The Carson-Newman University Men’s Soccer Residential Camp is a great opportunity for male soccer players who aspires to play at the collegiate level. This training program is a 3-day event from June 16 to June 18, 2017. Attendees will receive valuable assessments and instructions from the Carson-Newman University men’s soccer coaching staff. The camp will be a first-hand experience on what it takes to be a collegiate soccer varsity. It gears towards the overall development of the camps technical and tactical capabilities. Goalkeepers will also have their own special training sessions. Additionally, the camp will include discussions regarding college recruiting procedures. Each registration comes with a free camp t-shirt. Check-in will at 12:00 PM on Day 1.
Carson-Newman University is a private coeducational university in Jefferson City, Tennessee. It is a member of the Tennessee Baptist Convention and the Council of Independent Colleges. The university is 59th in the Regional Universities South, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is also 13th in Best Value Schools and 34th in Best Colleges for Veterans rankings. Currently, it has around 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students. The student to faculty ratio is 11 is to 1. Furthermore, the university sponsors 18 intercollegiate sports teams. They are playing in the South Atlantic Conference of NCAA Division 2. Their nickname is Eagles while blue and orange are their identity colors. The Eagles men’s soccer team has already 9 SAC Regular Season Championships. The team is also the 2005 SAC Tournament Champions.
Carson-Newman University Men’s Soccer Residential Camp Facilitators
The head coach of the Carson-Newman University men’s soccer team is Stephen Lyons. He is the former Tennessee Wesleyan University men’s soccer head coach. During his playing days, Coach Lyons is an All-Conference, All-Region, and All-American selections. Then, the Eagles men’s soccer team assistant coaches are Kavi Luchowa and Rob Ward. Coach Luchowa is a former South Atlantic Conference Second-Team selection. Coach Rob Ward is also a former collegiate soccer standout as a member of the Trevecca Nazarene men’s soccer team.