The Rider University Women’s Soccer Pro Performance Summer ID Clinic is a 1-day camp. It will be on August 13, 2017. It is open to 8th to 9th-grade elite female soccer players. The camp is ideal for players who wants play at the collegiate level. The camp will improve the strengths of the players. Likewise, it will also fix their weaknesses. It will be a fun collegiate level training experience. The drills in the program are the same drills the women’s varsity team are using. It will also discuss college recruiting processes. The camp starts at 10:00 AM and ends at 1:00 PM. It will be at Ben Cohen Field inside the Rider University Lawrenceville campus.
The Rider University is a private nonsectarian university. It has a Middle States Commission on Higher Education accreditation. The university has 2 campuses. They are located in Princeton and Lawrenceville. It is 23rd in the Regional Universities North, 2017 edition of the Best Colleges ranking. Then, it is 26th in the Best Value Schools ranking. And, 326th in the Business Programs rankings. Currently, it accommodates around 4,100 undergraduate students. The university sponsors 18 intercollegiate athletic teams. Their nickname is Broncs. The university’s identity colors are cranberry and gray. It’s women’s soccer team is campaigning in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference of NCAA Division 1. They have already 1 MAAC Women’s Soccer title. And, 3 MAAC Women’s Soccer Championship Game appearances.
Rider University Women’s Soccer Pro Performance Summer ID Clinic Organizers
The Broncs women’s soccer team head coach is Drayson Hounsome. He is leading the team’s coaching staff since 2008. He is the 2010 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. And, also the 2007 Northeast Regional Coach of the Year before moving to Rider University. The team’s assistant coaches are Ellis Badillo and Tara Ballay. Then, the team’s volunteer assistant is Jennifer Meier. Finally, completing the staff is John Placca, the team’s athletic trainer.