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Several summer athletic camps are underway this week at Randolph College, and registration remains open for spots in the other camps scheduled later in the summer. Camps are available for ages ranging from elementary school to high school.

“Randolph College looks forward to once again sharing our passion for athletics and good sportsmanship with the greater Lynchburg community this summer,” said Tina Hill, director of athletics. “What makes Randolph’s camps unique is the lasting mentorships and friendships our coaches and student-athletes form with each camper.”

Upcoming athletic camps include:

Basketball

Randolph College Basketball Day Camp

July 11-15, open to girls ages 6-14

Times: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Thursday (lunch included); 9 a.m.-noon Friday

Cost: $150 ($25 discount for children of Randolph employees or children of alumnae and alumni)

Girls bball camp 2Description: A camp for all skill levels, the Randolph College Girls Basketball Day Camp will teach participants the fundamentals of basketball and includes a variety of activities and games, including basketball competitions and swimming.

Registration contact: Andrea Kendall, head women’s basketball coach, 434-947-8313, or akendall@randolphcollege.edu.

Click here for the brochure.

 

Randolph College Skill Builder Hoop Camp

Aug. 1-5, open to boys and girls ages 5-14

Times: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Cost: $150 ($25 discount for a second child, the child of a Randolph employee, or the child of an alumna or alumnus (limit of one discount per camper))

Description: A camp for all skill levels, the Randolph College Skill Builder Hoop Camp features workshops, contests, lessons, games, and choice time, with lunch provided.

Registration contact: Pete Hamilton, head men’s basketball coach, 434-947-8487, phamilton@randolphcollege.edu.

 

Equestrian

Pony Camp

June 20-24 (session one), July 11-15 (session two), and Aug. 8-12 (session three) open to ages 6-12

Times: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Cost: $325

Location: Randolph College Riding Center

Description: Pony Camp teaches participants about breeds, feeding, shoeing, basic care, riding, bathing, clipping, and grooming horses. There will be a horse show on the final day of each session.

Registration contact: Chris Mitchell, Director of Riding. 434-384-3231, cpmitchell@randolphcollege.edu

 

Summer Riding Camp

July 18-21 (session one) and Aug. 1-4 (session two), open to ages 13-18
Times: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Cost: $600
Location: Randolph College Riding Center

Description: Randolph’s Summer Riding Camp offers two, hour-long mounted lessons daily in addition to numerous equine and craft activities. Lessons are taught by Randolph College riding instructors. Riders should be capable of walk-trot and cantering on their own, independent of a lunge line, before joining.

Registration contact: Chris Mitchell, Director of Riding. 434-384-3231, cpmitchell@randolphcollege.edu

Click here for more information. 

 

Lacrosse

Randolph Lacrosse U19 Evening Camp

July 5-6, open to boys in U19 age groups
Times: 7-9 p.m.
Lacrosse camp pic 2Cost: TBA

Description: The Randolph Lacrosse U19 Evening Camp is open to lacrosse players of all skill levels and focuses on both team and individual instruction. Players will learn about fitness, stick work, equipment, and more.

Registration contact: Andy Sinclair, head men’s lacrosse coach, 434-947-8318, asinclair@randolphcollege.edu

Click here for the brochure.

 

Tennis

Randolph College Tennis Camp

June 20-24 (Junior WildCats Camp – boys and girls ages 6-12) and June 27-July 1 (High School WildCats Camp – boys and girls ages 13-18)

Times: 9 a.m.-noon (Junior WildCats Camp); 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (High School WildCats Camp)

Cost: $120 for Junior WildCats Camp and $170 for High School WildCats Camp ($50 non-refundable deposit required for both camps); 10 percent discount for children of Randolph employees and children of alumnae and alumni

Description: All skill and experience levels are welcome. Instruction by Randolph head tennis coach Jamie Megginson, along with Randolph players and assistant coaches.

Contact: Jamie Megginson, head tennis coach, jmegginson@randolphcollege.edu, 434-947-8363.

Click here for brochure and registration form

 

Track and Field

WildCats Track and Field Overnight Camp 

July 18-22, open to high school boys and girls

Cost: $400 for residential participants and $200 for commuters

Description: Campers will work with coaches on hurdles, sprints, long and triple jump, high jump, pole vault, and shot put activities.

Registration contact: Bill Cooper, head men’s and women’s cross country and track coach, bcooper@randolphcollege.edu, 434-947-8362

Click here to see the flyer

 

Volleyball

Basic Skills Day Camp for Beginners and Middle School Skills Camp

June 22-24, open to participant’s ages 6-14

Times: 3:30–5:30 p.m.

Volleyball campCost: $100 ($15 discount for children of Randolph College employees and children of alumnae and alumni)

Description: The Basic Skills Day Camp for Beginners is for children who are eager to learn the basic skills and technique of volleyball. It includes three fun, two-hour sessions that teach the basic skills of passing, setting, hitting and serving. The Middle School Skills Camp includes skill-building and team-building activities as well as positional training in passing, setting, hitting, and serving.

*Please submit registration and Acknowledgment of Assumption of Risk and Medical Consent form with payment.

For the camp brochure, click here.

 

Overnight Advanced Skills Camp

July 18-21, open to participants in grades 9-12 who have completed in at least two seasons of volleyball (high school or club volleyball)

Cost: $350 for residential campers and $300 for commuters ($25 discount for children of Randolph employees and children of alumnae and alumni)

Description: This four-day, three-night camp will immerse participants in volleyball skill building with Randolph coaches and players, and they will experience collegiate level position training and team drills.

Registration contact: Kara Matthews, head volleyball coach, kmatthews@randolphcollege.edu, 434-947-8339

For the camp brochure, click here

 

Also offered at Randolph College this summer are:

Nursery School Camps

Randolph College Nursery School offers a series of Summer Camps for children ages 3 through kindergarten. Each week offers a different activity theme.

June 20–24: Beach Week

June 27–July 1: Awesome Art

June 27–July 1: Music

July 5-8:  Red, White and Blue Week

July 11–15:  Super Science

July 11–15:  Planes, Trains & Automobiles

July 18–22:  Farm Fun

July 25-29: Planes, Trains & Automobiles

July 25–29: Super Science

Aug 1–5: Going to the Zoo

Aug 8–12: More Science

Aug 8–12:  Going to the Zoo

For more information or to register, visit http://www.randolphcollege.edu/nurseryschool/summer-camps/

 

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Randolph College will offer three weeklong day camps for students ranging from rising third grade through high school.

July 11-15 – day camp for rising 3rd-8th grades

July 25-29 – day camp for rising 3rd-8th grades

Aug. 1–5 – day camp for rising 3rd-8th grades



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