The Faulkner University Eagles Men’s Soccer ID Camp is open to male soccer players ages 14 to 18. The training program will take place on the 17th of May. This 1-day soccer camp is an ideal opportunity for players to exhibit their skills as a possible recruit. There are also competitive small-sided and full-sided games. In addition, the university men’s soccer coaching staff and current players will ensure the improvement of each participant. The training program starts at 10:00 AM and ends at 12:00 PM. Overall, it will be a wonderful soccer learning experience.
Faulkner University is a private, coeducation, Christian university in Montgomery, Alabama. Its former name is Alabama Christian College. The university is an affiliation of the Churches of Christ. It has an accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Furthermore, Faulkner University is 106th in the Regional Universities South, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. The university is using a semester-based academic calendar. Its acceptance rate is 45 percent. Currently, it accommodates around 2,200 undergraduate students. Correspondingly, the student to faculty ratio is 13:1. The university has 11 intercollegiate sports teams including the Cheerleading squad. They are competing in the Southern States Athletic Conference. Moreover, the university athlete’s nickname is Eagles. Blue and white are their identity colors.
Faulkner University Eagles Men’s Soccer ID Camp Organizers
Kyle Beard, a Texas native, is the Faulkner University men’s soccer team head coach. He is now in his 5th season at the helm of the program’s coaching staff. Under his leadership, the Eagles men’s soccer has its 1st conference semifinal appearance. Coach Beard is the former Lubbock Christian University head coach. He is a USSF as well as a NSCAA coaching license holder. Then, the team’s assistant coach is Gabi Queiroz. Coach Queiroz is entering his 3rd year with the Eagles coaching staff. Finally, completing the coaching are Karem Remache, Diego Da Silva, Evans Alcide, and Mehdi Himmich.