Join the Quincy University Women’s Soccer Prospect Camp. It will be on the 29th of July at Jack Mackenzie Field at Legends Stadium in Quincy University campus. It is inviting all 9th to 12th-grade female soccer players. This soccer prospect camp will immerse the attendees into the collegiate soccer environment. In addition, the camp will focus on providing sessions that will enhance the participants technical and tactical capabilities. It also includes sessions that will improve team play understanding. Furthermore, this training program is an initiative of the Quincy University women’s soccer coaching staff. In essence, it will be a challenging but fun experience.
Quincy University, originally St. Francis Solanus College and Seminary, is a private, coeducational, nonprofit, research, liberal arts university in Quincy, Illinois. The university comprises 4 divisions and 2 schools. The 4 divisions are the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Fine Arts and Communication, Humanities, and Science and Technology. Meanwhile, the 2 schools are the School of Business and the School of Education. Currently, Quincy University is serving around 1,100 undergraduate students with a 63 percent enrollment acceptance rate. The university is using a semester-based academic calendar. Moreover, Quincy University is 83rd in Regional Universities Midwest of the 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. In sports, the university is competing in the Great Lakes Valley Conference of NCAA Division II as the Hawks. The university athletics identity colors are brown and white.
Quincy University Women’s Soccer Prospect Camp Organizers
The Quincy University Hawks women’s soccer head coach is Dave Musso. The 2017-2018 season is his 12th year at the helm of the university’s women’s soccer program. Coach Dave Musso is a 3-time Great Lakes Valley Conference Coach of the Year. He is also the 2013 NSCAA Midwest Region Coach of the Year awardee. Then, the Quincy University women’s soccer graduate assistant coach is Katie Nimitz. Coach Nimitz is a U.S. Soccer Federation E coaching license holder. Finally, completing the Quincy University Hawks women’s soccer coaching staff are volunteer assistant coaches Javier Skwara and Cody Smith.