The Ohio Wesleyan University Men’s Soccer Elite College ID Camp is a 3-day camp from July 18 to July 20, . It is for 9th to 12th-grade male soccer players. It is a venue for superb players to demonstrate their skills. The Ohio Wesleyan coaching staff will then provide their assessment. The camp will improve the technical and tactical acumen of the attendees. It will apply the same training drills it uses for its high-level varsity team. There will also be games to test players competitiveness. Goalkeeper specific sessions are also provided. It will be a challenging yet enjoyable atmosphere. The camp is a chance to start a collegiate soccer career. The site will be at Roy Rike Field.
Ohio Wesleyan University is a private coeducation college. It is known for its Convocation ceremony that is held every start of a school year. It is a member of the Five Colleges of Ohio. Ohio Wesleyan is 95th in the National Liberal Arts Colleges, edition of Best Colleges rankings. Currently, it accommodates around 1,700 students. It also has 23 intercollegiate athletics teams. They are campaigning in the North Coast Athletic Conference of NCAA Division 3. Their nickname is the Battling Bishops. Ohio Wesleyan men’s soccer team is 5th in the latest season’s conference standings. The have already 2 NCAA Division III national championships. Also, they have set the longest winning streak in NCAC Games which is 24 games. And, they have 2 NCAA Championships titles.
Ohio Wesleyan University Men’s Soccer Elite College ID Camp
The head of the Battling Bishops is Jay Martin. He holds the most number of wins record in college men’s soccer history. He is leading the team for 40 years already. Coach Martin has the longest unbeaten streak record in NCAC history. He is a 16-time NCAA Regional Coach of the Year. A 3-time NSCAA national Coach of the Year. And, MLA Coach of the Year. The Battling Bishops assistant coaches are Travis Wall, Drew Kaszubski, Brad Stuver, and Matt Weiss.