The Washington and Jefferson College Presidents Women’s Soccer ID Clinic aims at enhancing the player’s technical, tactical, physical, and mental approach to the game. It will provide a challenging training environment that will help them achieve their full potential. There will also be a college recruiting process discussion. In addition, this soccer identification camp is going to take place at the state of the art Alexandre Stadium which is located in Washington, Pennsylvania. It will run from 9:30 AM until 1:00 PM on the 12th of August. This soccer identification camp is open to all high school girls who desire to play at the college level. The camp registration fee is $75 per player. Moreover, this soccer camp will be under the direction of the Washington and Jefferson College Presidents women’s soccer coaching staff.
About Washington and Jefferson College
Washington and Jefferson College Presidents Women’s Soccer ID Clinic Organizers
The head coach of the Washington and Jefferson College Presidents women’s soccer team is Scott Gerseny. He is entering his first season at the helm of the Presidents women’s soccer program. Coach Scott Gerseny is a bachelor’s degree in sport management graduate from the University of Florida. Meanwhile, he earned his master’s degree in sport administration at Eastern Kentucky University. Coach Scott Gerseny is a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “A” coaching license holder. He is also a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) regional goalkeeping diploma holder. Additionally, Coach Gerseny is the former James Madison University associate head coach. He also has previous coaching stints at Towson University and Baltimore Bays Under-16 club team. Then, the Washington and Jefferson College Presidents women’s soccer intern assistant coach is Kendra Jones. Coach Kendra Jones is also entering her first season with the coaching staff. She is a bachelor’s degree in Marketing graduate from Villanova University. She is also a Sports Nutrition Certification holder.