The Campbell University Men’s Soccer Elite Residential Camp is a 3-day event from July 21 to July 23, . It is inviting all high school soccer players who ae passionate of the game. This event will provide an opportunity for those who wants to bring their game to the collegiate level. Its goal is to provide participants an excellent preparation for a collegiate soccer environment. In essence, this program will be a competitive but fun experience. The facilitators of the camp are the Campbell University men’s soccer coaching staff and its current players. The training program will accept both residential and commuter campers. It will take place at 73 Eakes Drive.Buies Creek, NC 27506. Each registration will include a free camp t-shirt.
Campbell University is a private coeducational university in Buies Creek, North Carolina. It is an affiliation of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. It is also a member of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Furthermore, Campbell University is 30th in the Regional Universities South, edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is also 22nd in the Best Colleges for Veterans rankings. Currently, the university’s total student population is around 7,200. The student to faculty ratio is 16 is to 1. The university has 20 intercollegiate sports teams. They are competing in the Big South Conference of NCAA Division 1. Their nickname is Fighting Camels for and Lady Camels women. Correspondingly, orange and black are their identity colors. The Campbell Camels men’s soccer team has already 4 Conference Championships.
Campbell University Men’s Soccer Elite Residential Camp Organizers
Dustin Fonder is the Campbell Camels men’s soccer head coach since June 2015. He is a 2-time Big South Conference Coach of the Year. Moreover, Coach Fonders is a USSF “A” license holder. He is also a Roanoke College Hall of Fame inductee. During his playing years, Coach Fonder is the 1993 NCAA Division III player of the year. Then, the team’s assistant coaches are Tom Pool and Jeremy Wisdo.