The Pace University Women’s Soccer Identification Camp is open to all 14 to 18 years old female soccer players who aspire to play at the collegiate level. This soccer identification camp is an opportunity to showcase your skills in front of Pace University women’s soccer coaching staff. Additionally, the training program intends to provide the players an exposure on what it is like to train and play in a highly competitive collegiate environment. The coaches will also provide assessments and evaluations to each individual participant. Furthermore, the training program focuses harnessing the player’s full potential in both the technical and tactical aspects of the game. This event will be on the 16th of July at the Pace University campus. There are only 30 spots available.
Pace University is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian university in New York City, New York. It has additional campuses in Westchester County, in Pleasantville and White Plains. The university is applying a semester-based academic calendar and is currently serving around 8,900 undergraduate students. This student population is with a 39 percent male and 61 percent female students gender distribution. Moreover, the university enrollment acceptance rate is 84 percent while the student to faculty ratio is 14:1. Pace University is a consistent top performing academic institution. As a matter of fact, it is 187th in National Universities, 2018 edition of Best College rankings. It is also 151st in Business Programs. In athletics, the university fields 19 intercollegiate sports teams in the Northeast 10 Conference of the NCAA Division II. They are the Setters and blue and gold are their official colors.
Pace University Women’s Soccer Identification Camp Organizers
Mike Winn is the head coach of the Pace University Setters women’s soccer team. He is the recipient of the 2011 Northeast-10 Conference Coach of the Year award. Coach Mike Winn is also the university’s Associate Athletics Director. Then, the Setters women’s soccer associate head coach is Edward Evans. He is the former U-18 Boys East Fishkill head coach.