The Colorado State University Women’s Soccer Summer Residential Camp is a 4-day camp from June 25 to June 28, . It is inviting all 7th to 12th-grade female soccer players. It will start at 3:00 PM on June 25 and will end at 11:25 AM on June 28. The camp will give the participants the opportunity to enjoy and compete while learning. Limited slots are available so that the camp can provide one on one coaching sessions. The camp will also provide a thorough assessment of each player’s technical skills. Identify and improve their strengths. And, rectify their weaknesses. There will also be competitive games through the course. The Colorado State University Women’s Soccer coaching staff organizes this summer camp.
Colorado State University is a state’s land grant public university. The campus is in Fort Collins, Colorado. It has 8 colleges and 55 departments and is offering 150 programs. It is the flagship of the Colorado State University system. The university is 121st in the US News and Word Report national rankings. And, 296th in Forbes’ national rankings. Currently, it accommodates around 25,600 undergraduate students. The university has a total of 15 athletics teams. These teams are competing in the Mountain West Conference, NCAA Div I. Their nickname is Rams. 2013 season is Colorado State University Women’s Soccer team’s inaugural season. Green and gold are the universities official colors.
Colorado State University Women’s Soccer Summer Residential Camp Organizers
Leading the Ram’s coaching staff is Head Coach Bill Hempen. He is the women’s soccer team head coach since its inauguration. Coach Bill Hempen is an all-time great and his career wins record is 17th in NCAA Division I history. His 24-year coaching experience includes a NCAA championship final appearance. Also, coach Bill Hempen is the 1992 National Coach of the Year awardee. Kelly Land and Seb Furness are the Assistant Coaches. Completing the coaching staff is Volunteer Assistant, Trevor Warren.