ACU Soccer Camps 2017 Summer Girls Camps located at Abilene in ACU Soccer Complex. This is girls camp for entering grades 8th – 12th.
Campers are housed in the university residence halls. Meals are served in the World Famous Bean cafeteria. Training takes place at Elmer Gray Stadium and ACU Athletics practice fields. Meetings take place in the Teague Special Event Center on campus. Water and Gatorade provided by Gatorade. Athletic Trainer will be present at all training sessions.
Soccer attire for 4 days, Cleats, indoor soccer shoes, walking/running shoes, bedding for twin bed, towel, toiletries, sunscreen, casual attire for evenings, spending money for snacks/drinks/campus store
Abilene Christian University is a diverse, welcoming, academically rigorous community redefining what it means to be a Christian university in the 21st century. Founded in 1906, we’re a private, non-profit university affiliated with Churches of Christ and committed to transformative, energized learning. Supported by a faculty of Christian scholars, we prepare undergraduate and graduate students for service and leadership throughout the world.
Our faith-based education goes beyond academics. ACU’s residential campus offers students a safe place to grow intellectually and spiritually — and to learn to live independently. Division I athletics, intramural sports, 100+ student organizations, and countless service and worship opportunities contribute to our vibrant student life. ACU Online offers graduate and doctoral degrees geared toward working professionals.
2011 Lone Star Conference and NSCAA South Central Region Head Coach of the Year Casey Wilson has quickly built the Abilene Christian women’s soccer team into a formidable opponent. Wilson has helmed ACU’s program since its inception in 2007, leading his nine squads to 101 victories, eight consecutive conference tournament qualifications, two NCAA Championship appearances and one league title. His overall winning percentage stands at .607 (101-63-14). Wilson won his 100th as head coach in October of 2015 as ACU posted its third-consecutive winning season within the Southland Conference. Wilson’s most successful season overall as a head coach came in 2011 as his Wildcats reached the national quarterfinals behind an overall record of 20-2-1 (.891) and finished with a No. 7 national ranking.
Wilson’s high school soccer coach was Ali Khosroshahin, who later guided the USC women’s soccer team to the NCAA Division I national championship in 2007. Wilson simultaneously served as ACU’s head soccer coach and assistant softball coach from 2007 to 2010. Wilson is the father to twin 13-year old sons, Hayden and Tanner, and daughters, Mary Collins and June. He and his wife, Julie, reside in Abilene.