The Queens College Knights Women’s Soccer ID Clinic is 2-hour event on the 28th of October. It is going to take place at the Queens College Practice Field. This 1-day ID clinic is open for all girls 14 to 19 years old. It is offering a unique opportunity of developing soccer skills in a fun and challenging collegiate atmosphere. Participants are also going to receive valuable assessments from the colleges’ coaching staff. The Queens College women’s soccer players are also going to provide help to the colleges coaching staff who are facilitating this event. Overall, the program will be motivational.
Queens College is a public, coeducational college in New York City, New York. It is part of the City University of New York system. The college is also a member of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. It has an accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Queens College. Queens College is a consistent top academic institution. As a matter of fact, it is 41st in Regional Universities North, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is 73rd in Best Value Schools and 10th in Top Public Schools rankings. Currently, it accommodates around 14,400 undergraduate students and 4,100 postgraduate students. This is with an acceptance rate of 41 percent. The colleges’ student to faculty ratio is 14:1. Queens College has 18 athletics teams competing in the East Coast Conference of NCAA Division II. Their nickname is Knight and blue and silver are their official colors.
Queens College Knights Women’s Soccer ID Clinic Organizers
Leading the Queens College women’s soccer program is head coach Nicole Pacapelli. She is at the helm of the women’s soccer coaching staff since June 2016. Coach Pacapelli is at the same time the academic coordinator. She is the former New Haven University assistant coach. She also has another previous coaching stint with Connecticut Football Club, a youth soccer club. Then, the team’s assistant coach is Jaime Gonzalez.