Amherst College Mammoths Men’s Soccer College ID Camp

The Amherst College Mammoths Men’s Soccer College ID Camp is a four-day event that will run from the 30th of July until the 2nd of August. The program is open to all high school boys who dream to play soccer at the collegiate level. This camp will provide them a feel on how it is to train and play like a college soccer student-athlete. Moreover, this soccer identification camp is going to take place at the scenic Amherst College campus. Running the program is the Amherst College Mammoths men’s soccer coaching staff. Coaches from other top colleges and universities are also attending to help facilitate the event. Overall, the experience will be challenging but fun.


About Amherst College

Amherst College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Amherst, Massachusetts. It is among the state of Massachusett’s oldest colleges. It is a member of Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts (AICUM). The Amherst College is also one of the nation’s top performing academic institutions. As a matter of fact, it is in the top 17 of the  Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges rankings. The college is also 2nd in National Liberal Arts Colleges and 4th in Best Undergraduate Teaching of the US News and World Reports’ 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Currently, Amherst College is serving around 1,900 undergraduate students. 50 percent of this undergraduate student population are male students and 50 percent are female students. This undergraduate student population is also through a most selective enrollment acceptance rate of 14 percent. Correspondingly, Amherst College’s student to faculty ratio is an astounding 8:1. Additionally, Amherst College is a proud member of the Five College Consortium. Its athletics teams are also participating in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III. They are the Mammoths and their identity colors are purple and white. The Amherst College Mammoths baseball team is already a four-time NESCAC champion.

Amherst College Mammoths Men’s Soccer College ID Camp Organizers

The head coach of the Amherst College Mammoths men’s soccer team is Justin Serpone, a Massachusetts native. Coach Justin Serpone is now in his 11th season at the reins of the Mammoths men’s soccer program. He is a bachelor’s degree in economics graduate from Drew University. Additionally, Coach Serpone is a master’s degree in sport administration graduate from Northwestern University. He also earned both his master’s degree in business administration and master’s degree in higher education from Bay Path College. Ultimately, Coach Serpone is the 2015 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Coach of the Year. He is also the recipient of the 2015 and Division III Coach of the Year Award. These awards come after he led the Amherst Mammoths men’s soccer team to their first-ever NCAA National Championship. Then, the Mammoths men’s soccer assistant coaches are Bill Schmid, Derek Shea, Stuart McKenzie, and Jeff Huffman. Coach Bill Schmid, a native of Wethersfield, Connecticut is entering his first season with the coaching staff. He is a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a master’s degree in sport psychology graduate from Springfield College. He is the former interim head coach of Springfield College’s men’s soccer team. Coach Schmid is a United Soccer Coaches national diploma holder.

ID Camp for Soccer
Service Type
ID Camp for Soccer
Provider Name
Amherst College,
Amherst, MA
The Amherst College Mammoths Men's Soccer College ID Camp will provide the participants to have a first-hand experience of training and playing in a college-level environment. It is the ideal preparation for those who aspire to take their game to the collegiate level. The program is also a venue to showcase skills in front of the country's top college coaches.

Camp Information



  • Amherst, MA
  • July 30 - August 2
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