Their nickname is Mountain Lions while black and gold are their identity colors.
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Women’s Soccer Camp Organizers
Sian Hudson is the new head coach of the Mountain Lions women’s soccer team. She is the former Colorado College assistant coach. Moreover, Coach Sian Hudson is the former Colorado Pride W-League Team general manager. She is also the former Pride Soccer Club senior girls director of coaching. Coach Sian Hudson holds a U.S. Soccer Federation B License as well as a UEFA C License.