The 2017 Virginia Tech Nike Boys Collegiate Soccer Experience is open to 10 to 18 years old male soccer players. It is a 4-day camp from June 24 to June 27, 2017. Registrants will receive a free camp t-shirt and certificate upon completion. Its goal is to create a fun and positive advanced development experience. Slots available are limited. Thus, we accept registration on a first come, first serve basis. The camp focus is on polishing the player’s technical and tactical skills. Also, players will receive assessment and evaluation from a top-notch coaching staff. Check-in will be at the Cassell Coliseum.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University is commonly known as Virginia Tech. It is a public land-grant university and the main campus is in Blacksburg, Virginia. It is the 3rd largest university in the nation and the largest in Virginia. The university is a member of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities. It is 74th in the National Universities, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Correspondingly, it is 27th in the Top Public Schools rankings. The university is offering around 225 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. 30,598 is its latest total student population. Virginia Tech has 18 intercollegiate athletics teams. They are competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference of NCAA Divison I. They call themselves the Hokies. And, their identity colors are maroon and burnt orange.
2017 Virginia Tech Nike Boys Collegiate Soccer Experience Organizers
Head Coach Mike Brizendine is spearheading the Hokies men’s soccer team since 2009. He is the 2007 NSCAA’s Atlantic Region Assistant Coach of the Year. And, he is also the 2003 ODAC Coach of the Year. Coach Mike is the 2016 Virginia Sports Information Directors Coach of the Year, too. Then, the Hokies assistant coaches are Jeff Kinney and Patrick McSorley. Coach Jeff Kinney is a former Olympic Development Program Region I staff. While Coach Patrick McSorley before coaching is a 3-time third-team All-American soccer player. Finally, completing the coaching is Ryan Hulings. He is the team’s volunteer assistant. He is a 4-year letter winner and 3-year starter at Baldwin Wallace during his playing years.