The College of Mount Saint Vincent Women’s Soccer ID Clinic is for players who want to play at the collegiate level. It will be on October 15 at the Marillac Field in College of Mount Saint Vincent campus. This training program aims to propel the participant’s technical and tactical soccer skills. Furthermore, it provides sessions regarding team awareness, and body and mind conditioning. There will also be competitive matches that allow players to showcase their skills. Overall, this event will be inspirational and fun. It is an initiative of the College of Mount Saint Vincent women’s soccer coaching staff.
College of Mount Saint Vincent is a private, coeducational, Catholic, liberal arts college in Bronx, New York. It is an affiliation of the Sisters of Charity of New York. The college is a member of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. It is also part of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. College of Mount Saint Vincent is a sustaining top-notch institution. As a matter of fact, it is 120th in Regional Universities North, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. College of Mount Saint Vincent is using a semester-based academic calendar. Currently, its undergraduate student population is around 1,500. In addition, the College of Mount Saint Vincent has 14 intercollegiate sports teams competing in the Skyline Conference of NCAA Division III. The athletes’ nickname is Dolphins while white and gold are their identity colors.
College of Mount Saint Vincent Women’s Soccer ID Clinic Organizers
The head coach of the College of Mount Saint Vincent women’s soccer team is Katie Gebhard. She is a former assistant coach at the Randolph-Macon College. Coach Katie Gebhard is also a former assistant coach at Stevens Institute of Technology. Another of her previous coaching stint is with the U.S. Naval Academy Women’s Soccer Camp. Moreover, Coach Gebhard is a soccer standout during her playing years. Then, the Dolphins women’s soccer assistant coach is Alex Torres.