The University of Oklahoma Women’s Soccer Identification Camp is on March 11 at the top-notch John Crain Field. This event is inviting all female soccer players 14 to 18 years old with a high interest in playing at the college level. It will provide the participants an exposure to an NCAA Division 1 training atmosphere. In addition, the University of Oklahoma women’s soccer coaching staff will oversee all the event together with its current varsity players. The will hand out valuable assessment and evaluation to every participant at the conclusion of the program. Furthermore, this identification camp will run from 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM.
The University of Oklahoma is a public, coeducational, flagship, space-grant university in Norman, Oklahoma. The university is part of the Board of Regents of The University of Oklahoma. It is also a member of the Oak Ridge Associated Universities and the Southeastern Universities Research Association. It is offering 170 major academic programs. Currently, the university is accommodating around 22,500 undergraduate students and around 6,200 postgraduate students. The enrollment acceptance rate is 71 percent while the student to faculty ratio is 17;1. Moreover, the University of Oklahoma is 87th in National Universities, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is also 128th in Best Value Schools rankings. The University of Oklahoma athletics is participating in the Big 12 Conference of NCAA Division I. They are the Sooners, a nickname in reference to the 1889 Land Ruch participants.
University of Oklahoma Women’s Soccer Identification Camp Organizers
The University of Oklahoma women’s soccer head coach is Matt Potter, a West London College of Brunel University graduate and native of Mere, England. Coach Matt Potter is a US Soccer Federation “A” Coaching license holder. He is also an NSCAA Premier Coaching License holder. Then, the Sooners women’s soccer team assistant coaches are Brandi Vega and Alexis Vizarelis. Coach Brandi Vega is at the same time the team’s recruiting coordinator. Meanwhile, Coach Alexis Vizarelis is also the Sooner’s women’s soccer Goalkeeper Coach.