The Freed–Hardeman University Lions Men’s Soccer Boarding Camp is going to take place at the beautiful Freed–Hardeman University in Henderson, Tennessee. It is a five-day event that will run from the 17th of June until the 21st of June. It is open to all high school boys who aspire to play at the collegiate level. Furthermore, this five-day soccer training program includes both technical and tactical instructions. There will also be simulated games that will provide outstanding players an opportunity to showcase their skills. In addition, the participants will receive a thorough performance evaluation from the Freed–Hardeman University Lions men’s soccer coaching staff. The participants need to bring their own soccer gears and water bottle. Overall, this event will be a fun but challenging experience.
About Freed–Hardeman University
Freed–Hardeman University Lions Men’s Soccer Boarding Camp Organizers
Leading the Freed–Hardeman University Lions men’s soccer team is Head Coach Jason Elliott, a native of McPherson, Kansas. Coach Jason Elliot is now in his 18th season at the reins of the Freed–Hardeman Lions men’s soccer program. He is a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree graduate from Freed–Hardeman University. Additionally, Coach Jason Elliot is also the head coach of the university’s women’s soccer program. He is a National Soccer Coaches Association (NSCAA) Advanced National Coaching Diploma holder. Coach Jason Elliot has been part of the Freed–Hardeman Lions men’s soccer team since its inaugural season in 2000. In fact, he scored the first goal of the team. Currently, Coach Elliots is also directing summer soccer camps. Then, the Freed–Hardeman University Lions men’s soccer graduate assistant coaches are Alex Meany and Jermaine Steele. Coach Alex Meany is now in his second season with the Lions coaching staff. He is a bachelor’s degree in finance graduate from Freed–Hardeman University. He is now pursuing his master’s degree at the university. Coach Alex Meany is from Memphis, Tennessee. Similarly, Coach Jermaine Steele from Westmoreland, Jamaica is also in his second season with the coaching staff. He is also an alumnus of Freed–Hardeman University.