The DePaul University Girls Soccer College ID Camp is a 1-day event. It will be on the 3rd or 4th of June. All 8th to 12th-grade female soccer players can join. The organizers are the DePaul Women’s Soccer Coaching Staff. The camp is ideal for those who dream of playing in NCAA Division I level and in the Big East Conference. The players will experience collegiate soccer environment. They will learn about the technical aspect of the game. Furthermore, the camp will focus on developing individual skills. And then, players will learn more about tactical group plays. Small-sided and full-sided games are also part of the program. DePaul University Women’s Soccer t-shirt will be provided upon registration. The camp will be held at Wish Field, a state of the art facility. It is the home of DePaul’s soccer team.
About DePaul University Girls’ Soccer Team
DePaul University is in Chicago Illinois. It is a private Catholic University. It is the largest Catholic university in the United States. The university currently accommodates around 24,000 students. DePaul’s athletic teams are known as the Blue Demons. In addition, its identity colors are royal blue and scarlet. The Women’s Soccer team is a force in the Big East. It is currently number 2 in its conference. Two of its players are on the National Top 100. Namely. Alexa Ben at number 32 and Abby Reed at number 71.
DePaul University Girls Soccer College ID Camp Organizers
DePaul Girls’ Soccer team Head Coach is Erin Chastain. She is in the position since March 1, 2007. Under her leadership, the Blue Demons won the Big East tournament title in 2015. Then, the conference regular season title that same year. Furthermore, they have the best record in 2014. Erin Chastain is a seven-time NSCAA Team Academic awardee. A feat she received consecutively for seven straight years. Michele O’Brien, Sarah Stanczyk, and Alex Godinez are the Assistant Coaches. All are big names in the Big East.