Συμμετοχή σε camp Soccer στις ΗΠΑ 2020 UNH Men's Soccer Residential Camp Sunday, July 26 - Thursday, July 30
Συμμετοχή σε camp Soccer στις ΗΠΑ 2020
2020 UNH Men's Soccer Residential Camp
Sunday, July 26 - Thursday, July 30
Η αναχώρηση μπορεί να γίνει μια μέρα νωρίτερα λόγω αεροπορικών πτήσεων και ανταποκρίσεων. Αυτό δεν συνεπάγεται απολύτως καμία διαφοροποίηση του κόστους.
Η επιστροφή μπορεί να γίνει μια μέρα αργότερα λόγω αεροπορικών πτήσεων και ανταποκρίσεων. Αυτό δεν συνεπάγεται απολύτως καμία διαφοροποίηση του κόστους.
Τοποθεσία: University of New Hampshire.
Αγόρια: 12-18 ετών
Διάρκεια του camp: Κυριακή 26/07/20 έως και Πέμπτη 30/08/2019.
Διαμονή & διατροφή: Η διαμονή είναι σε δίκλινα δωμάτια. Η διατροφή πλήρης ( τρία γεύματα) στο εστιατόριο του Πανεπιστημίου στο οποίο υπάρχει μεγάλη ποικιλία φαγητών, αναψυκτικών, φρούτων και γλυκών
Επισκέψεις: Κατά την διάρκεια του camp θα επισκεφτούμε την Νέα Υόρκη την Βοστώνη με τα Πανεπιστήμια της (MIT, Harvard), τις παραλίες του Ατλαντικού (Hampton beach) κ.α.
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The UNH Men's Soccer Camp provides a competitive environment for each participant. Players are grouped by age and ability in order to create an atmosphere that promotes development and ensures each participant receives appropriate technical and tactical training. Through the teaching of our highly qualified staff these skills are reinforced with daily small sided play, and full sided matches.
Campers will be housed in UNH residence halls and will have numerous nutritious meal options at Holloway Commons.
Camp is open to boys ages 9-18.
Camp is hosted on the University of New Hampshire Durham Campus
College coaches from NCAA Divisions 1, 2, 3 and NJCAA in attendance as staff members and evaluators
Current and former UNH Men's Soccer players as camp counselors
All-Star Select games for high school aged players
Specialized Goalkeeper Training
- Five days of soccer training and instruction
- Free T-shirt
- 3 meals per day
- Air Conditioned housing in UNH dormitories
Check in: Sunday, July 26th 12:30-2:30 pm
Check out: Thursday, July 30th 11:30-1:00 pm
UNH Boys Residential Camp Typical Daily Routine
Technical Session (Based on Topic of the Day)
Small-Sided Matches (All-Star Select Match/Training)
Movie/Snack Shack Open
Here is a list of suggested items to bring and how much of each! Let me know if you have any additional questions.
• SOCCER BALL
• Cleats and turf or indoor soccer shoes for outdoor play on grass and artificial surfaces.
• Indoor soccer or sneakers for indoor play, which need to be a non-marking shoe allowed on wood surfaces (shoes worn for gym class would be fine)
• Sneakers or sandals to wear walking around campus and to and from the fields
• Shin guards
• Linens, sleeping bag or blanket, pillow, towel, face cloth, personal toiletries (these items will NOT be provided for you, you must bring what you will need)
Optional and Recommended
• Flash light, small lamp/night light
• Water bottle (to fill at the field)
• Alarm clock
• Mouth guard
• Sun screen/Bug spray
• Athletic/soccer socks: 10-12 pairs
• Practice shirts: 6-10
• Practice shorts: 5-7
• Bathing suit and towel- WE WILL UPDATE YOU ABOUT USE OF OUR OUTDOOR POOL PRIOR TO CAMP
• Sweat shirt and sweat pants
Marc Hubbard enters his fourth season as UNH men’s soccer head coach in 2018.
His leadership has made an immediate impact on the program, which has recorded 10+ win seasons each of his first three years at the helm – the Wildcats have not accomplished that feat since the ‘93, ’94 and ‘95 seasons. Hubbard has a 35-16-8 record over his first three seasons at UNH.
The 2017 season was one for the history books for the Wildcats. UNH went 13-4-5 and was ranked as high as a program best #12 in the United Soccer Coaches Poll. The Wildcats went undefeated at home in Wildcat Stadium (10-0-3), were 2-1-1 versus nationally ranked teams, hosted their first home NCAA Tournament game and earned their first victory in the tournament with a 3-0 win versus Fairfield. After winning a penalty kick shootout at Dartmouth in the second round, the Wildcats made it to the third round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history when they traveled to play No. 2 Indiana, where they scored only the fifth goal allowed by Indiana all season in the 2-1 loss. The Wildcats concluded the season with the sixth best team goals against average (0.555) in the nation.
