The William Carey University Crusaders Men’s Soccer Elite ID Camp a day of experience on how it is like to be a college soccer student-athlete. It will provide the players a better understanding of the technical and tactical approaches to the game in the college level. This soccer identification camp will fall on the 22nd of July at the state of the art Crusaders Field in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. In addition, this training program is open to all rising freshmen to senior boys. The program is set to start at 1 o’clock in the afternoon. It will be under the supervision of the Crusaders men’s soccer coaching staff. Furthermore, the camp registration fee is $100 per player.
About William Carey University
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Head Coach Barry Farrell is leading the William Carey University Crusaders men’s soccer team. He is now entering his third season at the helm of the Crusaders men’s soccer program. Coach Barry Farrell is a William Carey University alumnus with a degree in Physical education. It is also where he completed his master’s degree in Education. Ultimately, Coach Farrell is a two-time SSAC Coach of the Year. He is also the NAIA Regional Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Farrell led the Crusaders into two SSAC League Championships. Additionally, he is an inductee into the William Carey Soccer Wall of Fame. Then, the William Carey University Crusaders men’s soccer assistant coach is Ross Brooks. He is primarily working as the team’s goalkeeper coach. Coach Ross Brooks is a bachelor’s degree in sports coaching and science graduate from Southampton Solent University. He completed his master’s degree in Business Administrations at William Carey. Coach Brooks is just in his first season with the coaching staff. And finally, the Crusaders graduate assistant coaches are Tom Dos Anjos and Daniel Carroll. Coach Tom Dos Anjos is now entering his second season with the coaching staff. Meanwhile, Coach Daniel Carroll is in his first season.