Join the Roberts Wesleyan College Women’s Soccer Fall ID Camp. It will be on the 8th of October at the Roberts Wesleyan College Soccer Complex. It is inviting female soccer players in grades 9 and up. The ID camp is ideal for players outstanding soccer skills. In fact, it offers an opportunity for players to gain recognition from the college’s coaching staff and be a part of its soccer team. The aim of this clinic is to prepare players for the elite collegiate level competition. In addition, it simulates the training methods the Roberts Wesleyan College Women’s soccer team is using. The event is set to start at 2:00 PM and end at 4:30 PM.
Roberts Wesleyan College is a private Christian college in Rochester, New York. It is the country’s first Methodist educational institution. It is an affiliation of the Free Methodist Church. In addition, it is also a member of the Council of Independent Colleges. The college is consistently providing excellent academic programs. As a result, the college is 101st in the Regional Universities North 2017 rankings. Currently, it accommodates around 1,700 students. Its student to faculty ratio is 11 is to 1. Roberts Wesleyan College has 15 varsity sports teams. These teams are competing in the East Coast Conference of NCAA Division 2. And, they call themselves the Redhawks. Furthermore, Roberts Wesleyan College is the 1st NCAA Division II college from Greater Rochester Region. Their official color is red.
Roberts Wesleyan College Women’s Soccer Fall ID Camp Organizers
Leading the Roberts Wesleyan women’s soccer team is Head Coach Scott Reber. He is at the helm of the men’s soccer coaching staff since the 2016 season. Coach Scott Reber is a former soccer standout. He is a member of the 1985 East Region Division 1 NCCAA Championship team. Moreover, Coach Reber is a NSCAA Advanced National Diploma and the NSCAA National Youth Diploma holder. Then, the team’s assistant coaches are Peter Mastrogiovanni, Mike Martone, and Andrew Stewart. Finally, Jesus Paesch is the team’s JV coach.