The staff led by Hubbard was awarded the United Soccer Coaches Eastern Region Staff of the Year and the America East Coaching Staff of the Year awards. Robin Schmidt was named a second team All-American as he was only the third Wildcat to earn All-American accolades and the first in 23 years.
One year prior to his arrival, UNH went 6-10-1 with an RPI of 164 in the 2014 season. The change under coach Hubbard was immediate, as the Wildcats opened the 2015 campaign with a nine-game unbeaten streak (7-0-2) en route to a 10-5-3 overall record and RPI of 52 – an improvement of 112 places.
The ‘Cats continued the climb in 2016 with a 9-1-0 mark through 10 games with a 12-7-0 overall record and final RPI of 42. Of particular note, UNH handed UMass Lowell (ranked #14 at the time) its only loss of the season with a 2-1 victory at Bremner Field.
New Hampshire ranked No. 18 in the nation in scoring offense by averaging 1.84 goals per game. On the individual national leaderboards, sophomore Chris Arling was No. 4 in goals per game and 11th in points per game, as well as No. 5 in game-winning goals.
The team’s success resulted in a plethora of individual accolades. Two Wildcats were named CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, three were named to both the NSCAA All-East Region Team and the America East All-Conference First Team, two were voted to the America East All-Rookie Team and two ‘Cats made the conference’s All-Academic Team. Furthermore, Chris Wingate was named one of 10 finalists for the Senior CLASS Award and one of 28 players selected to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List, as well as America East Midfielder of the Year for the second straight season.
The program’s resurgence is bringing fans to Durham. UNH topped America East in home attendance with an average of 1,373 fans per game, and that included 1,904 who witnessed the Wildcats defeat UMBC, 3-0, in the conference opener.
In 2015, UNH ranked first in the America East conference in goals per game (1.56) and the Wildcats were issued the fewest yellow cards and second fewest fouls in the conference. The ‘Cats also recorded the second lowest goals against average (1.00) by allowing 19 goals in 18 games. New Hampshire keepers recorded five shutouts, including four straight games.
Chris Wingate earned the America East Midfielder of the Year award and was an All-Conference First Team selection; four teammates received All-Conference status. Wingate was also named a NSCAA Division I Men's All-East Region First Team selection while senior co-captain Andrew Chaput was tabbed a NSCAA Division I Men's All-East Region Third Team honoree.
Hubbard, who is a Durham native, returned to the program following a seven-year head coaching stint at Southern New Hampshire University. Hubbard previously served as an assistant coach of the UNH men’s soccer team from 2003-2007.
During his time coaching at UNH, the team reached back-to-back America East semifinals in ’06 and ‘07 and he was a member of the conference’s 2006 Staff of the Year. The men’s soccer program ranked No. 1 in New England as well as No. 23 nationally in 2005 during Hubbard’s tenure.
Hubbard led SNHU to a 117-20-6 (.839) overall record and helped the program capture its second NCAA national championship in 2013. Hubbard was also named the 2013 NSCAA Division II Coach of the Year after his team captured the title. Hubbard departed SNHU as the national leader in winning percentage in Division II.
He also collected the Northeast-10 Coach of the Year award three times (2008, 2009, 2013) and was named the NSCAA East Region Coach of the Year in 2008.
Hubbard guided SNHU to a 15-3-4 record in 2008, his first season with the team. SNHU’s success came a year after it stumbled to a 5-8-5 record.
He instilled a culture of defense at SNHU, as the Penmen led Division II in team goals-against average three times during his tenure (2008, 2010, 2013). The Penmen made it to seven consecutive NCAA Championships under Hubbard. Overall, SNHU won four Northeast-10 championships (2008, 2012, 2013, 2014) and four NE-10 regular season titles (2008, 2009, 2013, 2014).
During his playing days, Hubbard lifted the Oyster River High School boys’ soccer team to consecutive New Hampshire Class I championship before he graduated in 1999. He also played club soccer with Seacoast United and captained the U-18 team to a New Hampshire state championship; he later went on to coach with SUSC and led the U-16 squad to a state title in ‘05.
Hubbard graduated from Colgate University in 2003 with a degree in Political Science before obtaining his master’s in Kinesiology: Sports Studies at UNH in 2006. He was a three-time Patriot League Second Team selection and three-year captain for the Red Raiders. He went on to play professionally for three years with the New Hampshire Phantoms of the USL Second Division, where he was a two-year captain and 2006 USL First Team honoree as well as a Defender of the Year finalist.
Associate Head Coach
Rich Weinrebe returned to his alma mater in 2014 after spending two seasons at Southern New Hampshire University. While with the Penmen, he helped the team to a 2013 NCAA Division II National Championship title after they posted a record of 22-1-1 overall and a perfect NE-10 conference mark of 13-0-0. It was the first time SNHU won the national championship since 1989. After falling in the season opener to Post, the Penmen won their next 20 games en route to the NCAA Title.
Weinrebe graduated from the University of New Hampshire after a stellar four year career with the Wildcats where he was a two year captain of the squad. As a defenseman, he helped the Wildcats achieve a No. 1 overall ranking in New England for just the second time in program history and a No. 23 spot in the national polls.
