The Our Lady of the Lake University Women’s Soccer ID Camp is a 4-hour soccer camp on the 9th of December. It is inviting all girls from high school freshmen up to seniors. This training program is under the supervision of the Our Lady of the Lake University women’s soccer coaching staff. Coaching staffs from other universities and colleges will also attend and help oversee the soccer camp. This training event is going to be vital for the development of aspiring players who want to step-up their game in the college level. It also aims to provide the players an experience on what it is like to train and compete at the elite level. In addition, technical and tactical improvement for each attendee is also the camp’s main objective. This program will take place at the Our Lady of the Lake University campus.
Our Lady of the Lake University is a private, coeducational, independent Catholic university in San Antonio, Texas. It is an affiliation of the Roman Catholic, Congregation of Divine Providence. The university is also part of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities as well as the Council of Independent Colleges. Furthermore, the university has an accreditation from the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The total student population is around 3,200 with around 1,600 undergraduate and 1,600 postgraduates. Our Lady of the Lake University student to faculty ratio is 10:1 with an acceptance rate of 62.6 percent. Ultimately, Our Lady of the Lake University is number 86 in the Regional Universities West 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It fields 14 intercollegiate sports teams in the Red River Athletic Conference of National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. They call themselves the Saints.
Our Lady of the Lake University Women’s Soccer ID Camp Organizers
Leading the Our Lady of the Lake University women’s soccer team is Head Coach Arthur Salazar. He is a 2-time Coach of the Year awardee. Then, the Saints women’s soccer Assistant Coaches are Shane Hurley and Teegan Luckemeyer. Coach Hurley is the is the 2011 Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Meanwhile, Coach Luckemeyer is a former Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete.