Charger Soccer Academy ID Camp 2017 is designed for the serious soccer player of ages from 11+. Location is Charger Park University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Training sessions will be specific to improving the players overall technical, tactical and mental side of the game. The rigorous schedule will demand a high level of participation and competition. The Charger residential camp will be set up with an ID camp format which will offer players and goalkeepers valuable insight from college coaches, players and staff to help reach the next level. The camp is specific to both age and skill level and challenges players to their full potential.
University of Alabama, located in Huntsville, is a public Tier 1 national university which Southern Living recently named one of the best college towns in the South. Its students hail from almost all 50 U.S. states and more than 80 countries. Included among this year’s record-setting enrollment of nearly 8,500 was an incoming freshman class with both the highest average ACT score (27.6) and GPA (3.81) in the school’s history. Once they graduate, these students typically go on to earn a higher average starting ($55,500) and mid-career ($87,000) salary than most of their peers across Alabama. UAH offers nearly 90 degree programs of study at the undergraduate and graduate level, with colleges in Engineering; Education; Honors; Nursing; Science; Business Administration; Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences; Graduate School; and Professional & Continuing Studies.
The University of Alabama in Huntsville has announced the hiring of Chris Kranjc as the program’s next head men’s soccer coach.
Named the Great Plains Athletic Conference Coach of the Year a stunning 15 times, Kranjc guided his program to 16 GPAC Conference Championships. His teams have featured 95 all-conference players including 17 GPAC Players of the Year, and his players have also been recognized on the national level as Kranjc has had seven first team All-Americans and 20 All-Americans overall including the 2011 National Player of the Year.
Kranjc earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education at Bellevue University, and he owns two master’s degrees – a teaching degree from Hastings and a sports management degree from California University of Pennsylvania.
Kranjc is a native of Omaha, Nebraska, and he is married to his wife Sarah. The couple has three children – two daughters, Jenna and Keelie, and a son, Kade.