Come and join the Wheeling Jesuit University Cardinals Women’s Soccer High School Camp. It is a four-day event that will run from the 17th of July until the 20th of July. This high-level and fast-paced soccer camp is open to all girls in grade 9 up to grade 12 who are aspiring to play college soccer. The training program is going to take place at the state of the art Bishop Schmitt Field which is on the Wheeling Jesuit University campus. In addition, this soccer camp focuses on improving the players’ technical skills and tactical knowledge. There are training sessions in place for goalkeepers. The camp registration fee is $100 per participant. Moreover, this training program is under the direction of the Wheeling Jesuit University Cardinals women’s soccer coaching staff. Available camper space is limited, thus registration is on a first come first served basis. Overall, it will be a fun but challenging experience.
About Wheeling Jesuit University
Wheeling Jesuit University Cardinals Women’s Soccer High School Camp Organizers
Leading the Wheeling Jesuit University Cardinals women’s soccer team is Head Coach Tyler Absalom. He is now in his fourth year as the skipper of the Cardinals women’s soccer program. Coach Tyler Absalom is a bachelor’s degree in sport management graduate from Alvernia University. Meanwhile, he completed his master’s degree in organizational leadership at Wheeling Jesuit University. Under his leadership, the Cardinals women’s soccer team is steadily improving its rank in the Mountain East Conference. Additionally, prior to Wheeling Jesuit, Coach Tyler Absalom has previous coaching stints at Alvernia University and FC Reading Revolution. Then, the Wheeling Jesuit University Cardinals women’s soccer graduate assistant coach is Alexa Ream, a native of Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania. She is now in her second season with the Wheeling Jesuit Cardinals women’s soccer coaching staff. Coach Alexa Ream is a bachelor’s degree graduate from Lock Haven University. Furthermore, she completed her high school at Jersey Shore High School. During her college playing years, she helped the Lock Haven Bald Eagles to their most winningest season.