The Utica College Pioneers Women’s Soccer Summer ID Clinic will be providing the players a college-like training atmosphere. It is an opportunity for players to work and train with the college’s coaching staff who will also assess their performance. There will be technical and tactical drills, games, and college recruiting talk. In addition, this summer soccer identification camp will run from 8:30 AM until 2:00 PM on the 10th of August. It is inviting all girls in grade 9 up to grade 12 who are interested to play college soccer. The camp registration fee which includes lunch and a camp t-shirt is $85 per player.
About Utica College
Utica College Pioneers Women’s Soccer Summer ID Clinic Organizers
Leading the Utica College Pioneers women’s soccer team is Head Coach Eileen Blumenauer. She is now in her third season at the helm of the Utica Pioneers women’s soccer program. Coach Eileen Blumenauer is a bachelor’s degree in Psychology graduate from the State University of New York at Geneseo. Additionally, she completed her master’s degree in Education-School Counseling at St. Lawrence University. She is also an associate’s degree in arts and sciences graduate from Herkimer County Community College. Ultimately, Eileen Blumenauer is an inductee into the Herkimer County Community College Hall of Fame. As a player, Coach Blumenauer is a two-time Mohawk Valley Collegiate Conference Player of the Year awardee. She is also a recipient of both the Athlete of the Year and Green and Gold Awards. Then, the Utica College Pioneers women’s soccer assistant coaches are Stacey Weinberg and Dominica Reina-Paladino. Coach Stacey Weinberg, a native of Port Washington, New York is entering her second season with the coaching staff. She is a bachelor’s degree in Health Promotion Studies with a concentration in Wellness Management graduate from Western Connecticut State University. Coach Dominica Reina-Paladino is an alumnus of Saint John’s University. Meanwhile, she completed her master’s degree in SUNY Polytechnic. She is an inductee into the Notre Dame High School Brother More C.F.X Sports Hall of Fame.