Simeon Steward was named an assistant coach of men's soccer in May, 2015. Steward comes to UNH after spending the 2014 campaign as an assistant coach at SNHU. In his only season there, the Penmen posted a mark of 17-1-2 overall and a conference record of 11-1-1. The squad started the season off 13-0-1 and would go on to win the NE-10 title and advance to the second round of the NCAA tournament. As a student-athlete, Steward played for the University of Louisville from 2007-09 and helped the Cardinals to three-consecutive NCAA appearances and a Big East regular season championship in 2009. He was also a Big East All-Academic Team Selection.
In 2012, Steward was the director of men's soccer operations at the University of Washington and was selected for the inaugural NSCAA "30 Under 30" Program. Steward has worked numerous youth camps, including for the Seattle Sounders of Major League Soccer (MLS). He also has his NSCAA Advanced National Diploma as well as his WSSF "C" license.
Dave Williams was named goalkeeper coach for the men's soccer program in May, 2015. Williams is back for his second stint at UNH after serving as goalkeeper coach at SNHU for the last three seasons. Over the last three years, Penmen goalkeepers have posted 33 shutouts, including 13 in 2013. Prior to his time at Southern New Hampshire, Williams spent three seasons with the Wildcats as the goalkeeping coach. Williams is a 1992 graduate of Cornell University where he played all four seasons and posted three shutouts as a senior.
Originally from Denver, Colo., Williams now resides in Rye, N.H. His brother, Doug, was a mamber of the United State Cycling Team in 1982 and 1983.
Director of Men's Soccer Operations
Ryan Carpenter '16 joined the University of New Hampshire men's soccer staff in July 2016 as Director of Men's Soccer Operations after earning his bachelor’s degree from the University in Athletic Training.
Carpenter’s duties include managing youth promotions and camps, handling the program’s social media accounts, and enhancing the gameday experience.
In 2017, Carpenter was part of the East Region Coaching Staff of the Year and the America East Coaching Staff of the Year. The Wildcats went 13-4-5 during a historic season that saw them reach a program best No. 12 national ranking in the United Soccer Coaches Poll (finished season No. 14). The ‘Cats went undefeated at home in Wildcat Stadium, were 2-1-1 vs. ranked teams, hosted their first home NCAA tournament game and earned their first NCAA tournament victory. The Wildcats made it to Sweet 16 of the NCAAs for the first time in program history before losing on the road to No. 2 and eventual national runner-up Indiana, 2-1.
The native of Newmarket, N.H., walked on to the men’s soccer team in the spring of his freshman season (2013) and worked his way into a prominent role as starting goalkeeper during his senior year (2015). That season, the first for head coach Marc Hubbard, Carpenter started all 14 games and tallied a record of 7-4-3 with three shutouts for a Wildcats team that improved its RPI from 162 in 2014 to 52, its highest mark since 2007, while also cracking the Top 25 multiple times.
In 2015, Carpenter was the inaugural winner of the Coaches’ Award, presented for demonstrating excellence both on and off the field as the most highly regarded citizen and person who exhibits the type of character, work rate and attitude that every player should emulate. His career record was 9-5-3 with five shutouts in 17 games.
Director of Men's Soccer Analytics
Chris Wingate is currently in his first season as the Director of Analytics for the men's soccer program in 2018. A 2017 graduate of UNH, Wingate is pursuing a graduate degree.
Wingate had an outstanding career as a Wildcat posting 13 goals and 14 assists for 40 points.
Tim Churchard works with UNH Athletics programs in the area of Sport Performance. Churchard works on a one-on-one basis with student-athletes, helping them achieve maximum performance through psychological and psycho-physiological preparation.
Churchard spent seven seasons as the Wildcats’ men's hockey volunteer assistant coach. His primary responsibilities included on-ice practices and working with the Wildcat defensive corps.
Churchard was a multi-sport athlete at UNH, playing as a member of the varsity men's hockey team under A. Barr “Whoop” Snively from 1963-65 and as a running back for the football team under Chief Boston and Andy Mooradian. He earned his undergraduate degree from UNH in Liberal Arts in 1967 before embarking on a career in education and human resource management/consultation.
A native of Saugus, Mass., Churchard was a three-time league all-star and all-state selection as a senior at Saugus High School. He captained the hockey team and served as a co-captain of the football squad his senior year and was inducted into the Saugus Hall of Fame in 1990.
Churchard’s coaching career began at his hometown high school. He assisted the Saugus hockey program from 1970-73, he went on to assist Spaulding High School in Rochester and later served as head coach at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine. He earned his Master’s Degree in Education from Salem State in 1972 and a GAGS in Education in 1984 from UNH.
Churchard began teaching at UNH in 1984, serving as an instructor in the education department. In addition to those duties, he worked as an instructor at UNH’s Whittemore School of Business and Economics and Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics.