Lycoming College summer athletic camps develop skills, build confidence

Athletes of all ages can develop their technical skills by attending summer camps at Lycoming College for a variety of sports including basketball, football, soccer and wrestling. Campers are instructed by coaches and members of the College’s sports teams.

New this year is a youth soccer camp for boys and girls ages 8 to 16 starting June 12 through June 15. The Lycoming College women’s soccer coach, Kenny Fern, and his staff will provide training, games and skill development.

Coach Roger Crebs will combine fun with fundamentals during summer wrestling camps. One camp focuses on team development for grades 7 through 12 and another on individual development for athletes ages 8 to 14, both to be held June 24 to 28. The award-winning coaching staff will also offer a parent-child camp from June 16 to 18.

Basketball coach Guy Rancourt will hold his annual summer camps July 16 through 19 to develop elite skills for athletes ages 9 to 17. Youths aged 5 to 8 can participate in a Junior Warrior camp the same week.

Football players looking to gain an edge can take advantage of the skills provided by Lycoming’s experience staff during a camp offered from July 20 through July 27. This includes two specialized training options, one for children in grades 2 through 5 and another for grades 6 to 9.

All camps will be held on the Lycoming College campus. Details about Lycoming’s summer sports camps are available at athletics.lycoming.edu/sportscamps.

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