The Rhodes College Lynx Men’s Soccer Summer College ID Camp is a three-day event that will run from the 13th of July until the 16thof July. This summer soccer camp is open to all and any boys entering grade 9 up to grade 12. The program is designed for those with strong aspirations to become a college soccer student-athlete. In addition, this event is going to take place at the scenic Rhodes College campus in Memphis, Tennessee. The program is going to accommodate both residential and commuter campers. The registration fee for residential campers is $400 while it is $325 for commuter campers. Moreover, the program includes a college recruitment talk, a campus tour, and competitive 4v4 and 11v11 games.
About Rhodes College
Rhodes College Lynx Men’s Soccer Summer College ID Camp Organizers
Head Coach Matt Lamb, a native of Westport, Connecticut is leading the Rhodes College Lynx men’s soccer team. He is now entering his second season in the head coaching position and fourth season overall with the Lynx coaching staff. Coach Matt Lamb is a University of Mary Washington alumni. Additionally, he is the former University of Maine at Farmington assistant coach. In 2015, he led the Rhodes College Lynx to a Southern Athletic Association semi-final finish. Then, the Rhodes College Lynx men’s soccer assistant coach is Andy Marcinko. He was the Lynx head coach for 26 seasons before stepping down as assistant coach due to family obligations. Coach Andy Marcinko is now in his 27th season with the coaching staff. He is a bachelor’s degree in biology graduate from Virginia Tech. He is also a master’s degree in Exercise Physiology graduate from the University of North Texas. Ultimately, Coach Marcinko is a four-time Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Coach of The Year awardee. He is also a five-time National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region 5 Coach of the Year awardee. He has led the Lynx men’s soccer team to two SCAC Championships. He is also a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “A” license holder. Furthermore, Coach Marcinko is now holding an overall men’s soccer coaching record of 268-168-43.