University of Tulsa Golden Hurricanes Women’s Soccer ID Camp

Posted By ID Camps (RFD) / August 16, 2018 / / Comments are disabled

The University of Tulsa Golden Hurricanes Women’s Soccer ID Camp is a two-day event that will run from the 25th of May until the 26th of May. It is open to all and any girls in high school who desire to play college soccer. The event is going to mimic a real college level training environment. In addition, this soccer ID camp will cover both technical and tactical skills development drills, games, and college recruiting process talk. The program is going to take place the scenic University of Tulsa campus. Available camper spots are limited, thus, registration is on a first come first served basis. All the participants need to bring their own soccer gears and water bottle.

 

About the University of Tulsa

University of Tulsa, formerly Henry Kendall College, is a private, coeducational, research university in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The university is an affiliation of the Presbyterian Church with a 230-acre urban type campus. Currently, University of Tulsa’s undergraduate student population is around 3,170 while the postgraduate student population is around 1,180. 57 percent of this undergraduate student population are male students and 43 percent are female students. This undergraduate student population is also through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 37 percent. Correspondingly, the University of Tulsa’s student to faculty ratio is 11:1. The University of Tulsa is also one of the nation’s top colleges and universities. As a matter of fact, it is 87th in the National Universities category, 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. The university is also 49th in the Best Colleges for Veterans rankings and 139th in the Best Value Schools rankings. As a whole, the university has an accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission. Furthermore, in the sporting world, the University of Tulsa fields features 15 intercollegiate men’s and women’s sports teams. They are competing in the American Athletic Conference (AAC) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II. Their athletics’ nickname is Golden Hurricanes. Royal blue, old gold, and crimson are their identity colors.

 

University of Tulsa Golden Hurricanes Women’s Soccer ID Camp Organizers

Leading the University of Tulsa Golden Hurricanes women’s soccer team is Head Coach Kyle Cussen, a native of Oklahoma. Coach Kyle Cussen is now entering his 11th season at the reins of the Golden Hurricanes women’s soccer program. He is a bachelor’s degree in business administration graduate from Southern Nazarene University. Meanwhile, he completed his master’s degree in education at Oral Roberts University. Coach Kyle Cussen is the 2002 Mid-Continent Conference Coach of the Year awardee. In the 2015 season, Coach Cussen lead the Golden Hurricanes women’s soccer team to their second-winningest season. Prior to Tulsa, Coach Cussen was coaching the Oral Roberts University’s women’s soccer program. He led the team to three regular-season Mid-Continent Conference championships. Then, the University of Tulsa Golden Hurricanes women’s soccer associate head coach is Jim Rhein. Coach Jim Rhein is also in his 11th season with the coaching staff and his sixth season in the associate head coaching role. He is a bachelor’s degree in secondary education and social studies graduate from Northeastern State University. Coach Jim Rhein is the former Bixby High School head coach. The team’s assistant coach is Caroline Stanley, a bachelor’s degree in psychology graduate from the University of South Carolina. And finally, Shiloh Price is the intern.

Summary
ID Camp for Soccer
Service Type
ID Camp for Soccer
Provider Name
University of Tulsa,
Area
Tulsa, OK
Description
Come and join the University of Tulsa Golden Hurricanes Women's Soccer ID Camp from May 25 until May 26. The program is set to immerse the players into a college-level training environment. This event is under the supervision of the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes women's soccer coaching staff. It will be a challenging but fun experience.