The Juniata College Women’s Soccer Summer ID Camp is inviting to all girls in grade 9 up to grade 12 to join. It is a full-day soccer camp on the 5th of August at the Gibbel Stadium in Juniata College campus. The training program will run from 11:30 AM until 6:30 PM. It is an opportunity to experience the athletics culture of the Juniata College Women’s Soccer team. The program also emphasizes overall improvement of the attendees technical and tactical capabilities. The camp facilitators are set to provide personalized attention to each of the participants. Thus, they set a limit to the available slots. Every registration comes with a free meal and free camp t-shirt.
Juniata College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. It is an affiliation of the Church of the Brethren. It is also a member of the Pennsylvania Consortium for the Liberal Arts. Juniata College is utilizing a semester-based academic calendar. The college has an accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Moreover, Juniata College is 106th in National Liberal Arts Colleges, 2018 edition of the Best Colleges. It is also 67th in the Best Value Schools rankings. The institution has an undergraduate student population of around 1,600. The college student to faculty ratio is 12:1 and its acceptance rate is 75 percent. Currently, Juniata College sponsors 21 intercollegiate sports teams. Their nickname is Eagles while their colors are gold and blue. The Eagles women’s soccer team is competing in the Landmark Conference of NCAA Division III.
Juniata College Women’s Soccer Summer ID Camp Organizers.
The head coach of the Juniata College women’s soccer team is Scott McKenzie. He is at the same time the Associate Athletics Director for Athletic Communications. Coach Scott McKenzie is leading the women’s soccer program since 2000. Coach McKenzie is also the former chairman of the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Committee. Then, the Eagles women’s soccer assistant coach is Kaleigh Herring. She is the former Marietta College women’s soccer assistant coach.