The Emory and Henry College Women’s Soccer Winter ID Camp is open to incoming college female soccer players. It is on January 27 at the King Center. This event is a great venue for those who want to play at the collegiate level. The camp is going provide a high-level soccer training environment. It involves scrimmages that allow outstanding players to showcase their skills. It will be a competitive yet fun experience. The Emory and Henry College Women’s Soccer coaching staff will run the camp themselves. In addition, the current varsity players will also help in facilitating the sessions. The event starts at 9:30 AM and ends at 3:00 PM.
Emory and Henry College is a private, liberal arts college in Emory, Virginia. It is an affiliation of the United Methodist Church. The institution has an accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Furthermore, it is 168th in the National Liberal Arts Colleges, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Emory and Henry College accommodates around 1,200 students. Its student to faculty ratio is 11:1. Emory and Henry College prides itself on having the best professors. Currently, the college has 20 intercollegiate sports teams with another 2 coming in the 2018 season. They call themselves the Wasps and their colors are blue and gold. The teams are competing in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference of NCAA Division III.
Emory and Henry College Women’s Soccer Winter ID Camp Organizers
McCallie Jones-Winstead is the new Emory and Henry College women’s soccer team head coach. She is the former Goucher College assistant coach as well as the team’s recruiting coordinator. Then, she is also a United States Soccer Federation D coaching license holder. Moreover, Coach Winstead is a standout during her playing years. In fact, she is a four-year letterwinner. She is also the 2013 USL W-League all-conference player. Finally, helping Coach Winstead are assistant coaches Jordan Blackson, Kayla Richardson, and Thomas Winstead. Coach Thomas Winstead is the husband of Coach McCallie Jones-Winstead.