The King’s College Wilkes-Barre Women’s Soccer College ID Camp is inviting all 9th to 12th-grade female soccer players. It is on July 30, . The camp is ideal for players who aspires to play at the collegiate level. All the training sessions are a simulation of an elite college level training regimen. It aims to enhance the camper’s technical and tactical capabilities. The program will also discuss college recruiting processes. This event is an initiative of the King’s College women’s soccer coaching staff. It will take place at the King’s College Wilkes-Barre campus. There are only 26 field players and 4 goalkeepers spots available. A rain date is set on July 31, .
King’s College Wilkes-Barre is a private Catholic liberal arts college. It is an affiliation of the Roman Catholic Church (Congregation of Holy Cross). The college has a Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools accreditation. It is 57th in the Regional Universities North, edition of Best Colleges rankings. Then, it is 30th in the Best Value Schools rankings as well as 425th in the Business Programs rankings. Currently, King’s College Wilkes-Barre accommodates around 2,300 students. The student to faculty ratio is 12 is to 1. Furthermore, the college supports 24 intercollegiate sports teams. They are competing in the Middle Atlantic Conference of NCAA Division 3. Their nickname is Monarchs while there identity colors are red and gold. The Lady Monarchs women’s soccer team has already 3 Freedom Tournament appearances.
King’s College Wilkes-Barre Women’s Soccer College ID Camp Organizers
Frank Carrozza is at the helm of the team’s coaching staff since 2010. Coach Frank Carrozza is a former assistant coach at Misericordia University. In addition, coach Carrozza is a USSF “B” Coaching License holder. At the same time, he also owns a Premier Coaching Diploma. The King’s College Wilkes-Barre women’s soccer assistant coaches are Daniel Delamaza and Joe Hayes. Coach Delamaza is a USSF ‘D’ License holder. Correspondingly, he also holds a Coerver Youth Diploma.