Come and join the University of Wisconsin–Parkside Rangers Women’s Soccer College ID Camp. It is designed for all players who are interested to experience college-level training. This training camp will also provide the participants a unique opportunity to train with the University of Wisconsin–Parkside Rangers women’s soccer coaching staff. In addition, the camp will cover both the technical and tactical aspects of the games. There will also be competitive games that allow exceptional players to display their skills. Moreover, this college identification soccer camp will run from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM on the 4th of August. It is open for all girls in grade 8 up to grade 12. The venue for this soccer event will be the scenic University of Wisconsin Parkside Soccer Fields. The camp registration fee is $125 per player. Overall, the training program will be physically challenging, motivational, and enjoyable experience.
About University of Wisconsin–Parkside
University of Wisconsin–Parkside Rangers Women’s Soccer College ID Camp Organizers
Leading the University of Wisconsin–Parkside Rangers women’s soccer team is Head Coach Brittany Nikolic, a native of Los Angeles, California. Coach Brittany Nikolic is now in her third season at the helm of the University of Wisconsin–Parkside Rangers women’s soccer program. She is a bachelor’s degree in American studies with a focus in politics, policy, and economics graduate from Stanford University. Additionally, Coach Nikolic is a former head women’s soccer coach at Alverno College. She also has previous assistant coaching stints at Northwestern University, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Under her leadership, the Rangers women’s soccer has a GLVC Tournament finish in the 2016 season. Then, the Rangers women’s soccer graduate assistant coach is Josh Alcala. He is the newest addition to the coaching staff. Coach Josh Alcala is a bachelor’s degree in degree in Media Arts graduate from the University of South Carolina where he was a four-year varsity letter winner. He is also the former Purdue Northwest University volunteer assistant coach and the former Chicago Fire Juniors head coach. Furthermore, Coach Alcala played also professionally for the Austin Aztex.