Join the Fort Hays State University Men’s Soccer Winter ID Camp. It is open for all 14 to 18 years old high school boys. This winter ID camp will be on the 11th of November at the Fort Hays State University Soccer Stadium and Schmidt-Bickle Indoor Training Facility. Moreover, the training program’s objective is to enhance each individual’s technique and teamwork awareness. The sessions will also cover topics about physical and psychological conditioning. There are also training sessions available for goalkeepers. In addition, the event is an ideal venue for those who ambition of playing at the collegiate level. This training program is an initiative of the Fort Hays State University men’s soccer coaching staff and its current players.
Fort Hays State University, formerly Fort Hays State College, is a public, coeducational university in Hays, Kansas. The university is under the Kansas Board of Regents and is the 3rd largest among 6 state universities. The university has an accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Furthermore, Fort Hays State University uses a semester-based academic calendar. It has a current student population of around 15,100. This is through an acceptance rate of 91 percent. The university’s student to faculty ratio is 16:1. In athletics, Fort Hays State University supports 16 intercollegiate sports teams competing in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association of NCAA Division II. Their nickname is Tigers while black and gold are their identity colors.
Fort Hays State University Men’s Soccer Winter ID Camp Organizers
The Fort Hays State University men’s soccer head coach is Brett Parker. The season will be his 7th season at the helm of the Tigers men’s soccer coaching staff. Under his leadership, the team has already 3 Central Region Championships, 5 NCAA Tournament appearances, and 3 Elite Eight finish. Then, helping Coach Brett Parker is Assistant Coach, Johnny Adame. Coach Johnny Adame is the former Neosho County Community College assistant coach. He is also the former Tigers women’s soccer goalkeeper coach.