University of Miami Mary-Frances Monroe Soccer ID Camp is a 2-day camp from July 29 to July 30, . It is open middle school, hs school, jr college and college transferee girls. The camp is an excellent training ground for players who dreams of playing in the collegiate level. The sessions are aimed to provide personalized training. Players will also experience to play competitive small sided and 11v11 games. The camp also aims to improve the players’ technical and tactical capabilities. It will be a serious but fun learning experience. The event will start at 8:30 AM on Day 1 and end at 12:00 PM on Day 1. It will take place in Hurricane Soccer Camp inside the university campus.
The University of Miami is a private nonsectarian university. It is a member of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. The university offers more than 180 majors and programs. It also has three campuses. They are the Coral Gables Campus, Medical Campus, and Medical Campus. Currently, its student population is around 16,800. The university’s athletics teams are competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference of NCAA Division 1. They are known as the Hurricanes. The university colors are green, orange, and white. The Hurricanes women’s soccer team is 7th in the latest conference standings. One of its players is included in the National Top 100. The team has already 5 NCAA Tournament Championship appearances.
University of Miami Mary-Frances Monroe Soccer ID Camp Organizers
Mary-Frances Monroe is the head coach of the Hurricanes soccer team. She heads the coaching staff since 2012. She is the former head coach of the University of Albany. Coach Monroe is also a former member of the Boston Breakers of the WPSL Elite League. And, a member of the 2009 America East Co-Coaching Staff of the Year. Then, the team’s assistant coaches are Kate Dylag and Tim Hart. Lesley-Anne King is the athletic trainer. And finally, Steve Felde is the strength and conditioning coach.