2017 UW Whitewater Men’s Soccer College Prep ID Camp is open to those who are in grades 9-12. Each player will receive a camp t-shirt, and lunch will be provided during the camp.
This camp is a great opportunity to see the UW-Whitewater campus, athletic facilities, and work with and be seen by the UW-Whitewater Men’s Soccer Coaching Staff. Players will get a 30 minute break between the morning and afternoon sessions for lunch. Lunch will be provided to players during this break.
University of Wisconsin–Whitewater, also known as UW–Whitewater, is a four-year, co-educational, residential college accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Part of the University of Wisconsin System, it is is located in Whitewater, Wisconsin.
UW–Whitewater is a member of NCAA Division III for athletics. It is a member of the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC). The university’s athletics teams are nicknamed the Warhawks and are represented by the colors purple and white.
Tony Guinn begins his fifth season as head men’s soccer coach at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in 2016. He has won more than 100 matches as a head coach at the collegiate level. Under Guinn’s leadership, the Warhawks claimed 15 All-WIAC honors and two WIAC Offensive Player of the Year awards. UW-Whitewater has allowed 1.09 goals or less per match in each of Guinn’s four seasons, including in 2015, when the team surrendered just 0.90 per contest, the ninth-lowest figure in one season in school history.
Guinn played soccer at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville from 1985-87 and graduated from Carthage College in 1989. He received a master’s from the United States Sports Academy in 1993. Guinn’s tenure at WIU produced eight College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-Americans and recognition of 80 Summit League scholar-athletes. The team also participated regularly in campus and community service projects.
Guinn is just the fourth men’s soccer coach at UW-Whitewater since the program’s inception in 1978. Gene Cardinal coached from 1978-87 (53-89-9, .389), Bob Fiskum from 1988-98 (103-70-20, .585) and Greg Henschel from 1999-2011 (164-68-20, .690).
The Warhawks have earned 13 NCAA Division III tournament berths since affiliating with the NCAA in 1980. The 1999, 2001 and 2010 squads advanced to the Round of 16 in the national tournament.