The Women’s Hockey Showcase at Brown welcomes you to campus for our Elite Girl's Camp. The goal of the camp is to expose players to on-ice and off-ice drills run exclusively by the Brown Women’s Hockey Coaching Staff. Participants will get the chance to experience the competitiveness and intensity level of a Division 1 program, while learning specific skills to be a better player that can be transitioned beyond our 3 day camp. Each day, players will be paired against different teams for practices and games to challenge themselves, but also have the ability to meet new faces.
When your group is not scheduled for on-ice, the off-ice groups in the morning will be pushed towards their physical limits with different agility/plyometric exercises. In the afternoon, we will discuss what it takes to be at your optimal level of play (including, but not limited to, nutrition, visualization, and good ol’ fashioned chalk talks).
FACILITY: The camp takes place at Meehan Auditorium on the beautiful Brown University campus, home to the Division 1 Brown Bears.
8:00 am Registration
9:00-10:30 am Teams 1 & 2 On-Ice Skills, Teams 3 & 4 Off-Ice Dryland
10:45-12:15 pm Teams 3 & 4 On-Ice Skills, Teams 1 & 2 Off-Ice Dryland
12:15-1:00 pm Lunch on own
1:15-2:30 pm Game 1 v 2, Group 3 & 4 Off-Ice Activity
2:45-4:00 pm Game 3 v 4, Group 1 & 2 Off-Ice Activity
9:00-10:30 am Group 2 & 4 On-Ice Skills, Group 1 & 3 Off-Ice Dryland
10:45-12:15 pm Groups 1 & 3 On-Ice Skills, Group 2 & 4 Off-Ice Dryland
12:15-1:00pm Lunch on own
1:15-2:30 pm Game 2 v 4, Group 1 & 3 Off-Ice Activity
2:45-4:00 pm Game 1 v 3, Group 2 & 4 Off-Ice Activity
9:00-10:15 am Game 2 v 3
10:30-11:45 am Game 1 v 4
DISCOUNTS: Early registration price is $550.00 and will increase to $575.00 on April 6, 2020.
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 age requirements for each camp.