The annual Texas Christian University Women’s Soccer College ID Camp is from July 13 to July 16, 2017. It is a 4-day camp for 14 to 18 years old female soccer players. It is an initiative of the Texas Christian University coaching together other top notch college coaches. The camp will be an excellent preparation ground for those who aspire of playing at the collegiate level. It will focus on developing technique and teamwork. The goal is to equip participants with the technical and tactical capabilities of a collegiate soccer player. Goalkeepers will also have their specific training sessions. Discussions on the program include athletic mental and physical conditioning as well as nutrition. It will also tackle college recruiting processes. The event will take place in Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Complex. A top-notch training facility.
Texas Christian University is a private university. It is an affiliation of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). It is also a member of the Oak Ridge Associated Universities. The university is 82nd in the National Universities, 2017 rankings, Then, it is 50th in the Best Colleges for Veterans rankings. The university offers 119 undergraduate programs. Currently, its total student population is 10,394. In addition, the student to faculty ratio is 13 is to 1. The university has 21 intercollegiate sports teams. They are competing in the Big 12 Conference of NCAA Division 1. Their nickname is Horned Frogs. Purple and white are their identity colors. The university women’s soccer team is 7th in the latest conference standings. Moreover, the team has 2 players in the conference Top 20.
Texas Christian University Women’s Soccer College ID Camp Organizers
Leading the Horned Frogs women’s soccer is head coach Eric Bell. He is the team’s head coach since 2011. Coach Eric Bell is the 2005 NSCAA Central Region Assistant Coach of the Year. Also, he is a United States Soccer Federation A License holder. The team’s associate head coach is Ryan Higginbotham.The assistant coach is Sebastian Vecchio. Then, Tricia Jamison is the athletic trainer. And finally, Michael Wood is the strength and conditioning coach.