The 2017 Utica College Men’s Soccer Pioneer Prospect Clinic is on June 24, 2017. It is open for 2018 to 2020 graduating students. It is an opportunity for outstanding soccer players to advance their game to the collegiate environment. Also, the program is a head start for players who dreams of playing at the college level. Attendees will be able to play competitive games, too. The organizers of this event are the Utica College Coaching Staff. The whole event will be a serious but fun experience. This training program will in the Clark Athletic Center, Utica, New York. It is one of the regions high-end training facilities. The training program will start at 11:30 AM and end at 5:30 PM. Registration includes a free camp t-shirt.
Utica College is a private university in Utica, New York. It has a Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools accreditation. It is 122nd in the Regional Universities North, 2017 Edition of Best Colleges ranking. The university is offering 38 undergraduate majors as well as 31 minors. Currently, it accommodates around 5,000 students. Utica College has 25 intercollegiate varsity teams. They are competing in the Empire 8 Conference of NCAA Division 3. They are known as the Pioneers. And, their identity colors are navy and orange. The men’s soccer team is 8th in the latest conference standings.
2017 Utica College Men’s Soccer Pioneer Prospect Clinic Organizers
The Utica College men’s soccer head coach is Brian Marcantonio. He is the helm of the coaching staff since 2014. In addition, he also co-coach the women’s golf team in 2016. During his first season as head coach, he leads the team to an Empire 8 Conference Tournament appearance. Coach Brian Marcantonio is a former assistant coach at Hamilton College. Likewise, he is also a former assistant coach at Utica College. He is a Cum Laude graduate of the university. And, Coach Marcantonio is an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma holder. The team’s assistant coach is Matthew Esposito. He is still entering his 2nd season as assistant coach. He is a former assistant coach at Eastern Connecticut State University.