The Wilmington College Fighting Quakers Women’s Soccer ID Camp is a single-day event that will run from 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM on the 16th of June. The soccer identification camp is especially for high school female players who aspire to play at the college level. It is going to take place at the top-notch Wilmington College Outdoor Soccer Facilities. Moreover, this soccer ID camp provides an opportunity for exceptional college soccer prospects to showcase their skills in front of the college’s recruiting staff. The program will be under the supervision of the Wilmington College Fighting Quakers women’s soccer coaching staff. In addition, the participants need to bring their own soccer gears and equipment.
About Wilmington College
Wilmington College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Wilmington, Ohio. It is an affiliation of the Religious Society of Friends. Wilmington College is a member of the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities. It is also part of the Council of Independent Colleges as well as the Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education. Furthermore, Wilmington College has an accreditation from the North Central Association, Higher Learning Commission. It is using a semester-based academic calendar. Currently, Wilmington College is serving around 1,000 undergraduate students. 47 percent of this undergraduate student population are male students and 53 percent are female students. This undergraduate student population is also through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 93 percent. Correspondingly, Wilmington College’s student to faculty ratio is 15:1. The institution is a top-tier in providing high learning academic programs. As a matter of fact, it is 45th in the Regional Colleges Midwest category, 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. In athletics, Wilmington College fields 18 intercollegiate men’s and women’s sports teams. This includes the college’s cheerleading team. They are campaigning in the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III. Their athletics nickname is Fighting Quakers and white and green are their identity colors.
Wilmington College Men’s Soccer January ID Camp Organizers
Leading the Wilmington College Fighting Quakers women’s soccer team is Head Coach Steve Spirk. He is at the same time the college’s Director of Athletic Development. Coach Steve Spirk is now in his 26th year at the helm of the Quakers women’s soccer program. He is among the elite list of college women’s soccer coaches with at least 300 wins. Coach Spirk is a proud alumnus of Wilmington College. Ultimately, Coach Steve Spirk is a two-time American Midwest Conference (AMC) Coach of the Year and a two-time OAC Coach of the Year. He is also the 1999 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) Coach of the Year. Additionally, Coach Spirk has led the Quakers women’s soccer team into six conference regular-season championships and three Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament titles. The team has also six NCAA Division III Tournament appearances under his guidance. Then, the Wilmington College Fighting Quakers women’s soccer assistant coaches are Bob Dessecker and Nick Kinder. Coach Bob Dessecker from Beavercreek, Ohio is now in his 20th season with the coaching staff. He is in-charge with the team’s recruiting and scouting work. And finally, Coach Nick Kinder is the newest addition to the Fighting Quakers women’s soccer coaching staff. Coach Finder is a former college soccer standout player. In fact, he is a three-time Academic All-OAC selection during his college playing years.