The University of New Mexico Women’s Soccer Summer ID Camp is open to 8th grade – college sophomores female soccer players. It is a 2-day camp from July 15 to July 16, . Attendees are expected to check-in on Friday, July 14, 4:00 – 4:30 PM. It will take place at the Indoor Practice Facility of the University of New Mexico. This camp will acquaint players to the high-level collegiate training atmosphere. The University of New Mexico women’s soccer coaching staff will also provide a thorough assessment to each player. Training will include improving technical and tactical capabilities. Also, it will provide athletic nutrition, conditioning, and psychology discussions. Registrants will also receive free camp t-shirts. Overall, the camp will be an extraordinary and fun experience.
The University of New Mexico is a public research, state flagship university. Its main campus in Albuquerque is split into 3 parts. They are the north, central, and south. The University of New Mexico is 176th in the National Universities, edition of Best Colleges rankings. Also, it is 93rd in the Top Public Schools rankings. And, 114th in the Business Programs rankings. The University of Mexico accommodates around 27,400 students. The university colors are cherry and silver. It has 20 intercollegiate varsity teams. They are competing in the Mountain West Conference of NCAA Division 1. Their nickname is Lobos. The Lobos women’s soccer team is 8th in the latest conference standings. They have also 1 player in the Top 100 National list.
University of New Mexico Women’s Soccer Summer ID Camp Organizers
The head coach of the women’s soccer team is Heather Dyche. She is already in her 2nd season as the team head coach. Coach Heather Dyche is a member of the 2015 CoSIDA/Academic All-District VII Team. She is also the US Youth National Team U14 and U15 Girl assistant coach. Also, she is a USSF National A License holder. Then, theLobos assistant coaches are Karley Nelson and Paul Maestas. Finally, completing the coaching staff is Jordyn Belanto, the team’s Director of Program Management.