The 2017 Westminster College Men’s Soccer Junior Elite ID Camp is a 2-day camp from July 12 to July 13, 2017. It is inviting all 13 to 15 years old male soccer players who dream of playing at the collegiate level. It is an opportunity to train and play in the advanced collegiate level environment. The camp aims to improve the players technical and tactical awareness. It will incorporate playing competitive small sided and 11 vs 11 games. The Westminster College coaching staff will evaluate and assessed players individually. The camp will take at Dumke Field inside the college campus. It will start at 8:00 AM on Day 1 and end at 5:00 PM on Day 2. Registrations include a free camp t-shirt.
Westminster College is a private college in Salt Lake City, Utah. It has a Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities accreditation. Currently, it accommodates a total of 2,692 undergraduate and graduate students. It is offering around 50 undergraduate and graduate programs. It is 20th in the Regional Universities West, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. And, it is also 14th in the Best Value Schools rankings. The college has 17 varsity teams. They are playing in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference of NCAA Division 2. They are known as the Griffins. Purple and copper are their official colors. The Griffins men’s soccer team are 6th in the last conference standings.
2017 Westminster College Men’s Soccer Junior Elite ID Camp Organizers
The head coach of the Griffins men’s soccer team is Josh Pittman. He is a Pacific West and NSCAA West Region Coach of the Year. He earned these awards while coaching the Dixie State University before Westminster. Coach Pittman is an Education Master’s Degree holder. Also, he is a former development academy coach of Major League Soccer’s Colorado Rapids. Then, the team’s assistant coach is Stephen Hofer. He is entering his 2nd season as the team’s assistant coach. Finally, completing the coaching staff is Eric Stephens. He is the Westminster Griffins goalkeeper coach.