University of California Riverside Men’s Soccer Elite ID Camp is on July 9, . This camp is open to all outstanding high school players, 14 years of age and older. It is going to start at 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. It is going to be a collegiate soccer environment experience. The goal is to develop the player’s technical and tactical facets of the game. All in all, the training camp will be a competitive and enjoyable event. Registration includes a training camp t-shirt. Organizing this event are the UCR coaching staff and current players. Coaches from other colleges will also attend and oversee the program.
The University of California Riverside is a member of the University of California system. It is a public research university. It is the first university with gender-neutral housing option. The university is 118th in the U.S. News and World Report ranking. Also, it is 62nd in Graduate School of Education. Currently, it accommodates around 18,600 undergraduate students. The University of California Riverside has 17 athletic teams. The university athletes are known as the Highlanders. The name is because of the high altitude location of its campus. The university has already 5 team National Championships. Its teams are competing in NCAA Division I, Big West Conference. The men’s soccer team is currently at number 3 in the conference. Also, one of its players is in the Top 100 Nationals. The university’s identity colors are sky blue and gold.
University of California Riverside Men’s Soccer Elite ID Camp Organizers
The university men’s soccer team head coach is Tim Cupello. He leads the coaching staff since 2014. Before that, he was the team’s assistant from 2010 to 2013. With Tim Cupello, the team won their first Big West South Division Championship in 2014. Then, the Director of Community Relations is Bryan Kuderman. Assistant Coaches of the team are Ryan Carruth, Ayotunde Ogunbiyi, and Luc Harrington. Current men’s soccer varsity players will also provide further assistance.