Come and join the University of Vermont Catamounts Women’s Soccer ID Clinic. It is a four-hour event that will run from 3:00 PM until 7:00 PM on the 3rd of February. This soccer identification camp will prepare the participants for a higher level of competition. It also provides the players a venue to display their outstanding soccer skills. In addition, this soccer ID clinic is inviting all high school girls who aspire to become a college soccer student-athlete. The event is going to take place at the Patrick Gymnasium which is on the University of Vermont campus. Furthermore, this training program is under the direction of the University of Vermont women’s soccer coaching staff.
About the University of Vermont
The University of Vermont is a public, coeducational, land-grant, space-grant, sea-grant, research university in Burlington, Vermont. It is one of the country’s oldest universities. The university comprises seven undergraduate colleges. Namely, they are the College of Arts and Sciences, the Grossman School of Business Administration, the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the College of Education and Social Services, the College of Medicine, and the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. Presently, the University of Vermont is serving around 10,100 undergraduate students. 43 percent of this undergraduate student population are male students and 57 percent are female students. This undergraduate student population is also through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 69 percent. Correspondingly, the university’s student to faculty ratio is 17:1. The University of Vermont is also a top-tier academic institution. As a matter of fact, it is 97th in the National Universities category of the 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. It is also 58th in the Best Colleges for Veterans rankings and 72nd in the Best Value Schools rankings. Meanwhile, in athletics, the University of Vermont fields its men’s and women’s college teams in the America East Conference (AEC) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I. They are the Catamounts and green and gold are their identity colors.
University of Vermont Catamounts Women’s Soccer ID Clinic Organizers
Kristi Huizenga, a native of Colchester, Vermont is the head coach of the University of Vermont Catamounts women’s soccer team. She is now in her eighth season at the reins of the university’s women’s soccer program. Coach Kristi Huizenga is a University of Connecticut graduate. Additionally, Coach Huizenga is a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “A” coaching license holder. She is also a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Premier Diploma holder. Currently, Coach Huizenga is holding an overall coaching win-loss record of 42-69-19. The University of Vermont Catamounts women’s soccer assistant coach is Lauren Bernard. Coach Lauren Barnard is now in her third season with the coaching staff. She is an alumnus of Boston College. Coach Lauren Barnand is a former college soccer standout player herself. In fact, she is a two-time Gatorade Player of the Year awardee. She is also the 2012 Boston College Rookie of the Year awardee. Then, the Catamounts Athletic Trainer is Neal Sand. The team’s assistant athletic performance coach is Dan Lensby. And finally, Cathy Rahill is the Athletics Academic Advisor.
ID Camp for Soccer
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The University of Vermont Catamounts Women's Soccer ID Clinic will focus on developing the participant's technical skills and tactical knowledge. It will be using college training methods and concepts. This soccer identification camp is ideal for those who desire to take their game to the next level. Registration is on a first come first served basis.