Cornell College Rams Men’s Soccer Elite Summer ID Camp

Posted By ID Camps (RFD) / August 16, 2018 / / Comments are disabled

The Cornell College Rams Men’s Soccer Elite Summer ID Camp is going to be held on the 27th of July. This soccer identification camp is set to run from 9 o’clock in the morning until 5 o’clock in the afternoon. Moreover, the camp registration fee is $20 per player. This registration fee includes a free Cornell Rams camp t-shirt. This high-level soccer training program is going to take place at the world-class Ash Park Stadium – Turf Field which is on the Cornell College campus in Mount Vernon, Iowa. Limited spots are available, thus, registration is on a first come first served basis. In addition, spearheading this soccer training camp is the Cornell College Rams men’s soccer coaching staff.

                                                                                                                                                                                                            About Cornell College

Cornell College, originally Iowa Conference Seminary is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Mount Vernon, Iowa. Its name is in honor of William Wesley Cornell, a notable 19th-century industrialist, and philanthropist. Cornell College is an affiliation of the United Methodist Church. It is also part of the Annapolis Group and the Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM). Additionally, the institution is one of the 40 schools that appears in Loren Pope’s book “Colleges That Change Lives”. Cornell College is offering more than 40 majors and pre-professional academic programs. It is currently serving around 1,000 undergraduate students. This student population is with a 50 percent male and 50 percent female gender distribution. This undergraduate student population is also through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 71 percent. Correspondingly, Cornell College’s student to faculty ratio is 10:1. Cornell College is also a top-performing academic institution. In fact, it is 87th in National Liberal Arts Colleges, 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best College rankings. It is also 64th in the Best Value Schools rankings and 71st in the High School Counselor Rankings. In sports, the college is competing in the Midwest Conference (MWC) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III as the Rams. Their identity colors are purple and white.

 

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The Head Coach of the Cornell College Rams men’s soccer team is Nate Grosse, a native of Omaha, Nebraska. He is now in his fifth season at the helm of the Cornell Rams men’s soccer program. He is a bachelor’s degree in Spanish graduate from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Coach Nate Grosse is also a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “D” coaching license and an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma holder. Ultimately, Coach Nate Grosse is a two-time Chicago Catholic League Soccer Coach of the Year awardee. He received these awards when he was still the head coach of the St. Laurence High School and led them to two Chicago Catholic League championships. Prior to coaching, Coach Nate Grosse was a standout soccer player himself. In fact, he was a three-year starter for the University of Nebraska Omaha’s men’s college soccer team. During his high school playing years, Coach Grosse was instrumental in the Omaha Burke High School’s four finals appearances. Then, the Cornell College Rams men’s soccer student managers a Colin O’Brien and Brendan Howe. Colin O’Brien is entering his first season with the coaching staff while Brendan Howe is in his second season.

Summary
ID Camp for Soccer
Service Type
ID Camp for Soccer
Provider Name
Cornell College,
Area
Mt Vernon, IA
Description
The Cornell College Rams Men's Soccer Elite Summer ID Camp focuses on helping the participants refine their technical skills and tactical understanding. This program will fall on the 27th of July at the Ash Park Stadium - Turf Field which is on the Cornell College campus. Overall, it is going to be a physically demanding but fun training experience.