Time to think about summer camp

Yes, it’s still cool out, and the flowers have yet to bloom. But now is the time to get your junior athlete enrolled in one of the many summer sports camps offered at Penn. Day and overnight camps offer kids a chance to learn new skills with Quaker coaches and players and participate in other stimulating activities.

To get more information about the camps listed below, including registration fees and deadlines, call the contact person listed for each camp.

Gymnastics: Day camp. Five sessions: June 11-15, June 18-22, June 25-29, July 2-6 and July 9-13. Info: Tom Kovic, 215-898-5316.

Tennis: Day camp. Eight sessions: June 11-15, June 18-22, June 25-29, July 2-6, July 16-20, July 23-27, July 30-August 3, and August 6-10. Info: Hal Mackin, 215-898-4741.

Men’s Soccer: Overnight camp. Two sessions: June 17-22 and June 24-29. Info: Rudy Fuller, 215-898-4815.

Men’s Basketball: Day camp. Two sessions: June 18-22 and June 25-29. Info: John Krikorian, 215-898-6142.

Neighborhood Youth Sports Program (all sports): Day camp. Four sessions: June 18-22, June 25-29, July 9-13 and July 16-20. Info: Murray Grant, 215-573-5330.

Field Hockey: Overnight camp. Two sessions: June 19-24 and July 8-12. Info: Val Cloud, 215-898-6308.

Women’s Lacrosse: Overnight camp. June 25-28. Info: Amy Sullivan, 215-898-9042.

Rowing: Overnight camp. Two sessions: July 14-17 and July 27-31. Info: Bruce Konopka, 215-573-7071.

Men’s Lacrosse: Overnight camp. July 19-22. Info: Marc Van Arsdale, 215-898-6140.

Football: Overnight camp. July 29-August 1. Info: James Urban, 215-573-9229.

Fencing: Overnight camp. Two sessions: July 29-August 4 and August 5-11. Info: Dave Micahnik, 215-898-6116.

Women’s Soccer: Overnight camp. July 30-August 3. Info: Michelyne Pinard, 215-573-6178.

Volleyball: Overnight camp. August 5-11. Info: Kerry Major, 215-898-6495.

Originally published on March 22, 2001