The Wilmington University Wildcats Men’s Soccer Fall ID Clinic is a collegiate-like training program on the 3rd of December at the Wilmington University campus. It is inviting all male high school soccer players who desire to play at the collegiate level. It will accommodate both field players and goalkeepers who seek to enhance their technical and tactical abilities. Furthermore, this training camp will be using the same training methods that the Wilmington University men’s soccer team is using. Participants will also get to know the university coaching staff and its current players. The program starts at 10:00 AM and ends at 2:00 PM. Online registration is only until the 28th of November.
Wilmington University, formerly Wilmington College, is a private, coeducational, non-profit, research university in New Castle, Delaware. It is a member of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education as well as the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Furthermore, the university programs have accreditations from their respective accreditation bodies. Its College of Education has an accreditation from National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. The College of Business has International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education accreditation. The College of Health Professions has Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education accreditation. And, its College of Social and Behavioral Sciences has a Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs accreditation. In athletics, Wilmington University fields 14 intercollegiate sports teams in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference of NCAA Division II. Their nickname is Wildcats.
Wilmington University Wildcats Men’s Soccer Fall ID Clinic Organizers
Leading the Wilmington University men’s soccer team is Head Coach Nick Papanicolas. 2017 will be his 14th season at the helm of the university’s men’s soccer program. Head Coach Nick Papanicolas is a 3-time Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Under his guidance, the Wildcats men’s soccer has already a CACC Tournament Championship. Then, the team’s assistant coaches are Greg Cope, Mario Yepes, Mike Andrews, and Anthony Allison. Tony DiVirgilio is the strength and conditioning coach.