COVID-19 Information: Brown University continues to closely monitor and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic locally, nationally and around the world. After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to cancel all residential on-campus Pre-College Programs and in-person Sports Camps – both residential and day camps – for the second half of the summer. We encourage you to visit the Sports Camps COVID-19 web page for additional information.

Elite 48 Wrestling Showcase at Brown University

  • Camp Type: Residential camp (ages 14-18) with commuter option
  • Coach: Todd Beckerman, Matt Meuleners, Darrius Little, & Austin Miller
  • Residential Fee: $435.00 and will increase to $455.00 on July 2, 2020
  • Commuter Fee: $335.00 and will increase to $355.00 on July 2, 2020
  • Dates: July 24 - 26, 2020 (Friday - Sunday)
  • Eligibility: Coed, grades 7-12 as of September 2020. Residential Campers must be 14 - 18 years old by the start of camp.

This camp is not scheduled to run this summer.

Check In Day 1: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Check Out 11:00am

Camp Philosophy: The Elite 48 Wrestling Showcase is a 3 day camp designed for serious wrestlers interested in gaining collegiate exposure and learning technique from current Brown Wrestling staff and student-athletes. Additionally, coaching staff from other area colleges and universities will be attending, giving prospective high school wrestlers the opportunity to be noticed by coaches from across all division levels.

The camp is also an opportunity for wrestlers to both showcase and build their skills through technical development, hard drilling, conditioning, and live wrestling. Take advantage of this opportunity to display your wrestling skills and learn more about what it takes to be a college wrestler!

• Experience Division I specialized and physically-demanding training
• Enhance skills in front of college coaches
• Attend individual or small group technical sessions with current Brown University coaches and camp staff
• College Admission Education Session
• Learn what is required to meet the general NCAA core course requirements

Camp Format: Each session will last approximately two hours with practices devoted toward technique, drilling, and live wrestling. Camp training will be formatted in various ways throughout the camp with complete information provided.

Dining: Meals are served in the Brown University dining hall prior to each session. We offer an “all you can eat” menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner for residents. Commuters will receive lunch and dinner throughout the camp.

Free Time & Information Sessions: Campers will have the opportunity to use the new indoor pool inside the Nelson Fitness Center, interact with campers, listen to college admission education session, and NCAA core course requirements session. The indoor pool will be used throughout the camp as a training and free time facility. Free swim times and more information will be available at registration.

What to bring:
• Workout gear, wrestling shoes, running shoes headgear (optional), knee-pads (optional), & mouthpiece (optional)
• Casual clothes (to wear outside camp sessions)
• Towel, swim suit, flip flops (optional)
• Blanket and sheets or sleeping bag
• Room fan
• Spending money for snacks and camp gear
*T-Shirt included for all participants. Brown wrestling apparel will also be available to purchase throughout the camp.

Daily Schedule (subject to change)
Day 1
1:00 pm • Registration / Check In
2:30 pm • Technique & Drilling Session I
4:00 pm • Pool & Free Time*
5:00 pm • Dinner: All-You-Can-Eat
6:30 pm • Drilling & Live Wrestling Session II
8:30 pm • Commuter Pick Up
9:00 pm • Admissions Q & A and Initial Eligibility Presentation
9:30 pm • Free Time & Camp Store Open: Pizza, Drinks, and Brown Wrestling Gear
11:00 pm • Lights Out In Residence Halls

Day 2
6:15 am • Wake-Up
6:30 am • Morning Run
7:30 am • Breakfast: All-You-Can-Eat
8:30 AM • Commuter Arrival (All days except check in day)
9:00 am • Technique & Drilling Session III
12:00 pm • Lunch: All-You-Can-Eat
1:30 pm • Drilling & Live Session IV
4:00 pm • Pool & Free Time*
5:00 pm • Dinner: All-You-Can-Eat
6:30 pm • Live Wrestling Session V
8:30 pm • Commuter Pick Up
9:00 pm • College Admission Education Session
9:30 pm • Free Time & Camp Store Open: Pizza, Drinks, and Brown Wrestling Gear
11:00 pm • Lights Out In Residence Halls

Day 3
6:15 am • Wake-Up
6:30 am • Morning Run
7:30 am • Breakfast: All-You-Can-Eat
8:30 AM • Commuter Arrival (All days except check in day)
9:00 am • Technique, Drilling & Live Session VI
11:00 am • Check Out

*Pool times may vary throughout the camp
Please come to camp in shape and prepared to train!
*Those campers interested in a less physically demanding camp with more skill development should attend Brown Wrestling’s Technique, or Team Camp.*

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Discounts:
Children of Brown University Employees & Military Discounts: Please email [email protected] with the full name of the Brown employee or proof of service to receive a promo code for $25 off your camp registration at the time of purchase.
Siblings & Group Discounts: If you plan on registering two or more siblings or a team of 8 or more, please register at full price then email [email protected] to be issued a rebate of $25 for each camper.
Only one discount per camper may be applied.

Important Health Advisory

Due to recent outbreaks of measles, in consultation with Brown University’s Health Services and General Counsel’s Office, Pre-College Programs and Sports Camps are prohibiting any student or athlete from attending these programs if they have not completed the measles vaccinations.

This decision was made because of the structure of the summer programs: measles is a highly infectious disease that can incubate for two weeks before any symptoms appear. Given that many of our students and athletes are present on campus from anywhere from 1 day to 3 weeks, and then depart, the opportunities for this disease to be spread within and beyond our community is significant enough to warrant this kind of decision.


Brown University Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants that meet the listed eligibility requirements for each camp.