BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan College Women's Soccer Program is proud to announce the extremely talented coaching staff for their annual summer camps.
The Lady Bobcats have two events running side by side for this upcoming weekend of July 7-9.
For the elite players, they have the College iD Camp, and for youth players they have the Lady Bobcat Soccer Academy.
West Virginia Wesleyan head coach Patrick Holguin (camp director) and Wesleyan assistant head coach Kevin Holguin (camp coordinator) will oversee the camps along with Gene Smith, the women's head coach at Marist College, Sierrah Soto, the assistant women's soccer coach at West Virginia University Tech, Jamie Hutchinson, camp staff coach with the World Football Academy Periodization and Bry McCarthey, former West Virginia University player and current graduate assistant coach at WVU.
Joining the coaching staff from the current West Virginia Wesleyan Lady Bobcat soccer team are seniors Mary Cooper, Kelsie Hibbs, Emily Knight and Amy Stewart.
The College iD Camp provides potential student athletes the ability to showcase their skills and the camp also gives the player a taste of being on the beautiful Wesleyan campus among like-minded players from all over the country.
The Lady Bobcats Youth Academy Soccer Camp provides young players the platform to learn new skills and improve technical ability on the ball.
The camp provides overnight facilities for campers ages 12 and older, and day camp for those 6-14 years of age.
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call coach Kevin @ 970-708-4300.