The Stetson University Hatters Men’s Soccer Fall ID Camp is on November 18 and 19. The camp is for all boys in High School looking to play College Soccer. It will cover both the technical and tactical aspects of the game. Participants will have exposure to high-level training and advanced game scenarios. The Stetson Men’s Soccer Staff or attending NCAA Soccer Coach will be the coach of each session and game. Most important is that participants will enjoy a positive camp experience. They become a better player who is more excited about the game. The said camp will take place at the Stetson University campus. Overall, it will be a fun and challenging experience.
Stetson University, formerly DeLand Academy, is a private, nonprofit university. Its founder is New York philanthropist Henry Addison DeLand. The school has a 175-acre campus in DeLand, Florida. The DeLand campus is on the National Register of Historic Places. Currently, Stetson has a total undergraduate enrollment of 3,089. The gender distribution is 42 percent male students and 58 percent female students. There are more than 60 majors and minors offered as well as Master’s degree and dual degree programs. Stetson has 195 full-time faculty teaching undergraduate courses. 95% of those faculty are holding Ph.D. or equal degrees. Stetson’s mission is to provide a creative community where learning and values meet. The institution also has the dedication to help students move from success to significance. Furthermore, Stetson has approximately 20 honorary academic and professional organizations and over 100 other student organizations on campus.
Stetson University Hatters Men’s Soccer Fall ID Camp Organizers
The Head Coach of Stetson University Hatters men’s soccer team is Kyle Gookins. He is the 2014 NSCAA Southeast Regional Assistant Coach of the Year. Moreover, Gookins has vast experience as part of the coaching of the best Head Coaches in College Soccer. Then, Stetson University men’s soccer team assistant coaches are Graeme Jaap and Ricardo Pinto. Coach Graeme Jaap is the former head coach of Brescia University soccer program.