The George Washington University Men’s Soccer Summer ID Day Camp is on August 13, 2017. It is for 9th grade or college male players who are ready to experience collegiate level soccer. The experience will be challenging yet enjoyable. It will focus on improving the player’s technical and tactical abilities. It is a head start to achieving a successful soccer career. Players are going to play competitive games during the event. The event is an initiative of the university men’s soccer coaching staff. It will start at 11:30 AM and end at 4:00 PM. The venue is in Soccer Complex inside Mt. Vernon Campus which is a state of the art facility.
George Washington University is a public research university which is in Washington DC. It is the 2nd oldest university in the District of Columbia. The university’s latest undergraduate students population is 11,244. It has 3 campuses which are the Foggy Bottom Campus, the Mount Vernon Campus, and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus. It is 56th in the U.S. News and World Report national universities rankings. Also, the university is 103rd in the Forbes national rankings. The university has 26 athletics teams. They are known as the Colonials. Buff and blue are the university’s official color. Its men’s soccer team is competing in Atlantic 10 Conference of NCAA Division I. They have already 2 A 10 titles and 3 Regular Season A 10 titles. Also, the Colonials have 3 NCAA Tournament appearances.
George Washington University Men’s Soccer Summer ID Day Camp Organizers.
The head coach of the Colonials men’s soccer team is Craig Jones. Next season will be his 6th year as the team’s head coach. He is leading the team since November 2011. Coach Craig Jones is the 2015 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year awardee. And, he is a USSF `A’ Coaching Licensee. Then, the team’s assistant coach is Jake Ouimet. He is a former head coach at Duquesne University. Finally, completing the staff is volunteer assistant coach Ivan Stevanovic. The university’s varsity players will join the event too.