Cal Lutheran Soccer Camp
June 24-28, 2013
July 29-Aug 2, 2013
William Rolland Stadium at California Lutheran UniversityRegister Online
- Fee: $175
- Camp Hours: 9 am - 12 pm
- Campers: Open to boys and girls, ages 5-13
- Location: All training will take place at Cal Lutheran's New William Rolland Stadium
- What to bring: Soccer ball, shinguards, sunscreen and snack
Special Camp Features Include:
- Low Coach to Camper ratio (1 to 8)
- 15 hours of on-field instruction
- Individual attention
- Camp awards and player evaluations
- Cal Lutheran Soccer Camp T-Shirt
Director: Dan Kuntz
Dr. Dan Kuntz is entering his 20th season as coach of the CLU Kingsmen Soccer Team. He is currently the longest tenured fall sports head coach. Under his reign the men's soccer program has earned seven SCIAC titles and six NCAA postseason appearances. As Head Coach of the women's program from 1993-2004, the Regals won eight straight SCIAC titles and have one of the longest conference win streaks in women's soccer history.
In addition to his coaching duties, Kuntz was named CLU's Director of Athletics in 2005, one year after he was selected to the position on an interim basis. Kuntz has spent time as a member of the NCAA men's and women's soccer regional advisory committees, the chair of the NCAA West Region Championship Committee, and has chaired the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Far West Senior Women's Regional All-America Committee. He was named NSCAA Far West Region Coach of the Year for women's soccer in 1996, 1997 and 1998.
Born and raised in Arizona, Kuntz later became an instructor in the Arizona Soccer Association coaches education program. In both Arizona and California he worked with the California Youth Soccer Association (CYSA) Olympic Development Program (ODP) and won two CYSA-South state titles.
Kuntz showed success early coaching Westwood (AZ) High School to a Fiesta Bowl Soccer Classic Championship in 1986 and runnerup in 1987. In 1984, he obtained his United States Soccer Federation (USSF) "A" license; Kuntz also possesses a USSF "B", "C", and US Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) National Youth License.
A founding member of the Latino Soccer Coaches Association of America, Kuntz is also a member of the USSF, NSCAA, and US Soccer Coaches Association.
Director: Frank Marino
Frank Marino has served as the Head Coach of the Cal Lutheran women's soccer program during the last four seasons, leading the Regals to a 69-15-4 mark. 2012 saw Marino lead the Regals to their third consecutive SCIAC regular season championship and third trip to the NCAA posteason in the last four years.
During Marino's tenure, CLU has had a player named an all American 3 of the 4 years and for the last 3 years has produced the SCIAC Athlete of the Year.In just his third season at the helm, he guided the Regals to a 20-win season, the most in program history eclipsing the previous year's 18 win total.
Marino also serves as the head girl's soccer coach at Westlake High School where he has posted a 170-41-42 overall record since taking over in 2000. He has led the Warriors to Nine league championships and three second place finishes.
In 2003 he led the Warriors to their first-ever CIF title and was recognized as the CIF, Daily News and Marmonte League Coach of the Year. He was again named Coach of the Year in 2009, 2011, and 2012. He was also honored for the second time as the Daily News All-Area Coach of the Year in 2012.