Salve Regina hosting summer camps for young athletes
Several of the University’s athletic teams are hosting youth camps during the summer months, in sports such as field hockey, baseball, lacrosse and basketball.
Girls’ basketball clinic
Ages 13-18: Saturday, July 14
Ages 8-13: Saturday, July 28
The objective of the girls’ basketball clinic is to allow players the opportunity to improve and grow by teaching strong fundamentals through individual skill work, team drills and game situational play. Personal instruction for each player will be provided by an enthusiastic and knowledgeable coaching staff.
Field hockey camp
Sunday, July 22 to Wednesday, July 25
Designed for girls ages 10-18, the camp will incorporate the core components of field hockey and advanced skills. Stations, drills and small games will teach ball control, passing and receiving, goal scoring and more. The camp will also offer specialized goalkeeper instruction.
Women’s lacrosse camp
Friday, July 27
Hosted by Salve Regina’s coaches and players, this women’s lacrosse camp is designed for high school players who intend to play at the college level. The camp objective is to allow players an opportunity to learn more about Salve Regina and sharpen their lacrosse skills.
Women’s volleyball camp
Monday, July 30 to Thursday, Aug. 2
Held over four evenings, the camp is designed for high school players with JV and varsity experience. Players who are trying out for a high school team for the first time are also welcome to attend. Players may register for any or all of the four evenings.
Wednesday, Aug. 1 and Sunday, Sept. 2
Open to players in grades 9-12, the camp will include a pro-style workout, drills, batting practice in the cage, arm maintenance and routines for pitchers, campus tours and more.
Learn more and register for the Aug. 1 session
Learn more and register for the Sept. 2 session
Men’s basketball camp
Saturday, Aug. 4
Designed for athletes who have completed grades 8-12, the men’s basketball camp provides an opportunity to learn more about Salve Regina and engage in the proper fundamentals of basketball. Campers will be matched with athletes of their own age, size and ability level, and participants will receive individual instruction from a qualified coach.
Men’s lacrosse camp
Monday, Aug. 6
Hosted by Salve Regina coaching staff and current student-athletes, the camp will give high school athletes a realistic experience of what it’s like to compete as an intercollegiate men’s lacrosse student-athlete.