The Hiram College Women’s Soccer One Day Prep Clinic is inviting all 15 up to 19 years old female soccer players. This event will be on the 11th of June at the Henry Field in Hiram College campus. It provides an opportunity for aspiring soccer players to showcase and advance their skills. The camp will incorporate high-level technical and tactical training sessions that simulates a collegiate training and competitive atmosphere. The camp also includes discussions regarding college recruiting procedures. Furthermore, the facilitators of this college preparatory clinic are the Hiral College women’s soccer coaching staff and current players. In addition, each registration comes with a free Adidas camp t-shirt.
Hiram College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Hiram, Ohio. Its former name is Western Reserve Eclectic Institute. The college has an accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Hiram College is a member of the Annapolis Group. In addition, it is 141st in National Liberal Arts Colleges, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Presently, Hiram College accommodates around 900 traditional students. The student to faculty ratio is 10:1 with the acceptance rate at 54 percent. Hiram College has 16 intercollegiate athletics teams. They are competing in the North Coast Athletic Conference of NCAA Division III. The athletes call themselves the Terriers. Red and blue are the institution’s official colors.
Hiram College Women’s Soccer One Day Prep Clinic Organizers
Michael Cracas is the head coach of the Hiram College women’s soccer team since 2015. He is the former Oberlin College women’s soccer head coach. Coach Cracas is a US Soccer Federation National Coaching License holder. He is also a NSCAA State – Level 1 and Regional – Level 2 Goalkeeper Diploma holder. Then, the Terriers women’s soccer assistant coaches are Kelly Wilson and Dana Strimbu. Coach Kelly Wilson is at the same time the head coach of the team’s reserve squad. Meanwhile, Coach Dana Strimbu is at the same time the team’s goalkeeper coach.