Athletic Summer Programs
Bishop Dullaghan Football Camps (with Coach Bill Lynch): Football Team Camps (June 12-14, and June 16-18), Skills Camp (June 20-22 and June 27-29)
Bill Lynch and Dick Dullaghan combine their expertise in directing football camps to continue the 40 year tradition of excellence at the Bishop and Dullaghan Football Camps. The Bishop and Dullaghan Football Camps were founded in 1974. Now the camp is known nationally as the largest camp in the country for players at all positions. The camp has graduated dozens of All Americans and numerous NFL players, and last year the camp attracted athletes from 15 states across the USA.
More information: Bishop Dullaghan website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
DePauw Tennis: TBD
DePauw Head Tennis Coach Scott Riggle and Assistant Coach Andrew Gregory will run a tennis camp for players aged 9-19. Additional instructors include members of the DePauw men's and women's varsity tennis teams.
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Soccer Plus: June 25- June 30
SoccerPlus was founded in 1982 by Tony DiCicco. In the 30+ years since, Tony and his staff have educated and inspired tens of thousands of dedicated student-athletes using The DiCicco Method. Our curriculum has evolved over the years to remain on the cutting edge of the modern game, but our mission of building skills, confidence and character through hard work will always be the same.
More information: SoccerPlus website or call 1-800-533-7371
DePauw Soccer: Elite Camp Training Academy (July 6-9)
Coach Brad Hauter's DePauw Soccer Schools are designed for players to develop skills in all areas of the game of soccer. The Tiger coaches and players will be on hand to demonstrate and instruct not only the basics but also more advanced areas of the game. Our camps range in ages and we should have a program to fit your needs.
More information: Soccer Camp website or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-417-9216
DePauw Volleyball Team Camp: TBD
The DePauw Volleyball overnight team camp has been running for 10 years with many teams returning year after year. The camp is geared toward high school varsity, junior varsity, and freshman teams. It is a combination of both instruction and competition. DePauw Volleyball Coach Deb Zellers is camp director. Assistant Ellen Dreyer and members of the DePauw women’s varsity volleyball team serve as camp coaches. Space for the camp is limited.
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DePauw Volleyball Day Camp: TBD
This camp is for volleyball players ages 7-17. This fundamental volleyball camp is a DePauw staple as Head Coach Deb Zellers has instructed campers for nearly 20 years. Additional instructors include Assistant Coach Ellen Dreyer and the DePauw women’s varsity volleyball team.
More information: The Volleyball Camp 2016 brochure or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bill Pilat's The Goalie School (with Lacrosse Coach Carl Haas): July 24-27
Bill Pilat Goalie School has camps across the country that are regarded among the finest in all of lacrosse. The camps admit boys ages 10-18. Campers are grouped by age, ability, and size for teaching purposes. The Goalie School at DePauw will have numerous instructors, including Coach Hass from DePauw.
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Bishop Dullaghan Middle School Football: TBD
This camp is for Middle School and Junior High age players in all football positions entering grades 5 through 8 in the fall of 2015. It is our 17th year of running these camps for the purpose of getting these young players excited about playing the greatest game on the planet. We drill techniques and fundamentals for every position and the coach to player ratio never exceeds 10 to 1. We guarantee that the camper will return home better prepared and more confident in his ability to play both of his positions chosen at our camp.
More information: Bishop Dullaghan website or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-945-5914
DePauw Sprint and Endurance Camp: TBD
Coach Kori Stoffregen works with athletes looking to enhance their running capabilities. There are two components to camp: an outlet for those looking to improve their sprint mechanics and another space for those looking to enhance their endurance capabilities. Campers will have the opportunity to choose the sprint sessions or endurance sessions. There will be combined sessions applicable to both groups, providing campers a chance to work together.
More information: The camp brochure or call Kori Stoffregen at 765-658-4945
Day One Basketball Camp: June 23- 25 and July 7-9
Jim Fouts and Coach Bill Fenlon will be hosting the 19th season of Team Basketball Camps at DePauw this summer. Teams will play pool play games first two days and tournament the third day. 3-pt knockout and sudden death tournaments will be held in the evenings. Each team will play 9 pool play games and at least 2 games in the tournament. 11+ games guaranteed.
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