Women's Soccer Earns Share of Third Straight NWC Title
The Pacific Lutheran University women's soccer team closed the regular season in style on Saturday afternoon, scoring early and often in a 4-2 win over Willamette University to secure at least a share of the program's third straight Northwest Conference Title. Read More
Lutes Land Six on All-League TeamThe Northwest Conference released its postseason award winners for the sport of women's soccer on Wednesday with NWC Champion Pacific Lutheran University earning six student-athletes on the All-Conference Team, including Liz Griffith who was named the NWC Offensive Player of the Year. Read More
Pacific Lutheran University Women’s Soccer Camps
Pacific Lutheran University Women’s Soccer Camps are dedicated to providing an experience that is both instructional and informational along with creating a great atmosphere to learn! The coaching staff here at PLU prides itself on teaching the techniques and tactics of the sport of soccer at a high level. All camps are taught by our coaching staff. The exercises and small sided games that are taught at our camps are used with our college players. We are determined to provide the best possible learning experience for our campers.
We conduct ID camps to identify high school age players who are serious about playing soccer at the next level. We are looking for players who have a team first attitude, high work rate, enjoy the game, want to improve, have a quiet confidence, and are committed student-athletes. Pacific Lutheran women’s soccer has won three NAIA national women’s soccer titles in five championship game appearances, and along the way has claimed 10 NWC women’s soccer championships. Here at PLU we pride ourselves on Student-Athlete Growth and Development, Graduation, and Winning!
For questions regarding Pacific Lutheran University Women’s Soccer Camps please contact Seth Spidahl firstname.lastname@example.org
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