Join the Keystone College Giants Men’s Soccer October ID Clinic on October 14 at the Keystone College campus. It is inviting all male soccer players 15 years of age and above. This camp provides a high-level soccer training similar to what the Keystone College men’s soccer team is using. It is a perfect opportunity to experience a collegiate-like training and competition. It is also an opportunity to showcase excellent soccer skills in front the college’s recruitment personnel. Moreover, this program is an initiative of the college’s men’s soccer coaching staff. The event will start at 9:00 AM and end at 11:00 AM.
Keystone College is a private comprehensive, coeducational college in La Plume and Factoryville, Pennsylvania. Its campus is 276 acres in size that is in the scenic Endless Mountains. It is utilizing a semester-based academic calendar. Keystone College is offering around 40 undergraduate and graduate degrees. Furthermore, the college has an accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The college is an institution of excellence. In fact, it is 26th in Regional Colleges North, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Its recent acceptance rate is 98 percent. Currently, its student population is around 1,400. Keystone College has 21 intercollegiate athletics teams. They call themselves the Giants. Its men’s soccer team is competing in the Colonial States Athletic Conference of NCAA Division III. The team has 3 playoff berths in the last 4 seasons.
Keystone College Giants Men’s Soccer October ID Clinic Organizers
Leading the Keystone Giants men’s soccer team is head coach Joe Schneck. Season marks his 5th season at the helm of the men’s soccer program. He is the former Cornell University assistant coach. He is also the former graduate assistant coach at the College of New Jersey. Additionally, Coach Schneck is a National Soccer Coaches Association of America, Advanced National Diploma holder. Then, the Giants men’s soccer assistant coach is Justin Cardamone. Finally, Anthony Michlik, C.J. Bayly, Phil Haas, and Peter Steve are the team’s volunteer assistant coaches.