Carroll University is hosting College 1-Day ID Camp to prepare freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors to learn what it takes to play at the collegiate level.
Established in 1846, Carroll was Wisconsin’s first four-year institution of higher learning. Carroll University is a private liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church USA. It’s approximately 130 acre campus contains 19th century homes, facilities, and residences for over 3,500 students. The curriculum offers more than 95 areas of study and an integrated five-course general education component known as the Pioneer Core, which aims to globalize students through its central theme of cross-cultural interaction.
The Head Coach Susie Foster was named head women’s soccer coach at Carroll University on May 25, 2011. Foster, a former standout goalkeeper at Northwestern University, becomes the eighth head coach in Pioneer women’s soccer program history. During her six-year tenure as head coach, Foster guided Carthage to four consecutive winning seasons that included two NCAA Tournament appearances and a national ranking (No. 20) in 2008. She compiled an overall record of 68-41-10. Foster’s Pioneers have also enjoyed success during her tenure, qualifying for the Midwest Conference post-season tournament in 2011 and 2014 while also earning a three-way share of the league’s regular season championship in 2011. Derek Marie, the assistant coach returned to his alma mater, Carroll University, in 2013 as an assistant men’s soccer coach. He was a standout performer for the Pioneers, earning all-Midwest Conference honors in each of his four seasons at Carroll, making him one of just three players in team history to achieve the feat – Joe Sikora and Andy Ksobiech are the others.
This camp will give the players a feel for a quick-tempo training session, include a classroom structured discussion on the recruiting process and college entrance procedures, a Q &A session with a panel of current players on the women’s team, and be set up for players to be seen by college coaches looking to recruit talented high school players. Additionally, an optional campus tour will also be available. All 6 hours of activities on and off the field are intended to equip the players with the knowledge and readiness necessary to make educated decisions as they begin to consider their futures as college soccer players.
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