The University of La Verne Summer Futbol Academy ID Camp is open to all 13 to 19 years old female soccer players. It is ideal for girls who aspires to advance their skills to the next level. It will incorporate personalized training sessions. The attendees will receive a thorough assessment from the La Verne Futbol Academy coaching staff. While goalkeepers will be assessed by the La Verne Futbol Academy goalkeeper coach, Delanie Pacheco. The camp also includes small side and 11v11 games. In addition, the camp will also discuss recruiting procedures and NCAA guidelines. It will truly be a fun environment for learning. The camp will be on August 5, . It is set at the La Verne-Ortmayer Stadium. The program will start at 8:30 AM and end at 3:00 PM.
The University of La Verne is a private university. It is an affiliation of the Church of the Brethren. It is along the eastern edge of Los Angeles County. The university’s total population in 2016 is 4,884. It is 152nd in the National Universities, edition of Best Colleges. Also, the university has a 13 to 1, student-faculty ratio. The University of La Verne has 20 intercollegiate sports teams. They call themselves the Leopards. Their official colors are green and orange. The women’s soccer team is competing in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, NCAA Division 3. They were able to reach the SCIAC Postseason Tournament in 2008.
University of La Verne Summer Futbol Academy ID Camp Organizers
The organizing body is lead by Lauryn Pehanich. She is the head coach of the Leopards women’s soccer team. Next season will be her 5th season as the team’s head coach. Also, she is an advisor to La Verne’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. She is a former assistant coach at Cal State Fullerton. The team’s assistant coach is Danielle Sumlin. Coach Danielle is a 2-time All-SCIAC honoree as a player. Then, Delanie Pacheco and JJ Weaver are the Leopards volunteer assistant coaches. Finally, Chelsey Patterson is the team’s graduate assistant coach.