The Kentucky Wesleyan College Men’s Soccer ID Camp is inviting all male soccer players who ambition to bring their soccer career into the collegiate level. It is full-day training program on the 11th of March. It will take place at the top-notch facility Steele Stadium in Kentucky Wesleyan College campus. Furthermore, participants will experience playing soccer matches and training in a high-level collegiate environment. They are going to gain more understanding about the technical and tactical facets of the game. In addition, the program will cover physical and mental conditioning discussion as well as personal development sessions. This Soccer ID Camp is under the supervision of the Kentucky Wesleyan College men’s soccer coaching staff.
Kentucky Wesleyan College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Owensboro, Kentucky. It is an affiliation of the United Methodist Church. The college is a member of the International Association of Methodist-related Schools, Colleges, and Universities. It is also part of the Council of Independent Colleges. Moreover, the institution is offering 29 majors and 13 pre-professional programs. Its current undergraduate student population is around 800. This is through an acceptance rate of 60 percent. Kentucky Wesleyan College is notable for its academic excellence. In fact, it is 8th in Regional Colleges South, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings and 3rd in the Best Value Schools rankings. In athletics, Kentucky Wesleyan College supports 17 intercollegiate sports teams. They campaigning in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference of NCAA Division II. Their nickname is Panthers while purple and white are their official colors.
Kentucky Wesleyan College Men’s Soccer ID Camp Organizers
The Kentuck Wesleyan College Panthers men’s soccer program head coach is John Fusco, a Paducah, Kentucky native. The 2017 season will be his 6th season at the reins of the college’s men’s soccer program. Coach John Fusco is the former Brescia University women’s soccer head coach. he is also the former Owensboro High School assistant coach. Additionally, Coach John Fusco is the 2003 AFLAC Assistant Coach of the Year awardee.