School is almost out for the summer and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga summer camp season is upon us.
Several UTC sports teams are set and ready to host individual camps, team camps as well as elite camps. Ages vary by camp, so check out GoMocs.com for the website for each camp and download the registration form.
Individual – June 1-5
Team – June 12-14
Elite – June 27-28
Elite – August 2
Women’s basketball gets it all kicked off with Individual camp for girls ages 8-14. Check in will be June 1st at 2 p.m. at the McKenzie Arena. Early signup fee of $195 is still available until Wednesday, May 28. After that the price jumps to $220 so get registered today!
The women’s basketball team camp runs June 12-14. Check-in is at 10 a.m. at the Roundhouse on June 12th. UTC will host two Elite Camps for girls entering grades 9-12 in the fall. UTC head coach Jim Foster and his staff will be on hand for high-level skill instruction and give a glimpse of the life of a Division I student-athlete.
Team – June 6-8
Team – June 9-11
Day – June 16-20
Men’s basketball’s team camps will run back-to-back with the first from June 6-8. The second is from June 9-11. Teams are guaranteed seven games with certified officials. Check out the Slam Dunk Competition and discuss strategy with Division I coaches.
The Mocs’ Day Camp will be held June 16-20 for all boys in grades 2-8 in the fall. Check-in will be Monday, June 16 at Maclellan Gym from 7:30-9 a.m. Campers will receive individual instruction and have a chance to win prizes.
Skills Camp – June 7
Skills Camp – June 12
7-on-7 Tournament – July 19
Big Man Challenge – July 19
Football will hold two skills camps, a 7-on-7 tournament and the Big Man Challenge. The skills camps will provide an opportunity to develop skills for all positions on both offense and defense. The camp will be held at Finley Stadium with check-in at noon on the first day of each camp. The first camp is June 7 and the second will be July 12th.
The 7-on-7 Tournament will be held July 19th and is for high school teams only. This unique camp will provide your team with an opportunity to develop teamwork, familiarity and to compete against other squads in a major college setting. The 7 on 7 Tournament will cover one day and will guarantee a set amount of games for each team, while determining a champion. Limited to the first 24 teams.
The Big Man Challenge, for high school lineman, will be held Saturday, July 19. There will be fundamental instruction as well as competitive events. Check-in will be from 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the McKenzie Arena.
Team I – June 15-18
Team II – June 19-22
Team III – June 22-25
iCamp I – June 15-22
iCamp II – June 22-29
iCamp III – June 15-29
Several wrestling camps opportunities will be available beginning with Team Camp I June 15-18, June 19-22 and June 22-25. The team camp is designed around team & individual competition! Each team is guaranteed 10 total dual meets! In addition to the dual meets, each team will walk thru a series of technique stations and learn each series as a team. There will be a total of 8 Technique Sessions taught by some of the best coaches in the country.
In the same time frame will be a more intensive camp called iCamp. iCamps are designed to help the athlete who is interested in moving to a new level of success by being pushed to new levels mentally and physically. The camp will include every dimension of training and nearly every workout will be run like a collegiate workout (style & practice plan). The expectation of the athletes in this camp will be extremely high so athletes are expected to report to camp in shape and ready to work at a very high intensity level. Space is limited.
Team – July 20-24
Trainer (full) – June 9-13
Trainer (half) – June 9-13
Women’s soccer will host a full day and half day trainer camp June 9-13. The purpose of our training centre is to provide the best possible soccer camp and coaching staff at a reasonable price. All Kyzer Soccer Centre campers will receive maximum individual attention in a fun, challenging environment. We strive to incorporate sportsmanship, creativity, taking the training home, and pure enjoyment of the game.
Team camp will take place July 20-24. Kyzer’s Soccer Centre is for serious players at the high school age level. Enrollment is based on a first come, first served basis. It is our objective to prepare you for the upcoming high school season. It is to your advantage to be physically fit, as well as technically and tactically prepared before your season begins. Each team will have its own women's college head coach during the technical/tactical sessions and matches. Put yourself in front of women's college coaches early!
Libero – June 25
Setter/Hitter – June 26
Skill Specific Training Day – June 27
All Skills – July 23-24
Advanced Skills – July 23-24
Team – July 25-27
Little Mocs Day Camp – July 28
Volleyball will hold position specific camps for ages 12-18 June 25-27. In July, the Mocs will host a pair of skills camps as well as a team camp and a Little Mocs Day Camp.
The Libero camp will be Wednesday June 25 and work on serve receive passing, defensive movements, digging, floor skills, coverage and out of system setting. Setter/Hitter Camp will follow the next day focusing on training as a setter as well as outside (left or right side), or middle blocker. These two positions are combined so athletes have the opportunity to put their skills to the test in competitive, match-like drills. Skills specific camp will be on Friday, June 27 and feature three sessions. Participants can attend one, two or all three sessions.
July 23-24 will be the all-skills camp for ages 9-14. This is recommended for younger players and those less experienced. The advanced camp will run the same days and is recommended for ages 14-18. It is designed for the more experienced high school player. Club experience recommended. An emphasis will be put on fundamental skill, allowing each player to gain greater understanding of how each skill impacts the game.
Volleyball Team camp will run July 25-27. This is for high school teams to focus on individual skill and training by position as well as fine tune the team’s offensive and defensive systems. There will be competitions and tournaments with a champion.
On July 28 from 1-5 p.m., the Mocs will host the Little Mocs Day Camp for kids ages 5-10. There will be two session designed to introduce volleyball skills in a fun envirionment.
Anyone interested in Spirit Camp, contact Ashli Skiles at Ashli-Skiles@utc.edu.