Come and join the Dixie State University Women’s Soccer Fall ID Camp. It will be on October 21 and is open to all female soccer players grades 9 through Junior college. But those currently enrolled in a 4-year college are ineligible to attend. What is more emphasized during this camp is the individual improvement of participants. The coaching staff will run the camp with the same training sessions they use with the team. There are also discussions regarding recruiting processes. Current members of the Trailblazers women’s soccer team will also be present to help the staff. The program will take place at the university’s Legend Solar Stadium and will start at 8:30 AM.
Dixie State University is a public comprehensive university in St. George, Utah with a campus size of 117 acres. The school is an open enrollment institution. It believes in educational access for all students. Currently, Dixie State University has a total undergraduate enrollment of 8,993. The gender distribution is 45 percent male students and 55 percent female students. Furthermore, the student to faculty ratio is 21:1. The school has 44.8 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students. It is offering 48 bachelor’s degrees. There are also 19 associate’s degrees, 36 minors, and 15 certificates/endorsements. Moreover, Dixie State University has 15 intercollegiate athletic teams competing in Division II of the NCAA. The team’s identity colors are red, white, and blue. The Trailblazers’ mascot is Brooks the Bison, after Samuel Brooks. He is the first student in the institution’s history.
Dixie State University Women’s Soccer Fall ID Camp Organizers
Kacey Bingham is the head coach of the Dixie State University women’s soccer team. With her leading the team, Dixie University now has an overall record of 39-27-3. This includes a 33-16-1 PacWest mark, over her first four years in the university. Then, completing the Trailblazers women’s soccer coaching staff are assistant coaches Erin Dierickx, Abby Johnson, and Bryce Ross.