University of San Diego Women’s Soccer Spring College ID Camp is on July 16, . It is inviting all 9th grade and older female players. This is a 1-day event for players who love soccer. In essence, the camp will be an extraordinary fun and competitive experience. It is aiming to develop the technical and tactical abilities of the attendees. It will start at 9:00 AM and end at 4:00 PM. The camp will take place at Valley Field inside the University of San Diego campus which is a trendsetting facility. The university women’s soccer coaching staff organizes this clinic.
The University of San Diego is a private Catholic institution. Its campus is known for its Spanish Renaissance architecture. Currently, it is offering 42 bachelor’s degree, undergraduate programs. The university is also an Ashoka’s Changemaker Campus Consortium member. It is currently 86th in the US News and World Reports national rankings. And also, it is 188th in Forbes’ national rankings. The University of San Diego undergraduate students population is 5,741 as of 2016. The university is competing in 17 intercollegiate sports. Their nickname is Torero. Blue and white are the university’s official colors. The women’s soccer team is competing in the West Coast Conference of NCAA Div I. The team is 5th in the conference. The team has already 13 NCAA Tournament appearances. And, the team has been in the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2011.
University of San Diego Women’s Soccer Spring College ID Camp Organizers
Louise Lieberman is the new head coach of the women’s soccer team. This upcoming season is her inaugural as Torero head coach. She is the former UCLA Bruins coach. She has a National Championship during her tenure with the Bruins. Also, Coach Louise is the former Director of Coaching of LA Rampage FC. Finally, she is a Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame inductee. The team’s assistant coaches are Leigh Anne Brown, Edgar Anzaldo, and Kelin Briones.