The Wingate University Women’s Soccer Winter ID Camp is for female soccer players who have ambitions to play at the collegiate level. The training program covers high-level skill developmental drills and sessions. It also includes a get to know session with the university’s women’s soccer coaching and current players. In addition, the training camp incorporates competitive small-sided and full-sided games. Discussions about physical and mental conditioning, as well as, college recruiting procedures are also part of the program. The event will take place on the Wingate University campus. Every registration comes with a free camp t-shirt.
Wingate University is a private, coeducational university in Wingate, North Carolina. It also has 2 more campuses in Charlotte and Hendersonville, North Carolina. Wingate University has an accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Furthermore, the university is offering 35 undergraduate major and 34 minor programs. It is a top-performing university, as a matter of fact, it is 32nd in the Regional Universities South, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. The university is also 16th in the Best Value Schools rankings. Wingate University is currently accommodating around 2,600 undergraduate students and around 1,000 postgraduate students. Its acceptance rate is 70 percent and the student to faculty ratio is 14:1. The university is using a semester-based academic calendar. Wingate University fields 20 intercollegiate sports teams in National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II. The athletics nickname is Bulldogs while blue and gold are the athletics colors.
Wingate University Women’s Soccer Winter ID Camp Organizers
Head Coach Chip Wiggins is in-charge of the Wingate University women’s soccer program since February of 2013. Under his guidance, the Bulldogs women’s soccer has already 4 SAC Tournament championships. Moreover, Coach Wiggins is a 2-time Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Then, the team’s Assistant Coach is Jack Vundum. He is at the same time the Director of Operations and Management of the university’s International Soccer Academy. Finally, Jade Montgomery and Sam Raper are the Bulldogs Graduate Assistant Coaches.