The Palm Beach Atlantic University Chris Gnehm Elite Residential Camp is a 3-day camp from July 29 to July 30, 2017. It is inviting all high school female soccer players. This is a preparatory training for those who wants to play at the collegiate level. It will be a serious but fun training atmosphere. The camp will focus on the development of the technical skills and tactical awareness of the players. It will employ dribbling, passing, and shooting drills. Attendees will also experience playing in a dynamic and competitive atmosphere. The PBAU coaching staff, as well as its current players, will provide the training sessions. The event will take place at Rinker Athletic Complex. A state of the art facility.
Palm Beach Atlantic University is an interdenominational Christian university. It is a member of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida. Likewise, it is also part of the Council of Independent Colleges. The main campus is in West Palm Beach, Florida. The university is 62nd in the Regional Universities South 2017 rankings. Its latest total students population is 3,764. And, it has a 12 to 1 undergraduate to faculty ratio. The university has 12 varsity sports teams. They are competing in the Sunshine State Conference of NCAA Division 2. Correspondingly, their nickname is Sailfish. The university’s official colors are navy blue and white. The women’s soccer team is 8th in the latest conference standings.
Palm Beach Atlantic University Chris Gnehm Elite Residential Camp Organizers
Palm Beach Atlantic University women’s soccer head coach is Chris Gnehm. He is at the helm of the team since 2014. He is also the former head coach of Coastal Carolina University. And, Coach Gnehm is a former goalkeeper and team captain at Averett. The team’s assistant coach is Rylie Johnson. She is a recent addition to the Sailfish coaching staff. During her playing career, she was a member of the 2013 First-Team All-Big South. Finally, completing the coaching staff are volunteer assistant coaches M.E. Stewart and Tom Gavin.