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College Tennis Exposure Camps to be held at five locations across the northeast this summer

College Tennis Exposure Camps to be held at five locations across the northeast this summer

Coach Ed Krass’ 36th Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp has announced five locations in the Northeast for its popular summer program for high school-age tournament players. The program will start June 1-2 at the USTA National Campus in Lake Nona, Florida. The camp features instruction and training by a staff of head college coaches representing NCAA Division I, II, III, and NAIA programs.

Two brand new locations for this summer include Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 29-30, and Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut July 27-28. The camp will return to Lehigh University July 13-14 and Mercer County Tennis Park in Princeton, New Jersey, July 20-21.

Open to ages 14-18, each two-day camp offers instructional drills and matchplay competition in the same style as a college team practice and college team match. Players will have the opportunity to sample various coaching styles and to receive on-court coaching during their drills and matchplay competitions. Under the skillful eyes of head college coaches, players showcase their singles, doubles and one-on-one doubles skills and receive specific feedback on their game.

“Ed Krass’ camp and his many years of experience in the college ranks and expertise in coaching top juniors, is the perfect vehicle to help our nation’s college-bound players,” said Chuck Kriese, Head Men’s Coach at The Citadel and ITA Hall of Fame Coach.

Each camp includes 10 hours of on-court, collegiate style drills and matchplay competition. Players can register for a minimum of one camp, or a maximum of five camps throughout the summer. Each camp has a unique staff of head college coaches – giving players who sign up for multiple camps the maximum exposure to college coaches.

The schedule on Saturday features head college coaches conducting live-ball, competitive drills in an instructional format. The following day, players will receive on-court coaching during team matchplay. After the daily lunch breaks, small group talks will offer motivation and education about college tennis preparation and the college tennis recruiting process.

“For any player looking to play college tennis, Coach Ed Krass’ College Tennis Exposure Camps provide the perfect experience. The training and information these players obtain at the camp will absolutely help them navigate the college search process,” said Rebecca Helt, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach at Bloomsburg University.

For more information about the College Tennis Exposure Camp, call (813) 684-9031, or visit the web site:


Source/Photos: College Tennis Exposure Camp

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