The Liberty University Women’s Soccer Spring ID Clinic is a single day event that is ideal for players who are enthusiastic about playing at the college level. It is inviting all 13 to 21 years old girls who want to learn soccer’s latest training methods and techniques. It will be on the 6th of May at the Liberty University. Moreover, the ID camp’s goal is to identify prospective athletes who can play for the university’s women’s soccer team. It also provides an exposure on what it takes to be an elite college-student athlete. Furthermore, this soccer clinic is set to start at 9:00 AM and end at 3:30 PM. It is open to both field players and goalkeepers.
Liberty University, formerly Lynchburg Baptist College, is a private, coeducation, nonprofit, Christian, research university in Lynchburg, Virginia. It is a member of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities and the Center for Research Libraries. The university is also part of the American Council on Education. Liberty University is the nation’s largest private, nonprofit university. Currently, the university is serving more than 110,000 students. This is through an acceptance rate of 28 percent. The university is offering more than 550 fields of study. In athletics, Liberty University has 20 intercollegiate athletics teams participating in the NCAA Division I as the Liberty Flames. The university athletics identity colors are red, white, and blue.
Liberty University Women’s Soccer Spring ID Clinic Organizers
The Liberty University Flames women’s soccer new Head Coach is Lang Wedemeyer. He is the 2013 and 2014 Summit League Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Lang Wedemeyer is also the 2001 North Central Conference Coach of the Year and the 2008 Sportswriters Women’s College Coach of the Year. Then, the Liberty University Flames Assistant Coaches are Josh Rife and Kristin Eggert. Coach Kristin Eggert is at the same time the Goalkeeper Coach. The Director of Operations is Courtney Hall. And finally, completing the Flames women’s soccer coaching staff is Strength and Conditioning Coach, Karyl Wiese.