Join the Western Oregon University Women’s Soccer Elite ID Camp. It is a 2-day training program from July 18 to July 19 at the Western Oregon University campus. The camp focuses on refining technical and tactical soccer techniques. It also aims to develop the player’s adaptability to any game scenarios. It will provide an exposure to a real collegiate level competition and training. Overall, the event is an ideal preparatory program for those who desire to play at the college level. This training program is an initiative of the Western Oregon women’s soccer team. It is open to both residential and commuter campers.
Western Oregon University, formerly Western Oregon State College, is a public, coeducational university in Monmouth, Oregon. It is part of the Oregon University System. The university has an accreditation from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Its Teacher Education program has an accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Meanwhile, its Music programs have accreditation from the National Association of Schools of Music. Western Oregon University is top 73 in Regional Universities West 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is also 22nd in the Top Public Schools rankings. The total student population at Western Oregon University is around 6,100. This is with around 5,000 undergraduate students. The student to faculty ratio is 14:1. Furthermore, the university has 11 college sports teams competing in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference of NCAA Division II. The athletes’ nickname is Wolves and the athletics color is red.
Western Oregon University Women’s Soccer Elite ID Camp Organizers
Leading the Western Oregon University’s women’s soccer team is Head Coach Steve Ancheta. He is now in his 7th year at the helm of the women’s soccer program. Coach Steve Ancheta is the 2012 GNAC Coach of the Year awardee. In addition, he is also a 6-time Mt. Hood Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Then, the Wolves’ women’s soccer assistant coaches are Luke Babson and Joe Sottile. Coach Babson is in his 5th season with the women’s soccer coaching staff.