The SUNY Geneseo Women’s Soccer Residential Field Players Camp is for 13 – 18 years old female players. It is a 4-day training camp from July 9 to July 12, . The sessions are the same as the sessions used by the Geneseo women’s soccer team. For this reason, the program is a proven base for success. It involves improving the players technical and tactical aptitude. Players will join in small sided and 11v11 games. The camp will be a competitive but fun atmosphere for learning. It will start at 3:00 PM on Day 1 and end at 12:00 PM on Day 4. The organizers are the Geneseo women’s soccer coaching staff. It will take place in SUNY Geneseo campus.
The State University of New York College at Geneseo is a public state grant, liberal arts college. It is a college in the State University of New York system. Also, it has a Middle States Commission of Higher Education accreditation. The campus is alongside Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York. Its undergraduate student population is around 5,600. Geneseo is offering 54 undergraduate majors. It is 14th in the Regional Universities North, edition of Best Colleges rankings. Then, 2nd in the Top Public Schools rankings. And, 248th in the Business Programs rankings. Geneseo has 20 varsity teams. They are known as the Knights and their identity colors are blue and white. They compete in the State University of New York Athletic Conference, NCAA Div 3. The Geneseo women’s soccer team have already 6 SUNYAC titles.
SUNY Geneseo Women’s Soccer Residential Field Players Camp Organizers
Nate Wiley is the Geneseo Knights women’s soccer head coach. He is in the head coach position since January 2016. He led the Knights to 2 SUNYAC Championships. And, 2 NCAA Division 3 Tournament appearances. Coach Nate Wiley is a 1-time SUNYAC Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year awardee. Also, he is the former head coach of Chowan men’s team before moving to Geneseo. Coach Wiley is a U.S. Soccer Federation D Coaching License holder, too. The Geneseo Knights women’s soccer assistant coaches are Scott Faro, Meghan Verdino, and Terry Moss.