The Earlham College Quakers Men’s Soccer Summer Elite ID Camp is inviting all high school boys who are interested in becoming a college soccer student-athlete. It is a single-day program that will run from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM on the 28th of June. This soccer identification camp will provide the players an exposure to the collegiate playing and training atmosphere. In addition, the program is a perfect venue to showcase exceptional soccer skills. The camp registration fee is $40 per player. Available space is limited so registration is on a first come first served basis. Moreover, this event is an initiative of the Quakers men’s soccer coaching staff. It will be a challenging, motivating, and fun experience.
About Earlham College
Earlham College Quakers Men’s Soccer Summer Elite ID Camp Organizers
Leading the Earlham College Quakers men’s soccer team is Head Coach Sam Byrd. He is now in his fourth year at the helm of the Quakers men’s soccer program. Coach Sam Byrd is a bachelor’s degree in sociology and anthropology graduate from Earlham College. He is also an American Fitness Professionals and Associates Certified Sports and Conditioning Specialist. In the 2015 season, Coach Sam Byrd led the Earlham College Quakers back to the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament. Additionally, Coach Sam Byrd is the former Richmond High School boy’s soccer head coach. He also led Richmond High to four consecutive titles. Coach Sam Byrd was the Quakers assistant coach before being promoted to the head coaching role. Then, the Earlham College Quakers men’s soccer assistant coach is Aaron Gustine. Coach Aaron Gustine is now in his fourth season with the coaching staff. He is a bachelor’s degree in business and a minor in economics graduate from Ferrum College. Coach Gustine is a former college soccer standout. In fact, he is Ferrum College’s all-time leader in goals scored. He was also a three-time All-USA South selection. Prior to Earlham, Coach Gustine was the Emory and Henry College assistant coach.