Augsburg Women’s Soccer 2017 ID Camp is open for all high school players. Participants will be trained by Augsburg Head Coach Mike Navarre and his staff.
The Augsburg College women’s soccer team will hold an “ID Camp” for high school soccer players on June 13-14 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Edor Nelson Field.
Augsburg College has maintained a strong academic reputation defined by excellence in the liberal arts and professional studies since 1869. A safe and welcoming campus in the heart of Minneapolis, Augsburg offers undergraduate and graduate degrees to more than 3,500 diverse students.
Augsburg’s campus in Minneapolis surrounds Murphy Square, the city’s oldest park. The Mississippi River and the Seven Corners theater district are just a few blocks away, and convenient bus routes and light rail transit lines unite Augsburg with the greater Twin Cities area.
Dr. Mike Navarre (Wisconsin ’96), will be entering his 18th season as Augsburg’s women’s soccer coach in 2016. He also serves as an instructor in the college’s Health, Physical Education and Exercise Science department.
Navarre has led a rebirth in Augsburg’s women’s soccer fortunes during his tenure, developing the Auggies into a team that consistently challenges for prominence in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, considered one of the toughest NCAA Division III women’s soccer conferences in the country.
Navarre has served as one of the staff coaches for the Minnesota Olympic Development Program (ODP). Navarre holds a United States Soccer Federation “B” coaching license, has an Advanced National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and has an NSCAA Level II Goalkeeper’s License. Navarre also serves as a performance enhancement consultant to elite athletes. At North Carolina, Navarre was awarded a Merit Scholarship and served as an instructor in the Department of Physical Education, Exercise and Sport Science and as an intern in the athletic academic advising program. In 2010, Navarre earned his Ph.D in sport psychology from the University of Minnesota.
Navarre also serves as an instructor in the college’s Health, Physical Education and Exercise Science department.