The Western Kentucky University Elite Individual and Goalkeeper Camp is a 3-day camp from July 8 to July 10, 2017. It is for 7th to 12th-grade female soccer players. The camp is best for players who have ambitions to play at the collegiate level. The camp’s goal is to provide a personalized training program. Thus, it ensures to maintain a 5-to-1, staff-to-player ratio. It will provide collegiate level drills and sessions. The camp will cover all aspects of the game from footwork to team defense. It will also incorporate competitive small sided games. Discussions about athletic nutrition, strength and conditioning, and college recruiting process are also part of the program. The camp will take place in the Western Kentucky University campus.
Western Kentucky University is a public university. The university has a Southern Association of Colleges and Schools accreditation. It is 31st in the Regional Universities South, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Then, it is 10th in the Top Public Schools rankings. And, 283rd in the Business Programs rankings. The university has 16 athletics teams. They call themselves Hilltoppers and Lady Toppers. Their official colors are red and white. They are competing in Conference USA of NCAA Division 1. The Lady Toppers are 3rd in the latest conference standings. They have already 2 Conference Championships.
Western Kentucky University Elite Individual and Goalkeeper Camp Organizers
The head coach of the Western Kentucky University women’s soccer team is Jason Neidell. He is leading the team since 2001. He is a 2-time Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year as well as a First-Year Program Coach of the Year. In addition, Coach Neidell is also the 2016 C-USA Coach of the Year. During his playing years, he is a member of the Academic All-Ivy League selection. The team’s assistant coaches are Will Beddingfield and Dustin Downey. Coach Beddingfield is a National Soccer Coaches Association of America license holder. On the other hand, Coach Dustin Downey is a former soccer standout, playing for River City Rovers in the Premier Development League.