The Saint Lawrence University Saints Men’s Soccer ID Camp is a four-day event that is set to run from the 28th of June until the 1st of July. It is open to all entering grade 9 to grade 12 boys who are serious about becoming a college soccer student-athlete. This soccer identification camp will allow the participant to train like a Saint Lawrence University college player. In addition, the program will provide developmental sessions to both field players and goalkeepers. It will cover both the technical and tactical facets of the game. There will also be competitive small-sided and full-sided games. Limited space is available thus, registration is on a first come first served basis.
About Saint Lawrence University
Saint Lawrence University Saints Men’s Soccer ID Camp Organizers
Mike Toshack, a native of Prescott, Ontario is the head coach of the Saint Lawrence University Saints men’s soccer team. He is now in his third year at the reins of the Saints men’s soccer program. Coach Mike Toshack is a bachelor’s degree in history graduate from Acadia University. He also completed his degree in education at Saint Lawrence University. Ultimately, in the season, Coach Mike Toshack led the Saint to a Liberty League regular-season and tournament championships. In just three years, the Saint Lawrence University Saints men’s soccer has already two NCAA Tournament appearances with a Sweet 16 finish in 2016. Then, the Saints men’s soccer assistant coach is Willi Steinrotter, the former Clarkson University head coach. Coach Willi Steinrotter is a Hobart College graduate. He is the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Regional Coach of the Year awardee. That year, he led Clarkson to an Empire Athletic Association (EAA) championship. He is the former United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) president. Finally, the Saints volunteer assistant coach is Tyler Gallagher, a native of Potsdam, Germany. Coach Tyler Gallagher is an alumnus of the State University of New York at Canton.