Augustana Vikings Men’s Soccer College ID Camp is open for all high school boys on Thorston-Lucken Field at Augustana College.
Augustana is a selective, private liberal arts and sciences college, founded in 1860 by Swedish settlers. The 115-acre wooded campus is in Rock Island, Illinois, on the Mississippi River. It’s part of the Quad-Cities (population 400,000), and about 165 miles west of Chicago.
Augustana is a residential campus. First-year and sophomore students live in residence halls; juniors may choose transitional living areas (apartment-style housing on campus); seniors live on campus or in the neighborhood. Student activities include music groups, theatre, debate, publications, broadcasting, student government, local Greek system, and a wide variety of professional, religious, departmental, political, social and service organizations.
Augustana’s ranking is No. 7 in all divisions for number of Academic All-Americans. and 2017 Best in the Midwest (Princeton Review).
As a player he was a member of a youth team in Leigh-on-Sea, England that won a national championship in 1994. He came to the United States via a soccer scholarship at Marycrest International University where he had an impressive career. He was named Marycrest “Athlete of the Year”, all-conference, all-region and earned NAIA scholar-athlete honors during his playing career at Marycrest. Regan is a 1998 cum laude graduate of Marycrest International University with a Bachelor of Science in biology and secondary education. He also holds a Masters of Business Administration from Ashford.
He has extensive experience at the club level as well. He served as the club director and president for Quad Cities United from 2001-2010. Regan holds a USSF National “A” License, USSF National Goalkeeping License, NSCAA State Goalkeeping License and NSCAA National Premier Diploma.
Mick Regan was named the head coach of the Augustana men’s soccer program on January 22, 2015. He became the eighth head coach in the history of men’s soccer for the Vikings. He coached four NAIA All-Americans and 21 Academic All-Americans during his tenure with the women’s program. When he started in 2004 as the women’s head coach the team only had nine players. His final overall record with the Ashford women was 104-81-4.