The 2017 University of Washington Women’s Soccer Day Camp is a 4-day camp from July 10 to July 13, 2017. It is open for 8 to 15 years old female soccer players. The camp’s goal is to improve the technical capabilities as well as the tactical awareness of the players. The training program is going to be challenging but enjoyable. It will cover dribbling drills, passing, defending, and striking. Competitive games are also part of the camp. Coaches will focus on incorporating proper techniques and good habits. This event will take place in University of Washington Soccer Field. One of the top-notch facilities of the region.
The University of Washington is a public research university. It is one of the pioneering universities in the West Coach. It also an affiliation of the Association of American Universities. Likewise, it is also a member of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. The university is 54th in 2017 National Universities rankings. And, it is 16th in the Top Public Schools rankings. Currently, the university accommodates around 46,100 students. The university has 20 intercollegiate athletics teams. They are competing in the Pac-12 Conference of NCAA Division 1. They are known as the Huskies. Purple and gold are their identity colors. The women’s soccer team has already 14 NCAA Tournament appearances. And, they are the 2000 Pac 10 Champions. They are 11th in the latest conference standings.
2017 University of Washington Women’s Soccer Day Camp Organizers
The women’s soccer team head coach is Lesle Gallimore. She is leading the team since 1994. She is the 2000 Pac-10 Coach of the Year. Additionally, she won the West Region Coach of the Year that same year. Coach Gallimore is the 1994 West Region Coach of the Year, too. Her playing career includes a 4-time All-American honor. The team’s associate head coach is Amy Griffin. The assistant coach is Nikki Washington. Kaycie Bordeaux is the Director of Operations. Then, Karen Gunderman is the equipment manager. Finally, completing the staff is athletic trainer Chris Melton.