The 2017 Xavier University Men’s Soccer June One Day ID Camp is for 14 to 19 years old soccer passionate individuals. It will be on June 4, 2017. It is an ideal camp for soccer players who wants to evaluate and showcase their skills. This will be a head start to having a successful collegiate soccer career. Also, players will be able to experience college level training and competition. Moreover, the camp will focus on improving the participants technical and tactical capabilities. The training routines will be the same training program used by the Xavier varsity team. Athletic nutrition and conditioning is also part of the sessions. As well as, college recruitment procedures.
Xavier University Cincinnati is a private nonprofit coeducational university. It is the 6th oldest Catholic university in the nation. It is a member of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. Likewise, it is also part of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. The university is 4th in the Regional Universities Midwest, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. And, it is 133rd in the Business Programs rankings. Currently, it accommodates around 4,600 undergraduate students. The university has 16 intercollegiate varsity teams. These teams are playing in the Big East Conference of NCAA Division 1. They are known as the Musketeers. Xavier blue, silver, and white are their identity colors. The Musketeers men’s soccer team have already 3 Big East Conference Tournament appearances together with a Sweet 16 NCAA finish.
2017 Xavier University Men’s Soccer June One Day ID Camp Organizers
Andy Fleming is the head coach of the men’s soccer team. He is leading the team since 2010. With him at the helm, the Musketeers has 4 NCAA Tournament appearances. And, an NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 finish. He is the 2012 Ohio Division I Coach of the Year. At the same time, the 2010 and 2012 National Coach of the Year. Coach Fleming is a member of the AWHS Hall of Fame. Then, the team’s associate head coach is David Costa. Finally, the director of soccer operations is Cam Olson.