The objective of the Georgia State University Women’s Soccer Winter ID Camp is to provide players with potentials an opportunity to show their skills and join the university’s women’s soccer team. Registrants will have an option to join a single day or a 2-day training program. It will be on the 24th of February and the 25th of February. It will take place at the top-notch soccer facility, Georgia State University Soccer Complex. Furthermore, this winter ID camp is open for all girls in grades 9 up to 12. It will provide the attendees a feel on the demands and expectations put on college student-athletes. In addition, there will be a session for goalkeepers, 11v11 matches, and a campus tour. Check-in will be at 9 o’clock in the morning.
Georgia State University, or just Georgia State, is a public, coeducational, research university in Atlanta, Georgia. It is the largest member of the University System of Georgia. The university comprises 10 colleges and schools. It is offering more than 250 degree programs and more than 30 associate degree programs. Currently, the university is serving around 25,200 undergraduate and 6,900 postgraduate students. This is with a 41 percent male and 59 percent female gender distribution and through a 59.6 acceptance rate. Georgia State is one of the nation’s best universities. As a matter of fact, it is 223rd in National Universities, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is also 8th in the Best Undergraduate Teaching rankings. In sports, the university is participating in the Sun Belt Conference of NCAA Division I. The athletes call themselves the Panthers while red, white, and blue are their colors.
Georgia State University Women’s Soccer Winter ID Camp Organizers
Head Coach Ed Joyce is in-charge of the Georgia State Panthers women’s soccer team since March of 2016. He is the team’s former Assistant Coach. Additionally, Coach Ed Joyce is the 2011 NSCAA South Atlantic Region Assistant Coach of the Year. Then, the Panthers Assistant Coach is Joe Tedesco. Camille Arab is the Athletic Trainer. Amanda Bruemmer is the Student Assistant Coach. The Academic Advisor is Bree Hicken. Finally, Wesley Lutz and Ricardo Oliveira are the Volunteer Assistant Coaches.