Trinity Men's Soccer to Host Prospect Camp in August

Trinity Men's Soccer to Host Prospect Camp in August

San Antonio - Trinity University head men's soccer Coach Paul McGinlay will host the Men's Soccer College Prep Camp August 4-6 on Trinity's campus.

The camp is for boys ages 14-18 who are serious college soccer prospects. The coaching staff will conduct advanced training sessions used in developing some of the country's best collegiate players. The staff will also conduct information sessions to help college-bound players navigate the recruitment process, and prepare for the demands of being a collegiate student-athlete.


Under the watchful eye of Trinity's soccer staff, campers will participate in two college-level training sessions, small-sided games, and 11x11 match play. The registration fee is $375, which includes dinner on Friday, lunch and dinner Satuday, and lunch on Sunday.

Coach McGinlay has completed 26 years at the helm of Tiger men's soccer, leading Trinity to the 2003 NCAA Division III National Championship. He has amassed a record of 459-74-29, for a winning percentage of .843. Coach McGinlay is one of the winningest active soccer coaches in all NCAA Divisions.

Trinity has competed in the NCAA Tournament for 15 consecutive years, and 20 of the last 21, including 2016. The Tigers were national runners-up in 2007. Additionally, Trinity advanced to the NCAA Semifinals three times, and to the Quarterfinals on 10 occasions. Coach McGinlay's teams have captured the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Championship 19 times.

Respected by his peers, Coach McGinlay has been elected the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Regional Coach of the Year nine times. He has been honored as SCAC Coach of the Year 14 times in his career.

Coach McGinlay will have a highly talented staff to work with at the Spring Combine. Edward Cartee has completed five seasons as the Tigers' men's assistant coach. A Trinity graduate, Coach Cartee was a member of the Tigers 2007 NCAA Finalist team. He also is the head soccer coach at San Antonio's Central Catholic High School, which captured the 2014 and 2017 Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools State Championship.

Juan Lamadrid has completed seven seasons as Trinity's men's and women's goalkeepers coach. He also serves as the goalkeepers coach of San Antonio FC, of the professional United Soccer League.

For further information about the Prospect Camp, contact Coach Cartee at [email protected]