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SUMMER-Pfeiffer sports camps

Pfeiffer University will off a variety of sports camps during the summer. To register for the camps, go to http://www.gofalconsports.com/ and click on ěCamps.î
Jeremy Currier Skills Academy ó May 21 or May 29. Both dates are open to all ages and will run from 1-5 p.m. each day. The camp will be a player development session where each camper will go through drills and station-work instructed by college and professional level coaches. Emphasis will be offensive skill development, shooting, ball handling, passing and defensive principles. Each camp will have a guest speaker, and all high school-aged students will be given a tour of Pfeiffer University and the opportunity to meet with a Pfeiffer University admissions counselor. Camp will conclude with two hours of games each day. The cost is $50.
Falcon volleyball camps ó specialize in preparing girls for middle school and high school competition. Sessions I, II and III are designed to improve specific individual skills for both beginners and more advanced players. Campers will be divided into groups by age and ability. The camp experience will focus on skill development as it directly relates to game situations. Session IV will combine all skills in game-like setting.
Session I ó Friday, June 10, hitting;
Session II ó Saturday, June 11, defense;
Session III ó Sunday, June 12, setting;
Session IV ó Monday-Wednesday, June 13-15, all skills.
Pfeiffer Universityís Steve Bintz (HC) and Petra Ljubicic (AC) will coordinate and direct camp activities as well as plan the curriculum. The remainder of the staff will consist of Falcon volleyball players, outstanding area club and high school coaches and other collegiate players.
Discounts are available to those who attend multiple sessions. For more information and/or to sign up, go to http://www.gofalconsports.com/ and click on ěCamps.î
Carolina Top 100 guard camp ó is specially designed for point guards, shooting guards and wings who seek to play their positions to the best of their abilities. The camp is open to all boys ages 12-18 and is limited to 100 campers.
Three sessions in the classroom will compliment six sessions on the court. Classroom time will deal with preparing for college academics, preparing for the recruiting process, being a leader and life after basketball. On the floor, multiple lessons will be taught regarding floor play.
June 22-24 at Pfeiffer University
Pfeiffer volleyball camps to you ó The Pfeiffer University volleyball coaching staff is also available to bring the camp to you. This camp format is designed to increase the level of volleyball for a group in your area or any level of a schoolís program. Our site camps are tailor-made to address your playersí specific needs. You determine the dates, times, location, number of sessions and who attends. We work with you to enhance the performance of your group, as well as individual players, in various situations and skills. The advantage of this format is to provide the best personalized training without travel, in the comfort of your own gym. For more information, contact Head Coach Ben Guiliano (ben.guiliano@pfeiffer.edu) or Assistant Coach Steve Bintz (steve.bintz@pfeiffer.edu).
Menís lacrosse camps ó During camp, each player will receive: 1-on-1 coaching w/NCAA college coaches and players; skill and team building clinics; full field regulation games; lodging and meals; recreation time on Pfeiffer’s campus; strength and conditioning training; stringing clinic/pool time.
www.falconlacrossecamp.com
Session 1: July 10-13
Session 2: July 13-16.
Womenís basketball skills camp ó This is an opportunity for girls and boys of all ages to receive one-on-one instruction from Pfeiffer coaches and players while competing on the court.
The all-ages individual day camp is being held Aug. 3-5, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This great opportunity to sharpen basketball skills is a three-day camp, but you also have the option of attending one or two days. The cost is $50 for one day, $80 for two days and $120 for all three days. Every camper will receive lunch each afternoon and a T-shirt.
Womenís basketball Elite Skills Camp ó One day only. Pfeiffer University, Misenheimer.
Sept. 17, 10 a.m.-4 p.m
Pfeiffer University womenís basketball Elite Skills Camp is for individuals looking to sharpen their basketball skills while receiving instruction and evaluation from Pfeiffer coaches and players.
Each participant will also receive lunch and a T-shirt.
Go to http://www.gofalconsports.com/ for further information and registration forms for the camps.

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