Join the Drury University Panthers Men’s Soccer Winter ID Camp on January 14. It is a great opportunity to experience collegiate level soccer. It is inviting all high school male soccer players who aspire to play at the collegiate level. This is a 1-day training program that covers both the technical and tactical facets of the game. In addition, there will also be competitive small-sided and 11v11 games. This event also immerses participants to the Drury Panthers’ soccer training environment. Overall, the camp is going to be a challenging and fun experience. It will take place at the Harrison Stadium, a top-notch soccer facility.
Drury University is a private, coeducational, liberal arts university in Springfield, Missouri. It is an affiliation of the United Church of Christ as well as the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). The university has an accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission. It is offering 54 undergraduate majors. Furthermore, the university is 26th in the Regional Universities Midwest, 2018 edition of Best Colleges ranking. It is also 8th in the Best Value Schools ranking. Currently, the university has around 1,600 undergraduate students and around 3,900 postgraduate students. The university student to faculty ratio is 12:1. Moreover, Drury University sponsors 19 intercollegiate sports teams. Their nickname is Panthers while gray and scarlet are their identity colors. The men’s soccer team is competing in the Great Lakes Valley Conference, a member of NCAA Division II.
Drury University Panthers Men’s Soccer Winter ID Camp Organizers
The Drury University Panthers men’s soccer team new Head Coach is Ben Taylor. He is the former Iowa Central Community College head coach. Coach Taylor, is also a former Panther soccer player standout. Among his achievements are, Second Team All-American selection and Drury’s 2nd all-time assist leader. Correspondingly, Coach Taylor is a member of the Panthers 2009 GLVC champion team. Then, Ryan Haas is the team’s Assistant Coach. Felix Son Vu is the Goalkeeper Coach. Finally, Oluwagbeminyi Olugbenle is the Student Assistant Coach.