The Humboldt State University Men’s Soccer Winter ID Camp is open to any 9th grade and up male soccer players. It is a 2-day event from December 3 to December 4. It will take place at the College Creek Field in Humboldt State University campus. This event provides an opportunity for excellent soccer players to gain attention from the university’s recruiting staff. In addition, it focuses on enhancing the participants technical and tactical capabilities. It will immerse participants into a collegiate level training environment and competition. In essence, it will be an enjoyable but challenging experience. Furthermore, the program will start at 2:00 PM on Day 1 and end at 12:00 PM on Day 2.
Humboldt State University or just Humboldt State is a public, coeducational university in Arcata, California. It is a member of the California State University system. The university comprises 3 colleges. These are the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; the College of Natural Resources and Sciences; and the College of Professional Studies. Of course, Humboldt State University has an accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Ultimately, it is 47th in Regional Universities West, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is also 47th in the Best Value Schools rankings. The university is offering 51 majors and 69 minors. Currently, it accommodates around 8,000 undergraduate students. The university colors are green and gold while their athletics nickname is Lumberjacks.
Humboldt State University Men’s Soccer Winter ID Camp Organizers
Fred Jungemann is the Humboldt State Lumberjacks men’s soccer head coach. He is leading the university men’s soccer program since 2013. Coach Fred Jungemann is the former head coach of Barry University’s women’s soccer team. Moreover, Coach Jungemann has also coaching stints with California State University, and Sonoma State University. With these stints, Coach Jungemann has already a CCAA South Division title and CCAA North Division title, respectively. Adding to his coaching experience is another 3-year stint with Phoenix College which has 2 playoff appearances.