The University of Minnesota Women’s Soccer College ID Camp is open to 8th to 12th-grade female soccer players. It is a 4-day camp from July 17 to July 20, . It is an opportunity to experience a competitive but enjoyable training camp that will vastly improve soccer skills. The University of Minnesota women’s soccer coaching staff and varsity players will be on hand on the training program. It will simulate the team’s training regimen that leads them to success. This is an ideal camp for players who likes to play at the highest level. It will take place at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium, a state of the art facility. That camp will accommodate both residential and commuter registrants.
The University of Minnesota, Twin Cities is a public university. It is a member of the University of Minnesota system. It is the oldest and has the largest campus among the University of Minnesota system members. The university is 71st in the National Universities, edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is also 26th in the Top Public Schools rankings. And, 199th in Forbes national rankings. Currently, it has around 29,000 undergraduate students. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities has 23 varsity teams. They are known as the Golden Gophers. The university’s colors are maroon and gold. It’s women’s soccer team is competing in the Big 10 conference of NCAA Division 1. They are 2016 Big 10 Regular Season and Tournament Champions.
University of Minnesota Women’s Soccer College ID Camp Organizers
The Golden Gophers women’s soccer head coach is Stefanie Golan. She is entering her 6th year as the team’s head coach this season. She is the 2016 Big Ten Coach of the Year, too. Coach Stefanie Golan is also the 2010 Patriot League Coach of the Year. The team’s associate head coach is Krystle Seidel. The team’s assistant coach is Brad Swenby. Then, Sara Johnson is the Director of Operations. And, Kari Ornes is the Golden Gophers volunteer assistant coach.