In addition to the summer sports camps listed in our special report on recreation (Current, April 11), the following camps will also be offered this summer. Details on the baseball and lacrosse camps are available on-line at www.pennathletics.com; for information on the tennis camp, call Hal Mackin at 215-898-4741.
Penn Quakers Baseball Camp: June 28-30. Day camp for high school junior and senior boys. Improve skills and learn strategy with Head Baseball Coach Bob Sneddon and Assistant Coach Bill Wagner. Tuition $195; lodging available for $79 per night at the Holiday Inn-Veterans Stadium.
Hogan Lacrosse Camps: Three residential camps for boys. Hogans Heroes camp, July 20, is a one-day tournament for high school players interested in collegiate play; college coaches from around the country will attend. Start and Finish camp for ages 12 to 18, July 21-23, focuses on shooting, faceoffs and goaltending skills. Quaker Camp, for ages 10 to 18, July 23-26, teaches skills and techniques for all positions. Tuition $40 for Hero camp, $300 for Start and Finish and $395 for Quaker camp. Additional details and forms at www.hoganlaxcamps.com.
Tennis Camp: Nine one-week sessions; starting Mondays from June 10 through Aug. 5. Day camp for boys and girls ages 6 to 16. Learn and polish tennis skills with Head Tennis Pro Hal Mackin, Mens Tennis Coach Mark Riley and Womens Tennis Coach Mike Dowd; optional swimming sessions also available. Tuition $235 per session, 10 percent discount for two or more children registered for the same session. Extended day care available at $6 per day.
Originally published on April 25, 2002