West Chester University Golden Rams Women’s Soccer Elite Camp

Posted By ID Camps (RFD) / August 14, 2018 / / Comments are disabled

Come and join the West Chester University Golden Rams Women’s Soccer Elite Camp. All prospective college soccer female players who are in high school are welcome to join. This soccer will provide high-level technical and tactical development sessions. There will also be competitive small side and full side games and college recruiting talk. In addition, this soccer camp will run from 9 o’clock in the morning until 12 noon on the 2nd of August. It is going to take place at the West Chester University South Campus Soccer Fields. The program will be under the supervision of the Golden Rams women’s soccer coaching staff. Moreover, the camp registration fee is $125 per player. Participants are requested to bring their own soccer gears and water bottle. Overall, it will be a challenging but fun experience.

 

About West Chester University

 
West Chester University, formerly West Chester State College, is a public, coeducational university in West Chester, Pennsylvania. It is the largest state university in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PSSHE). The university is also an affiliation of the Pennsylvania Space Grant Consortium. As a whole, West Chester University has an accreditation from the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSACS). Currently, West Chester University is serving around 14,400 undergraduate students. 44 percent of this undergraduate student population are male students and 56 percent are female students. This undergraduate student population is also through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 64 percent. Correspondingly, West Chester University’s student to faculty ratio is 19:1. The university is also serving around 2,600 postgraduate students. West Chester University is a top-notch academic institution. As a matter of fact, it is 64th in the Regional Universities North category of the 2018 US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. The university is also 36th in the Best Colleges for Veterans rankings and 82nd in the Best Value Schools rankings. Furthermore, in sports, West Chester University features 23 men’s and women’s intercollegiate teams. They are campaigning in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The university athletes’ nickname is Golden Rams and purple and gold are their identity colors.
 

West Chester University Golden Rams Women’s Soccer Elite Camp Organizers

Leading the West Chester University Golden Rams women’s soccer team is Head Coach Betty Ann Kempf Townsley, a Philadelphia native. She is now entering her 10th season at the helm of the Golden Rams women’s soccer program. Coach Betty Ann Kempf Townsley is a bachelor’s degree in sociology graduate from Immaculata University. Ultimately, Coach Townsley is a two-time New Jersey Coach of the Year awardee. She is also the 1997  BIG EAST Coach of the Year. Under her leadership, the West Chester Golden Rams women’s soccer has already three Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference titles. Additionally, Coach Townsley is an inductee into the Philadelphia Old Timers Soccer Hall of Fame. Then, the West Chester University Golden Rams women’s soccer assistant coach is Maddy Evans. She is entering her first season with the coaching staff. Coach Maddy Evans who also hails from Philadelphia is Pennsylvania state university alumni. She is a four-year letterwinner and an All-Big Ten second team selection during her college playing years.

Summary
ID Camp for Soccer
Service Type
ID Camp for Soccer
Provider Name
West Chester University,
Area
West Chester, PA
Description
Join the West Chester University Golden Rams Women's Soccer Elite Camp. It will be held on the beautiful West Chester University South Campus Soccer Fields on the 2nd of August. This soccer camp is set to start at 9:00 AM and end at 12:00 PM. It is open to all girls who are aspiring to play at the college level. Registration is first come first served.