The University of Minnesota Morris Women’s Soccer ID Camp is inviting 8th to 12th-grade female soccer players. The camp is an opportunity to experience to train and compete like a NCAA college soccer athlete. The program is an excellent head start for players who dreams of playing at the collegiate level. Its goal is to develop not only the technical skills but also teamwork effectiveness. Goalkeepers will also have their skills specific training sessions. Organizing this camp are the University of Minnesota Morris women’s soccer coaching staff. Coach from other top universities will also impart their knowledge. The camp will include discussions about college recruitment procedures. It will be a 3-day camp from August 3 to August 5, 2017. It will take place at the University of Minnesota Morris Soccer Field and Physical Education Center. Both state of the art facilities.
The University of Minnesota Morris is a public liberal arts college. It is an affiliation of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. Likewise, it is also a member of the University of Minnesota system. The university is 140th in the National Liberal Arts Colleges, 2017 rankings. And, 7th in the Top Public Schools, 2017 rankings. The university offers 35 majors and minors, 15 licensure areas, as well as 9 pre-professional programs. Currently, it accommodates around 1,900 students. The university has 17 intercollegiate athletics teams. They are playing in the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference of NCAA Division 3. Their nickname is Cougar. Maroon and gold are their identity colors. The women’s soccer team have already 5 UMAC Championships.
University of Minnesota Morris Women’s Soccer ID Camp Organizers
The Cougars women’s soccer team head coach is Dan Magner. He is the team’s head coach since 2006. Coach Dan Magner is a 4-time UMAC Coach of the Year. In addition, he is also a Boston Globe Coach of the Year and EMASCA Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Dan Magner is both an NSCAA and USSF Coaching License holder. Then, the team’s assistant coach is Brendan Goler. At the same, he is also the university women’s softball coach.