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Register now for the Badger Girls Elite Tennis Camp


Samara Coaching

May 29, 2014

Camp Brochure
 Register for Badger Elite Tennis Camp

MADISON, Wis. -- The Badger Girls Elite Tennis Camp is aimed at the higher level high school girl looking to improve all aspects of her game. This camp is designed for the motivated tournament player looking to play college tennis in the future.

The camps feature professional instruction from Wisconsin women's tennis coach Tina Samara and her staff. The session will feature intense drilling and competitive match play all at Nielsen Tennis Center, Home of the Badgers. There is also time for other fun activities. Our camp is open to any and all entrants, so come join us this summer and take your game to a new level!

July 20-24
Session Cancelled

July 27-31

Meals: 4 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners
Check-in: Sunday, July 27 from 5-6 PM at Chamberlain Hall
(No Dinner)
Pick-up: Thursday, July 31 from 3-4PM at Chamberlain Hall
Cost: $695 Commuter, $795 Resident

Instruction:
The Badger Girls Elite Tennis Camp have the advantage of using the excellent Nielsen Tennis Center. The facility has 6 outdoor tennis courts and 12 indoor. Players will also have use to the outdoor track for fitness training. Rain or shine, players will be out on the court working to improve their game!

Location:
Instruction and play will take place at Nielsen Tennis Center. Nielsen Tennis Center is the annual site of the WIAA State High School Championships and has been host the The NCAA Women’s National Indoor Championships.

Lodging:
Lodging will be in Chamberlain Hall for Sessions 1 & 2, which is near rec areas and the dining hall.

University Housing residence halls provide student-style housing conveniently located on campus. Each air conditioned room includes twin beds with bed linens and pillows, microfridges, desks, and shared bathroom facilities. Meals provide a variety of youth-friendly and healthy selections, including vegetarian options. For further information regarding hall policies and services, please visit http://www.housing.wisc.edu.

Campers receive 24-hour supervision and our counselors’ rooms are on the same floor. If you have a roommate preference, please indicate it on your application.

Health staff will be available 24 hours a day. The health staff will treat minor injuries typical to athletic participation and will monitor participant hydration. In the event of serious injury campers will be taken to University Hospital.

For More Information Contact:
Matt Manasse, Assistant Women’s Coach
mdm@athletics.wisc.edu
Phone: (608) 220-3189
Fax: (608) 263-7849
Visit: uwcamps.com for online applications

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