Dakota Wesleyan University is holding the Tiger Girls’ Residential Soccer Camp on July 27 – 30. The camp is open to all aspiring girl athletes aging 13-19 who have the interest and positive attitude to improve on both their technical and tactical skills in soccer. Join in on the fun and learn from the professional coaching staff and members of the DWU women’s soccer team. The women’s soccer team are part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics competing in the Great Plains Athletic Conference. The camp will take place at the Pepsi-Cola Soccer Complex of the DWU Campus in Mitchell, South Dakota.
Dakota Wesleyan University, established in 1885, is a four-year private university which has an affiliation with the United Methodist Church. The collegiate seal of the altar, the ox, and the plow symbolizes their motto “Sacrifice or Service”. The university utilizes a program-based academic calendar. Moreover, they aspire to be a leading university that educates students on how to determine and develop individual talents for success. Moreover, DWU teaches students to live in service to God and the common good. Currently, DWU has a total undergraduate enrollment of 879. As a matter of fact, the student-faculty ratio is 12:1. Furthermore, its ranking in the 2018 edition of Best Colleges – Regional Colleges Midwest is 30. The university campus is on the list of the National Register of Historic Places.
Dakota Wesleyan University Tigers Women’s Soccer Camp Organizers
Clay Glasgow is the head women soccer’s coach, entering his fourth season. Under his leadership, the team was able to reach the Great Plains Athletic Conference tournament semifinals on his first season. So far, he has been able to bring seven NCSAA All-Academic Team honors to DWU. In addition, Coach Glasgow is a United States Soccer Federation B license holder. Supporting Head Coach Glasgow are Graduate Assistant Women’s Soccer Coaches Amanda Knoll and Jovany Zuniga.