The Penn State men’s basketball program has announced that all Penn State employees are eligible for a discounted rate for the boys' basketball day camp to be held this summer in the Indoor Multi-Sport Complex.
Penn State basketball coach Patrick Chambers and the Nittany Lion coaching staff will welcome players from across the region beginning May 31 when the first of four Penn State basketball summer camp opportunities begins.
The Penn State Men’s Basketball program announced that all Penn State Employees are eligible for a discounted rate for the boys' basketball day camp to be held this summer in the Basketball Practice Facility located in the Bryce Jordan Center.
Ed Franks has been named the director of Penn State Sports Camps. He will begin his duties in February.
Franks replaces longtime Sports Camps Director Dick Bartolomea, who retired.
He will oversee camps that annually draw more than 20,000 participants to the University Park campus. Penn State hosts nearly 90 sports camps in 25 different sports that draw participants from across the nation and internationally.
Researchers in the Departments of Kinesiology and Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, and in Intercollegiate Athletics conducted a retrospective, descriptive epidemiological study in which they calculated the incidence of injury and illness incurred at Penn State Sport Camps over a four-year span (2008-11).
Penn State basketball will offer five boys basketball camp opportunities on the University Park campus this summer beginning June 1-3 with the Father/Son Camp. Head coach Patrick Chambers, the Nittany Lion coaching staff and several current Nittany Lion players will be joined by former Nittany Lion players and regional coaches as they conduct a variety of camp opportunities covering several skill levels through the month of June.
The Penn State women's basketball program and head coach Coquese Washington will hold five summer camp sessions in June and August. There will be a Shooting Camp (June 10-12), Skills Camp (June 10-12), Total Package Team Camp (June 21-23), Elite Camp (June 23-24) and Games Galore Team Camp (August 3-5) as part of the Penn State Sport Camps presented by Dick's Sporting Goods.
High temperatures today (July 22) at University Park that are topping out close to 100 degrees and weekend projections for the intense heat to continue have prompted Penn State officials to make contingency plans for students, campers or guests who may not be in air-conditioned spaces.
The Penn State Football staff will again welcome a large contingent of high school players from across the nation to its 37th annual summer football camps, which get under way Friday, June 3. Penn State Football's Associate Athletic Director, Fran Ganter, serves as the Administrative Director for all five of Penn State's football camp opportunities offered this month. Close to 3,000 players attend annually making this one of the most successful high school football camp operations in the country.
Coming off a 2011 NCAA Tournament appearance and the program's first-ever run to the Big Ten Tournament Championship game, Penn State coach Ed DeChellis and the Nittany Lion basketball program are gearing up for another round of stellar camp offerings this June. Penn State will offer five different boy's camp experiences during the month of June ranging from Father/Son Camp (June 10-12) to Team Camp (June 16-18) to an Elite Individual Camp (June 18-19). An Instructional Camp (June 19-22) and a Day Camp (June 28-July 1) will round out the month.
The Penn State women's basketball program and head coach Coquese Washington will hold five summer camp sessions in June and August. There will be a Shooting Camp (June 12-14), Skills Camp (June 12-14), Elite Camp (June 25-26), Total Package Team Camp (June 23-25) and Games Galore Team Camp (August 5-7).
Registration is open for the 2011 Penn State Boys' Volleyball Instructional Camp. There will be three camps during the month of July running July 15-18, July 19-22 and July 24-27. Registration for the 2011 camps is open and can be completed online or by mail. Enrollment is limited and early registration is encouraged. Penn State maintains a wait list for its sport camps. Registration fees may be paid by credit via the online system or by mailing a check with the registration form.
The Penn State men's soccer program will offer three camp opportunities this summer, allowing participants to receive instruction from some of the top collegiate coaches in the nation while experiencing inspirational demonstrations, demanding exercises, and fun-filled competitions.