Join the Dallas Baptist Summer Residential Women’s Soccer Camp. It will happen from July 23 to July 26. The professional coaching staff of the university and the Women’s Soccer team members will run the camp. The training sessions will take place at a collegiate level. This will allow the participants to experience an authentic soccer training program. Note that the Lady Patriots has been to the Heartland Conference tournament titles. Moreover, the staff and members will oversee the individual improvement of each participant. In addition, this camp is an ideal way for aspiring athletes to present as a quality recruit.
Dallas Baptist University is a private institution founded on 1898 in Dallas, Texas. Its former name is Decatur Baptist College and it was the first junior college in Texas. The college has changed from junior status to senior status in 1968. From then, it became known as the Dallas Baptist University. Furthermore, Dallas Baptist University is a Christian liberal arts university. The university utilizes a curriculum that integrates faith into the academics. Correspondingly, students are being taught beyond servant leadership. They exemplify and incorporate Biblical faith and academic learning in their daily lives. As a matter of fact, students organize events like Bible studies and mission trips. Currently, the university has a total undergraduate enrollment of 3,223. It offers 70 undergraduate majors and a variety of degrees in the master’s, and doctoral levels.
Dallas Baptist University Women’s Soccer Summer Camp Organizers
Michelle Lenard is the Head Coach of the Dallas Baptist University Women’s Soccer team. She has 10 years of experience as Head Coach. Leading the Lady Patriots, they have been to the Heartland Conference tournament titles. Moreso, five trips to the NCAA postseason over the past six years. Then, the Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator is Jess Jobe. FInally, completing the coaching staff are Assistant Coaches Lea Sedwick and Anna Jobe.