Utes To Host 2nd Annual Summer Camp

2015 Summer Camp 2

2015 Summer Camp was a huge success!

Salt Lake City, UT – The University of Utah Mens Tennis Program will host their 2nd annual summer camp this June. The first session of the camp will take place from June 6th-10th. The second session of the camp will run the following week, June 13th-17th.

Camps will be available for players of all ages and levels. They will be under the direction of Utah Head Men’s Tennis Coach Roeland Brateanu, Assistant Coach Daniel Pollock, as well as various counselors from the men’s and women’s tennis teams.

“We are looking forward to hosting our 2nd year of summer camps” said Utah Head Coach Roeland Brateanu, “We had a ton of fun with all our campers last year and look forward to building on last year’s success!”

Both camps will run Monday- Thursday 9:00am-4:00pm, and Fridays will run 9:00am-2:00pm.

The price for overnight campers is $750 and for day campers will be $500 for the week, with lunch provided at the athlete’s cafeteria in the football building. Pro-rated pricing is available for those unable to attend the full week. For pro-rating, please email menstennis@utah.edu.

To register click HERE .

As per NCAA rules all Utes camps are open to any and all entrants.

University of Utah
George S. Eccles Tennis Center
550 South Guardsman Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-581 7075.

What to bring?
1. A Great Attitude
2. Tennis Racquet
3. Tennis Shoes
4. Athletic Appropriate Attire
5. Water Bottle

Come out and join us for a week of fun, as well as awesome tennis!

For more information, please email menstennis@utah.edu.




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