Over the past couple of years, the Angelina College men’s soccer program has been consistently ranked among the nation’s top junior college programs in the nation. Last season, the Roadrunners were champions of the NJCAA Gulf South District Tournament, earning them an automatic qualification into the NJCAA Division 1 Men's National Soccer Tournament.

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AC Sports Dept

It was arguably the best season in Roadrunner Soccer history. Angelina College finished the regular season undefeated before bowing out of the national tournament with two early losses.

Angelina College wants to make the push next season toward a national championship by reloading with top-notch players. The Roadrunners are hosting an event this Saturday that could help facilitate that goal with soccer players from the east Texas area.

Angelina College will host an “ID Camp” on Saturday, March 23 at the Larry Phillips Family Sports Complex on the AC campus. The session, which is scheduled to run from 9 a.m. until noon, includes a campus tour.

The camp is geared toward providing high school students and college transfers the opportunity to train and experience skills evaluation from college coaches while learning more about the recruiting process.

The cost of the session is $50 for online registration, and $75 for in-person registration on the day of the camp.   Attendees are asked to bring their own water bottles, soccer balls, shin guards, and soccer cleats.  

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The camps’ schedule, registration and payment information are available on-line at https://www.angelinasoccercamps.com/.For further information, contact AC men’s head soccer coach Martin Melchor at mmelchor@angelina.edu.

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