Dartmouth College Men’s Soccer Elite Residential Camp is inviting all male players entering grades 9-12. The Soccer Academies of the school offers a unique opportunity. Participants will develop their skills in a challenging and fun environment. Residential soccer camps at Dartmouth have been active for more than 16 years. The residential session’s design allows players to improve their individual skills. More so, their understanding of the tactical aspects of the game of soccer. Also, goalkeepers will have their own skill specific sessions. Furthermore, the training covers a complete range of topics on a daily basis. This is a 4-day program from July 20 to July 23. It will take place on the campus of Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Dartmouth College is a private Ivy League research university in Hanover, New Hampshire. It is the 9th oldest institution of higher education in the United States. Additionally, it is one of the nine colonial colleges before the American Revolution. Currently, the institution has a total undergraduate enrollment of 4,310. The gender distribution is 50 percent male students and 50 percent female students. The student-faculty ratio at Dartmouth College is 7:1. Then, the school has 62.3 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students. Almost 25 percent of the students take part in Dartmouth’s NCAA Division I varsity sports teams. The athletes’ nickname is Big Green. Correspondingly, green is their official color. Dartmouth is among the highest-ranked universities in the United States. In the 2018 edition, it is 11th in the National Universities rankings.
Dartmouth College Men’s Soccer Elite Residential Camp Organizers
Dartmouth College Men’s Head Coach is Chad Riley. He is a 4-time monogram winner. He is also a 3-time All-Big East award winner during his collegiate career. In his first season, Dartmouth took second place in the Ivy League standings. The professional coaching staff of Dartmouth also includes Brian Plotkin and Ryan Fahey. Both are Assistant Coaches.