The Occidental College Tigers Women’s Soccer ID Clinic is a 1-day event for 2018 and 2019 graduating high school girls. It will take place at the Jack Kemp Stadium in Occidental College campus. This training program is a perfect opportunity for participants to have a feel of college soccer. Something to look forward, this event includes small-sided and full-sided matches. There is also going to be a campus tour for the participants. The event facilitators are the Occidental College women’s soccer coaching staff and current players. Furthermore, the camp has only 26 field players and 4 goalkeepers slots available. Thus, registration is on a first come first serve basis.
Occidental College or Oxy is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Los Angeles, California. It is an affiliation of the Presbyterian Church. It is also a member of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities as well as the Annapolis Group. Moreover, Occidental College is an institution with an accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. For its top-notch education programs, the college is top 44 in National Liberal Arts Colleges, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is also 51st in the Best Value Schools rankings. Occidental College has 21 athletics sports teams competing in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference of NCAA Division III. They call themselves the Tigers while their colors and black. Just a fun fact, the name of the college’s mascot is Oswald the Tiger.
Occidental College Tigers Women’s Soccer ID Clinic Organizers
Leading the Occidental College women’s soccer team is head coach Colm McFeely. Coach Colm McFeely is at the same time the soccer program’s assistant director of athletics. He is now in his 8th year at the helm of the coaching staff. Additionally, Coach Colm McFeely is the 1993 NSCAA State Coach of the Year awardee. Then, the Tigers women’s soccer assistant coaches are Jaime Acuna, Megan MacDonald, Tayler Renshaw, and last but not the least Kellee Murayama.