Camp Check-In: 4:30 - 5:30 pm
Check-Out: 12:30 -1:00 pm
• Arthur Gaskin (Irish #1 & Nicol Squash Club Head Pro)
• Stuart le Gassick (Brown University Squash Director)
• Adrian Leanza (Brown Assistant Coach & current PSA player)
• Current college players
The program is designed to challenge and teach junior players. The program will involve intense work on-court, off court physical training, daily matches and a camp tournament. Mornings are technical on-court work and off-court conditioning, while afternoons are all match play.
The squash & movement program is designed to cover all areas of the game. Each day has a different theme, and that theme is technically practiced, coached, applied in conditioned games, and then finally in match play. Mental development is blended into each squash session where players explore their own reactions to situations on the squash court and in life. Players get into the routine of sharing verbally and/or in their given notebook within a nurturing environment. Goal setting, closing the loop and personal reflection become habit by the end week!
There is a whole lot of fun to be had off-court as well including movies, soccer, ultimate frisbee, exploring Providence as a group! The campus of Brown has a wide range of activities we will enjoy.
This Camp is for players between the ages of 12-18 and is open to any and all competitors. Residential campers must be 14 years of age by the start of camp.
Siblings are eligible for a camp discount. If you plan on registering two or more siblings, please register at full price then email firstname.lastname@example.org to be issued a rebate of 20% of the registration cost for each camper.
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.