The 2017 University of Maine Women’s Soccer Residential Camp is a 5-day camp from July 9 to July 13, 2017. It is open for 10 to 18 years old female soccer players. The camp is going to be a competitive but enjoyable experience. Its focus is to develop the player’s technical and tactical soccer capabilities. The university’s coaching staff, as well as its current varsity players, will handle the training sessions. The site is the Memorial Gym which is inside the University of Maine campus. It is a trendsetting facility.
The University of Maine is a private research university. It is the flagship of the University of Maine System. Its current undergraduate student population is around 9,300. The university is offering 100 undergraduate majors and academic programs. In addition, it also offers 80 master’s degrees and 30 doctoral degrees. It is 183rd in the National Universities, 2017 edition of Best College’s ranking. Also, it is 99th in the Top Public Schools ranking. The university’s identity colors are dark blue, light blue, and white. The university has 15 intercollegiate athletics teams known as the Black Bears. It’s women’s soccer team is competing in the America West Conference in NCAA Div I. The team is 7th in the latest standings.
2017 University of Maine Women’s Soccer Residential Camp Organizers
The head coach of the Black Bears women’s soccer team is Scott Atherley. He is leading the Black Bears in the last 17 years. He is the 1994 Maine Collegiate Coach of the Year. During his playing years, he was a member of New England Intercollegiate Soccer League (NEISL) All-Star and Maine Collegiate All-State teams. The team’s assistant coach is Liis Emajoe. She is the 2014 captain of the Black Bears. Coach Liis is a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. And, she is also an America East Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll member in 2013. Finally, she is an Estonian Female U-21 Footballer of the Year awardee.