The Westmont College Warriors Women’s Soccer Prospect Camp is especially for high school female soccer players who aspire to become a college soccer student-athlete. The event is going to replicate a college level training and playing environment. There will be competitive small-sided and full-sided games that will allow the players to showcase their exceptional skills. In addition, this soccer prospect camp is a single-day program that will fall on the 22nd of September. It is going to take place at the scenic Westmont College campus. All freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior high school girls are eligible to join. Available space is limited thus, registration is on a first come first served basis.
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Leading the Westmont College Warriors women’s soccer team is Head Coach Chantel Cappuccilli. She is now entering her fourth season at the reins of the Warriors women’s soccer program. Coach Chantel Cappuccilli is studied at Saint Mary’s College in California and then at California Baptist University. She also earned her master’s degree in kinesiology and sports management from California Baptist University. Ultimately, under her leadership, the Warriors women’s soccer team has been to every NAIA national championships since 2015. Coach Cappuccilli is now holding a coaching win-loss record of 48-12-6. Additionally, Coach Cappuccilli is a standout college soccer player herself during her college years. In fact, she is the 2012 National Tournament Defensive Most Valuable Players. She was also a Pacific West All-Conference Team selection. Then, the Westmont College Warriors women’s soccer assistant coaches are Mario Felix, Dan Ribbens, Katie Tunin, and Lauren Matthias. Coach Mario Felix is now entering his second season with the coaching staff. He is a bachelor’s degree in Sociology graduate from MidAmerican Nazarene University. Currently, Coach Mario Felix is completing his master’s degree in Athletic Administration at the American Public University. Coach Dan Ribbens is now entering his 12th season with the Warriors coaching staff. He is a Westmont College alumnus with a degree in political science. Moreover, Coach Katie Tunin is entering her ninth season with the coaching staff. She is primarily working as the team’s goalkeeper coach.