Come and join the University of Tampa Spartans Women’s Soccer College ID Camp. It is a four-day program that will run from the 6th of July until the 9th of July. The program is open to all girls 14 to 19 years old who aspire to play at the college level. This soccer identification camp is going to accommodate both residential and commuter camper. Moreover, the training program will take place at the scenic University of Tampa campus. It will be under the supervision of the University of Tampa women’s soccer coaching staff. Coaches from other top colleges and universities are also attending to help facilitate the event. The camp registration fee is $525 for overnight campers and $425 for commuter campers.
About University of Tampa
University of Tampa Spartans Women’s Soccer College ID Camp Organizers
Erin Switalski, a native of Brecksville, Ohio is the head coach of the University of Tampa Spartans women’s soccer team. She is now entering her fourth season at the helm of the Spartans women’s soccer program. Coach Erin Switalski is a bachelor’s degree in exercise sciences graduate from Campbell University. Additionally, in her first season as the head coach, she led the Spartans to an NCAA South Region Tournament berth. Coach Switalski also had a stellar college playing career. In fact, she is the 2004 A-Sun Tournament MVP. The University of Tampa Spartans women’s soccer assistant coach is Brittan Spence. Coach Spence is now in her fifth season with the coaching staff. She is a University of Tampa alumna with a bachelor’s degree in psychology-sports psychology and youth counseling. He stellar collegiate playing resume includes three All South-Region Team selection and an SSC All-Tournament Team selection. Ultimately, Coach Spence is the 2010 SSC Tournament Most Outstanding Player. She is also a one-time Suburban One All-League Player of the Year. Finally, the Spartans volunteer assistant coach is Tiana Brockway. Coach Brockway is also in her fifth season with the coaching staff. She is a bachelor’s degree in psychology graduate from Florida State University.