Come and join the Rhodes College Lynx Women’s Soccer Summer College ID Clinic. It is a full-day event that will run from 9 o’clock in the morning until 4 o’clock in afternoon on the 9th of July. It is going to take place at the scenic Rhodes College campus in Memphis, Tennessee. This summer identification camp is especially for prospective college female soccer players. Moreover, it is especially for those who have a club or high school varsity playing experience. The program aims at fine-tuning the player’s technical abilities and tactical understanding. It also includes a campus tour and a college recruitment talk. In addition, the attendees are going to be immersed in a real collegiate level training atmosphere. It is also an opportunity to train and learn from the Rhodes College Lynx women’s soccer coaching staff and current players. Furthermore, the participants are requested to bring their own soccer ball, gears, and equipment. It is going to be a physically demanding but enjoyable experience.
About Rhodes College
Rhodes College Lynx Women’s Soccer Summer College ID Clinic Organizers
Katie Chambers, a native of Sleepy Hollow, Illinois is the head coach of the Rhodes College Lynx women’s soccer team. She is now entering her second season at the helm of the college’s women’s soccer program. Coach Katie Chambers is a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a minor in coaching graduate from Loras College. Additionally, Coach Chambers is the former Gettysburg College assistant coach and the former Misericordia University graduate assistant coach where she was working primarily as the goalkeepers’ coach. Coach Katie Chambers was part of the Misericordia University Cougars’ 2013 and 2014 Freedom Conference champion team. Furthermore, Coach Chambers was also a former standout goalkeeper. As a matter of fact, she was a two-time All-Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) selection and a one-time first-team selection. Coach Katie Chambers was instrumental in the Loras College Duhawks’ Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) championship runs and NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 finish. She was an NCAA Division III All-Midwest Region selection during her senior year.