The University of North Alabama Summer ID Soccer Camp 2017 is open to all 9th to 12th-grade soccer players. It is a 1-day event set on August 5, 2017. Attendees will experience playing games and training in a collegiate environment. The camp will focus on improving their technical and tactical capabilities. Also, it will include athletic nutrition and conditioning in the sessions. This camp will prepare athletes physically and mentally. Players will compete in games that will showcase their talents, too. It will be a fun and enjoyable experience. The event will start at 10:00 AM and end at 4:30 PM. It will be at the University of North Alabama Soccer Field which is a trendsetting facility. The Summer ID Camp organizers are the UNA women’s soccer coaching staff.
The University of North Alabama is a coeducational university and oldest 4-year public university. Its location is in Florence, Alabama. The university is 87th in the Regional Universities South, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Also, it is 34th in Top Public Schools rankings. The University of North Alabama has 13 intercollegiate sports teams. Its teams are campaigning in the Gulf South Conference of NCAA Division 2. They are called as the Lions. Their identity colors are gold and purple. The Lions women’s soccer team is a 2-time GSC champions. Also, they have 6 NCAA Division 2 Regional Tournament appearances.
University of North Alabama Summer ID Soccer Camp 2017 Organizers
Chris Walker is the head coach of the University of North Alabama women’s soccer team. He is the 2014 Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year awardee. He is also an Academic Team Scholar Award winner. Then, the Lions assistant coach is Hollie Loud. Hollie Loud is a two-time All-Gulf South Conference honoree. Finally, the team’s athletic trainer is Nick Alexander. He a Masters of Science in human performance and health promotion degree holder.