Plymouth State Athletics to host Summer Youth Camps

May 30th, 2013 by blyndes

 

 

 

Girls Volleyball Camp at Plymouth State University

PLYMOUTH, N.H. There will be a series of summer sports camps on the Plymouth State University campus this summer, hosted by the Panther coaching staff for youths looking to combine fundamentals with fun!

The camps include instruction from collegiate coaches and student-athletes, including fundamentals as well as advanced techniques.  The camps are open to individuals or teams and are available for a reasonable price.Online Registration for the camps is available at ttps://www.events.unh.edu/EventListing.pm?site_key=psu.

For more information, contact Marisa Russell in the PSU Athletics office at 603-535-2770 or m_paradis@plymouth.edu.  Here are the dates of the 2013 PSU Summer Sports Camps:

BOYS & GIRLS BASKETBALL DAY CAMP:  PSU will host the annual Boys & Girls Basketball Day Camp for ages 7-17 from Monday, June 24 to Thursday, June 27.  Instruction will take place in PSU’s Foley Gymnasium daily from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and includes skill enhancement, daily contests, mini lectures, and 5-on-5 and 3-on-3 action.  The camp fee includes a camp tee shirt. For more information, contact PSU head men’s basketball coach Andrew Novick at asnovick@plymouth.edu or 603-535-2753.  The camp brochure is available by clicking here.

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY OVERNIGHT CAMP:  The PSU Women’s Ice Hockey camp is a four-day overnight camp (July 14-18) for the college-bound student-athlete and competitive player, ranging from ninth grade to post-graduate year.  The camp, which focuses on power skating, team play and honing individual skills, takes place in PSU’s beautiful Hanaway Rink, which opened in 2010.  For more information, contact PSU head women’s ice hockey coach Ashley Kilstein at arkilstein@plymouth.edu or 603-535-2776. The camp brochure is available by clicking here.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CAMP AND YOUTH DAY CLINIC:  Plymouth State will host a four-day Volleyball camp from July 22-25, in PSU’s Foley Gymnasium.  The camp, for grades 9-12, includes individual instruction from PSU players and coaches, and most of all, fun!!  The camp runs from 8:00 a.m. to noon and/or from 1:00-5:00 p.m. PSU will also host a one-day Summer Youth Day Clinic on Friday, July 26, from 9:00 a.m. to noon for girls and boys of all ages (through eighth grade). For more information, contact PSU head women’s volleyball coach Chris Kilmer at cjkilmer@plymouth.edu or 603-535-2778. The camp brochures are available by clicking here and/or here.

GIRLS LACROSSE:  Plymouth State will host the PSU Girls Lacrosse camp from August 5-8, on PSU’s athletic fields.  The camp, for ages 8-18, runs daily from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon, and is geared for many different types of laxers, from beginners to goalies to elite, experienced players.  Kids are instructed by the PSU coaching staff and student-athletes.  For more information, contact PSU head women’s lacrosse coach Kristin Blanchette at keblanchette@plymouth.edu or 603-535-3015. The camp brochure is available by clicking here.

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